The SIS Machines Project is the unique ‘export’ of a highly specialized, and ongoing, clinical research program, conducted at the only Electromedicine Clinic & Research Lab in Australasia.
The advanced electromedical devices for fulfilling the global medical needs of infection treatments without drugs and harmful side effects, and individualized bioelectric wound healing stimulation, did not exist. So we invented and developed them.
The SIS Machines Project has combined nearly 10 years of independent research and development of low intensity direct current silver iontophoresis, and other nano- to micro-current therapeutic electromedical applications, with extensive data from internationally published medical-scientific research spanning several decades.
In 2017 and early 2018, we added a next generation electrical stimulation device for pain and injury healing treatments, and the world's first low voltage transcranial neuromodulation stimulator.
The SIS equipment is in regular use at the Electromedicine Clinic. Uniquely in the worldwide supply of electrotherapy devices, the information and support that we provide to end-users of the SIS machines, is backed by this real-world, ongoing clinical expertise and experience.
Our mission is to provide highly effective electromedical (electrotherapy) stimulator and electrode systems, for general and widest possible accessibility and benefit. We supply advanced electromedical equipment that is fast and easy to apply, directly to individuals for use at home without any necessary medical expertise, and to healthcare professionals and organizations.
Richard Malter - Co-inventor and Technical Advisor, SIS Machines Project. Clinical and Research Director, Electromedicine & Research Lab, Frankston, Australia. Senior Research Scientist (honorary), Research Institute of Global Physiology, Behavior & Treatment (USA). New York State Boards for Medicine and Dentistry Continuing Medical Education, International College of Acupuncture & Electro-Therapeutics (USA). Memberships: Bioelectromagnetics Society, Australian Traditional Medicine Society.
Jacob Hartland BE (Electrical & Electronic) Hons - SIS Machines Project electronics and software engineer. Applications Engineer, Elemental Electronics, Melbourne, Australia.
Phillip Shinnick PhD, MPA, LAc, FICAE - Bioelectromagnetics and Electromedical Clinical Advisor. Director, Research Institute of Global Physiology, Behavior and Treatment, Inc. Former Assistant Clinical Professor New York Medical College. Former Assistant Professor, Rutgers University. Associate Editor, Journal of the Science of Healing Outcomes. Ambassador of UNESCO for Sport and Peace. Chairman of Athletes United for Peace.
James Woessner MD, PhD - Senior Medical Advisor and co-inventor, SIS Machines Project. Training: Physiatry, Neurology, Internal Medicine. Electrodiagnostics and treatments: Pioneered several electromedical techniques; electroceuticals. Past Memberships: Clinical Electromedical Research Academy (Fellow and Board Certified Diplomate); American Academy of Pain Management (Member & Speaker); American Board of Independent Medical Examiners (Certified Member); American Board in Forensic Medicine (Board Certified Diplomate); Institute of Functional Medicine; American Academy of Orthopedic Medicine (Member); International Association for the Study of Pain (Member).