SOC questionnaire


The SOC questionnaire is done for educational and not medical purposes. It is used to raise client awareness and acquire an understanding of any areas of stress. When the SOC information is entered, the PULSAR program can now individuate to the specifics of the client. This ensures that the program will be more specific to the client as opposed to running generically. Certain answers may prompt other buttons to appear. Filling in the SOC will also provide an important opportunity to dialogue, educate and develop a rapport with the client.  Here we are building a relationship with the client.

In further training, you will learn more about the details of filling in SOC details.

For our purposes, fill in the SOC details as the client answers you accordingly.

  • Click the big Close button

If a pop-up box displays a Biorhythm Concern for Today

Click No

Note: See Chapter 7 to learn how to return to a client you have previously entered in your Data List or how to modify a client’s demographic information

Patient data is automatically saved when closing.

NOTE:  The importance of filling in the data entry of the SOC, is for the device to operate at its full capacity.  Entering SOC data is required by the system, as the entered values of each factor listed can affect results. High or low entries depending on the factor, which turns red, alert the system’s power settings and safety features. The fields pictured in white do not affect the system.

The system calculates and takes note of the numeric entries entered to alert the system accordingly or to compensate for the factors. For example, the number of injuries a client or patient lists may require an adjustment to the level of resistance energy the system uses in order to ensure both safety and efficiency.  Another example such as the number of glasses of water, if left blank, the system will artificially lower the general resonant frequency setting for the client for reasons of safety and optimal results will be reduced.

This panel is also an opportunity for the client or patient to be educated about lifestyle factors that are the client’s responsibility to remain aware of and maintain for optimal results. 

Hovering over the data entry fields reveals hints:

Number of organs removed Don’t forget tonsils, adenoids, appendix, uterus or ovaries, and one kidney. Only the majority of teeth removed would count as an organ removed.
Number of synthetic drugs Count all taken, even OTC which stands for “over the counter” medications. Some medications can suppress symptoms and might reduce biofeedback reactivity strength to significant items, such as pain signatures.  Users who are unlicensed in medicine seeking certification with a scope of stress management, however, are prohibited from advising on medications.
Amount of times you smoke Use daily average over the last two months
Number of steroid-type drugs Count again if in the second category
Number of amalgam fillings Any metal fillings in teeth
Number of street drugs Total number of different types use double # if excessive
Number of all known allergies List of all major confirmed allergies
Number of unresolved mental factors Anger, greed, desire, sadness, resentment, and fear are examples
Amount of fat in the diet yields Most diets are 40%, and 20% is ideal. Note: this is one field that uses a scale of 1-10 to represent 10%-100%.  Therefore if the client in diet intake is 30%, you enter 3.
Personal Stress 0-10 Max is the number of most tolerated, higher is possible
Number of Sugar Products per day Men should not have over 3, women over 2
Number of cups of coffee per day Caffeine is in chocolate and other foods too
Number of extreme toxic exposures in the past year Count each chemotherapy and radiation treatment as well as any accidental exposures
Number of major injuries in the past year Count all emotional, physical, or other trauma
Number of major infections Count all major health-threatening infections
Number of glasses of water per day Does not reveal a hint
Number of kilos overweight Window to Patients self-view is designed for patients to answer

For more specific concerns you may click on More Input or Add More Data. Please note that the input in these panels is not saved from session to session.