The Arasys was invented and built in 1994 in London University by Gerry Pollock, the co-inventor of the first pacemaker, and Donald Gilbert, a cellular biochemist. It was originally intended for the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis and Muscle Atrophy. The Arasys was redesigned in 2004 after the cosmetic benefits of high-speed muscle building, inch loss, visceral fat reduction, and dramatic effects in tightening abdominal muscles after pregnancy were discovered and documented. The Arasys Genius is the latest technology.
Utilizing the same technology, the Perfector was developed in 2002. The Perfector was designed to provide a solution for reversing signs of aging.
The Arasys Genius is approved by the FDA as a Class II medical device and the Perfector is approved as a Class I Medical Device, which is the very safest classification. The Arasys Genius and Perfector cannot be used on persons with a pacemaker or epilepsy.