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Thursday, September 7, 2017

PEMF | What is PEMF? | How does PEMF Work? | Understanding PEMF | What is a PEMF Device? What can PEMF do for me?

What is PEMF? | How does PEMF Work? | Understanding PEMF | What is a PEMF Device? What can PEMF do for me?

Simple! Having healthy cells is not a passive process. Active, regular tuning-up of our cells is not only feasible, but also necessary to slow aging and reduce the risk of cell dysfunction. We are, after all, only as healthy as our cells. Imperceptible cell dysfunction that is not corrected early can lead to disease. Fine-tuning can be done daily in only minutes, using pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMFs). In addition, when there is a known imbalance (when symptoms are present) or there is a known disease or condition, PEMF treatments, used either alone or along with other therapies, can often help cells rebalance dysfunction faster.


What is a PEMF Device?

A PEMF device is an electrical device that produces a healthy Pulsed Electromagnetic Field energy that is simply and naturally introduced to the body. Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy re-energizes damaged cells by inducing electrical changes within the cell that restore it to its normal healthy state.  Because of this, cellular metabolism is boosted, blood cells are regenerated, circulation is improved and oxygen carrying capacity is increased. Ultimately, the immune system becomes healthier, the nervous system relaxes, bones and joints become stronger and vital organs such as the liver, kidneys and colon are able to rid themselves of impurities thus detoxifying the body.  Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy can reduce pain and improve the quality of your life by allowing your body to function as it was designed to do.


PEMFs work to:

· Reduce pain, inflammation, the effects of stress on the body, and platelet adhesion.
· Improve energy, circulation, blood and tissue oxygenation, sleep quality, blood pressure and cholesterol levels, the uptake of nutrients, cellular detoxification and the ability to regenerate cells.
· Balance the immune system and stimulate RNA and DNA.
· Accelerate repair of bone and soft tissue.
· Relax muscles.

§ Improved micro-circulation

§ Increased supply of oxygen, ions, and nutrients to cells

§ Increased partial oxygen pressure

§ Increased ATP production by excitation of electrons

§ Stimulation of DNA and RNA production

§ Accelerated protein bio-synthesis by electron and energy transfer

§ Anti-oxidation regulation with increased circulation of available electrons

§ Increased calcium transport and absorption for stronger bones, joints, and muscles

§ Enhanced cellular tissue elasticity with increased collagen production

§ Stimulation of cellular repair mechanism

§ Accelerated detoxification of cells and organs

§ Decreased swelling, inflammation, and pain

§ Boosting of the immune system

§ Supporting the body’s internal self-regulating mechanisms by activating cellular and molecular processes.

§ Stimulates the release of endorphins

PEMFs have been used extensively for decades for many conditions and medical disciplines, and results can be seen in animals as well as humans. The National Institutes of Health have made PEMFs a priority for research. In fact, many PEMF devices have already been approved by the FDA, some specifically to fuse broken bones, wound healing, pain and tissue swelling, and treat depression. Most therapeutic PEMF devices are considered safe by various standards and organizations.

What are PEMFs and how do they work?

Science teaches us that everything is energy. Energy is always dynamic and, therefore, has a frequency; it changes by the second or minute, for example, at the very least.

All energy is electromagnetic in nature. All atoms, chemicals and cells produce electromagnetic fields (EMFs). Every organ in the body produces it own signature bio-electro-magnetic field. Science has proven that our bodies actually project their own magnetic fields and that all 70 trillion cells in the body communicate via electromagnetic frequencies. Nothing happens in the body without an electromagnetic exchange. When the electromagnetic activity of the body ceases, life ceases.

Physics, that is, electromagnetic energy, controls chemistry. This in turn controls tissue function. Disruption of electromagnetic energy in cells causes impaired cell metabolism, whatever the initial cause. This happens anywhere in the disease process.

PEMFs address impaired chemistry and thus the function of cells – which in turn, improves health. PEMFs deliver beneficial, health-enhancing EMFs and frequencies to the cells. Low frequency PEMFs of even the weakest strengths pass right through the body, penetrating every cell, tissue, organ and even bone without being absorbed or altered! As they pass through, they stimulate most of the electrical and chemical processes in the tissues. Therapeutic PEMFs are specifically designed to positively support cellular energy, resulting in better cellular health and function.

Devices that produce PEMFs vary by a number of important features: frequency, waveform, strength, and types of stimulators. Frequencies can be simple or complex; and high, medium or low. Intensity can also be high, medium or low.

No “one-size” treatment fits all situations. Most PEMF devices help to varying degrees depending on the problem or condition, but selecting the wrong device may produce unsatisfactory results. Since the body is complex, PEMFs are ideal devices to be able get good results without needing a myriad of different treatments.


Aren’t some EMFs bad for you?

They can be. Evidence is mounting that a new form of pollution called “Electrosmog” is a very real threat because it is disruptive to cell metabolism. Manmade, unnatural EMFs come from electrical wiring and equipment, for example, power lines, communications towers, computers, TVs, cell phones – everything from the wiring in our homes to fluorescent lighting to microwave ovens, hair dryers, clock radios, electric blankets and more.
Electrosmog EMFs are not designed with the body in mind. They can be a strong inducer of stress in the body and, therefore, drain our energy. Electrosmog includes “dirty” electricity, ground currents, microwaves and radio waves. Microwaves are not only from leaky microwave ovens, but also from cell towers, cell phones and wireless equipment.

Electrosmog is all around us and can only be partially blocked. One of the best solutions is to take measures to decrease your exposure. With therapeutic PEMFs, one can purposely add beneficial balancing frequencies to the body to decrease the burden of the negative effects of electrosmog.

PEMFs and Magnets: What’s the difference?

PEMFs are frequency-based, applied to either the whole body or parts of the body.  PEMFs may only be needed for short periods of time, while the effects last for many hours, setting in motion cellular and whole-body changes to restore and maintain balance in metabolism and health. The body does not acclimate, or “get used to,” the healthy energy signals of therapeutic PEMFs, even if used for a long time, compared to magnets.

Stationary (or “static”), non-varying, magnetic fields from magnets have fixed strengths. They are used in mattresses, bracelets, knee wraps and the like. Most have very shallow penetration into the body, resulting in a very limited ability to affect deeper tissues, and they rarely treat all the cells of the body simultaneously. Only skilled practitioners may guide you to get the best results from these approaches.

Experience with PEMFs

There are quite a number of PEMF systems available now in the US, for daily in-home use, that can help meet your unique needs. Some are FDA-approved and many more are available over-the counter or from various experienced practitioners. Some whole-body systems have been available in the US for over a decade and have been used in Europe by tens of thousands of people for a wide variety of problems without significant negative effects for over 20 years. One PEMF system has been studied through NIH-supported research at the University of Virginia for Rheumatoid Arthritis. These whole body systems have been used worldwide, not only by health-conscious individuals for health improvement and maintenance, but also by world-class and Olympic athletes for increased endurance, enhanced performance, and faster recovery.

What kind of doctor can help me with PEMFs?

Unfortunately, very few conventional, and even alternative or holistic, doctors know about these devices or this technological area. This is not a subject of mandatory education for doctors. Doctors often learn about these new technologies long after the public does, as has been seen with acupuncture. The process of educating doctors and other non-medical practitioners is growing all the time but will take years. Be patient and look for practitioners who have expertise in the area of PEMF therapies.

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Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Cellular exercise in the form of PEMF will assist the body heal itself and create wellness. PEMF is short for pulsed electromagnetic fields.

Cellular exercise in the form of PEMF will assist the body heal itself and create wellness. PEMF is the acronym for pulsed electromagnetic fields.

For a few years now, I have been researching PEMF and how to incorporate it into my natural healing practice. With the myriad of different systems available, I wanted to ensure I chose a PEMF system that was robust, effective and made in the United States. After reviewing a few systems, I decided to use one that several of my colleagues found very effective and that stood the test of time in regards to durability and one that effectively improved my patients' healing ability. In my office, patients who have chronic knee pain, chronic shoulder pain/"frozen shoulder, neuropathy, fibromyalgia, Parkinson's disease, and a host of other chronic and acute health challenges are benefitting from cellular exercise using our PEMF8000.

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"If you have ever held two magnets in your hands, tried to force them together, and felt a resistance between them, then you have experienced a magnetic field. The Earth has its own magnetic field, produced by fluxes in the molten metal in the core of the planet. The presence of this field is what causes a compass to rotate so that the ‘north pole’ of the compass points roughly north. A changing magnetic field (such as a magnetic field moving through a coil) generates an electric field (which would drive a current in the coil). This forms the basis for many electrical generators and motors. Similar to the way that a changing magnetic field can generate an electric field, a changing electric field generates a magnetic field. This is a natural activity of the universe. An electromagnetic field is a physical field produced by moving electrical charges. It affects the behavior of any other charged objects in the vicinity of the field.

PEMF stands for Pulsed ElectroMagnetic Fields, which are widely used these days to improve circulation and cell metabolism. The body can become accustomed to nonmoving (or static) magnetic fields, which are generally unable to deeply penetrate the body. A pulsed electromagnetic field, however, is quite dynamic, is able to penetrate all the way through the body, and creates a cascade of effects within the body.

It is important to distinguish between the electromagnetic fields we use for therapeutic purposes and other man-made electromagnetic fields from power lines, microwave ovens, cell phones, etc., which can cause damage to our bodies. The PEMF devices we recommend all produce safe, natural electromagnetic fields which are of lower frequency, and are complementary to the chemistry and functions of the body."


"You have over 75 Trillion cells in your body. Cells are the basic building blocks of all living things. They provide structure for the body ,take in nutrients from food, convert those nutrients into energy, and carry out specialized functions.

Cellular exercise increases cellular membrane permeability. This allows better circulation of oxygen and nutrients into your cells. Additionally, PEMF helps eliminate carbon dioxide and waste products out of the cells. To understand the difference between a healthy and an unhealthy cell think of a fresh picked grape and a raisin.


The grape is full of life and energy, while the raisin is drained of its essence. Healthy cells have the energy to maintain proper electrical balance. This balance allows cells to repair and regenerate, keeping the right amount of water and nutrients flowing into and out of the cell.

The raisin, or unhealthy cell, lacks a proper electrical charge, interfering with the repair cycle and the essential flow of water and nutrients. Without these key elements, cell health and overall health suffers.


  1. Exercise
  2. Raw Food
  3. Spring Water
  4. Magnetic Fields

The first three options are slow-acting. Now, you can quickly bring cells back into electrical balance with Pulsed Magnetic Cellular Exercise (PMCE). Each cell then has the energy to work as the body intended – to repair and regenerate, increasing nutrient circulation and oxygen flow.


Everything that goes on inside your body and every interaction you have with the outside world is controlled by your brain. Humans have 100 billion neurons {brain cells)that depend on oxygen.

The brain requires a great deal of oxygen to function. PEMF can increase your cellular level of oxygen absorption.


Healthy bones, muscles and organs are essential to enjoying everyday living. One of the effects of stress is a general increase in tension within the skeletal muscles. Unnecessary stress induced muscle tension causes lack of energy and makes us susceptible to illness. PEMF may assist in reducing pain and inflammation, the stimulation of tissue healing, and the strengthening of bones.




  • PEMF changes your energy at the cellular level. Remember you are made of over 75 trillion cells in your body. Cells are the basic building blocks of all living things. PEMF affects the capacitance of all the cells it contacts, improving their ability to hold a charge. Capacitance is the ability of a cell to store an electrical charge. Recharging the cells accelerates the body's natural healing ability.
  • PEMF directly affect the systems responsible for healing the body. No healing, repair or growth takes place in the body without the signals, or electrical impulses, sent by the central and peripheral nervous systems. PEMF directly impacts the nervous system.
  • PEMF stimulates GABA (an inhibitory neurotransmitter that calms and relaxes nerve impulses). GABA is a neurotransmitter, which is a chemical used by our nervous system to conduct appropriate nerve impulses. GABA is responsible for calming the nervous system by improving the ability to turn off the sympathetic nervous system (the fight or flight portion of our autonomic or automatic adapting nervous system) and turn on the parasympathetic nervous system (the rest and digest portion of our autonomic nervous system). PEMF has also been found to induce GABA in certain parts of the brain. When the body relaxes, the parasympathetic nervous system takes control and the body can start or continue its natural healing process.
  • PEMF improves sleep and promotes relaxation. According to the National Sleep Foundation, 48 percent orAmericans complain of occasional insomnia. PEMF increases GABA levels and counteracts the sympathetic nervous system response in the body. These actions help promote better sleep and reduce stress.
  • "Increased Circulation. One of the most basic functions magnetic fields have in the body is to increase circulation. When a cell (such as a red blood cell) is injured or ill, it does not hold its ideal charge. This causes red cells to “stick” together, making circulation slow. When a magnetic field passes through the red cell, the membrane becomes properly charged, allowing the cell to repel itself and keep itself separate from other red cells, thereby increasing circulation. In addition, PEMFs increase various chemicals in the blood vessel walls that cause the blood vessels to dilate, improving the amount of blood flowing through the vessels and therefore increasing the amount of oxygen delivered to the tissues.

Poor circulation makes tissues unhealthy and prone to disease and breakdown. Improved circulation helps tissues get the nutrition and oxygen they need, while expelling the waste they produce. Good circulation helps with tissue healing and regeneration. The result of improved circulation is the reduction of swelling and the removal of bruising.

  • Enhanced Muscle Function. Muscle energy, needed for muscles to work, is developed through a process called Myosin Phosphorylation. Myosin is muscle, and phosphorylation is energy (ATP) production. Optimal energy allows muscles to work harder and longer, and recover more quickly from their work. Muscles that are contracted or in spasm are better able to relax, decreasing tension and reducing the pain caused by spasm.
  • Decreased Inflammation. Inflammation is a cascade of physiologic processes initiated by the body to repair cellular damage in tissues by increasing the blood flow to the damaged area and increasing the number of good inflammatory cells. The process of inflammation is generated and supported by the interaction of a number of immune cell types, with other cell types (like T cells) playing a regulatory role in the cascade effect. Inflammation is a necessary and beneficial process, but it often persists longer than necessary, resulting in chronic inflammation. Chronic inflammation is frequently a cause of chronic pain. PEMFs have been found to reduce chronic, damaging inflammation. Inflammation can be initiated by many causes, and knowing the nature of the cause is important in designing therapeutic approaches.

T cells are a major regulator of the inflammatory cascade. In bacterial infections, early infiltration of the affected tissues by white blood cells is followed by the arrival of T cells, which kill bacteria. In this circumstance, elimination of T cells can delay or stop healing. Conversely, in trauma-induced injury, T cells are less important to the healing process, and may be harmful if present for too long. In this case, elimination of T cells can minimize the unwanted effects of inflammation, accelerate healing, and reduce the risk of chronic inflammatory diseases. In chronic inflammatory diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, or tendinitis, T cells support the persistence of the disease state, and removing them would be favorable.

Research shows us that PEMFs can induce the appropriate death of aged, chronic T lymphocytes, by actions on T cell membranes and key enzymes in cells. For example, PEMFs affect ion flow through specific cell membrane channels (like those for sodium, potassium, and calcium), which positively affect these enzymes.

  • Stress Reduction. Stress is part of being human. Normal stress, called eustress, is necessary for survival. Too much stress is very harmful to the body, and accelerates aging. Stress is responsible for at least 65% of our illnesses, so stress reduction is necessary for all of us. Stress-reducing activities, performed on an occasional basis, will allow too much stress-related damage to accumulate over time. Therefore, stress reduction must be a daily activity. Magnetic fields have many stress-reducing effects. Daily use of PEMFs help to wash away the negative effect natural stresses have on our bodies.
  • Bone Healing. Magnetic fields pass through the body – even the bones – as if the body wasn’t even there. PEMFs work to repair bones, whether they are damaged by surgery, injury, or disease, and have been found to improve bone regeneration such as occurs with osteoporosis and osteopenia, among other bone destroying conditions.
  • Blood Oxygenation. Just as a fire cannot burn without oxygen, our cells cannot produce heat and energy without oxygen. Our lungs extract oxygen from the air we breathe. It passes into our blood and is carried by arteries away from the heart and delivered to the rest of the body, including all the organs. PEMFs help with the process of extracting oxygen out of the air we breathe and help it to be transported into the circulation. The absorbed oxygen is then transported through the body to all the cells, where it is absorbed into the individual cells. In the cells, enzymes and other basic cell energy production processes use the oxygen for cell metabolism, the energy necessary to function properly. The metabolism of an organism determines which substances it will find nutritious and which it will find harmful. Proper blood-oxygen levels at the cell level (not just in the blood) allow this process to continue quickly and efficiently. After the oxygen exchange takes place, veins carry deoxygenated blood and metabolic waste products away from those same cells and back to the heart for recycling again.

The purpose of this document is to provide a basic understanding of how magnetic fields, especially PEMFs, work in the body. Recently an in-depth interview on the topic of PEMF was conducted and you can watch it here:


  • reducing muscle tension
  • improving tissue healing
  • reducing pain
  • increasing energy
  • improving clotting factors
  • slowing the development of arthritis
  • stimulating the immune system
  • helping the body to detoxify
  • improving the uptake of nutrients
  • reducing blood pressure
  • helping nerve function
  • helping liver function
  • balancing the acupuncture meridians
  • improving sleep
  • making soft tissue more flexible
  • reducing arthritic changes" [1]

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Where to buy the most effective PEMF devices?

Where to buy the most effective PEMF devices? Most Affordable?




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  • Best PEMF devices increase oxygenation
  • Best PEMF devices enhance circulation
  • Best PEMF devices facilitate detoxification
  • Best PEMF devices help cells absorb nutrients better
  • Best PEMF devices heal fractures and strengthening bones faster
  • Best PEMF devices improve cell metabolism
  • Best PEMF devices stimulate tissue healing
  • Best PEMF devices reduce muscle loss after surgery

The Best PEMF Devices Are Treating Pain & Other Ailments

PEMF could be the key to healing the widest reaching incurable health problem in the U.S. This health problem is chronic pain due to illness, injury, surgery and old age. Doctors using the best PEMF devices are treating pain and other ailments with success. Veterinarians, Chiropractors and Physicians all use the best PEMF devices from PEMF8000. Clinical evidence shows that the best PEMF devices reduce pain regardless of its origin.

The best PEMF devices have been in use for decades.

PEMF therapy was well established by the mid-1900’s. The first commercially produced high power PEMF devices entered the market around 1975. The best PEMF devices have been accepted in many countries around the world. NASA has done research on the benefits of PEMF.

Best PEMF Devices act as a Whole Body Battery Re-Charger

The best PEMF devices have been found to improve conditions in many concurrent ways including mechanical, chemical, electrical and magnetic processes within the cells of the body. The best PEMF devices work at a cellular level re-charging the body. PEMF8000 best PEMF devices will help “jump start” the healing process and help your body to be in balance. Cells communicate via electromagnetic frequencies. The best PEMF devices help these electromagnetic exchanges to happen. When using the best PEMF devices, energy levels increase in all cells of the body. This helps to rebalance and restore optimum cell function. These best PEMF devices promote and maintain general cellular health and function. The best PEMF devices enable your body to heal itself.
PEMF8000 With superior engineering comes superior performance. The redesigned PEMF8000 offers unrivaled speed of induction, which translates into a more dynamic treatment experience. Tissues respond rapidly, aches and pains are alleviated and cellular energy is returned.
PEMF WELLNESS TECHNOLOGY LLC was founded in 2012. We are a family-owned and operated manufacturing company that is inspired from a passion for high technology and meaningful service to others. PEMF 8000 creator has over 20 years of experience with Tesla Technology and diligently engineered the PEMF8000 Device for quality and 20th Century State-of-the-art Science!
We research, develop & manufacture game-changing technologies for patients who have few treatment options they can count on.
You can find our devices in the homes of out-patients and in the offices of chiropractors, therapists, caregivers, and veterinarians in all four corners of the globe.
Because the results we achieve with our device are unmatched, we define the cutting-edge in the PEMF industry.
I expect this information will help you to better understand the un-answered questions you may have about PEMF!

I look forward to speaking with you anytime so kindly call anytime that is convenient for you! My goal is to assist you, and loved ones reach a new pinnacle of health and wellness. Please, take your time with this information, science, and video education and kindly get back to me anytime with any questions or concerns,

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Improve Your Health and Wellness with Magnetic Pulse Therapy

You can make your muscle groups work with magnetic pulse therapy without putting a lot of efforts within. This therapy excites the muscle mass to contract and flake out for several times in a minute. Hence they enhance energy and get healthier. Along with working up your tissue muscles, this therapy also provides other health benefits like reducing pain. Therefore, this is a great alternative to various medicines and it really works. Magnetic pulse therapy is yet a new type of medicinal therapy that is proven to work really very well. There are several people who try it to enjoy several health benefits.
If you choose to purchase a Pulsed Electromagnetic therapy device , you should consider this new amazing technology because it can help many body systems to be active and healthy once again.
This therapy device, directs the waves of electromagnetic energy and pulses around your body. Electromagnetic therapy apparatus has several variations and everyone have their own pros and cons. Before you buy an apparatus, make sure to consider the options available for your health.
There are several apparatuses readily available in the market for magnetic pulse therapy. Make sure to know a lot about them before buying. To make this therapy work, several technologies have been used. All of these apparatuses have their own benefits and cons and it is important to know both sides. Ask few questions about the machines before you make a hectic investment. Know the science behind magnetic pulse therapy so that you will be confident while buying the machine of electromagnetic therapy. You may also be able to buy the product you desire which can help you fulfill your diverse needs.
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Sunday, April 2, 2017

What are the best PEMF machines? And where to find them?

What are the best PEMF machines? And where to find them these devices?

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PEMF8000 has been working with PEMF Therapy equipment for 5 years, we are family owned and operated. All of our products are made in the United States and are third party safety tested for safe and secure operation. We have also conducted third party studies with our actual devices that have been published in medical journals.

We understand that painful conditions caused by accidents, arthritis, or disease can be very frustrating. Obtaining relief from these conditions with prescriptions and over-the-counter painkillers is also frustrating because of the potential effects on the body and possible side effects.

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PEMF8000 With superior engineering comes superior performance. The redesigned PEMF8000 offers unrivaled speed of induction, which translates into a more dynamic treatment experience. Tissues respond rapidly, aches and pains are alleviated, and cellular energy.

PEMF WELLNESS TECHNOLOGY LLC was founded in 2012. We are a family-owned and operated manufacturing company that is inspired from a passion for high technology and meaningful service to others. PEMF 8000 creator has over 20 years of experience with Tesla Technology and diligently engineered the PEMF8000 Device for quality and 20th Century State-of-the-art Science!

We research, develop & manufacture game-changing technologies for patients who have few treatment options they can count on.

You can find our devices in the homes of out-patients and in the offices of chiropractors, therapists, caregivers, and veterinarians in all four corners of the globe.

Because the results we achieve with our device are unmatched, we define the cutting-edge in the PEMF industry.

Saturday, March 18, 2017

PEMF Intensity | PEMF FAKE NEWS | PEMF TRUTH! High Intensity PEMF High Intensity is Real!



The intensity of pulsing magnetic fields, generated by PEMF devices, is one of the most crucial specifications in order to obtain successful effective results. 

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This article clearly proves that the effects of High Intensity PEMF devices are indeed much more effective than the FAKE NEWS Cheap Made LOW INTENSITY DEVICES!

Magnetic field intensity or magnetic field strength is defined in Tesla (symbol T) and named after the scientist Nikola Tesla. It is also known as "magnetic flux density" or "magnetic induction". Magnetic field strength was formerly expressed in Gauss (symbol G) as well, a number 10.000 times larger than Tesla. 

Since intensity is very relevant for pulsed electromagnetic field therapy devices, and because micro Tesla and milli Tesla are very often confused (milli is a factor 1000 x larger than micro), hereunder is a table showing the differences between these values. Some manufacturers write mTesla in order to confuse costumers, but the correct scientific way of using these symbols is mT for milli Tesla and μT for micro Tesla



Field strength in Tesla

Formerly in Gauss






milli Tesla




micro Tesla




nano Tesla



pico Tesla

PEMF therapy can only be effective if the field strength of the pulsing electromagnetic signal is sufficiently powerful to penetrate deep enough inside the cells and bones to cause the desired effect. Thus the applied energy levels must be sufficiently high, or else only a minimal and superficial effect will occur.

Piezo-electric effect in bones PEMF8000

PEMF Piezo-electric effect in bones

In 1956 two Japanese scientists discovered the so called piezo-electric effect of bones. By mechanically bending a bone and measuring an electrical voltage between two electrodes attached over the bone, they proved that electrical properties exist inside bones. 

An example of the piezo electric effect is your own alarm clock. Your clock contains a piezo crystal with an electrical connection at both sides. When your clock reaches the preset wake-up time, an oscillating electrical voltage is applied to the crystal causing small mechanical movements, resulting in the sound you hear.

When a pulsing magnetic field penetrates into a bone the opposite effect takes place. The pulsing magnetic effects cause tiny mechanical movements, resulting in small electrical currents inside the bones and cells. These micro currents are responsible for the beneficial effects occurring inside the body, and if the intensities of the pulsing magnetic fields are too low to sufficiently penetrate deep inside the body, no effect will take place!

The only way of proving if the field completely penetrates the body is to check if it is still possible to detect a pulsing magnetic field at the opposite side of the body. E.g. if the field is applied at the back it must be possible to show its existence still at the chest, otherwise it can never penetrate deep enough into the body! 

The human body is unable to feel the magnetic pulses themselves but only the effects they cause. You can, however, easily detect a sufficiently strong pulsed magnetic field by holding a static magnet in your hand above the applicator containing the coils. You can now clearly feel the pulses in your hand with exactly the same pulse repetition rate (frequency) generated by the device. This effect happens because the pulsing magnetic fields distort the static magnetic field of the magnet, resulting in the pulsing movements you can easily feel in your hand.

Why do some companies talk about the intensity of the earth magnetic field? Nonsense!

Claiming that weak natural magnetic fields work better than stronger fields is not only pure scientific nonsense but also clearly misleading.


Geomagnetic field

Here is the proof:

The geomagnetic field strength varies over the surface of the earth. The intensity of the magnetic field over South America has a minimum strength of 22 micro Tesla and reaches a maximum of 67 micro Tesla over the south of Australia. How will a device generating only 70 micro Tesla perform according the claims of such manufacturers??? Your guess is as good as ours!

Attempts are made to scare potential customers by misquoting the World Health Organization that indicates magnetic field strengths for continuous magnetic fields, e.g. radiated by power lines. People making this claim clearly have no clue about the differences between a continuous magnetic field and a pulsed electromagnetic field, the words ‘magnetic field’ being the only thing they have in common!

A micro Tesla device has the same intensity as an air-conditioner, fridge, mixer etc. and offers no more than a placebo effect.

PEMFT devices which are only able to generate low intensity fields (in the micro Tesla range) require very sensitive electronic magnetic field detectors in order to show that some magnetic field is actually generated at all, for this field cannot be detected otherwise. These magnetic field strengths are unable to penetrate into the body more than an inch as will become clear by reading the following explanation. 

The pulsing magnetic intensity decreases quickly with distance, according to the so-called "Inverse Square Law". If you move away from the pad, the actual magnetic field intensity drops by the square of the distance. 

This means that while you have certain field strength directly at the surface of the pad (red in the picture to the left), the magnetic field strength drops fast as you move away from it. If the separation distance increases by a factor of 2, the field strength decreases by a factor of 4. If the separation distance increases by a factor of 3, the field strength decreases by a factor of 9. If the separation distance increases by a factor of 4 the field strength decreases by a factor of 16!

This becomes clear when we look at the illustration: All the energy passes through the lowest yellow area because it is close to the pad. When we double the distance away from the pad just 25% of the energy passes through a similar yellow area. Now double the distance again and see how little of the original energy passes through a similar yellow area at the top of the picture (around 11%).

Therefore it is crucial to have sufficient pulsed magnetic energy available from the start, or it will do nothing deep inside the body, an absolutely necessary factor for achieving successful PEMF applications!  

It is for this reason that all different PEMF8000 models manufactured by our company generate magnetic field strengths up to the milli Tesla range. This of course requires a much superior engineering design than required of PEMFT devices that are only able to generate low micro Tesla levels. 

This is not only what we believe in, but it is also confirmed by numerous customers in more than 70 countries around the world, who altogether underwent more than 1,000,000 therapy sessions with the PEMF8000 systems!

For the models controlled by our PC software the users can define the intensities for the field strengths themselves, even down into the micro Tesla range, in the rare case they may want to use it exclusively for very superficial therapy purposes.   

In order to be able to accurately measure the Tesla values of pulsing electromagnetic fields, very special measuring equipment is required. 

Hall Effect sensors are used, named after Edwin Hall, an American physicist, who invented the sensor. 


Hall sensor for PEMF measurements

PEMF8000 applies a laser calibrated linear Hall Effect sensor solid state spark box for this purpose in order to obtain reliable measurement values.

After amplification of the electrical voltage generated by the Hall sensor, the detected signals are visualized on an instrument called oscilloscope, showing the exact pulse forms, and the Tesla values are obtained.

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

APPLICATION FOR PEMF THERAPY Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy Applications!

Chiro Applications PEMF


· Expand Your Base of Repeat Customers. When people experience acute pain, it’s a no brainer to go visit their local chiropractor. But when people experience chronic pain, the solution isn’t so obvious. Typically these patients see multiple professionals before settling on surgery and medications better suited to acute conditions. With PEMF, you can go beyond typical acute adjustments and become an integrated pain management center for chronic patients who will gladly come back for therapy again and again.

· Go Above and Beyond in Service. Most any chiropractic office has a waiting room full of uncomfortable people hanging in there until their name is called. But yours doesn’t have to look like that. Bring a PEMF into the waiting room to offer your patients immediate pain relief. It is simple to train your assistants how to use it so your customers always have the best experience, even when your hands are full.

· Reduce Discomfort Before Adjustment. People who come to you are usually in pain, inflamed, and have limited range of motion on arrival. These can get in the way of giving your patient the most effective adjustment possible. Using PEMF can reduce their pain, inflammation, and increase range of motion in just minutes. By taking these obstacles off the board, PEMF can measurably improve the effectiveness of your adjustments for each patient and make them more comfortable at the same time.

· Give Immediate Results. PEMF is a treatment that patients can feel. And, it only takes minutes to see dramatic results. On a scale of 1 to 10, from least pain to most pain, patients who come to you at a 9 may leave at a 5 or lower just 10 minutes later. This device has a similar effect on inflammation and range of motion. But don’t just take our word for it! Watch this video from Dr. Don Lawlor, DC that shows before and after interviews with his patients about how our PEMF 8000 worked for them.

· Supplement Other Treatments. PEMF is a perfect adjunct to cold laser therapies and nutraceutical supplementation. They work synergistically. Research shows that LLLT and PEMF treatments given together provide stronger therapeutic results than either therapy alone. And, PEMF is known to enhance nutrient absorption and detoxification because of its effects on cellular metabolism. You and your patients will be amazed at how much better they can feel in such a short period of time.

· Relieve Chronic Pain for Underserved Patients. There are certain conditions no one knows how to fix yet. Problems like chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, and post-surgical pain tremendously impact patients’ quality of life long-term with no solution in sight. You can be one of the few practitioners able to alleviate their symptoms quickly, effectively, and without the harmful side effects common to medications.


· Enhance Athletic Performance. By energizing the cells, PEMF fuels the body with more energy to pump through the nervous system to contract muscle, heighten the senses, and quicken response time. PEMF also helps heal long-term injuries. With fewer or no permanent injuries holding them back, experienced athletes can perform with energy and flexibility like in their younger days.

· Accelerate Recovery from Common Injuries. Get your players off the bench and back on the field. Research shows that injured parts of the body have a lower electrical resistance than normal. This is because the injury site requires additional electricity for the healing process and it is actively drawing that from other parts of the body. PEMF treatments supplement the body electric with targeted spotlights of micro-current electricity that travel deeply into the tissue to energize the cells. This optimizes the body’s natural healing process so it can get the job done faster.

· Stop Acute Inflammation in its Tracks. When muscles get traumatized, they tense and flare up. Not just on the surface, but deep down in the tissue where ice/hot patches and TENs don’t reach. PEMF therapy transports micro-current deeply into tissue to donate electrons at the cellular level, stimulating healing and micro-circulation. As a result, you can watch inflammation and muscle knots melt before your eyes.

· Restore Performance Lost to Permanent Injuries. With PEMF you can kick-start the recovery process for old injuries that inhibit athletic performance. PEMF can improve range of motion, clear internal scarring, and manage chronic aches and pains. It is effective because it delivers an energy surplus to the site and simultaneously activates cellular metabolism, so the cells at the injury site run in optimal conditions to complete their repairs.


· Provide Patients More Daytime Energy and Better Sleep at Night. Chronic pain doesn’t stop at bedtime. Many people lose sleep over their chronic pain and as a result feel foggy during the day. Break the cycle with PEMF before bed to reduce pain and help your patients sleep more soundly. Or use it in the morning to bolster energy levels and leave patients feeling a refreshed sense of well-being. The relief lasts for up to 3 days at a time and the results accumulate with on-going therapy.

· Relieve Pain From Musculoskeletal Conditions. Many elderly can no longer enjoy the activities that brought them joy in their youth. Health conditions associated with aging take a toll on range of motion and normal physical activity can become increasingly painful. With PEMF therapy you can erase those aches and pains and help your patients feel like dancing again. Help those old bones feel like new.

· Assist Recovery From Slow to Heal Injuries. Seniors take a much longer time to heal from injuries and many never fully recover. With PEMF you can make patients feel more comfortable after an accident and accelerate their healing. By providing the body a surplus of energy while stimulating the cell’s natural healing process, even the elderly can bounce back from injuries.

· Travel with the Device to Treat Patients in Their Homes. Our PEMF devices are portable enough to take on the road and setup where the patients are. Carry it like a suitcase or extend the telescoping handle and roll it on wheels. Open the case, attach an accessory, plug it in, and you’re ready to treat! Reverse the process and it fits neatly in the trunk of your car.

Vetinarian PEMF


· Enhance Equine Athletic Performance. By energizing the cells, PEMF fuels the horse’s body with more energy to pump through its nervous system to contract muscle, heighten the senses, and quicken response time. PEMF also helps heal long-term injuries. With fewer or no permanent injuries holding them back, experienced race horses can perform with sustained energy and resilience like in their younger years.

· Provide Rehabilitation for Equine Athletes. PEMF therapy helps horses recover from injuries sustained in the line of duty. It supports recovery from muscle, tendon, and soft tissue injuries as well as wounds at risk of not healing correctly on their own. The therapy is non-invasive and non-intimidating so the horse can relax through the treatment process. And you will see improvements quickly.

· Support Service and Companion Animals. Help dogs and cats recover from surgery and musculoskeletal injuries. Depending on the case, you may be able to shorten the animal’s necessary recovery period by up to 3 times and reduce its suffering in the process. This means everything to recovering companions and the people who love them.

Saturday, December 10, 2016

PEMF 8000 Equine Therapy Improves Circulation



PEMF therapy enhances the synthesis of protein in the cells, allowing the body to take advantage of all the protein available.

PEMF therapy improves circulation, not by increasing heartbeat or blood pressure, but by opening and dilating the arteries and capillaries. This also reduces edema (swelling).

PEMF therapy increases the cellular level of oxygen absorption. Studies have shown that oxygen partial pressure can be increased by 200%. This reduces pain associated with lack of sufficient oxygen. Also, insufficient oxygen in the cells causes lactic acid buildup under strenuous exercise.

For more information about PEMF8000 EQUINE Therapy or Horse Therapy from I Am Cured visit

Increase Speed, Strength, Stamina, Suppleness, and Range of Motion
Reduce Inflammation, Stiffness and Soreness from Competition or Injury
PEMF can help detect WHERE your horse is Sore while simultaneously providing Noticeable Relief - Horses LOVE it!
After competition, bring your horses Back to Fitness up to 70% Faster
PEMF can Accelerate Healing Time 1/3 to 1/2
including wounds, soft tissue injuries, fractures, illness etc...
PEMF penetrates Deeper than Laser or Massage...
Regular PEMF treatments Enhance a Bodies Ability to HEAL ITSELF and respond to imbalances Before they become illness or injury.
PEMF works on a variety of conditions involving soft tissue, bone, hooves,  Illness, Age-Related issues and More!
PEMF Therapy can be done Right at the Show, Before and/or After Athletic Events as well as Regular, Preventative Therapy at Home

Here are just some of the Conditions treated by PEMF

- Performance Stress & Body Soreness
- Soreness of the Back, Stifle, Joints, Neck, Poll, TMJ, Shoulder or Hooves
- Soft Tissue Injuries- Muscle, Tendon & Ligament
- Hoof Abscess, Stone Bruises (Relief in just 1 to 3 sessions)
- Conditions of Age - Arthritis, Cushings Disease
- Anhidrosis (Inability to sweat normally, usually can be resolved in just 1-2 sessions)
- Non-Healing Wounds
- Bone issues - non-healing fractures
~ Laminitis, EPM or Founder
~ Lackluster Health or Performance

Friday, September 30, 2016

When to use PEMF therapy for animals!

Use PEMF therapy for your favorite pet!

PEMF assist all animals heal and live to their fullest!


How do you choose when to use PEMF therapy with your animals and pets?

When to use Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy with you loving pet.
Pulsed electro-magnetic field therapy has been around for a long time. Many new advances in research by Health Sciences prove the most effective way to deliver targeted PEMF therapy. By emitting a burst of micro current electricity, a field is created which evenly penetrates both soft and hard body tissue around the target area.  This electromagnetic field causes a chemical cascade, which activates the well-known Nitric Oxide cycle.  Nitric Oxide is a key molecule in healing for humans and animals.  The compound is released when we exercise, and when we are injured, for the body to naturally repair itself.
The PEMF 8000 increases Nitric Oxide production to help speed healing of soft and hard tissues- that includes skin, tendons, ligaments, bones and organs.  The specific ratio of frequency to burst width used by the PEMF8000 has been found by our scientists to be the most effective at delivering the amount of current that is similar to what is already used by the body.  More is not always better, and too much Nitric Oxide production can actually slow healing.  When choosing a PEMF device, it is good to know that more power is not correlated with faster healing.


PEMF Animals heal

In general, PEMF can be used to speed healing, reduce inflammation, and lower pain levels.  For any kind of orthopedic injury or surgery, the PEMF 8000 is a great tool to use in the recovery stage.  The field penetrates clothing, fur and casts to reach all the tissue in the target area.

The added benefit of using PEMF is that most times pain medications can be greatly reduced or stopped altogether- especially important for dogs who can be seriously injured by pain killers, and cats, who are even less tolerant of pain medication, and can have kidney failure even from small doses.
Any illness which is caused by inflammation may be successfully treated with the PEMF 8000. We have seen numerous cases of Animals with arthritis getting their quality of life back, running, playing, and jumping, after not having felt well for years.  We have also seen internal inflammatory problems such as pancreatitis and cystitis resolve in 24 hours.
It is not known how PEMF therapy acts on nerve tissue, but multiple cases of degenerative nerve conditions have shown to improve or resolve with the use of the PEMF 8000 twice a day over the course of a few months.  In many cases improvement is immediate.



PEMF therapy can be used in both acute and chronic conditions. 

There are no side effects, and no potential drug interactions or interactions with implants such as hip replacements.  Whether using on a bruise, sprain, tear, or chronic condition such as arthritis, or my elopathys and neuropathies, PEMF therapy can be used as a primary treatment or adjunct therapy.  For chronic conditions such as arthritis, it often takes a week or two for results to show.  For many animals it replaces pain medication as a long-term treatment.

How to decide if PEMF is the right choice?  There are many therapies on the market.  PEMF can be used as a primary therapy, in some cases removing the need for surgery.  In others it is best as an adjunct to surgical intervention, physical therapy and alternative modalities, or pharmaceutical pain management.  If you are looking for a veterinarian who uses the PEMF 8000 or would like to suggest the “Loop” to your vet, please contact us for more information.

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Pulsed Electro-magnetic Frequency (PEMF) PEMF CREATES HEALTH AND WELLNESS!

Pulsed Electro-magnetic Frequency (PEMF)

Pulsed electromagnetic frequency (PEMF) is most commonly known to be used as a reparative technique in the field of orthopedics for the treatment of non-union fractures, failed fusions and depression. With over 40 years of clinical studies, researchers suggest that the pulsed signal in PEMF activates the body’s chemistry to heal more rapidly.

Having healthy cells is vital to your overall health and well-being. By restoring the body’s natural electro-magnetic energy through PEMF therapy, cell metabolism is boosted, blood cells are regenerated, circulation is improved, oxygen carrying capacity is increased and inflammation is reduced.

PEMF provides stunning regenerative effects because these magnetic fields result in cells generating so much naturally derived energy that they are able to heal themselves. A magnetic switch turbocharges cellular energy production and reduces oxidative stress.

Pain Management

PEMF therapy has shown to be effective at reducing pain both in the short-term and long-term. The ways by which PEMF therapy relieves pain include pain blocking, decreasing inflammation, increasing cellular flexibility, increasing blood and lymph circulation and increasing tissue oxygenation.

Blood Circulation & Lymphatic Vessels

As PEMF therapy mechanically stimulates blood vessels and blood flow, the blood vessels pump blood and oxygen into the cells. Simultaneously, PEMF therapy mechanically stimulates the lymphatic vessels and waste products are hauled away from the cells more efficiently. PEMF therapy supports immune health by mechanically stimulating lymphatic drainage and blood flow.


PEMF therapy treats the cellular source of swelling by recharging the cells with a mild electromagnetic current. This stops the release of pain and inflammatory mediators, reduces inflammatory fluids and allows an increase in blood flow, therefore increasing oxygen intake. This helps the cells heal faster with less swelling, pain and bruising.

Tissue and Muscle Flexibility

PEMF therapy successfully increases membrane and skin flexibility by increasing the synthesis of collagen, a crucial protein that supports membrane elasticity, within the fibroblasts. In doing so, PEMF therapy increases tissue and muscle flexibility, and increases range of motion.

Cellular Growth and Repair

The many intra/inter cellular processes and activity stimulated by PEMF therapy lead to faster cellular and tissue regeneration. This fact is shown by the results of many studies on a variety of tissues, including bones, spine, cartilage, intestines, blood vessels, nerves, brain and muscles.

Bone Growth Stimulation

PEMF enhances the electrical polarity by inducing an electrical field at the fracture site which supports the natural healing process and stimulates fracture repair. PEMF bone growth stimulation generates a time varying magnetic field within the body. Thus, the electric potential created by PEMF stimulates fracture healing.

Brain Health

PEMF is thought to help correct electrical signaling and chemical imbalances in the brain. Magnetic fields are sent through the scalp and skull to a particular area of the brain. When the magnetic field enters the brain it creates a small electrical current. This electrical current stimulates the brain cells (neurons) in a targeted brain area and causes them to fire (or send an electrical impulse).


PEMF restores and enhances the efficiency of the cells mitochondria and production of ATP, the vital element for charging up the cell walls. When sufficiently charged, the cell will then expel toxins and waste products more efficiently. Cellular pH alkalinity increases allowing for better oxygen uptake and suppression of harmful toxins and infection.


Red Blood Cells before PEMF


Red Blood Cells after PEMF

The pictures above are of red blood cells before and after a PEMF treatment. Taken using dark field microscopy, the first picture shows red blood cells that are stuck together. Simply stated, these cells have lost their charge and are no longer able to transport oxygen, uptake nutrients, or release toxins. A person with blood that looks like the first picture is often tired, fatigued, and may have high blood pressure. The cells should be free floating and bounce off each other, like you see in the second picture. The two pictures below were taken of the same individual a few days apart. The second picture was taken right after a PEMF treatment.

Your red blood cells were designed to deliver oxygen from your lungs to your tissues and to deliver carbon dioxide to the lungs. In order to do this, the red blood cell, must be maximally flexible and have the greatest amount of surface area possible through which to release its oxygen molecules at the right place. The tissue which needs the oxygen may be accessed through a big vessel (an artery) or tiny vessel (called an arteriole).

When two, three or more red blood cells clump together it prevents the single cell from bending over to pass through the smaller arterioles. The result is that certain tissues do not get enough oxygen.

When this occurs the body through a complex process of chemical and neurologic messages signals the heart to pump harder causing high blood pressure. With higher blood pressure the cells may be able to be forced through. And perhaps they can for a time but eventually the heart muscle is overworked, enlarges, and becomes ineffective causing damage in many areas of your body. The most frequently discussed damage is that which occurs to the blood vessels. This can result in ruptures in the vessels in your brain causing a stroke.



Saturday, July 23, 2016

PEMF Therapy How Does It Work


How PEMF Therapy Works!

PEMF How does it work Doctors speak

Many benefits of Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Field (“PEMF”) therapy have been demonstrated through more than 2,000 University level double-blind medical studies done in many countries with many different PEMF therapy devices. Some of the positive effects of PEMF therapy were well established by the mid 1900’s. The first commercially produced low power PEMF devices entered the market in the ear1y 1900s. These were used for studies and experimentation in healing and cellular wellness. They were sold to both consumers and as medical devices to doctors. The first commercially produced high power PEMF devices entered the market around 1975. They focused on muscle, nerve, tendon, and ligament and cartilage health, on reducing pain and on regeneration. Medical PEMF therapy has been accepted in many countries around the wor1d. The US FDA accepted the use of PEMF devices in the healing of non-union bone fractures in 1979, urinary incontinence and muscle stimulation in 1998, and depression and anxiety in 2006. Israel has accepted the use of PEMF devices in for migraine headaches. Canada has accepted PEMF devices for several uses. The European Union has many acceptances for the use of PEMF therapy in many areas including healing and recovery from trauma, degeneration and the treatment of the pain associated with these conditions.

What Is PEMF Video!


Differences in PEMF Therapy Devices

  • Power Level The magnetic energy produced by the various PEMF devices can be as little as that of the Earth’s magnetic field to more than 10,000 times as powerful. The lower power devices are generally used for cellular health and bone healing. The higher power devices are generally used for recovery of trauma from accidents, sports injuries and surgery, as well as for control and improvement of degenerative diseases. Both low power and high power devices help reduce pain, but the higher power devices are more effective in doing so.
  • Continuous or Pulsed medical Waveform Although there are exceptions in both types, most low power PEMF devices have a continuous waveform while most high power PEMF devices have a pulsed waveform.
  • Shape of Waveform The continuous wave form PEMF devices can produce a square, a saw tooth or a sine wave. The pulsed output PEMF devices usually produce a biphasic sine wave.
  • Control of Frequency Many low power PEMF devices have preset frequencies to choose from according to the manufacturers’ own different theories. Most high power PEMF devices have a user variable control of the frequency.
  • Duration of Treatment Depending on the power level of the PEMF device, the treatment duration can be from three minutes to hours. Primary Benefits of High Power PEMF Clinical evidence shows that PEMF therapy reduces pain associated ‘with trauma from accidents, sports injuries, surgeries and bums as well as from disease and degeneration

PEMF therapy improves these conditions in many different ways that include mechanical, electrical, chemical, and magnetic processes within the cells of the body. In 1995, Siskin and Walker provided a summary of clinical results on soft tissue damage. They observed no adverse effects and the following positive effects were reported:

  • Decreased pain
  • Reduced inflammation
  • Increased range of motion
  • Faster functional recovery
  • Reduced muscle loss after surgery
  • Increased tensile strength in ligaments
  • Faster healing of skin wounds
  • Enhanced capillary formation
  • Acceleration of nerve regeneration
  • And decreased tissue necrosis.

In the “Therapeutic effects of pulsed magnetic fields on joint diseases~. Bassett C. (Bioelectric Research Center, Columbia University New York) applied time-varying pulsed magnetic fields designed to induce voltages similar to those produced nominally during the dynamic mechanical deformation of connective tissues in an effort to control cellular function and understand the mechanism of PEMF treatment and concluded: “As a result, a wide variety of challenging musculoskeletal disorders has been treated successfully over the past two decades. As understanding of mechanisms expands, specific requirements for field energetic are being defined and the range of treatable ills broadened. These include nerve regeneration, wound healing, graft behavior, diabetes, and myocardial and cerebral ischemia (heart attack and stroke), among other conditions. Preliminary data even suggest possible benefits in controlling malignancy•.

The Dynamics of Pain and PEMF Therapy

For most individuals, aside from the multiple benefits of the therapy, one of the most relevant effects of PEMF therapy is the improvement of painful conditions regardless of their origin. During the last 100 years, theories of pain mechanism have evolved from specificity and summation models to the popular gate control theory. The latter pain theory, proposed by Melzack/Wall/Casey (Wall and Melzack, 1989) has become the most important development in the field of pain management. Pain perception is no longer a straightforward afferent transmission of pain signal. In biology, signal transduction is a mechanism that converts a mechanical or chemical stimulus to a cell into a specific cellular response. Signal transduction starts with a signal to a receptor, and ends with a change in cell behavior. Transmembrane receptors move across the cell membrane, with half of the receptor outside the cell and the other half inside the cell. The signal, such as a chemical signal, binds to the outer half of the receptor, which changes its shape and conveys another signal inside the cell. Sometimes there is a long cascade of signals, one after the other. Eventually, the signal creates a change in the cell, either in the DNA of the nucleus or the cytoplasm outside the nucleus.

Overview of signal transduction pathways


In the chronic pain state, pain signal generation can actually occur in the central nervous system without peripheral noxious stimulation. In pain management, modulation of the pain signal transmission is a far better choice than neural destruction, and that can be achieved with PEMF. Scientific evidence shows that acute persistent pain eventually sensitizes wide dynamic neurons in the dorsal horn of the spinal cord, the wind-up phenomenon, constituting the basis of developing chronic pain syndromes (Kristensen, 1992). Persistent and excessive pain has no biological good longor necessary function. It is actually harmful to our well-being. Therefore, pain needs to be treated as early and as completely as possible and not to be left alone (Adams, et al 1997).

The primary symptom in most patients with disorders affecting the soft tissue is pain. In many patients, daily activities are limited as pain causes a restriction of the range of movements. Causes of soft tissue pain can be depicted as musculo-skeletal, neurologic, vascular, and referred visceral-somatic or articular (Cailliet, 1991). Early reports of applying electrical current to treat pain date back to before 1800 (Ersek, 1981).

PEMF therapy has successfully been used for the control of pain associated with rotator cuff tendonitis, multiple sclerosis, carpal tunnel syndrome, and pen-arthritis (Battisti et al, 1998; Lecaire et al, 1991). An improvement was observed in 93% of patients suffering from carpal tunnel pain and in 83% in cases of rotat or cuff tendonitis. PEMF therapy was also used for treatment of migraine, chronic pelvic pain, neck pain, and whiplash injuries (Rosch et al, 2004).

PEMF Therapy Reduces Pain

Many studies have demonstrated the positive effects of PEMF therapy on patients with pain, even as opposed to receiving traditional treatment as well as against a placebo group getting no treatment. Some studies focused on the rapid, short-term relief while others demonstrate the long term effects. The effectiveness of PEMF therapy has been demonstrated in a wide variety of painful conditions. In a study entitled: “Double-blind, placebo-controlled study on the treatment of migraine with PEMF”, Sherman R. (Orthopedic Surgery Service, Madigan Anny Medical Center, Tacoma, WA, USA) evaluated 42 subjects who met the International Headache Society’s criteria. During the first month of follow-up with exposure to PEMF, 73% of those receiving actual exposure, reported decreased headaches with 45% a substantial decrease and 14% an excellent decrease. Ten of the 22 subjects who had received actual exposure received 2 additional weeks of actual exposure, after their initial month. All showed decreased headache activity with 50% a substantial decrease and 38% an excellent decrease. Sherman R. concluded that exposure to PEMF for at least 3 weeks is an effective, short term intervention for migraine.

Jorgensen W. (International Pain Research Institute, Los Angeles, CA, USA) studied the effects of PEMF on tissue trauma and concluded: ·unusually effective and long-lasting relief of pelvic pain of gynecological origin has been obtained consistently by short exposures of affected areas to the application of a magnetic induction device. Treatments are short, fasting-acting, economical, and in many instances have obviated surgery”. Patients with typical cases such as dysmenorrhoea, endometriosis, ruptured ovarian cyst, acute lower urinary tract infection, post-operative haematoma, and persistent dyspareunia who had not received analgesic medication were treated with pulsed magnetic field treatment and evaluated. The results showed that 90% of the patients experienced marked, even dramatic relief, while 10% reported less than complete pain.

Heden P, Pilla AA. (Department of Plastic Surgery, Stockholm, Sweden) studied the Effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields on postoperative pain in breast augmentation patients. She notes: “Postoperative pain may be experienced after breast augmentation surgery despite advances in surgical techniques, which minimize trauma. The use of pharmacological analgesics and narcotics may have undesirable side effects that can add to patient morbidity”. This study was undertaken to determine if PEMF could provide pain control after breast augmentation. Postoperative pain data were obtained and showed that pain had decreased in the treated patient group by nearly a factor of three times that for the control group. Patient use of postoperative pain medication correspondingly also decreased nearly three times faster in the active versus the sham groups. Heden P, Pilla AA. concluded: “Pulsed electro-magnetic field therapy, adjunctive to standard of care, can provide pain control with a noninvasive modality and reduce morbidity due to pain medication after breast augmentation surgery•.

The Clinical Rheumatology Journal, volume 26-1, January 2007 (Springer London) reported on the Effectiveness of PEMF therapy in lateral epicondylitis by Kaan Uzunca , Murat Birtane and Nurettin Ta~tekin (Trakya University Medical Faculty Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department, Edime, Turkey): We aimed to investigate the efficacy of PEMF in lateral epicondylitis comparing the modality with sham PEMF and local steroid injection •. Patients with lateral epicondylitis were randomly and equally distributed into three groups. One group received PEMF, another sham PEMF, and the third group a corticosteroid + anesthetic agent injection. Pain levels during rest, activity, nighttime, resisted wrist dorsiflexion, and forearm supination were investigated with visual analog scale (VAS). Pain threshold on elbow was determined with an Algometer. All patients were evaluated before treatment, at the third week and the third month. Pain levels were significantly lower in the group treated with the local steroid at the third week but the group treated with PEMF had lower pain during rest, activity and nighttime than the group receiving steroids at the third month.

Lau (School of Medicine, Loma University, USA) reported on the application of PEMF therapy to the problems of diabetic retinopathy. Patients were treated over a 6-week period, 76% of the patients had a reduction in the level of numbness and tingling. All patients had a reduction of pain, with 66% reporting that they were totally pain-free.

Riva Sanseverino, E. ( University di Bologna, Italy) studied the therapeutic effects of PEMF on joint diseases, in chronic as well as acute conditions on more than 3,000 patients over a period of 11 years. Follow-up was pursued as constantly as possible. Pain removal, recovery of joint mobility and maintenance of the improved conditions represented the parameters for judging the results as good or poor. The chi-square test was applied in order to evaluate the probability that the results are not casual. A general average value of 78.8% of good results and 21 .2% of poor results was obtained. A higher, 82% of good results were observed when single joint diseases were considered and 66% of good results with respect to multiple joint diseases (polar throsis). The high percentage of good results obtained and the absolute absence of both negative results and undesired side-effects led to the conclusion that PEMF treatment is an excellent physical therapy in cases of joint diseases.

PEMF Therapy Blocks Pain

PEMF therapy has shown The trans-membrane potential,PEMF 8000 CELL REPAIR

PEMF therapy has shown The trans-membrane potential to be effective at reducing pain both in the short-term and in the long-term. The ways by which PEMF therapy relieves pain include pain blocking, decreased inflammation, increased cellular flexibility and increased blood and fluids circulation.

(“TMP”) is the voltage difference (or electrical potential difference) between the interior and exterior of a cell. Differences in concentration of ions on opposite sides of a cellular membrane produce the TMP. The largest contributions usually come from sodium (Na+) and chloride (Cl-) ions which have high concentrations in the extracellular region, and potassium (K+) ions, which along with large protein anions have high concentrations in the intracellular region.

Opening or closing of ion channels at one point in the membrane produces a local change in the TMP, which causes electric current to flow rapidly to other points in the membrane.


The sodium-potassium pump uses energy derived from ATP to exchange sodium for potassium ions across the membrane.

In electrically excitable cells such as neurons, the TMP is used for transmitting signals from one part of a cell to another. In non-excitable cells, and in excitable cells in their baseline states, the TMP is held at a relatively stable value, called the resting potential. For neurons, typical values of the resting potential range from -70 to -80 mV (mill Volts); that is, the interior of a cell has a negative baseline voltage. Opening and closing of ion channels can induce a departure from the resting potential, called a depolarization if the interior voltage rises (say from -70 mV to -65 mV), or a hyper polarization if the interior voltage becomes more negative (for example, changing from -70 mV to -80 mV).

In excitable cells, a sufficiently large depolarization can evokea short-lasting all-or-nothing event called an action potential, in which the TMP very rapidly undergoes a large change,often reversing its sign. Special types of voltage-dependent ion channels that generate action potentials but remain closed at the resting TMP can be induced to open by a small depolarization.

PEMF 8000 Voltage

In a lecture on Pain Reduction, Dr. D. Laycock, Ph.D. Med. Eng. MBES, MIPEM, B.Ed., inspired by the works of Adams, et al 1997, explains how PEMF therapy affects pain transmission at the levels of the neurons. ·it is necessary to understand the mechanism of pain transmission to understand how pain blocking can take place with PEMF therapy. Pain is transmitted along the ne1Ve cells by an electric signal. This signal encounters synaptic gaps at inte1Vals. The pain signals are transmitted along ne1Ve cells to pre-synaptic terminals. At these terminals, channels in the cell alter due to a movement of ions. The TMP changes, causing the release of a chemical transmitter from a synaptic vesicle contained within the membrane.

The pain signal is chemically transferred across the synaptic gap to chemical receptors on the post-synaptic nelVe cell. This all happens in about 112000th of a second, as the synaptic gap is only 20 to 50 nm (nano meters) wide. As the pain signal, in chemical form, approaches the post-synaptic cell, the membrane changes and the signal is transferred.

During quiescent times, cells possess a small charge of about-70mV between the inner and outer membranes. When a pain signal arrives, it temporarily depolarizes the nociceptive cell and raises the cell TMP to +30mV. This increase is sufficient to open channels in the cell membrane allowing the exchange of the sodium (NA+) and potassium (K +) ions, which then trigger exocytosis of neurotransmitters via synaptic vesicles. These neurotransmitters diffuse into the synaptic gap. Once this process has occurred, the cell depolarizes back to its previous level of-70mV. Research by Warnke established that the application of PEMF therapy has an effect on the quiescent potential of the neuronal synaptic membrane (Warnke, 1983; Warnke, et al 1997). It suggested that the effect is to lower the potential to a hyperpolarized level of-90mV. When a pain signal is received, the TMP has to be raised again in order to fire an action potential via neurotransmitters but it only achieves to raise the cell TMP to an approximate +10mV. This potential is well below the threshold of +30mV necessary to release the neurotransmitters into the synaptic cleft and the pain signal is effectively blocked”.

By causing a hyperpolarized state at the neuronal membrane, PEMF therapy effectively blocks pain as it prevents the threshold necessary to transmit the pain signal to be reached. That PEMF therapy effectively reduces pain in the short and long-term has been demonstrated but it is unclear whether the pain blocking mechanism provides temporary relief while treatment occurs or can also lead to permanent changes with repeated treatments.

PEMF Therapy Decreases Inflammation

Several factors contribute to inflammation including injury, tissue damage, a poor localized circulation with swelling and the formation of edema. Inflammation causes pain. Clinical studies have demonstrated that PEMF therapy has been successful in reducing inflammation. Therefore, by reducing inflammation, pain also decreases. Several factors influence tissue inflammation and the processes by which PEMF therapy operates to reduce inflammation include complex mechanical, electrical, chemical, and magnetic processes that take place as PEMF therapy increases circulation and cellular activity

PEMF Increases Blood Circulation

In June 2004, The Faseb Journal states: •pf MF therapy has been shown to be clinically beneficial in repairing bones and other tissues, but the mechanism in action is unclear. The results of a study done at the New York University Medical Center (Institute of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery, NY, NY, USA) demonstrates that electro-magnetic fields increased angiogenesis, the growth of new blood vessels, in vitro and in vivo through the endothelial release of FGF-2, fibroblast growth factor-2. The delivery of PEMF therapy in low doses identical to that currently in clinical use significantly increased endothelial cell proliferation and tubulization, which are both important processes for vessel formation. The ability of PEMF to increase cell pro/if oration was unique to endothelial cells, which seemed to be the primary target of PEMF stimulation, releasing a protein in a paracrine fashion (or signaling to adjacent cells and other types of cells) to induce changes in neighboring cells and tissues. Since direct stimulation did not produce significant changes in osteoblast proliferation, the ability of PEMF therapy to enhance the healing of complicated fractures is likely the result of increased vascularity rather than a direct effect on ontogenesis as previously believed.

The coordinated release of FGF-2 suggests that PEMF therapy may facilitate healing by augmenting the interaction between ontogenesis and blood vessel growth. As such, PEMF therapy may offer distinct advantages as a noninvasive and targeted modality that is able to release several growth factors to achieve therapeutic angiogenesis. The fibroblast and endothelial cells are made to go embryonic due to drastic changes in ionic concentrations in the cells’ cytoplasm and therefore the cells’ nuclei. These ionic concentrations react with the cell DNA opening up some gene sets and closing down others. It is apparently the rapid onset of a strong-pulsed electric field generated by the pulsed magnetic field, which causes some cell ion gate types to open and be force fed ions by the same electric field”. As demonstrated in the following study entitled: “Impulse magnetic-field therapy for erectile dysfunction: a double-blind, placebo-controlled study”, increased microcirculation leads to improvements in macro-circulation. This double-blind, placebo-controlled study by Pelka R. ( Universidad der Bundeswehr Munchen, Neubiberg/Munich, Germany) assessed the efficacy of three weeks of PEMF therapy for erectile dysfunction {ED). In the active-treatment group, all efficacy endpoints were significantly improved at study end with 80% reporting increases in intensity and duration of erection, frequency of genital warmth, and general well-being. Only 30% of the placebo group noted some improvement in their sexual activity; 70% had no change. No side effects were reported.

PEMF therapy has proven efficacious in increasing the flow of ions and nutrients as well as blood flow. Through the same processes, vital organs such as the liver, kidneys and colon are able to rid themselves of impurities thus detoxifying the body and allowing better organ functionality.

PEMF Increases Cellular Membrane Permeability

As early as 1940, it was suggested that magnetic fields might influence membrane permeability as it affects the TMP and the flow of ions in and out of the cells. It has since been established that magnetic fields can influence ATP {Adenosine Tri-phosphate) production; increase the supply of oxygen and nutrients via the vascular and lymphatic systems; improve the removal of waste via the lymphatic system; and help to re-balance the distribution of ions across the cell membrane. Healthy cells in tissue have a voltage difference between the inner and outer membrane referred to as the membrane resting potential that ranges from -70 to -80 mV. This causes a steady flow of ions through its voltage dependent

ion channels. In a damaged cell, the potential is raised and an increased sodium inflow occurs. As a result, interstitial fluid is attracted to the inner cellular space, resulting in swelling and edema. The application of PEMF to damaged cells accelerates the re-establishment of normal potentials (Sansaverino) increasing the rate of healing and reducing swelling. In biology, depolarization is a change in a cell’s TMP, making it more positive or less negative. In neurons and some other cells, a large enough depolarization may result in an action potential. Hyper polarization is the opposite of depolarization, and inhibits the rise of an action potential.

If a cell has a resting potential of-70mV, and the membrane potential rises to -50mV, then the cell has been depolarized. Depolarization is often caused by influx of cations, e.g. Na+ through Na+ channels, or Ca2+ through Ca2+ channels. On the other hand, efflux of K+ through K+ channels inhibits depolarization, as does influx of Cl- {an anion) through Clchannels. If a cell has K+ or·CI- currents at rest, then inhibition of those currents will also result in a depolarization. As the magnetic field created by PEMF therapy expands through the living tissue, it induces an electron flow, or current in one direction. As it collapses, the direction is reversed. Electrons always flow from a negative (cathode) to a positive (anode) potential. Therefore such induced current polarized to push ions toward the positive outside of the cell membrane are blocked, just as no current will flow when the positive terminals of two batteries are connected together. Conversely, current flowing away from the membrane will pull electrons away from it and cause more electrons or negative ions to pile up on its interior surface, thus increasing the potential across the membrane and driving the TMP up towards a normal, healthy value for that cell.

As the electro-magnetic field pulses temporarily hyperpolarize and depolarize the membrane, the ion channels open and close allowing a more efficient ion exchange, as with the sodium-potassium (Na+, K+) pump, thus increasing cellular oxygenation and nutrition as sodium export stimulates several secondary active transporters.

PEMF Increases Cell Metabolism

In a study on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Electromedicine, Thomas Valone, Ph.D., showed that ~amaged or diseased cells present an abnormally low TMP, about 80% lower than healthy cells. This signifies a greatly reduced metabolism and, in particular, impairment of the electro genic Na+! K+ pump activity and, therefore, reduced ATP (Adenosine Tri-Phosphate) production. The Na+/ K+ pump within the membrane forces a ratio of 3Na+ ions out of the cell for every 2K+ ions pumped in for proper metabolism. An impaired Na+/ K+ pump results in edema (cellular water accumulation) and a tendency toward fermentation, a condition known to be favorable toward cancerous activity. French researcher Louis C. Kervran demonstrated that Sodium plus Oxygen plus Energy {ex: magnetic) nuclearly transmutes into Potassium as follows: 11 Na23 + 8 01s +energy= 19 K39

This nuclear process is accomplished with low heat, in a low rate of thermal decomposition, which is the most important and commonly occurring phenomenon of Nuclear Fusion in Biology.

As a result, utilization of oxygen in the cells increases and the body increases production of its own energy supplier (ATP). The organism becomes more stable and efficient; toxins and waste products are more rapidly broken down. The body’s natural regulatory mechanisms are reinforced and healing processes accelerated.

Free radical proliferation is linked to pathological changes that cause cellular malfunction or mutation (i.e. cancer) as well as protein degradation. Free radicals also play a large role in causing damage to all cells of the body but particular1y that of the immune system. According to studies, free radicals also “deplete cellular energy- by interfering with mitochondrial function and contribute to a shortened lifespan. Cellular energy generation in the mitochondria is both a key source and a key target of oxidative stress in the cells. Seeking an electron to complete the radical, free radicals cause chain reactions as electrons are ripped from molecules, creating another free radical. Antioxidants such as vitamin A, vitamin E, selenium and coenzyme Q10 supply free electrons and are usually prescribed to provide limited relief in counteracting free radical ravages. However, electronic antioxidants produced by PEMF therapy can also satisfy and terminate free radicals by abundantly supplying the key ingredient usually found only in encapsulated antioxidant supplements … the electron (Thomas Valone, Ph.D.). On the biophysical level, as PEMF therapy increases the circulation of electrons across the membrane, another parallel phenomenon seems to occur: the acceleration of ATP synthesis and of other aspects of the cell’s biochemical anabolism. The electrons that are drawn to the inner membrane elevate the TMP and increase the ionic charge on the interior of the cell.

In 1976, Nobel Prize winner Dr. Albert Szent-Gyorgi established that structured proteins behave like diodes or rectifiers. A diode passes electricity in only one direction. He proposed that cell membranes can rectify an induced voltage and this rectifying property of cell membranes can cause changes in the ion concentration of the inner and outer surfaces of the cell membrane in such a way as to increase the TMP and effectively stimulate the activity of the Na+/ K + pump. Cell health is directly affected by the health of the Na+/ K+ pump, which is directly proportional to the TMP. Based on these biophysical principles, an endogenous high voltage EMF potential of sufficient strength will theoretically stimulate the TMP, normal cell metabolism, the sodium pump, ATP production and healing. This has already been found in the literature: “TMP is proportional to the activity of this pump and thus to the rate of healing.· Furthermore, “increases in the TMP have also been found to increase the uptake of amino acids.· (Dr. Albert Szent-Gyorg1) Electro-medicine therefore, appears to connect to and recharge the storage battery of the TMP. This is important, as increasing the supply of nutrients is also an effective aid to cell repair. This is particularly true in trauma where circulation has been impaired by crushed or severed blood vessels or by the inflammation and swelling that compress capillaries. blocking the flow to both the injured and uninjured cells.

PEMF Increases Energy Storage and Cellular Activity

At the sub-atomic level, as the pulsed fields expand and collapse through a tissue, the protein molecules, such as the cytochromes in the cells’ mitochondria, gain electrons and, in doing so, store energy. The diagram below describes the electron transport chain:


Even though the instantaneous peak magnetic energy amplitudes are very high, the average magnetic amplitudes generated by PEMF therapy remain low, the average total energy transmitted to the tissues is not powerful enough to create heat within the cells, nor for the cells’ atoms to vibrate much and cause a thermal increase, nor for an electron to jump to a higher orbit and emit heat as it returns to its orbit of origin. There is only sufficient average energy for the electron-spin to be increased, thus, energy gets stored in the cells’ mitochondria by converting ADP (Adenosine DiPhosphate) to ATP molecules more rapidly.

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ATP structure

The ATP molecules store and transport the energy that is then used in all the metabolic functions of living cells. Understanding the effects of PEMF therapy at the atomic level requires a basic understanding of Quantum Mechanics that is provided here. Solving the Schrodinger equation for a molecule and determining probable amplitude for its electrons over an infinite number of possible trajectories yields the vibrational states of a molecule. This describes how the quantum state or wave function of a molecule or physical system changes in time. A diatomic molecule, which only involves one vibrational degree of freedom (the stretching of the bond between the electron and the positon) provides a simple description (Atkins et al, 2002).

Quantum mechanical considerations show that during the electronic excitation of a particular molecule at the same orbital state, the energy of an excited triplet state (T1) is lower than that of its corresponding singlet state (S1). In biomolecules, the non-radiative crossing from the state S2 to S1 is generally the dominant mechanism. This crossing between two electronic states of the same spin multiplicity is called internal conversion (“IC”) (Atkins et al, 2002).

The IC process is then followed by a rapid vibrational relaxation (decrease) where the excess vibrational energy is dissipated into heat, the molecule now ending up at the lowest, zero point vibrational level of the S1 electronic state. From here, it can return to the ground electronic state SO by emitting a photon (radiatively). The time-varying magnetic fields associated with PEMF therapy apparently affect electronic states via the intercrossing system (“ISC”), which is an excitation from state Si to Ti, where Ti is the corresponding triplet state (2 electrons are unpaired). The ISC type of crossing is heavily affected by the spin-orbit coupling, which relaxes the spin property by mixing with an orbital character (Szent-Gyorgyi A, 1976; Atkins et al, 2002). The ISC type of crossing leads to phosphorescence rather than fluorescence with radically different heat properties. Heavy metals, molecular oxygen having a triplet ground state, paramagnetic molecules such as hemoglobin, and heavy atoms such as iodine Increase the inter-s stem cross in rate Prasad, 2003.

PEMF 8000 Quantum Mechanics

In shifting positions around an atomic nucleus, an electron generates energy and emits a magnetic resonance of specific frequency. Thus, the magnetic resonance field frequency of the various body tissues and organs is a product of the individual atomic, molecular and cellular frequencies specific to the molecules that constitute the particular tissue or organ. PEMF therapy therefore confuses the specific inherent magnetic resonance and temporarily modifies it in each atom, molecule, cell, and thus, tissue and organ.

From the perspective of biophysics, physiological markers represent a level of “order or disorder” in the magnetic resonance of a normal atom that correlates to internal and external factors. The Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Fields generated by PEMF therapy devices provide sufficient energy to affect the magnetic resonance of the atom as the electron is energized. When a disruption in the magnetic resonance occurs, the magnetic resonance of the electrons at the atomic level also exhibits a change, a phase shift that disturbs and breaks the once orderly pathways of communication that is usually transmitted from atom to molecule, molecule to cell, cell to tissue, and tissue to organ. In doing so, the phase shift influences the physical and chemical characteristics of the physiological markers.

PEMF therapy has proven beneficial in many ways for the various energetic body functions. All of the many types of living cells that make up the tissues and organs of the body are tiny electrochemical units. They are powered by a “battery· that is continually recharged by the cells’ metabolic chemistry in a closed loop of biological energy.

PEMF Increases Cellular Membrane Flexibility and Elasticity

A study entitled “Modulation of collagen production in cultured fibroblasts by a low-frequency pulsed magnetic field” by Murray J. (Biochim Biophys Acta) shows that the total protein synthesis was increased in confluent cells treated with a pulsed magnetic field for the last 24 h of culture as well as in cells treated for a total of 6 days. However, in 6 day-treated cultures, collagen accumulation was specifically enhanced as compared to total protein, whereas after short-term exposure, collagen production was increased only to the same extent as total protein. These results indicate that a pulsed magnetic field can specifically increase collagen production, the major differentiated function of fibroblasts, possibly by altering cyclic-AMP metabolism.

PEMF therapy successfully increases membrane flexibility by increasing the synthesis of collagen, a crucial protein that supports membrane elasticity, within the fibroblasts. In doing so, PEMF therapy increases tissue and muscle flexibility and, therefore, increases range of motion, usually within minutes.

PEMF Stimulates Cellular Communication and Replication

DNA synthesis is linked to pulsed, low intensity magnetic fields (Liboff et al, 1984; Rosch et al, 2004). Proteins are conductors of electricity. When exposed to strong fields, proteins are subject to electrophoresis. The Ribonucleic Acid (“RNA”) messengers that are synthesized from a Deoxyribonucleic Acid (“ONA”) template during transcription mediate the transfer of genetic information from the cell nucleus to ribosomes in the cytoplasm and serve as a template for protein synthesis.

Since RNA mechanically influences the DNA and encoded proteins influence RNA, the flow of information to and from genes may be linked to changing magnetic fields (Einstein, 1977; Goodman et al, 1983). Since magnetic fields interact with moving electrical charges and recent studies (Dandliker et al, 1997) show that DNA conducts electrons along the stacked bases within the DNA double helix, electro-magnetic fields may initiate transcription of the precursor mRNA by accelerating electrons moving within the DNA helix (McLean et al, 2003).

PEMF Increases Cellular Genesis (Cellular Growth and Repair)

The many intra and inter cellular processes and activity stimulated by PEMF therapy lead to faster cellular and tissue regeneration. This fact is shown by the results of many studies on a variety of tissues, including bones, spine, cartilage, intestines, blood vessels, nerves, brain, and muscles.

In December 2004, the Swiss Medical Tribune stated that PEMF therapy provided: uimprovement of blood circulation, relief from pain, improvement of bone healing and the stimulation of nerve cells. Not only is the PEMF therapy effective in disease condition: it is an excellent means of preventing stress, assisting regeneration and recovery after sports exertion… Through metabolic activation and blood circulation more nutrients and oxygen are available to muscle cells, less damage is experienced, and efficiency is improved.

PEMF and the spine

In a long-term study entitled: “Spine fusion for discogenic low back pain: outcome in patients treated with or without pulsed electromagnetic field stimulation·, Marks RA. (Richardson Orthopaedic Surgery, TX, USA) randomly selected 61 patients who underwent lumbar fusion surgeries for discogenic low back pain between 1987 and 1994 and had failed to respond to preoperative conservative treatments. Average follow-up time was 15.6 months postoperatively. Fusion succeeded in 97.6% of the 42 patients who received PEMF stimulation for only 52.6% of the 19 patients who did not receive electrical stimulation of any kind. A similar study by Richard A. Silver, M.D. (Tucson Orthopaedic & Fracture Surgery Associates, Ltd., Tucson, AZ, USA) with 85 patients who had undergone surgery of posterior lumbar interbody fusion (PLIF) and had risk factors associated with a poor prognosis for healing, includin·g smoking, prior back surgery, multiple spinal levels fused, diabetes millitus, and obesity,roentgenographic examination and clinical evidence indicated that all but two patients achieved successful fusion. Of the 83 patients with successful spinal fusion, 29 (34.9%) were assessed as “excellent,” 45 (54.2%) as “good,” 3 (3.6%) as “fair”, and 6 (7.2%) as “poor”. Adjunctive treatment with PEMF appeared effective in promoting spinal fusion following PLIF procedures across all patient subgroups.

PEMF on bone and cartilage

In a study entitled: “Modification of biological behavior of cells by Pulsing Electro-magnetic fields”, 20 subjects of ages between 57 and 75 years with decreased bone mineral density as defined by a bone densitometer, were treated with PEMF therapy during a period of 12 weeks by Ben Philipson, Curatronic Ltd. (University of Hawaii School of Medicine, HI, USA). After a period of 6 weeks, the bone density rose in those patients with an average of 5.6%. Properly applied pulsed electromagnetic fields, if scaled for whole body use, has clear clinical benefits in the treatment of bone diseases and related pain, often caused by micro-fractures in vertebrae. In addition, joint pain caused by worn out cartilage layers can be treated successfully, through electromagnetic stimulation. PEMF application promotes bone union by electric current induction, which changes the permeability of cell membrane allowing more ions across, affects the activity of intracellular cyclic adenosine monophosphate (cAMP) and cyclic guanosine monophosphate (cGMP), and accelerates osteoblast differentiation by activation of p38 phosphorylation. PEMF stimulation also increases the partial oxygen pressure and calcium transport. Repair and growth of cartilage is thus stimulated, preventing grinding of the bones.

PEMF and tendonitis

The department of rheumatology at Addenbrookes Hospital carried out investigations into the use of PMFT for the treatment of persistent rotator cuff tendonitis. PEMF treatment was applied to patients who had symptoms refractory to steroid injection and other conventional treatments. At the end of the trial, 65% of these were symptom free, with 18% of the remainder being greatly improved.

PEMF and intestines

An experimental study was designed to investigate the effect of electromagnetic field therapy on intestinal healing and to compare small and large intestinal anastomoses, or connections between the loops of the intestines, by Nayci A. Cakmak M, Aksoyek S, Renda N, Yucesan s. (Department of Pediatric Surgery, Mersin University Medical Faculty, Turkey). The study demonstrated that electromagnetic field stimulation provided a significant gain in anastomotic healing in both small and large intestine, and a significant increase in both biochemical and mechanical parameter

PEMF and the brain

A 4-week double-blind, placebo-controlled study conducted by Uni der Bundeswehr (Munich, Germany) assessed the efficacy of PEMF Therapy for Insomnia. One hundred one patients were randomly assigned to either active treatment (n = 50) or placebo {n = 51) and allocated to one of three diagnostic groups: sleep latency; interrupted sleep; or nightmares. The results showed 70% {n = 34) of the patients given active PEMF treatment experienced substantial or even complete relief of their complaints; 24 % ( n = 12) reported clear improvement; 6% (n = 3) noted a slight improvement.Only one placebo patient (2%) had very clear relief; 49% (n = 23) reported slight or clear improvement; and 49% (n = 23) saw no change in their symptoms. No adverse effects of treatment were reported.

stunning results were obtained in a study entitled “Protection against focal cerebral ischemia following exposure to a pulsed electro-magnetic field”. Grant G. of the Department of Neurosurgery, Stanford University, CA, USA stated: MThere is evidence that electro-magnetic stimulation may accelerate the healing of tissue damage following ischemia. Exposure to pulsed electro-magnetic field attenuated corlical ischemia edema on MRI at the most anterior coronal level by 65%. On histological examination, PEMF exposure reduced ischemic neuronal damage in this same corlical area by 69% and by 43% in the striatum. Preliminary data suggest that exposure to a PEMF of shorl duration may have implications for the treatment of acute stroke·.

PEMF and multiple sclerosis

At the Biologic Effects of Light 1998 Symposium, Richards TL, Acosta-Urquidi, J. explains the effects of pulsing magnetic field on brain electrical activity in multiple sclerosis: “Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease of the central nervous system. Clinical symptoms include central fatigue, impaired bladder control, muscle weakness, sensory deficits, impaired cognition, and others. The cause of MS is unknown, but from histologic, immunologic, and radiologic studies, we know that there are demyelinated brain lesions (visible on MRI) that contain immune cells such as macrophages and T-cells (visible on microscopic analysis of brain sections). Recently, a histologic study has also shown that widespread axonal damage occurs in MS along with demyelination. What is the possible connection between MS and bio-electromagnetic fields? We recently published a review entitled “Bioelectromagnetic applications for multiple sclerosis,• which examined several scientific studies that demonstrated the effects of electromagnetic fields on nerve regeneration, brain electrical activity (electro-encephalography), neurochemistry, and immune system components. All of these effects are imporlant for disease pathology and clinical symptoms in Ms·.

He referred to a study that evaluated electro-encephalograms (EEG) in response to photic stimulation with flashing lights before and after PEMF exposure. The evidence showed a significant increase in alpha EEG magnitude that was greater in the active group compared to the placebo group demonstrating increased activity.

Richards T. (Dep. Radiology, University of Washington, WA, USA) confirms the above conclusion in a double-blind study to measure the clinical and sub-clinical effects of an alternative medicine electromagnetic device on disease activity in multiple sclerosis. The MS patients were exposed to a magnetic pulsing device that was either active (PEMF) or inactive (placebo) for two months. Each MS patient received a set of tests to evaluate MS disease status before and after wearing the device. The tests included a clinical rating (Kurtzke, EDSS), patient-reported performance scales {PS), and quantitative electro-encephalography (QEEG) during a language task. Although there was no significant change between pre-treatment and post-treatment in the EDSS scale, there was a significant improvement in the PS combined rating for bladder control,cognitive function, fatigue level, mobility, spasticity, and vision. There was also a significant change between pre-treatment and post-treatment in alpha EEG magnitude during the language task. Richards T. stated: “we have demonstrated a statistically significant effect of the.magnetic pulsing device on patient performance scales and on alpha EEG magnitude during a language task·.

In “Treatment with AC pulsed electromagnetic fields normalizes the latency of the visual evoked response in a multiple sclerosis patient with optic atrophy-, Sandyk R. (Deparlment of Neuroscience at the lnstffute for Biomedical Engineering and Rehabilitation Services of Touro College, Dix Hills, NY, USA) explains: “Visual evoked response (VER) studies have been utilized as supporlive information for the diagnosis of MS and may be useful in objectively monitoring the effects of various therapeutic modalities. Delayed latency of the VER, which reflects slowed impulse transmission in the optic pathways, is the most characteristic abnormality associated with the disease. Brief transcranial applications of AC PEMFs in the picotesla flux density are efficacious in the symptomatic treatment of MS and may also reestablish impulse transmission in the optic pathways. A 36 year old man developed an attack of right sided optic neuritis at the age of 30. On presentation he had blurring of vision with reduced aeuity on the right and fundoscopic examination revealed pallor of the optic disc. A checkerboard pattern reversal VER showed a delayed latency to right eye stimulation (P100 = 132 ms; normal range: 95-115 ms). After he received two successive applications of AC PEMFs of 7.5 picotesla flux density each of 20 minutes duration administered transcranially, there was a dramatic improvement in vision and the VER latency reverted to normal (P100= 107 ms). The rapid improvement in vision coupled with the normalization of the VER latency despite the presence of optic atrophy, which reflects chronic demyelization of the optic nerve, cannot be explained on the basis of partial or full reformation of myelin. It is proposed that in MS synaptic neurotransmitter deficiency is associated with the visual impairment and delayed VER latency following optic neuritis and that the recovery of the VER latency by treatment with PEMFs is related to enhancement of synaptic neurotransmitter functions in the retina and central optic pathways. Recovery of the VER latency in MS patients may have important implications with respect to the treatment of visual impairment and prevention of visual loss. Specifically, repeated applications of PEMFs may maintain impulse transmission in the optic nerve and thus potentially sustain its viability”.

Sandyk R. summarizes recent clinical work on the therapeutic effects of AC PEMF in MS: •Multiple sclerosis is the third most common cause of severe disability in patients between the ages of 15 and 50 years. The cause of the disease and its pathogenesis remain unknown. The last 20 years have seen only meager advances in the development of effective treatments for the disease. No specific treatment modality can cure the disease or alter its long-term course and eventual outcome. Moreover, there are no agents or treatments that will restore premorbid neuronal function. A host of biological phenomena associated with the disease involving interactions among genetic, environmental, immunologic, and hormonal factors, cannot be explained on the basis of demyelization alone and, therefore, require refocusing attention on altemative explanations, one of which implicates the pineal gland as pivotal. The pineal gland functions as a magneto-receptor organ. This biological property of the gland provided the impetus for the development of a novel and highly effective therapeutic modality, which involves transcranial applications of alternating current (AC) PEMFs flux density”.


As evidenced by the many studies cited herein, it is clear that PEMF treatment stimulates many aspects of cellular activity and, in doing so, promotes neural regeneration and brain function, improves neuro-muscular function and general health.

Beyond the complex mechanisms by which it operates remain the health benefits associated with PEMF therapy. PEMF therapy increases blood circulation in and around damaged tissue, and effectively helps damaged cells heal. Generally, PEMF therapy produces one main effect; it stimulates the cell metabolism by increasing the flow of electrons and ions across the cell membrane. This effect involves a chain of processes in the human body, which leads to the improvement of health without side effects including:

  • Improved micro-circulation
  • Increased supply of oxygen, ions and nutrients to cells
  • Increased partial oxygen pressure
  • Increased ATP production by excitation of electrons
  • Stimulation of RNA and DNA production
  • Accelerated protein bio-synthesis by electron and energy transfer
  • Anti-oxidation regulation with increased circulation of available electrons
  • Increased calcium transport and absorption for stronger bones, joints and muscles
  • Enhanced cellular and tissue elasticity with increased collagen production
  • Increased cellular genesis promoting bone, cartilage, tendon and soft tissue growth
  • Stimulation of cellular repair mechanisms
  • Enhanced macro circulation: by mechanically DE clumping blood cells, alternately dilating and constricting vessels, and through a~giogenesis, the growth of new blood vessels
  • Accelerated detoxification of cells and organs
  • Decreased swelling, inflammation and pain
  • Boosting of the immune system, the body’s defenses, by improving the rolling and adhesion behavior of white blood cells
  • Supporting the body’s internal self· regulating mechanisms by activating cellular and molecular processes.

PEMF helps the natural body healing processes by delivering a non-invasive form of repetitive electrical stimulation that requires no direct contact with the skin surface. Magnetic fields have been shown to affect biologic processes and be effective in a wide range of medical conditions. PEMF therapy has proven beneficial in stimulating cellular metabolism, blood and fluids circulation, tissue regeneration and immune system response. PEMF treatment is effective at increasing bone formation and bone density, healing fractures and osteotomies, recovery from wounds and trauma, graft and post-surgical behavior, recovery from myocarcl1al and brain ischemia (heart attack and stroke), tendonitis, osteoarthritis, and impaired neural function or spasticity from central nervous system diseases such as multiple sclerosis and spinal cord damage. PEMF stimulation offers a safer and more comfortable alternative for urinary incontinence to prior treatments. PEMF therapy improves sports performance, and simply helps to maintain good health.

PEMF therapy stimulates muscles, connective tissues, intestines, tendons and cartilage, the brain and peripheral nerve sites. PEMF therapy promotes healing and a return to higher activity levels. Functions that were lost begin to recover. Extensive research has been carried out to determine the mechanism by which this occurs but, for the physiotherapist presented with a wide range of clinical problems, PEMF therapy is an invaluable aid to the clinic. PEMF therapy leaves you feeling relaxed, energized and with a sense of well-being.