Amazing Results from Pulsed Magnetic Energy (PEMF)

AMAZING RESULTS! from Pulsed Magnetic Energy Therapy (also known as “PEMF”)

Magnetic

Energy is pulsed into your body and improves all its functions so it has more

energy, blood flow, oxygen & healing!

Basically,

it energizes your cells and helps them work better – so they can produce more

energy, function better, heal damages, and thus the whole organ and

subsequently the whole body works better and better!

More

than 2000 University level double blind and professional medical scientific

studies have proven its effectiveness in all these areas: (1)

· Reduced pain

· Reduced inflammation

· Increased range of motion

· Faster functional recovery

· Reduced muscle loss after surgery

· Increased strength of ligaments

· Faster healing of skin wounds

· Enhanced capillary formation

· Accelerated nerve regeneration

· Reduced tissue necrosis

“…a

wide variety of challenging musculoskeletal disorders has been treated

successfully over the past two decades… including nerve regeneration, wound

healing, graft behavior, diabetes, myocardial and cerebral ischemia

(heart attack & stroke), … & possible benefits in controlling

malignancy.”(2)

“…PEMF

affects… the production of nitric oxide… that can immediately relax blood and

lymph vessels.”(3) ‘…including

vasodilation, inhibiting platelet adhesion, & anti-inflammatory effects.’(3) ‘…and improve

vascular diseases, hypertension, thrombosis, inflammation,

stenosis, obesity, hyper cholesterol, hyper triglycerides,

diabetes (both type 1 and type 2), heart failure,

atherosclerosis, tissue repair and aging.’(3) ‘PEMF therapy has proven to

effectively increase blood flow and provide muscle relaxation…

with better oxygenation of the muscle tissue.’

(Fibromyalgia…)

“…

PEMF therapy significantly reduced postoperative pain and narcotic use… which

could impact the speed and quality of wound repair.”(4)

“PEMF…

successfully… controls pain… with rotator cuff tendinitis, multiple

sclerosis, carpal tunnel syndrome, and… arthritis.”(5)

‘PEMF

is used for migraines, chronic pelvic pain, neck pain,

& whiplash.’(6)

“PEMF

for at least 3 weeks is… effective … for migraines.”(7)

“Unusually

effective and long-lasting relief of gynecological pelvic pain.”… “The results showed… marked, even dramatic

relief… in cases of dysmenorrhea, endometriosis, ruptured

ovarian cyst, acute lower urinary tract infection, post-operative

haematoma, and persistent dyspareunia.”(8)

‘PEMF

provides pain control after breast augmentation surgery.’(9)

‘PEMF

is more effective than steroids for “tennis elbow.”’(10)

‘PEMF

relieved symptoms of diabetic retinopathy.’(11)

“PEMF

treatment is an excellent… therapy in cases of joint diseases.”(12)

‘PEMF

provides significant pain reduction and improvement in carpal tunnel syndrome.’(13)

“PEMF…

is successful in… postsurgical pain and edema,… chronic wounds,… vasodilation

and angiogenesis… with no known side effects”(14)

PEMF

blocks pain, decreases inflammation, increases flexibility, increases

blood flow & oxygenation of tissues, & increases lymph fluids

circulation.(TMP)

“PEMF

for arthritis cure has conclusively shown that PEMF not only alleviates

the pain in arthritis… but it also affords chondroprotection, exerts

anti-inflammatory action and helps in bone remodeling,”(15)

‘PEMF

significantly enhances chondrocyte proliferation (cartilage growth) and

(bone) matrix synthesis in OA (osteoarthritis)’(16)

PEMF

therapy mechanically stimulates the lymphatic vessels and waste products are

hauled away from the cells more efficiently.

“PEMF

therapy has been shown to be clinically beneficial in repairing bones and other

tissues.”(17) Broken bones heal 1/3 to 1/2 as fast with

PEMF!

‘PEMF

increased the growth of new blood vessels.’(18)

‘PEMF

showed significant improvement (80%) in erectile dysfunction.’(19)

PEMF

therapy stimulates the phenomenon of Nuclear Fusion in Biology providing energy

to the “storage battery” in the mitochondria of the cells accelerating all the

healing processes.(20) (It causes a phase shift in the cellular

magnetic resonance thus increasing energy.)

‘PEMF

increases collagen production and tissue and muscle flexibility and range of

motion.’(21)

‘PEMF

therapy stimulates Cellular Communication and Replication’ (22)

PEMF therapy provided: “improvement of blood circulation, relief from pain, improvement of bone healing and the stimulation of nerve cells. PEMF therapy is effective in disease conditions,… preventing stress, assisting regeneration and recovery after sports exertion… efficiency is improved.”(23)

‘PEMF

improves healing and outcome measures for lumbar spine fusions.’(24)

‘6

Weeks of PEMF increased Bone Density by 5.6%! … with clear clinical

benefits for bone diseases, micro-fractures in vertebrae, joint diseases, and

worn out cartilage.’(25) (includes

Osteoporosis and Osteopenia)

83%

symptom free or greatly improved for persistent Rotator Cuff Tendonitis

after trial of PEMF therapy.(26)

“PEMFs…(are)

safe, easily administered and a noninvasive modality to accelerate and

improve the body’s healing mechanisms.”(27)

“PEMF

stimulation provided a significant gain in… healing in both small and large

intestines.”(28) (Crohn’s

disease, IBS, etc…)

‘PEMF

therapy showed substantial or even complete relief from Insomnia in 70%

of patients, with 24% showing clear improvement, & 6% some.’(29)

“Stunning

Results… accelerate the healing of tissue following (Stroke).”(30)

‘Multiple

Sclerosis patients showed significant improvement in multiple areas

including: alpha EEG brain activity, nerve regeneration,

neurochemistry, immune system function, bladder control, cognitive

function, fatigue level, mobility, spasticity, language, and vision.’

“The pineal gland functions as a magneto-receptor organ.”(31)

Summary

of Improvements without side effects:

. Increased nitric oxide

. Improved micro-circulation

. Increased oxygen, ions & nutrients

. Increased partial pressure of oxygen

. Increased ATP production and energy

. Stimulation of DNA & RNA production

. Accelerated protein bio-synthesis

. Anti-oxidant regulation & circulating electrons

. Increased calcium transport and absorption

. Increased collagen production and elasticity

. Increased cellular genesis promoting healing

. Stimulation of cellular repair mechanisms

. Enhanced macro circulation

. De-clumping of blood cells

. Growth of new blood vessels

. Increased absorption of nutrients

. Accelerated detoxification of cells and organs

. Decreased swelling, inflammation, & pain

. Boosting the immune system and defenses

. Supporting the internal self-regulating mechanisms

. Increased bone density and formation & healing fractures

. Increased recovery from wounds and surgeries

. Improved recovery from heart attacks and strokes, tendonitis, osteoarthritis, impaired nerve functions, MS, or spinal cord damage

. Improvement of urinary incontinence

. Improved overall health and higher activity levels

. Better Sports performance, endurance, and recovery

. Functions that were lost begin to recover

Pulsed

Magnetic Energy (PEMF) Leaves you feeling relaxed, energized, renewed &

with an overall sense of well-being.

References:

1. 1995, Siskin & Walker

2. Beneficial effects of electromagnetic fields, Bassett C. (Bioelectric Research Center, Columbia University, NY, 1993

3. Pulsed electromagnetic fields affect local factor production and connexin 43 protein expression in MLO-Y4 osteocyte-like cells and ROS17/2.8 osteoblast like cells, Lohman C.H. et al.

4. Rhode et al., June 2009, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Columbia, NY

5. Battisti et al., 1998; Lecaire et al., 1991

6. Rosch et al., 2004

7. Sherman et al., Orthopedic Surgery Service, Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, WA, USA

8. Jorgenson et al., 1994 International Pain Research Institute, Los Angeles, CA, USA

9. Heden P., Pilla AA. 2008 Department of Plastic Surgery, Stockholm, Sweden

10. The Clinical Rheumatology Journal, vol 26-1, Jan 2007 (Springer London)

11. Lau (School of Medicine, Loma University, USA)

12. Sanseverino et al., (1999, Universita di Bologna, Italy)

13. Weintraub et al., 2008

14. Strauch et al., (Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY, USA)

15. Ganesan et al., (Department of Biotechnology, Chennai, India)

16. The Elsevier Journal of Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy (2005) publication: “Effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields on articular hyaline cartilage: review if experimental and clinical studies” by M. Fini, G. Giavaresi, A. Carpi, A. Nicolini, S. Sette, R. Giardino (Experimental Surgery Department, Research Institute Codivilla-Putti-Rizzoli, Orthopedic Institute via Barbiano 1/10, 40136 Bologna, Italy, Department of Reproduction and Aging, University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy, igea SRL Carpi, Modena, Italy

17. The Faseb Journal, June 2004

18. Institute of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery, New York University Medical Center, NY, NY, USA

19. Pelka et al., Universitat der Bundeswehr Munchen, Munich, Germany

20. Studies by: Thomas Valone, Ph.D. on Bioelectromagnetics, 2003; French researcher Louis C. Kervran; 1976 Nobel Prize winner Dr. Albert Szent-Gyorgi

21. Modulation of collagen production in cultured fibroblasts by low-frequency pulsed magnetic field, by Murray et al., Biochim Biophys Acta

22. Liboff et al., 1984; Rosch et al., 2004; Einstein, 1977; Goodman et al., 1983; Dandliker et al., 1997; McLean et al., 2003

23. Swiss Medical Tribune, December 2004

24. 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 1987-1994; and Richard A. Silver, MD, Tucson Orthopaedic & Fracture Surgery Association, Ltd., Tucson, AZ, USA

25. Modification of biological behavior of cells by Pulsing Electro-magnetic fields; Ben Philipson, Curatronic Ltd., University of Hawaii School of Medicine, HI USA

26. The Department of Rheumatology at Addenbrookes Hospital

27. Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy Increases Tensile Strength in a Rat Achilles’ Tendon Repair Model, published 2006, Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Albert Einstein College of Medicne and Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, NY; Department of Biomedical Engineering, Columbia University, New York, NY; and Department of Orthopaedics, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY. Berish Strauch, MD. Et al.

28. Nayci et al., Department of Pediatric Surgery, Mersin University Medical Faculty, Turkey

29. A Four-week double-blind, placebo-controlled study of Insomnia, Uni der Bundeswher, Munich, Germany

30. Protection against focal cerebral ischemia following exposure to pulsed electro-magnetic field, Grant G. et al., 1994 Department of Neurosurgery, Stanford University, CA, USA

31. Bio-electromagnetic applications for multiple sclerosis, Richards et al., Dep. Radiology, University of Washington, WA, USA; and Sandyk R., 1997, 1998, Department of Neuroscience at the Institute for Biomedical Engineering and Rehabilitation Services of Touro College, Dix Hills, NY, USA

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