Magnetic therapy for pain treatment applications is as old as civilization. Modernly the most profound effects can be achieved using magnetic therapy’s cousin pulsed electromagnetic field therapy or PEMF therapy for Pain.
6 decades of Eastern European PEMF research proved pulsed electromagnetic fields highly effective in a diverse range of therapeutic applications with no side-effects or adverse reactions. Got pain?…pulsed electromagnetic field therapy is more than likely the answer to your prayers.
“He can still flex his foot/toes and walk without the use of his cane. even navigating up and down stairs…the constant intense pain in his toes and bottom of foot is still gone.”
As with other applications, the powers that be would like you to think that pharmacological substances are your best choice. We think before a doctor gets you hooked on pain pills, he should become an addict first so he can experience that himself. Along those lines, the published research is rife with red-herring studies that are either poorly designed or like the Cochrane database simply ‘tools’ of big-pharma.
Magnet therapy using permanent magnets used in pain management for centuries, particularly in Asia. Magnetic therapy using static-field magnets has been proven more effective than placebo for eons in Asian peer reviewed studies, though effects are not nearly as great or fast acting as with pulsed electromagnetic field therapy, frequency specific micro-current, TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation). The most successful peer reviewed static-magnetic field studies are being performed in Asia where duration of study is adequately long. Unlike pulsed electromagnetic field therapy, static magnetic field effects generally take weeks and months to manifest.
Frequency specificity in pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (PEMF) is more important than strength of the pulsed electromagnetic field. See MoreATP: The Mitochondrial Theory of Aging in Reverse.
Frequency specificity is currently being investigated in the West after Eastern European research found particular frequency (10 Hz) more effective than others more than 3 decades ago. I caution against the use of pulsed radiofrequencies as they actually destroy pain signal pathways (not repair them) and debilitates the Mitochondrion.
Proper use of frequency specificity and duration of application won’t just reduce pain, it will heal the cause of the pain, particularly where no nutritional deficiency. In December 2014 begun use of Organic Sulfur (one teaspoon per day in juice and seltzer) to assist the use of frequency specific (10 Hz) pulsed electromagnetic field therapy in nerve and tissue regeneration. I have since January 2013 not taken ANY maintenance dose (previously 2-3 times per week) of joint formula and at 56 years old both shoulders, hips and knees feel terrific. Use of Organic Sulfur (not MSM) works phenomenally well in conjunction with pulsed electromagnetic field therapy and Sulfur is key component in ALL types of tissue regeneration. I still suggest GLC2000 at first along with PEMF and sulfur until recovery plateaus.
Links to Organic Sulfur information and my source. Adequate Sulfur intake allows body to generate its own glucosomine SULFATE and chondroitin SULFATE!…along with organ and other tissues. Hair grows much faster and nails need trimming twice per week. Evidently we are all sulfur deficient without supplemental sulfur.
http://www.naturodoc.com/sulfurstudy.htm (my Organic Sulfur source that ships international)
“Paula, my wife, after being very leery of gadgetry and supplements became a believer. Her improvement has been just short of spectacular. Her rheumatoid arthritis is about 80% less than before.”
Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy is relatively new protocol for pain in the West, but over the last 4 decades has proven to be side-effect free and at least somewhat effective based upon the following studies which rarely utilize the most effective protocols (10 Hz relatively low amplitude over long duration treatment times). Rarely do peer-reviewed PEMF studies prove less effective than placebo;…when they do, frequency, amplitude and wave-form are questionable. In about 2008-09, pulsed electromagnetic field therapy applied locally to source of pain (so as to heal the source of pain) has yielded to more studies of rTMS (repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation) and analgesic effect in the brain vs. application of pulsed electromagnetic field at the source of pain. A combination of both would be well served but we find not really necessary as you can eradicate pain signal source. Rebuild the tissue and rid the source of the pain.
“I have been dealing with major chronic pain since my car accident that left me paralyzed over 21 years ago. It has kept me up sleepless nights to where I can’t go to sleep til 5,6,or 7am. My father is a witness to this. EARTHPULSE has finally allowed me to get some sleep during hours I never imagined I would gain back. It is truly a miracle and a blessing in disguise.”
EarthPulse™ pulsed electromagnetic field therapy is modeled after Eastern European’s most effective and well tested frequency and wave-forms as one of its programs separate and apart from its FOUR SLEEP-MODES, in a very adaptable and portable system that is primarily designed for nighttime use, however can also be applied locally during the day and night. If it doesn’t exceed your expectations (for any purpose), just return it for a full refund (less shipping charges).
If you’ve got fibromyalgia pain (or migraine headaches), PEMF is the answer to your prayers and we have very rarely seen it fail.
Neither Migraine nor Fibromyalgia and pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF) or repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) has been well researched in the peer-reviewed journals (but likewise we see an up-tick in research here) so you will only find a few references in those bibliographies. Hopefully as in case of Parkinson’s, stroke and Alzheimer’s this will increase over time. Another failure by the medical mainstream to pay attention, or a concerted effort to ignore the evidence.
Magnetic Therapy for Pain: Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF) Bibliographical Database
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