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In a recent segment of Office Hours with MagnaWave CEO Pat Ziemer, the subject of heart health and knee replacement therapy with PEMF came up. One of our practitioners, Jason, recently had a knee replacement. He called in during Office Hours to share his testimony as he uses MagnaWave to help in his recovery.

Jason was discharged about four days post knee replacement surgery. When he first started using MagnaWave for his knee replacement, he was only MagnaWaving the knee for five to ten minutes a day. The swelling wasn’t getting any better, but it wasn’t getting worse either. He described the inflammation to include his entire leg from the hip to the ankle.

He continued to MagnaWave the knee replacement until his first follow-up with his doctor, which was one-week post-surgery. The surgeon took one look at him and was deeply concerned about the swelling. They thought he had a blood clot and the initial prognosis wasn’t great. After some testing, they ruled out the blood clot and discovered his lymph nodes weren’t allowing the fluid to drain off his leg. The nodes were both bruised and in a sort of shock.

So, Jason began using the MagnaWave Semi at three intervals of ten minutes a day. He MagnaWaved his entire leg from the hip all the way to his ankle, rather than just his knee. By day nine the swelling was almost entirely gone. He did increase his MagnaWave sessions as he progressed to forty-five minutes a day at different intervals, adjusting based on how much he moved around during the day.


Jason is currently in physical therapy, which prompted Mr. Ziemer to ask, “When you do your treatment on your knee, are you exercising your knee?” Jason says he recently began flexing his knee while he’s using MagnaWave. He’s focusing on his calf because a cyst had formed there. They cyst broke up shortly after he began a combination of massaging, flexing and MagnaWaving it.

This wasn’t Jason’s first knee surgery. He went on to explain that in 2003 that same knee had him out of work for almost nine weeks. He’s thrilled that, with the help of MagnaWave his knee replacement recovery is taking half that time!


Knee replacement recovery wasn’t the only hot topic for this session of Office Hours. MagnaWave for heart health was also discussed. One caller posed Mr. Ziemer with the question: What are the parameters for MagnaWave around the heart for either an equine or human?

Mr. Ziemer explained, “If you’re MagnaWaving the upper back of a person, that signal is penetrating the whole body. It’s also penetrating the heart. There’s nothing happening that is going to impede the electrical stability of the heart. The fact is you’re in a magnetic field all the time in your life, and you’re around various things that are creating signals that are going through your body. But the potential of the pulsing has never really been an issue with the heart.”

Mr. Ziemer cited his wife’s own use of MagnaWave for her heart issues on her upper back as an example. Mrs. Ziemer has a history of heart concerns including a stent in her heart, an ascending aortic aneurysm, a hole in her heart which had to have a wire mesh heart repair. Her doctors were always aware that she uses MagnaWave for heart health and conditions without negative effects.

Mrs. Ziemer continues to MagnaWave herself for herniated discs in her upper back just at the heart level. She’s been MagnaWaving for 12 years and it’s had no detriment to her heart. However, MagnaWave encourages everyone to check with their doctor before beginning MagnaWave sessions for heart conditions. Ask questions, be informed.


If you or your client have a pacemaker or defibrillator there are limitations to using MagnaWave for heart healthYou can’t use MagnaWave over a pacemaker or defibrillator. However, with some of the newer pacemakers, doctors have said you can use MagnaWave over your heart. Also, for those people who are MagnaWaving their hips, legs or feet, but have a pacemaker or defibrillator, MagnaWave should be fine to use on the lower half of the body. As always, you should talk to your doctor first.

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