Decades of PEMF Research
PEMF therapy has been in use since the invention of electricity. There has been PEMF research done for decades for many medical conditions. As early as 1841, PEMF research studied the potential to aid bone healing. During the early 1900s, PEMF research was done in healing and cellular wellness. Scientists became more serious about PEMF research in the mid-1950s. During the 1970s, PEMF research studied a technique that employed a very specific biphasic low-frequency signal applied for non-union/delayed fractures. In 1974, Alan Dwyer of Australia did PEMF research on the lumbosacral region. He reported successful initiation of graft incorporation in 11 or 12 fusion patients.
PEMF Research has Focused on:
- The health of muscles, nerves, tendons, ligaments, and cartilage
- Reducing pain
- Cellular Regeneration
With more than 40 years of PEMF research, scientists believe that the pulsed signal nudges the body’s chemistry so the healing process may proceed more rapidly. European PEMF research has proven Neurological, Physiological and Psychological benefits.
Results of PEMF Research can be Seen in Animals and Humans.
PEMF research has been made a priority at the National Institutes of Health. Some devices are approved by the FDA for fusing broken bones, muscle stimulation, pain and tissue swelling and treating depression due to the PEMF research. Many devices are still undergoing PEMF research for FDA approval.
World Wide PEMF Research
Israel conducted PEMF research and has accepted devices for migraine headaches. Canada has accepted devices for several uses after PEMF research. After conducting PEMF research, the European Union has accepted the use of PEMF for healing and recovery from trauma, degeneration and the treatment of the pain and range of motion issues. PEMF research in Germany, Swiss and Austria has also helped promote the safe use of PEMF devices. PEMF has been used throughout Europe for many years. PEMF research has repeatedly shown better tissue repair in far less time, with no adverse reactions.
PEMF Research by NASA
NASA performed a 4-year PEMF research lead by Dr. Thomas Goodwin, Ph.D. on the ability of electromagnetic fields ability to improve the growth and repair of tissues in mammals. This PEMF research is a landmark in proving the efficacy of PEMF therapy on human cells for healing, growth and regeneration and the stimulation of neural stem cells. Read more about the NASA PEMF research.
According to PEMF research, electromagnetic therapy re-energizes damaged cells by inducing electrical changes within the cell that restore it to its normal healthy state.
This boost in metabolism helps to:
- Regenerate Blood Cells
- Increase Circulation and Oxygenation
- Improves health of immune system
- Bones and joints become stronger
PEMF Research finds Electromagnetic Therapy to be Safe
After 40 years of PEMF research in Europe and thousands of treatments safely given, electromagnetic therapy is considered to be safe. PEMF research has found no adverse side effects. PEMF therapy is not painful and can feel good and relaxing. PEMF therapy is not intrusive and can be administered through clothing. PEMF should not be used if you have an implanted cardiac pacemaker.
PEMF Research and Devices
PEMF Research has found that real therapeutic effect is achieved when using professional, clinical strength machines. High power, low-intensity devices used in PEMF research, were found to allow for more targeted and penetrating pulses to hit their target and perform in less amount of time. PEMF research has found that a pulsed waveform is preferred over static magnets. The NASA PEMF research demonstrated that a rapid time-varying waveform is most effective for promoting healing and regeneration.
Magna Wave is involved in PEMF Research
Currently, Magna Wave is involved in PEMF research with three clinical trials underway in the United States. This PEMF research is for final submission to the FDA for U.S. FDA clearance.
Magna Wave Offers PEMF Research Knowledge and Devices
Magna Wave has been in business for over 10 years. Magna Wave is constantly providing PEMF research and working on ways to improve their technology. Magna Wave devices are CE (Human) approved in Europe and 127 other countries. Find Magna Wave PEMF devices here. Magna Wave offers training and certification.