PEMF Studies From Around The World
We at Magna Wave want to welcome you to the world of PEMF: Pulsed Electromagnetic Field. PEMF is widely used in Eastern Europe and other parts of Europe, where it has been a standard therapy. While this is a new technology in North America, it is an innovative, emerging technology, with an already extensive research base behind it. Follow the link below to review the work that has been done in Europe and other countries to help you understand the opportunities in the use of (bio)magnetics and magnetic therapy. The PEMF modality is FDA cleared in the U.S. for nonunion fractures, incontinence, migraine headaches, Novocure for some forms of cancer and more. Three studies are currently underway with our PEMF devices for submission to the FDA for final clearance.
Doctor Robert Jay Rowan Talks About PEMF
PEMF TRUMPS DANGEROUS STEROIDS!
How might that happen? A study showed that PEMF stimulated cultured fibroblasts to make more collagen! This will help strength and
flexibility in tendons and ligaments. My chelation mentor Garry Gordon, DO, has told me of his incredible fixes of lame horses. The horses are
so happy with the treatments, that when they see the therapist and machine approaching the fence, the animals come over on their own to get
treated! That’s NOT placebo! If you suffer from diabetic neuropathy, I have good news. PEMF reduces pain and assists nerve repair in just a
few weeks! So how does it work? Let’s start with the cell……
NASA On Stimulating Growth And Repair
NASA4-YEAR COLLABORATIVE STUDY ON THE EFFICACY OF ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS TO STIMULATE GROWTH AND REPAIR IN MAMMALIAN TISSUES NASA/TP-2003-212054*
For brevity we summarized the 33 page technical paper which we feel represents the essence of that communication. For those who wish to review the molecular and genetic portion of the report, refer to……
Veterinary Application Of Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy
RESEARCH INTO PULSED MAGNETIC FIELD THERAPY
Although the therapeutic use of pulsed magnetic fields has long been in existence, understanding of its mode of action has been poorly understood. As early as 1940, Nagelshmidt proposed that its action was at the cellular level and this has now been supported by research. It has been shown that damaged cells have a reduced negative charge, with subsequent effect on the flow of ions. This causes a build-up of fluid and prevents the normal cellular metabolism from taking place. Research by Bauer and more recently by Sansaverino (1980), confirmed that pulsed electromagnetic fields can restore the ionic balance and return the cell to its normal functions.