MedGizmo - MedGizmo PEMF Series: Part I Overview
11.06.2016, 01:59   MedGizmo

MedGizmo PEMF Series: Part I Overview

With this post, MedGizmo starts its PEMF series, where we are providing key reference information on Pulsating Electromagnetic Field Therapy, and its practical applications in Healthcare. We do not have a goal to position ourselves as an ultimate expert in the field, rather we serve as a center for reference information only.
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The story of Magnetic Field Therapy goes back about five hundred years, when Paracelsus, a Swiss physician and alchemist, started treatment of diseases by magnets. It was not very effective, since natural stones were rather weak; however, science discoveries and works by Gauss, Weber, Faraday and Maxwell, opened new ways of using magnetism that was induced by electricity. Only in 1843 Eydam I. published the first thesis on application of a magnetic field to the human body for therapeutic purposes. Since that time these applications accelerated. In 1976 Dr. Kyoichi Nakagawa of Japan, authored a theory "Magnetic Field Deficiency Syndrome" where he claims that the Earth's magnetic field has weakened on average by about 6%; and in the last thousand years it has fallen nearly 30%. Dr. Nakagawa argues that since humans evolved in a magnetic field, it is necessary for proper health. A falling magnetic field puts us at risk and magnetic therapy can make up the deficit. Nowadays, significant number of researchers support  Dr. Nakagawa’s theory. Those interested in history, can read more in “A Brief History of Pulsed Electro Magnetic Field Therapy”.

Over recent decades the usage of Magnetic Field Therapy, is accepted method of therapy in human and animal care. Its biggest advantage is - that it is safe, drugless and painless - works on tissue and bone damage conditions. The following table briefly summarizes the effects of PEMF:
 
Some of the conditions which PEMF may respond to: Low Back Pain, Sports Injuries, Open Ulcers, Circulation Conditions, Chronic Pain, Degenerative Problems, Hemorrhoids, and Bone Damage Problems. This is not the full list; in our subsequent post we will have a closer look at some specific issues.
 We would not go deep into theoretical explanations of how PEMF works. Rather, we provide links to some of numerous Web-resources on the subject. We understand, that it is impossible to list all of informational sources, however, we have picked up the ones that are most informative.



www.pemfinfo.com
 

This is the resource that is actually a repository of reference links to scholarly and practical applications papers. If you go to Sitemap page, you may find complete list of links to 28 various categories associated with PEMF research and applications; some of them are: Anxiety Disorders; Athletic Performance ; Back Pain; Burns; Cancer; Depression; Epilepsy; Injury Recovery; Migraine; Neurological; Parkinson's Disease; Rheumatoid Arthritis; Sleep


http://www.pemf.us/ pemf.us
- The Edwards Group
 

This resource provides information on the following: Overview: PEMF - Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Field; PEMF Products; PEMF Scientific Studies; User Testimonials; Demonstration/Used PEMF Generator Equipment Specials


http://www.pemf.com/en/
 
The primary purpose of this website is to give those interested in PEMF's (pulsed electromagnetic fields) insights into the fundamental significance, the scientific background and the effects of complementary medical application of PEMF's. The site has the following: History, Magnetic Field, Waveforms, Intensity, Frequencies, Static Magnets, Schumann Waves, Resonance, Biological Windows, Organ Clock, HRV, Evidence


Ben Philipson  PEMF Explained http://www.pemf.tv/
 

Everything you need to know before you buy any PEMF device or PEMF machine. There are 24 pages that explain every detail: Technology; PEMF Buyers Guide and many others


http://www.pemft.net/

 



PEMF Therapy Information- PEMF Devices & Machine Reviews

This is a very good resource where, beside detailed information on technology, you may find overview of various therapeutic devices – not only PEMF, but other magnetotherapy technologies: Biofeedback Machines; Chi Machines; EE System/Scalar Waves , EMF protection , Infrared Therapy Beds; Ionic Footbaths; LEDs; Multiwave Oscillators; Radionics Devices; Static Magnetic Products; Zappers.

I strongly suggest to watch 3 video series by Bryant Meyers that summarizes the information in his book "PEMF - The 5th Element of Health".


Discover What PEMF Therapy is, how it works, why you need it, and the many benefits it provides. These are
  • Stronger bones
  • Endorphins and pain relief
  • Better sleep and HGH secretion
  • Better oxygenation and circulation
  • Improved Immunity
  • Relaxation and stress reduction
  • Nerve and tissue regeneration

You learn that the Earth's natural PEMF is an essential element just like food, water, sunlight and oxygen. What to look for in a PEMF therapy device.


This concludes our first Post of MedGizmo PEMF Series. In the next Posts we will continue overview of best Web resources and will have a look at certain conditions and cases. We encourage readers to provide their comments to gimzo@medgizmo.info
11.06.2016, 01:59   MedGizmo
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