Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy

The incidence of type 2 diabetes has increased strikingly in the last several decades. Accompanying this development has been an increase in the incidence of diabetic neuropathy, leading to progressive pain, loss of sensation (primarily in the feet), weakness, and disability. Conventional therapy has consisted largely of attempts to control the diabetes and to moderate the pain.

Pulsed Electromagnetic Field therapy (PEMF) is a safe, and non-invasive way to reduce pain and inflammation. It can be used to supplement and enhance currently existing healthcare modalities. The PEMF apparatus includes various devices including full body mats, localized pad applicators, and pinpointed probe or “spot” applicators.

PEMF can be thought of as a whole-body (100 trillion cells) battery recharger. According to Bryant A. Meyers, author ofPEMF – The Fifth Element of Health, PEMF works by “improving adenosine triphosphate [ATP] production, increasing oxygenation, enhancing circulation, promoting hydration, facilitating detoxification,” and gaining a better overall absorption of nutrients.1

How Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy Works

Pulsed Electromagnetic Field therapy uses healthy electromagnetic frequencies, as opposed to cell phone frequencies, to enhance overall health and wellness. Every cell in the body has a negative charge on the cell wall. For nerve cells, this is approximately -60 mV; other cells may vary in the net negative charge. To maintain healthy levels of this negative charge, potassium and magnesium should be contained inside the cells, while calcium and sodium ideally remain outside the cells.

Obviously, there are scores of fundamentals—vitamins, minerals, hormones—that must be maintained at an optimal level for cell health. The pH of the blood, normally 7.4, is, of course, essential, as are significant excesses or deficiencies of nutrients; and numerous toxins must also be kept at bay. While all these factors play an important role in cell health, the electrical health of cells is one of the most critical of all the vital elements.

Starting in the 1960’s, the author (CNS) introduced the concept of stimulating parts of the body—brain, nerve, spinal cord, or skin—to control pain.2 The most widely used of these techniques is Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) or electroacupuncture. For TENS, frequencies of 1 to 100 Hz are used. For cranial stimulation, up to 15,000 Hz is optimal. The Liss CES, now sold as the Fisher-Wallace, emits 15,000 Hz, 500 Hz, and 15 Hz. The Alpha-Stim puts out up to 12,000 Hz.

In 1994 Dr. Shealy began working with human DNA frequencies when he studied Microwave Resonance Frequency in the Ukraine. Physicians there had discovered that DNA resonates at 52 to 78 GHz at one billionth of a watt per cm square. They had used these frequencies and intensities to treat over 250,000 patients. Such frequencies are produced with a Tesla coil at very high voltage through a spark gap.

The first reported use of such frequencies in the US was for restoration of dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) in patients with diabetic neuropathy.3 Since then, the author has applied these frequencies to specific acupuncture circuits to raise DHEA, oxytocin, neurotensin, and calcitonin or to normalize aldosterone and lower free radical production. In addition, Dr. Shealy reported significant telomere regeneration of 3% to 4% annually using total body PEMF at the Giga frequencies.4

By  Norman Shealy, MD, PhD and Sergey Sorgin, MD

04/15/2016

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