M. Squibb

Author's details

Name: Mark Squibb
Date registered: May 4, 2013

Latest posts

  1. PEMF – Ankylosing Spondylitis — October 23, 2013
  2. Meniere’s & Tinnitus Protocol — September 7, 2013
  3. 11 Kids + Bad Shoulder = Bad — December 16, 2012
  4. Hummers vs Ringers — December 15, 2012
  5. Chris Thomas 100m Olympic Hopeful — March 20, 2012

Most commented posts

  1. WHN PEMF Forum — 2 comments
  2. An answer to my prayers — 2 comments
  3. Zeta Probe Accelerates Recovery — 2 comments
  4. Acute Injury – Catching Up with Dr. G — 2 comments
  5. PEMF Response Predictor — 1 comment

Author's posts listings

Oct 23

PEMF – Ankylosing Spondylitis

Dr. Larry Jaggers gives a video report of how – PEMF – Therapy worked with his ankylosing spondylitis. Dr. Jaggers is widely educated in conventional and alternative healing methods and renders a professionally qualified personal opinion of PEMF therapy performance.

Sep 07

Meniere’s & Tinnitus Protocol

Frederick spent 5+ years with dizziness, or  Meniere’s triggered by stress and travel. We developed this protocol based on stuck inner ear inflammation.  It worked in an afternoon.  Meniere’s is closely related to tinnitus…

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Dec 16

11 Kids + Bad Shoulder = Bad

Hi – My name is Marsha – 11 kids call me mom. I hurt my shoulder 10 months ago.  This is my story…

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Dec 15

Hummers vs Ringers

Would you like to know the difference between a hummer and a ringer? I’ve been asked to explain this difference many times because it’s the main difference between PEMF Devices like MagnaPulse and resonant devices like MRS and Curatron.   Here is an explanation – of my opinion of the differences.

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Mar 20

Chris Thomas 100m Olympic Hopeful

Chris Thomas has been training for years to run in the 2012 Olympics.  His performance was, until today, limited by a hamstring knot.  This 4 minute video chronicles resolution of this injury in a single session using advanced MagnaPulse therapy.

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Feb 24

PEMF First Time

PEMF First Time The first challenge of a PEMF device is proper usage. PEMF devices produce an almost immediate benefit, with very rare adverse responses.  This protocol enables a self guided initial therapy experience.

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Oct 19

PEMF Response Predictor

How many times have you wanted a guide to manage successful initial PEMF therapy – that didn’t blindly quote an arbitrary number of minutes?  If you’re like me, at least a thousand. How often have you wanted to tell a person what to expect from a PEMF session?  How much relief was likely, or how …

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Mar 28

Broken Nose – PEMF Zeta Probe

Brandon broke his nose on a knee board 45 minutes prior to therapy.   This video shows his injury immediately after and at 24 hours. Use of a Zeta Probe: Reduced pain immediately; Reduced secondary trauma; Bruising & swelling were reduced by approximately 75% of untreated levels; in 14 minutes.

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Feb 20

Acute Injury – Catching Up with Dr. G

One of the leading sports therapists, Dr. G, explains how the MagnaPulse reduces inflammation. Dr. G reports that he gets at least a 50% reduction in discomfort with only 2 five minute cycles with sports injury.

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Dec 19

Zeta Probe Accelerates Recovery

The Zeta Probe, originally designed to aid in stroke recovery enables near overnight recovery from acute and chronic ankle injury with two NFL football players. Each case had been treated several times with standard PEMF coils, with limited results, including maximum “training room” care.

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