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Compiled PEMF Research

This page pro­vides an orga­nized view of a vast library of infor­ma­tion regard­ing the bio­log­i­cal effects pulsed elec­tro­mag­net­ic fields.  The major­i­ty of these ref­er­ences sup­port effi­ca­cy for a wide range of phys­i­cal con­di­tions

PEMF / Blood Experiments

These exper­i­ments dual effects of PEMF on an in vit­ro sam­ple of blood.


  1. In each case, blood was placed on a slide.
  2. Slide was marked by an arti­fact non-ery­thro­cyte arti­fact
  3. Slide was exposed to PEMF over time
  4. Slide was returned to micro­scope and results record­ed


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These pro­to­cols com­bine PEMF, nutri­tion­al sup­ple­ments and com­ple­men­tary ener­getic tech­niques. The white papers pro­vide nov­el dis­ease eti­ol­o­gy expla­na­tions and sug­gest why PEMF is effec­tive, and how to improve results by inte­gra­tion with oth­er tech­nolo­gies.

PEMF Theater

These pre­sen­ta­tions sup­port How and why Pulsed Mag­net­ic Fields work on a
cel­lu­lar lev­el.
Mem­brane Pow­er sup­ports ther­a­peu­tic cel­lu­lar effects of pulsed fields.
It also begins expla­na­tion of why why pulsed fields seem ben­e­fit a wide range of
sys­temic con­di­tions.

Click on this video pre­sen­ta­tion for a dis­cus­sion regard­ing the cel­lu­lar influ­ence of PEMF on mito­chon­dria and cel­lu­lar ener­gy. With Per­mis­sion This dis­cus­sion describes the cell mem­brane qual­i­ty, potas­si­um metabol­sim, and describes closed-lock loops dis­ease mod­el­ing. Pre­sen­ta­tion by Mark Squibb, with per­mis­sion.

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Research pub­li­ca­tions here, strong­ly shows that pulsed fields are effec­tive for many
health con­di­tions. In many cas­es, the bio­log­i­cal effects of pulsed fields are sup­port­ed with about 42 med­ical­ly cred­i­ble dou­ble-blind place­bo con­trolled tri­als. These clin­i­cal tri­al results, both pos­i­tive and neg­a­tive, sup­port the cel­lu­lar effi­ca­cy mech­a­nism described in our pre­sen­ta­tion on Mem­brane Pow­er, as it describes ana­bol­ic and potas­si­um metab­o­lism effects.

Cat­e­go­ry Fast­Track Research Arti­cle Count PubMed
Autoim­mune Autoim­mune 2 220 142,000+
3 39 1,260,000+
Rheuma­toid Arthri­tis 2 69 1,280,000+
Lupus 4
Can­cer 4 209 1,210,000+
Endocrine Hor­mon­al 2 81 671,000+
Sleep 23
Mela­tonin 11 26 133,000+
Anti Path­o­gen­ic 168
Neur­al Neu­ro­log­i­cal 20 385 1,090,000+
11 5 147,000+
Migraines 4 6 332,000+
Epilep­sy 1 11 260,000+
Parkin­son’s 10 65 734,000+
Psy­cho­log­i­cal Anx­i­ety 2 9 667,000+
Depres­sion 23 11 975,000+
Ath­let­ic Per­for­mance 1 5 220,000+
5 73 1,270,000+
Regen­er­a­tion Burns 2 12 1,260,000+
Sleep 1 45 1,020,000+
Stroke 1 69 1,050,000+
Vas­cu­lar 4 235 1,120,000+
Vision 4 41 359,000+
Skele­tal Bone/Osteo 8 273 1,160,000+
Osteoarthri­tis 9 46 406,000+
Osteo­poro­sis 2 37 204,000+
17 779 1,130,000+
Pain 4 111 1,090,000+
Back Pain 2 118 878,000+
Mis­cel­la­neous Mis­cel­la­neous 1 2436 30,900,000+
Ther­a­py 7 672 1,230,000+

Click Here to review ALL, 5500+, Pubmed arti­cles on Pulsed Mag­net­ic Fields.

This research cor­re­sponds to use of PEMF devices includ­ing, but not lim­it­ed to the Papi­mi, Mag­na­Pulse



    • adele on March 2, 2011 at 9:44 pm
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    Have you had any good results with treat­ing spas­mod­ic tor­ti­col­lis. I was injured at work have been treat­ed by phys­io­ther­a­pists ossteopaths unsucess­ful­ly. Would the mag­na­pulse be able to help my con­di­tion? I look for­ward to your reply.

    1. For our oth­er read­ers, Spas­mod­ic Tor­ti­col­lis is an invol­un­tary head jerk.
      Neu­ro­log­i­cal issues often respond to PEMF. My son recent­ly had an episode Tourette-like symp­toms. which resolved imme­di­ate­ly after Oxy­gen Mul­ti­step Ther­a­py — Quick Pro­ce­dure . I believe he was hav­ing neu­ro­log­i­cal “spasms” due to pos­si­ble vac­cine-relat­ed issues. Touret­te’s spasms are very neu­ro­log­i­cal­ly sim­i­lar to Spas­mod­ic Tor­ti­col­lis (which is iso­lat­ed to the neck mus­cles).
      His symp­toms have remained resolved for at least 6 months. Both ther­a­pies are good can­di­dates for exper­i­men­ta­tion. Hope this helps

      • ashok on March 23, 2012 at 6:00 am
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      my neck pain used to last for amonth also. now with pneu­mat­ic trac­tion and pemf it is gone in less than 1 hr. i con­tin­ue treat­ment inter­mitt. for 3day.

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