La rémunération des PEMF n’était pas à l’ordre du jour, le SNUipp a cependant demandé que le régime indemnitaire des PEMF ne soit plus lié à l’exercice de certaines missions mais à leur fonction et qu’il soit aligné sur celui des CPD-EPS et CP. Le ministère a répondu que le contexte budgétaire ne permettait pas de prévoir une augmentation conséquente pour les PEMF, mais prévoit de passer l’indemnité de fonction de tutrat à 1000 euros au lieu de 929 euros actuels.
Pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) technologies have shown usefulness as adjunctive therapy for the treatment of both delayed-union fractures1 and chronic wounds.2 These relatively simple devices use an external, non-invasive PEMF to generate shorts bursts of electrical current in injured tissue without producing heat or interfering with nerve or muscle function. Recently, increased understanding of the mechanism of action of PEMF therapy has permitted technologic advances yielding economical and disposable PEMF devices. With these devices, PEMF therapy has been broadened to include the treatment of postoperative pain and edema in both outpatient and home settings,3 offering the physician a more versatile tool for patient management.
Pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy isn’t typically as well-known as other forms of treatment such as chiropractic, massage, and physical therapy. Therefore, many people assume that it’s a relatively new remedy, leaving it wide open for speculation when it comes to its positive effects. However, the truth is, PEMF has actually been used to help people live a healthier life for quite a long time.
Common shoulder problems that can cause pain are strain or tendinopathy of the rotator cuff (supraspinatus, subscapularis, infraspinatus and teres minor), glenoid labral tear, glenohumeral instability or dislocation, acromioclavicular sprain and/or fractured distal end of the clavicle, and muscle strain or tear of the pectoralis major or long head of the biceps. Other common causes of shoulder pain can be based on referred pain from the cervical or thoracic spine, or pathology of the brachial plexus.
Effects of a pulsed electromagnetic therapy on multiple sclerosis fatigue and quality of life: a double-blind, placebo controlled trial; Lappin MS; Altern Ther Health Med. 2003 Jul-Aug;9(4):38-48. This study is a follow-up to a placebo controlled pilot study in which multiple sclerosis (MS) patients exposed to weak, extremely low frequency pulsed electromagnetic fields showed significant improvements on a composite symptom measure. This study was a multi-site, double-blind, placebo controlled, crossover trial involving 117 patients with MS. Each subject received 4 weeks of the active and placebo treatments separated by a 2-week washout period. Paired t-tests were used to assess treatment differences in the 117 subjects (81% of the initial sample) who completed both treatment sessions. Improvements in fatigue and overall quality of life were significantly greater on the active device.

Taping patients may support retraining of correct movement patterns. However, using asymptomatic subjects Cools et al (2002) showed that tape application intended to inhibit the upper and facilitate the lower trapezius had no effect on electromyographic activity in the serratus anterior or all three portions of the trapezius with resisted or un-resisted flexion and abduction of the shoulder. The authors suggested altered timing as a possible explanation for the clinically observed effects of taping. In contrast, in patients with subacromial impingement Selkowitz et al (2007) did show that similar taping decreased upper trapezius and increased lower trapezius activity during a functional overhead-reaching task and that it decreased upper trapezius activity during shoulder abduction in the scapular plane. Mechanisms suggested to be involved in taping include facilitation or augmentation of proprioceptive cutaneous input, tension when movement occurs outside of the movement pattern allowed by the taping application, and inhibition or facilitation by taping shortened overactive muscles in a lengthened position, whereas the tape might be used hold lengthened under-active muscles in a shortened position. Various taping techniques appropriate for patients with impingement have been described in the literature (Morrissey 2000, Kneeshaw 2002) (Fig 16.5). Morrissey (2000) suggested that when the positive effect on the movement pattern or on symptoms was maintained, taping could be discontinued.
All energy is electromagnetic in nature. All atoms, chemicals and cells produce electromagnetic fields (EMFs). Every organ in the body produces its own signature bio-electromagnetic field. Science has proven that our bodies actually project their own magnetic fields and that all 70 trillion cells in the body communicate via electromagnetic frequencies.

They can be. Evidence is mounting that a new form of pollution called “electrosmog” is a very real threat because it is disruptive to cell metabolism. Manmade, unnatural EMFs come from electrical wiring and equipment, for example, power lines, communications towers, computers, TVs, cell phones – everything from the wiring in our homes to fluorescent lighting to microwave ovens, hair dryers, clock radios, electric blankets and more.

The ergogenic athletic performance enhancement effects of our PEMF systems exceed anything reported in the scientific literature for increasing strength, stamina, VO2 Max or averting training-induced soreness. Unlike hypoxic training, hyperbaric oxygen or PEMF therapy systems, EarthPulse™ PEMF takes absolutely no effort at all other than turning it on when going to bed. It works synergistically with all nutritional programs and appears to qualify as an adaptogen and anabolic when paired with rigorous physical training.
There have been thousands of scientific studies on the effects of PEMF Devices. PEMF accelerates the healing of: soft tissue injuries, inflammatory joints, delayed and non-union fractures, and improves circulation and cellular metabolism. PEMF THERAPY is used in some clinics for the following conditions: Acid burns, Arthritis, Asthma, Bone fractures, Burns, Coronary disease, Depression, Eye disease, Fibromyalgia, Headaches, Infections, Inflammation, Insomnia, Leg edema, Liver problems, Lumbago, Menopause complaints, Migraine headache, Muscular atrophy, Muscular cramps, Nephritis, Nephroses, Neuralgia, Osteoporoses, Period cramps, Pigmentation, Poor circulation, Post – operative pains, Psoriosis, Rheumatism, Sexual disturbances, Skin problems, Tennis elbow, Tinnitus, Tooth extraction, Ulcus cruris, Wound healing.
Speaking of how you may feel when receiving PEMF therapy, most people claim to feel nothing, however do not be surprised if you feel a slight tingling sensation from the electrical static produced by the PEMF. Others have claimed that whilst receiving PEMF treatment they experienced stress relief as the treatment progressed, so if you are a highly stressed individual (like myself) this may just be the thing for you.
Although I am certified in cardiology and gastroenterology, a significant portion of my practice is now devoted to exploring how PST achieves its benefits.10 I have treated 1000 patients, most of whom had knee OA, with very gratifying results similar to those reported in the literature. The panel cited two prior efforts to establish guidelines for treating knee OA, emphasising that these “primarily represent consensus statements from expert panels” and “The type and strength of evidence to support such guidelines remain unclear.” Their stated objective, therefore, was to “develop guidelines relating to clinical issues in OA management, and to indicate clearly the level of evidence to support individual statements”. However, electromagnetic therapy approaches were again omitted, though at least one of the members is quite familiar with PST. The reason for this exclusion is not clear and I believe that your readership deserves to be aware of this extremely safe and effective option.
Although they are both mats and share some of the same health benefits, they are actually quite different… a PEMF device uses an electromagnetic pulse to administer healing.  The BioMat combines far infrared light, negative ion technology and the healing properties of amethyst crystal to deliver its.  The list of health benefit bullets above all apply to BioMat use, but there is a key feature that the PEMF device cannot list:
Stationary (or “static”), non-varying, magnetic fields from magnets have fixed strengths. They are used in mattresses, bracelets, knee wraps and the like. Most have very shallow penetration into the body, resulting in a very limited ability to affect deeper tissues, and they rarely treat all the cells of the body simultaneously. Only skilled practitioners may guide you to get the best results from these approaches.
Bergman et al (2004) compared medical care (consisting of oral analgesics or NSAID, education, advice, corticosteroid infiltrations and physical therapy referral for exercise, modalities, massage after 6 weeks) to medical care with up to 6 treatments of thrust and non-thrust manipulative interventions to the ribs and cervical-thoracic spine over 12 weeks in patients with shoulder symptoms and dysfunction of cervico-thoracic spine and adjacent ribs. At 12 weeks, 43% of the manipulation group and 21% of the medical care group reported full recovery. A 17-percentage point difference favouring manipulation still existed at 52 weeks. During intervention and follow-up a consistent between-group difference in severity of the main complaint, shoulder pain and disability, and general health favoured the manual therapy group.
However, I felt the major benefit for myself was in breaking the connection with digestion (full tummy) and symptoms. One of the things which still plagued me was that, after main meals, my symptoms would escalate and the PD medication just wouldn't work for about three hour. Hence most evenings, I would have to endure at least a couple of hours of pain and rigidity, together with the resulting mental anguish.

ORL : L'ORL, Observation réfléchie de la langue, est une démarche d'enseignement de la grammaire introduite par les programmes de 2002. Elle consiste à partir de textes d'auteurs dont on dégage un aspect par l'observation. Le but de cette observation ciblée est à la fois de produire une règle et de réutiliser en production écrite ce qui a été constaté. En raison de la difficulté à mettre en oeuvre cette pédagogie et du manque d'outils disponibles, elle n'a été réellement mise en place que dans un faible pourcentage des classes. D'autre part, il est faux de dire comme on l'entend souvent que cette démarche est une nouveauté de 2002. En effet, elle avait fait l'objet d'environ 20 ans de recherche avant 2002 et on en trouve des traces à l'époque de Napoléon III* ou de Jules Ferry.
Harmful EMFs (electromagnetic frequencies) that cause electro smog come from many electrical components such as wiring, motors, cell phones and other equipment. Small appliances and equipment that are used in our homes daily such as computers, TV, WiFi and microwaves transmit frequencies that are equally disruptive to the human body as is that of cell phone towers and high voltage power lines.
PEMF Therapy has developed an almost universal reputation for improvement in sleep. People with electrical hypersensitivity often suffer from issues such as: problems falling asleep, early awakening, multiple awakening or long waking hours during the night. PEMF therapy devices have proven to be the most effective in stimulating brainwave patterns to shift from disturbing patterns to patterns seen in normal sleep behavior.
B2i : Le B2i, brevet informatique et internet, est un référentiel définissant des niveaux de maîtrise des nouvelles technologies, notamment l'ordinateur et internet. Aujourd'hui, tous les élèves doivent sortir de l'école primaire en maîtrisant les compétences du B2i niveau 1. Dans les faits, il demeure encore des difficultés de mise en oeuvre du dispositif, notamment pour des raisons de coût du matériel informatique.