Pulsed Electro Magnetic Fields (PEMF) works by improving cellular function and health at the molecular level. PEMF improves health by addressing impaired chemistry and the function of cells. Science has proven that our bodies produce their own magnetic fields. Everything works within the body by electromagnetic exchange. Disruption of electromagnetic energy in cells can cause impaired cell metabolism.

Please Note! While the IMRS device is FDA Registered in the US for Osteoporosis, Osteoarthritis, Pain, Non-Healing Wounds, Fractures, Headaches and Insomnia and in Canada for increasing circulation, relieving headaches and pain, the application to register the iMRS devices with the Therapeutic Goods Association (TGA) in Australia has NOT proceeded as yet because the benefits of PEMF Therapy and the iMRS devices are still relatively unknown in Australia and New Zealand, which has resulted in limited sales, thus not warranting the considerable expense to do so at this moment of time. In Europe the MRS- and iMRS-systems are certified as Class IIa-medical devices within the directive EEC 93/42. Furthermore all systems have a CE-Certificate as well as a more advanced CB-Certificate, which guarantees electronic safety and electromagnetic compatibility in the majority of countries including USA, Canada and Australia.


There are many scientific studies on the degree of effectiveness for pulsed electromagnetic fields therapy. It was found that disturbances in blood circulation and in metabolism play a key role in the development of diseases. Application of PEMF therapy, also called energy medicine, by pulsed electromagnetic fields with Curatron devices has a proven track record for more than 15 years.
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.
Did a quick search this morning and found the website which has so much info that I’ve been looking for. My husband has just been diagnosed and I’m researching how to help him. This is so inspirational and I’ve forwarded it onto our neuro physio. Oddly enough she came today armed with hand exercises which is what led me to this website. I’m in tears. So happy to have found you.
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 the increasingly popular complementary medical application of PEMF's. In the last 5 years much has been accomplished and positively changed specifically in the field of PEMF systems for home use.
In the overhead throwing athlete, shoulder rehabilitation should be directed at the underlying deficits, most commonly loss of shoulder internal rotation and poor control of the scapula. A four-phase approach is described by Wilk & Macrina (2014) in the nonoperative treatment of throwing shoulder injuries. In phase 1, the “acute phase,” the primary goals are to diminish pain/inflammation, improve motion, activate the appropriate muscles, create dynamic stability and muscle balance, and restore proprioception. The athlete’s level of activity is adjusted according to symptoms, which usually require the athlete to abstain from activity. Internal rotation motion is addressed; the preferred stretches are the modified sleeper’s stretch and supine horizontal adduction with internal rotation stretch (Fig. 6A.2). A horizontal adduction stretch with manual patient assistance into internal rotation is performed. Assessment of scapula positioning is also recommended, with strengthening of the scapula retractors and the lower trapezius and additional stretching of the pectoralis minor. The primary goals of phase 2, the “intermediate phase,” are to progress the strengthening program, improve the range of motion, and facilitate neuromuscular control. Core strengthening is also initiated during this phase. Kibler et al (2013) have emphasized the need to evaluate and treat the entire system to restore the athlete’s kinetic chain. Phase 3, the “advanced strengthening phase,” involves aggressive strengthening drills to promote power and endurance as well as functional drills, and throwing is gradually introduced. “Return to throwing phase,” phase 4, incorporates the progression of an interval-throwing program. This program controls for distance, intensity, and surface, in that for pitchers, throwing from the mound is the last advancement. It is important to be aware that when athletes are told to throw with 50% effort, they actually throw at 83% of their maximal speed, and when asked to throw at 75% they are actually throwing at 90% of their maximal effort (Fleisig et al, 1996).
My interest in PST began in 1995 when a Journal of Rheumatology article suggested that it might alleviate my 15 year old daughter's pain caused by an arthritic condition. Although unable to walk without crutches, two weeks after a course of PST her pain was relieved and she could walk unassisted. A month later she was able to pursue all athletic activities without discomfort. She subsequently enrolled in a martial arts class, recently attained black belt status, and has continued to remain symptom free without the need for any drugs or further treatment for the past five years.
Pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) transduction mechanism based on evidence to date that many athermal PEMF effects depend upon nitric oxide cascades. PEMFs can be configured to modulate calcium-binding kinetics to calmodulin. Calcium/calmodulin then activates nitric oxide synthase and the relevant cascade ensues dependent upon stage of tissue repair process. This mechanism has been proposed as a working model for PEMF therapeutics.61
The initial development of PEMF technology and its evolution over most of the last century was marred by poor presentation and, in many cases, insufficient knowledge of the scientific basis of action. However, plastic and reconstructive surgeons have been early adopters of the therapy and pioneers, along with their basic science colleagues, in developing what is now a significant and rigorous body of evidence around the mechanism of action. In this review, we describe the history, development, and eventual transformation of a marginal therapy into a technology that, should it fulfill its promise, will become a standard part of surgical care and may lead to other, more significant therapies for a variety of acute and chronic conditions.
Hot Stone FIR and PEMF therapy may help to live well with sicknesses, detoxify body, enhance lymphatic drainage, burn fat and control weight. It encourages Serotonin, Enzymes, and Heat Shock Proteins biosynthesis, improves metabolism, blood circulation and immune system. Using this mat at higher temperatures can reverse hypothermia associated with poor immunity caused by chronic maladies and cancer. The lower temperature sessions will help you to restore healthy sleeping and all-night rest

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.

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.
PEMFs are frequency-based, applied to either the whole body or parts of the body.  PEMFs may only be needed for short periods of time, while the effects last for many hours, setting in motion cellular and whole-body changes to restore and maintain balance in metabolism and health. The body does not acclimate, or “get used to,” the healthy energy signals of therapeutic PEMFs, even if used for a long time, compared to magnets.
In an episode of the Bulletproof Radio podcast, PEMF expert Dr. Gary Ryan, known as “The Energy Doctor,” explains, “Based on a lot of research that was done at Yale, it is apparent that just about any pathology in the body is preceded by a drop in cell charge. Now we have technology that will reach down to the level of a cell that has lost charge and, due to the high intensity of the pulse, bring that pulse back to normal or a more normal situation, which allows it to replicate and produce a more normal cell.”
The development of modern PEMF has followed two separate pathways. The first pathway originated in more conventional (and still useful) electromagnetic field technologies broadly known as radio frequency (RF) diathermy.4 Continuous RF produces heat, the therapeutic component frequently employed in physical therapy. One early user of diathermy suspected that it could produce a nonthermal biologic effect.5 To test this idea clinically, the RF signal was intermittently pulsed, thereby eliminating heat. Positive outcomes, especially in treating inflammatory conditions, were reported.5 The first therapeutic RF PEMF device, the Diapulse, was commercialized in 19506 and was eventually cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the postoperative treatment of pain and edema in soft tissue. Clinical devices in use since that time typically have consisted of a large signal generator and a bulky coil applicator positioned over the area of injury that delivers therapy noninvasively, through either dressings or clothing. Early devices were expensive, nonportable, and produced significant electromagnetic interference (EMI); these factors restricted more widespread use in outpatient and home settings.

Although electricity’s potential to aid bone healing was reported as early as 1841, it was not until the mid-1950s that scientists seriously studied the subject. During the 1970s, Bassett and his team introduced a new approach for the treatment of delayed fractures, a technique that employed a very specific biphasic low frequency signal[10][11][12][13] to be applied for non-union/delayed fractures. The use of electrical stimulation in the lumbosacral region was first attempted by Alan Dwyer of Australia. In 1974, he reported successful initiation of graft incorporation in 11 of 12 fusion patients.[14][15]

En formation initiale : Outre le tutorat des fonctionnaires stagiaires et l’accompagnement des étudiants en stage (stages d’observation, stages de pratique accompagnée), les PEMF devront intervenir prioritairement dans les ESPE, au sein d’équipes pluri-professionnelles. Ils seront aussi amenés à accompagner les stagiaires en M2, dans leur travail de recherche, dans le cadre du mémoire professionnel et à participer à des dispositifs de recherche-action initiés dans les ESPE.


However, simply because I haven’t found a negative to PEMF treatment, it doesn’t mean there isn’t one, it simply means I couldn’t find it. But for now, it looks like a simple way to help your body recharge and work at an optimal level, so I will not boycott it. If you do choose to use it, please leave a comment or let me know how you got on, I’d love to hear from you!
An open-label pilot study of pulsed electromagnetic field therapy in the treatment of failed back surgery syndrome pain; Wayne L Harper; Int Med Case Rep J. 2015; 8: 13–22 The primary objective of this open-label exploratory study was to investigate the analgesic effectiveness of pulsed electromagnetic field therapy administered twice daily over a 45-day period in 34 subjects (68% female) with persistent or recurrent pain following back surgery. Of the 30 per-protocol subjects who completed the study, 33% reported a clinically meaningful (≥30%) reduction in pain intensity (PI). A higher response rate (60%) was reported for subjects who had undergone discectomy prior to the trial compared to subjects who had undergone other types of surgical interventions (decompression or fusion) without discectomy. Improvements in PI were paralleled by improvements in secondary outcomes. Relative to baseline, responders reported an average 44% and 55% reduction in back PI and leg PI (respectively), and an average 13% improvement in Oswestry Disability Index scores. In the per-protocol population, 50% of responders and 12% of non-responders reported less analgesia consumption at the end of treatment versus baseline. Sixty-seven percent of per-protocol responders and 0% of non-responders reported clinically meaningful improvement in overall well-being on the Patient Global Impression of Change scale.
Post-surgery, approximately half of the participants engaged in PEMF therapy while the other half served as a control.After evaluating the patients’ statuses at one,two, three, six, and twelve month intervals, the researchers concluded that, “There were no differences in the incidence of adverse events in the two groups, indicating that the use of PEMF stimulation is safe in this clinical setting.” It’s important to note that, although PEMF was deemed safe in this study, there was still one major difference between the group who participated in this therapy and the group that did not.
Female subjects must be post-menopausal, surgically sterile, abstinent, or practicing (or agree to practice) an effective method of birth control if they are sexually active for the duration of the study. (Effective methods of birth control include prescription hormonal contraceptives, intrauterine devices, double-barrier methods, and/or male partner sterilization).
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PEMFSupply.com offers low risk, general wellness products that promote a healthy lifestyle, help to maintain or encourage good health, or reduce the impact or risk of some chronic diseases and conditions where a healthy lifestyle has been shown to play an important role in improving quality of life and living well. Statements on this website have not been evaluated by the FDA and products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or medical condition. PEMF products are meant to address energetic elements that aid the body’s natural healing abilities, and help to restore and maintain energetic balance. The therapeutic magnetic fields generated by these products use similar levels of energy as those naturally produced in the body. The use of a PEMF product is contraindicated in people with pacemakers, cochlear implants, implanted metals, joint replacements, dental implants, mechanical heart valves, metal stents and metal staples. PEMF products are also contraindicated during pregnancy, and in people with epilepsy or bleeding. PEMF has no known side effects or complications when used alone or combined with conventional medical treatment. Patients should tell their doctors when they are thinking about using complementary therapies with conventional medical treatment. The content of this website is provided for informational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice. If you have or suspect a medical problem, please consult your health care provider. Links on this website are provided for information only, and do not constitute a recommendation, endorsement or approval of any content at the linked sites. Testimonials and endorsements do not constitute a guarantee, warranty or prediction of the outcome of the use of our products.
PEMFSupply.com offers low risk, general wellness products that promote a healthy lifestyle, help to maintain or encourage good health, or reduce the impact or risk of some chronic diseases and conditions where a healthy lifestyle has been shown to play an important role in improving quality of life and living well. Statements on this website have not been evaluated by the FDA and products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or medical condition. PEMF products are meant to address energetic elements that aid the body’s natural healing abilities, and help to restore and maintain energetic balance. The therapeutic magnetic fields generated by these products use similar levels of energy as those naturally produced in the body. The use of a PEMF product is contraindicated in people with pacemakers, cochlear implants, implanted metals, joint replacements, dental implants, mechanical heart valves, metal stents and metal staples. PEMF products are also contraindicated during pregnancy, and in people with epilepsy or bleeding. PEMF has no known side effects or complications when used alone or combined with conventional medical treatment. Patients should tell their doctors when they are thinking about using complementary therapies with conventional medical treatment. The content of this website is provided for informational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice. If you have or suspect a medical problem, please consult your health care provider. Links on this website are provided for information only, and do not constitute a recommendation, endorsement or approval of any content at the linked sites. Testimonials and endorsements do not constitute a guarantee, warranty or prediction of the outcome of the use of our products.

PEMF therapy effectiveness in mouse models of breast cancer; Mice were divided into four groups (n = 3 each). Group 1, 2, and 3 were exposed to PEMF therapy (1 Hz, 100 mT) daily for 60, 180, or 360 min, respectively, for 4 weeks, while group 4 did not receive PEMF therapy and was used as control. All mice were monitored for tumor growth by body bioluminescence imaging once every 2 to 4 days for 4 weeks. Then, all the mice were sacrificed and skin, liver, lung, and spleen samples were collected for histopathologic analysis. Mice exposed to PEMFs for 60 and 180 min daily showed a 30% and 70% breast tumor reduction, respectively, at week 4. Mice exposed to PEMF for 360 min daily, showed a suppression of tumor growth at week 4. In summary, this study shows that the time of PEMF exposure is critical to determine its effectiveness. Mice exposed for longer duration (360 min daily for 4 weeks) showed a significant reduction in tumor size, due probably to the inhibition of angiogenesis that may suppress the formation of blood vessels in tumor tissues, reducing the tumor growth.


IUFM : L'IUFM, ou Institut Universitaire de Formation des Maîtres, est un établissement d'enseignement supérieur chargé de la formation des enseignants. Pour le premier degré, il accueille des étudiants qui préparent le concours de professeur des écoles (PE1) et des fonctionnaires lauréats du concours de recrutement en formation par alternance (PE2).

IUFM : L'IUFM, ou Institut Universitaire de Formation des Maîtres, est un établissement d'enseignement supérieur chargé de la formation des enseignants. Pour le premier degré, il accueille des étudiants qui préparent le concours de professeur des écoles (PE1) et des fonctionnaires lauréats du concours de recrutement en formation par alternance (PE2).
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