Parkinson’s Disease And Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy Research

by Joshua Parker on Jun 09, 2016

Peer reviewed pulsed magnetic therapy research studying effects of non-invasive pulsed electromagnetic stimulation in Parkinson’s disease is presented.

These studies prove many non-invasive, pulsed electromagnetic field therapies provide beneficial effects while significantly improving symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. These effects are ATP related more than likely. Raise ATP in brain and endocrine tissue and significant beneficial effects are likely. Continue stimulation daily / nightly indefinitely, and long lasting benefit is likely.

Unlike electroconvolsive therapy (ECT), these types of therapy lack detrimental side effects, expected or unexpected adverse reactions. Readers beware… a review of the literature for this update (March 2011) finds more and more red-herring studies at 1 Hz which we have repeatedly stated  during past 9 years are  generally shown to be ineffective. Properly designed studies of frequency and duration rarely fail.

Several hundred pulsed electromagnetic field therapy citations that are contained in our research bibliographies are linked directly toPubMed a service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine and the U.S. National Institutes of Health.

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