Epilepsy And Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy Research

by Joshua Parker on Jun 09, 2016

Magnetic therapy utilizing static magnetic fields is as old as civilization. Today magnetic therapy utilizing minute, pulsed electromagnetic fields can safely treat epilepsy symptoms (based upon peer-reviewed medical journal studies).

Below, please find dozens of peer reviewed research studies which support a finding that magnetic therapy utilizing pulsed electromagnetic fields called repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS/TMS) reduces seizure activity in epilepsy (and reduces symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, depression, MS, migraine headache) without side effects or expected/unexpected reactions.

Professor Photios Anninos discovered that brain waves of epileptic individuals have abnormality which correspond to a particular frequency range. He and his associates in Greece have developed a highly accurate method of measuring these abnormalities and then custom tuning their electromagnetic field therapy device for each individual on a case by case basis. The magnetoencephalogram (MEG) is the magnetic activity emitted by the brain, which can be measured using a superconductive quantum interference device (SQUID). Total cost including brain mapping in your home country is in the US$5000 range.

  • We’ve followed Professor Anninos’ research since summer 2000 and recently, happened to meet 4 person’s who had been to see Professor Anninos in Greece. We’ve talked at length and seen video tape of the electromagnetic field therapy process used upon dozens of his patients. If you’ve got Parkinson’s disease, MS, Epilepsy, migraine headache, cluster headache, ADD, ADHD, or suffer with depression and can afford the time and expense of travel, we HIGHLY recommend you see them for picoTesla electromagnetic field therapy.


Future Tech Today Inc. has discovered that our patent pending magnetic field supplementation device and methods substantially enhance human (and animal) performance.

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

These studies are offered for your education only and are not intended as promotional material for Future Tech Today Inc.