Arthritis And Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy Research
by Joshua Parker on Jun 09, 2016
Pulsed magnetic therapy research reveals pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy promotes various healing mechanisms, and has been found to promote bone and connective tissue regeneration even where degenerative conditions like arthritis exist. Unfortunately, although HUGE benefits are evident there is little regular pulsed electromagnetic research in this area. Do your own arthritis research with any of various pulsed electro magnetic therapy devices
The addition of pulsed electromagnetic fields to nutritional supplementation for cartilage and bone matrix provides synergistic effects.
Pulsed electromagnetic field effects are generally dose dependent and highly dependent upon waveform and frequency. It is not rocket science but somehow they keep the best technologies out of your hands. Robert O. Becker MD discovered that 8 hour on – 8 hours off cycles were best for all applications using DC current. Eastern European researchers found most effective waveform (square) and frequency (10 Hz) back in the 1970’s. Largely, Western studies are missing the frequency and waveform target and only a few studies have been able to replicate those Eastern European results.
Longer duration, regular interval pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) exposure at the proper amplitude, pulse shape (waveform) and frequency provide reliable bone matrix and cartilage matrix generation. Add nutritional support and results on both osteo arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis can be phenomenal.
Pulsed electromagnetic field research has proven PEMF’s capable of equal or better results than conventional therapies and invasive procedures like arthroscopic surgery, bone grafting, bone cement, etc., without side effects, pain, expense and risk of complications.