Alzheimer’s Disease And Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy Research

by Joshua Parker on Jun 09, 2016

Pulsed magnetic therapy research proves pulsed electromagnetic field therapy has beneficial effects upon Alzheimer’s disease and its underlying neurophysiological abnormality. To date there are no approved methods although Anninos PA , Sandyk R,  Jacobson JI; the three pioneers of electromagnetic field therapy to treat Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and Epilepsy conduct ongoing therapy research.

The neurological system operates via electric and electromagnetic signals. Does it not make sense to address neurological disease states from an electrophysiological or electrochemical rather than chemical-electro based point of view?

50 years of research suggests that some sort type of electrophysiological deficit exists and that it is addressable via same electrophysiological channel. This is how bone stimulators work.

These addressable conditions for which there is peer reviewed research upon which you can base your own mind; include but are not limited to epilepsy, Parkinson’s, migraine, cluster and other headache syndromes, severe PMS, attention deficit disorder ADD, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder ADHD, depression, schizophrenia, anxiety, insomnia and sleeping disorders in general, muscle twitch, tremor disorders, muscle weakness, chronic wounds, bone non-unions and endometriosis.

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.