PEMF therapy for Back pain or Joint pain, has proven itself very effective.

60 years of Eastern European research proved that PEMF therapy for any Joint pain or Back pain is highly effective in a diverse range of therapeutic applications with no side-effects or adverse reactions. Read this article to know about the most widely used PEMF device — EarthPulse and how it works for Back pain / Joint pain treatment.

The EarthPulse PEMF therapy system is modeled using the most effective and well tested frequency and wave-forms. Since 2002, EarthPulse has evolved its therapeutic systems using a 90-day feedback form from all it’s users. This PEMF system is very adaptable and portable and is primarily designed for night time use, however can also be applied locally during the day minus the deep sleep effects.Yes, you heard that right, PEMF therapy also helps resolve sleep issues, along with Pain. That’s killing two pills with one shot of a benevolent magnetic field that has no chemical entering your bloodstream at all.

In one randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial studied the effectiveness of PEMF Therapy for Chronic Lower Back Pain in patients with chronic lower back pain. Active PEMF (n = 17) or placebo treatment (n = 19) was performed three times a week for 3 weeks. The mean revised Oswestry disability percentage after 4 weeks was significantly improved from the baseline value in the PEMF therapy for Back Pain group, whereas there were no significant differences in the Placebo group. In conclusion, PEMF reduced back pain and appears to be a potentially useful therapeutic tool for the conservative management of chronic lower back pain. The results of this study are promising, in that PEMF treatment offers a potential therapeutic future.

Past evidence has shown that motor cortical stimulation with invasive and non-invasive rain stimulation is effective to relieve central pain. Here we aimed to study the effects of another, very safe technique of non-invasive brain stimulation — transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) — on pain control in patients with central pain due to traumatic spinal cord injury. There was a significant pain improvement after active anodal stimulation of the motor cortex, but not after sham stimulation. These results were not confounded by depression or anxiety changes. Furthermore, cognitive performance was not significantly changed throughout the trial in both treatment groups. The results of our study suggest that this new approach of cortical stimulation can be effective to control pain in patients with spinal cord lesion. We discuss potential mechanisms for pain amelioration after tDCS, such as a secondary modulation of thalamic nuclei activity. Daily rTMS can thus induce long-lasting changes in cortical excitability and VEP habituation pattern. Whether this effect may be useful in preventative migraine therapy remains to be determined.

Diverse studies have shown that magnetic fields can affect behavioral and physiological functions. Previously, we have shown that sinusoidal extremely low frequency magnetic fields and specific pulsed magnetic fields (Cnps) can produce alterations in the analgesia-related behavior of the land snail. Here, we have extended these studies to show an induction of analgesia in mice equivalent to a moderate dose of morphine (5 mg/kg), and the effect of both Cnp exposure and morphine injection on some open-field activity. Cnp exposure was found to prolong the response latency to a nociceptive thermal stimulus (hot plate). Cnp+morphine offset the increased movement activity found with morphine alone. These results suggest that pulsed magnetic fields can induce analgesic behavior in mice without the side effects often associated with opiates like morphine.

The adverse effect of cigarette smoking on human spines has been noted indirectly. There is correlation of increased back pain among individuals who smoke heavily. The hypothesis of this study was that an environment of cigarette smoking is an adverse event and will create a reduced pH in the rabbit intervertebral disc. Electromagnetic fields, however, can defend against this adverse event and reduce the tendency toward acidic pH. Rabbits were exposed to cigarette smoke for 2, 4, or 6 weeks and their intradiscal pH measured. Cigarette-smoke-exposed discs demonstrated a consistently lower pH than did the discs of the machine control rabbits. The second group of rabbits were exposed to cigarette smoke and pulsed electromagnetic fields. The cigarette-smoke-exposed rabbits that were exposed to the pulsed electromagnetic fields for 4 hr/day demonstrated no change in their intradiscal pH, in contrast to those who were exposed to smoke alone. In conclusion, cigarette smoke exposure in rabbits consistently produces a lower intradiscal pH and pulsed electromagnetic fields can defend against this adverse effect.

100s of such peer-reviewed research articles suggest its curative effect on not just the pain, but it’s underlying cause as well.

Ensure you make an informed decision when it comes to getting the appropriate and economical PEMF therapy device for treating Back pain or Joint pain. All the best!

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