Since being introduced in the United States, Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) technology has been increasingly embraced by health practitioners and incorporated into their practices. Awareness of this technology peaked in November, 2011 when Dr. Oz devoted an entire show to the benefits of this technology for the relief of chronic pain.
Over 7500 scientific publications, 350 dissertations, 29 years of scientific research and double blind studies on over 7000 patients plus 200,000 clinical patient studies have long demystified PEMF therapy. The MRS 2000 has secured its proper position as a supportive measure in conventional medicine. This complementary treatment method has been widely used in Europe for over 20 years.
Extensive research in the orthopedic field led to the first FDA-approved application of magnetic resonance stimulation for non-healing fractures in 1979. It was discovered that this treatment promoted faster healing in bone, skin, ligament, tendon, muscle, nerve and more.
Pulsed magnetic fields act on the causes of disease rather than symptoms. The primary feature is the resonance effect of PEMF fields in the body. The Magnetic Resonance Stimulation (MRS) pulsations are transmitted as purposeful information to energy deprived, weak and unhealthy cells whose function has been disturbed. The magnetic field penetrates the cells from the outside. The cell responds to the impulse with stronger frequencies of its own, resulting in higher cell energy potential.