Image #2: This patient has been diagnosed with Parkinson disease 7 years prior to the first PEMF treatment, he was on a twice a week 1 hour treatment for 10 weeks (Total 20 hours). I did use 3 different applicators to « squeeze » the frequencies in the central nervous system and locally on the head as well. Patient was advised to drink more water and nothing more. The trembling stopped after the first hour and stayed in control until the next day. The second PEMF session stopped the trembling for 2 days and it went from there up to a whole week after 10 hours. At 20 hours, he wasn’t trembling anymore and we decided to stop the treatments to see how long it would stay stable. As for today, we did visit him this morning and after 5 years, he is still stable.
As with any patient care, our practice adjusts our protocol according to the patient. Sometimes we have a patient with Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease etc. October is the Parkinson’s Awareness month. We've got more people on Parkinson's than we take care of them. So that's basically it.
In the case of one cancer patient who has several tumors in the lungs, PEMF helps the performance of her current therapies by optimizing the receptors of the body. Through the MRI, you can actually see the results of PEMF treatments on the before and after from just a few short weeks. This is an important advantage, when you think about exponentially speeding up the treatment time of a patient (with much less exposure time to the after effects of those therapies). In addition, we can actually identify response on the immune system and the reaction on the Neutrophils going up. During treatment, people react differently to different frequencies and this is how I can validate if we are using the right or wrong protocols.