PEMF systems are very expensive..
( about $6000 or so where I am from) but you can hire them from distributors on a
weekly/ monthly basis with hiring amount as a credit if you buy.
The best results are obtained by using every day for 2 to 3 by 10 min sessions on the full body mat and 20 mins with the pad or probe for specific pain or injury locations.
A colleague of mine that has bad tinnitus has been using my system on a daily basis and after 2 weeks it has all but disappeared.
A miraculous result if the improvement continues and remains permanent. Time will tell
The PEMF system maybe a lot cheaper in the States or Canada.
You would have to check as the one that I am using is made in Germany and we have a weak dollar value at the present time.
It is not “ Rocket Science” to operate the system from home and once you have one they last virtually forever but you still have to balance up the initial cost factor.
From what I am seeing, we may only be on the bottom rung of the ladder as far as the benefits of PEMF Therapy are concerned. Both doctors posting on this forum seem to have experienced beneficial changes in patients results, specifically with blood analysis and improved bone healing..Time will tell.
If anybody's interested he has made three other videos some years ago. Just do a web search for primer fields or David LaPoint.
Thanks for the info newage.Newage wrote: ↑Wed Oct 09, 2019 10:45 pmFrom what I am seeing, we may only be on the bottom rung of the ladder as far as the benefits of PEMF Therapy are concerned. Both doctors posting on this forum seem to have experienced beneficial changes in patients results, specifically with blood analysis and improved bone healing..Time will tell.
I’ll start tonight by inquiring at my Physiotherapist. Really hoping to give this a shot as I am still in pain after 4 months!
Let me know if I can help with more information, if needed.
I have pushed forward with PEMF therapy at my physiotherapists. Although very interested with how promising the technology looks, my physiotherapist does not and most likely will not have access to this tool. it would also be a huge cost to me as my private insurance would not cover it due to the lack of published studies.
HOWEVER, he has sent me down a path of proven bone mending technology called EXOGEN by Bioventus that should be covered pending my orthopaedic surgeons prescription. It uses LIPUS (low intensity pulsed ultrasound) that heals bones in three ways; stimulation, activation, and up-regulation as they claim.
Anyone ever heard or used this?