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What is the history of PEMF therapy?
PEMF is now considered one of the greatest hidden breakthrough technologies of the last century with well over 5000 studies published worldwide (on humans and animals) over the last 40 years. Used worldwide and as a standard therapy in Europe for decades, PEMF technology dates back to include research from visionaries such as Nikola Tesla in the early 1900’s.
In 1979, the US recognized PEMF therapy for use in stimulating bone growth after traumatic fractures. In 1987, it was approved as an adjunct therapy to treat swelling and pain after surgical operations. In 1998, PEMF therapy gained notoriety for urinary incontinence and muscle stimulation. Since 2004, it has also been used as an adjunct therapy for cervical (neck) fusion surgery. It was then approved in 2011 as a treatment for depression and anxiety in those unresponsive to medications and also for treatment of brain cancer. Now, PEMF is even becoming widely embraced by veterinarians and is recognized for reversal of bone loss (osteoporosis) and muscle degeneration in sedentary or rehabilitative individuals.
Watch the PEMF episode of Dr. Oz to see how this technology will change healthcare.