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What is PEMF?
The PMT Digital system is a pulsed electromagnetic field device with a peak performance of up to 7000 Gauss.
Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (PEMF) is a type of electromagnetic therapy in which small magnetic currents are intermittently applied to the body.
Our bodies use magnetic fields to generate cellular energy and transport items across membranes. Therefore magnetic energy is required for life. Cleopatra was probably the first celebrity to use magnets. Stories say that she slept with a Lodestone (magnetic stone) to keep her skin youthful. The therapeutic knowledge was passed to the Greeks who have been using magnets for healing since 2500 BC. Aristotle and Plato also referred to the benefits of Lodestones in their work.
Since the emergence of evidence based medicine magnetic therapy has mainly stayed in the shadows. However as technology advances proof of its therapeutic action and function are becoming more widespread and documented. Especially considering that currently magnets are used as one of medicines most advanced imaging tool, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).
Who's using the PMT digital?
They may represent a new treatment approach to breast cancer without affecting normal cells and in a way that doesn’t require surgery. One study (Crocetti et al., 2013) tested the potential of low frequency machine to kill breast cancer cells. The damage done to these cells was noticed after three days of daily exposure to pulsed electromagnetic field systems.
Healthy cells are elastic and benefit from electromagnetic charge. Cancer cells in comparison are brittle and are destroyed by the sudden increase in negative ion charge.
Wait. What? Pulsed electromagnetic field systems are already “old-hat” in the equine industry. There has not been a single race horse winning the derby in the past 3 years who is not treated regularly with PEMF systems.
Pain and depression Sufferers
One study (Richards, 2000) documented patients with low back pain due to lumbar disc injuries, who failed to be treated with medical or surgical interventions. These patients were subjected to PEMF sessions and were followed for a period of 16 months. Fusion of their back bones was successful in almost 98% of patients who received PEMF compared to 53% of patients who received no stimulation.
Pulsed electromagnetic field systems aid top athletes in treatment of sports injuries
Now you’re just being silly! No really! PEMF is used to activate seeds or to stimulate growth in plants. Many growers have started to use a PMT digital to increase their productivity. Due to the ringer effect all cell activity is greatly enhanced.
PEMF Research Studies
As PEMF works on a cellular level, it can be considered an unspecific therapy. By re-establishing cellular function, enables the entire being to function. However there are is a growing body of evidence to support the use of PEMF in different disease and conditions. Some of these are listed bellow.
PEMF may present a new treatment approach to the management of cancer. There are numerous studies showing the initiation of apoptosis and necrosis in cancerous tissue while displaying a beneficial effect on the surrounding cell tissue. –
 I. Tatarov, A. Panda, D. Petkov, K. Kolappaswamy, K. Thompson, A. Kavirayani, M. M. Lipsky, E. Elson, C. C. Davis, S. S. Martin, and L. J. DeTolla, “Effect of magnetic fields on tumor growth and viability,” Comp. Med., vol. 61, no. 4, pp. 339–345, 2011.
 S. Crocetti, C. Beyer, G. Schade, M. Egli, J. Fröhlich, and A. Franco-Obregón, “Low intensity and frequency pulsed electromagnetic fields selectively impair breast cancer cell viability.,” PLoS One, vol. 8, no. 9, p. e72944, 2013.
 C. F. Blackman, “Treating cancer with amplitude-modulated electromagnetic fields: a potential paradigm shift, again?,” Br. J. Cancer, vol. 106, no. 2, pp. 241–2, 2012.
PEMF has shown to decrease pain and increase function of arthritic joints –
 P. Vavken, F. Arrich, O. Schuhfried, and R. Dorotka, “Effectiveness of pulsed electromagnetic field therapy in the management of osteoarthritis of the knee: A meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials,” J. Rehabil. Med., vol. 41, no. 6, pp. 406–411, 2009.
 L. Tan, Y. Ren, T. G. van Kooten, D. W. Grijpma, and R. Kuijer, “Low-intensity pulsed ultrasound (LIPUS) and pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) treatments affect degeneration of cultured articular cartilage explants,” Int. Orthop., vol. 39, no. 3, pp. 549–557, 2015.
 H. Wuschech, U. von Hehn, E. Mikus, and R. H. Funk, “Effects of PEMF on patients with osteoarthritis: Results of a prospective, placebo-controlled, double-blind study,” Bioelectromagnetics, vol. 585, no. October, pp. 576–585, 2015.
 D. M. Ciombor, R. K. Aaron, S. Wang, and B. Simon, “Modification of osteoarthritis by pulsed electromagnetic field – A morphological study,” Osteoarthr. Cartil., vol. 11, no. 6, pp. 455–462, 2003.
 G. Thamsborg, A. Florescu, P. Oturai, E. Fallentin, K. Tritsaris, and S. Dissing, “Treatment of knee osteoarthritis with pulsed electromagnetic fields: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study.,” Osteoarthritis Cartilage, vol. 13, no. 7, pp. 575–81, 2005.
PEMF has shown to decrease bone loss and increase osteoclast function (bone building) , 
 L. E. L. Clinton T. Rubin, Kenneth J. McLeod, “Prevention of Osteoporosis by PEMF,” J. Bone Jt. Surgury, vol. 71-A, no. 3, pp. 411–416, 1989.
 C. Fredericks and T. Baker, “Effects of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields on Bone Healing,” Group, vol. 14, pp. 93–100, 2000.
Bone injuries fractures, breaks)
Increased osteoblast activity, increased bone healing speed in early and late stages of bone restoration –
 C. Fredericks and T. Baker, “Effects of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields on Bone Healing,” Group, vol. 14, pp. 93–100, 2000.
 S. B. Chittaranjan, R. Balamurugan, N. S. Nandakumar, A. Sabareeswaran, and M. Mohanty, “Basic Science Pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) treatment for fracture healing,” Bone, vol. 20, no. 4, pp. 423–428, 2009.
 N. Inoue, I. Ohnishi, D. Chen, L. W. Deitz, J. D. Schwardt, and E. Y. S. Chao, “Effect of pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF) on late-phase osteotomy gap healing in a canine tibial model,” J. Orthop. Res., vol. 20, no. 5, pp. 1106–1114, 2002.
 A. B. Sarker, A. N. Nashimuddin, K. M. Islam, K. S. Rabbani, M. Rahman, A. U. Mushin, and M. Hussain, “Effect of PEMF on fresh fracture-healing in rat tibia,” Bangladesh Med. Res. Counc. Bull., vol. 19, no. 3, pp. 103–108, 1993.
Increased collagen production in diabetic wound healing , 
 G. L. Y. Cheing, X. Li, L. Huang, R. L. C. Kwan, and K. K. Cheung, “Pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF) promote early wound healing and myofibroblast proliferation in diabetic rats,” Bioelectromagnetics, vol. 35, no. 3, pp. 161–169, 2014.
 M.-C. Choi, K.-K. Cheung, X. Li, and G. L.-Y. Cheing, “Pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) promotes collagen fibre deposition associated with increased myofibroblast population in the early healing phase of diabetic wound,” Arch. Dermatol. Res., vol. 308, no. 1, pp. 21–29, 2016.
Reduces perception of pain , .
 T. Iannitti, G. Fistetto, A. Esposito, V. Rottigni, and B. Palmieri, “Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy for management of osteoarthritis-related pain, stiffness and physical function: Clinical experience in the elderly,” Clin. Interv. Aging, vol. 8, pp. 1289–1293, 2013.
 W. Pawluk, “Pain Management with Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields ( PEMF ) Treatment,” Brain, no. March, 2003.
Reduced Il-6 and other inflammatory markers .
 J. C. Pena-Philippides, Y. Yang, O. Bragina, S. Hagberg, E. Nemoto, and T. Roitbak, “Effect of pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) on infarct size and inflammation after cerebral ischemia in mice,” Transl. Stroke Res., vol. 5, no. 4, p. 491, 2014.
How does the PMT digital work?
Inside each cell of your body are one or more energy factories (mitochondria). Surrounding this energy factory is a membrane through which nutrients go in and waste is expelled. Maintaining proper function of this membrane it critical to the health of the cell and in extension the entire being. Unfortunately over time, this membrane begins to loose tonicity due to a multitude of environmental factors (toxins, pH, deficiencies, inflammation, electrical and magnetic interference) and the mitochondria are no longer able to effectively create energy molecules. The structure is therefore damaged in two ways; firstly the tonicity of the membrane is reduced by the change of ions inside and outside the cell and secondly by the adherence of toxins to the membrane surface.
This model of the inner mitochondrial membrane also extends to the out membrane that surrounds all our cells. These function extremely similarly and are negatively influenced in the same way.
PMT digital works by shocking the cell with a magnetic current, thereby shaking loose the toxins from the membranes surface and re-balancing the positive ions outside and negative inside of he cell.
The re-stabilization of the cellular membrane potential increases cellular communication, energy production, nutrient uptake, detoxification and general cellular biome homeostasis. This therapy can increase the efficiency and efficacy of almost all other medical and energetic therapies.
The increased efficiency of toxic removal is only possible through restoring the body’s optimal mitochondrial energy so that mercury, lead, dioxin, and PCBs can be successfully excreted out of the body. Disruption of electromagnetic energy in cells causes impaired cell metabolism. This is the final common pathway of disease. If cells are not healthy, the body is not healthy.
PEMF therapy has the following positive effects on the body:
· Improved micro-circulation
· Increased supply of oxygen, ions and nutrients to cells
· Increased partial oxygen pressure
· Increased ATP production by excitation of electrons
· Stimulation of DNA and RNA production
· Accelerated protein bio-synthesis by electron and energy transfer
· Anti-oxidation regulation with increased circulation of available electrons
· Increased calcium transport and absorption for stronger bones, joints and muscles
· Enhanced cellular tissue elasticity with increased collagen production
· Stimulation of cellular repair mechanism
· Accelerated detoxification of cells and organs
· Decreased swelling, inflammation and pain
· Boost to the immune system
· Supports the body’s internal self-regulating mechanisms by activating cellular and molecular processes
· Stimulates the release of endorphins.
Who Can’t Use It?
PMT digital machine from PEMF Systems Inc. should also not be used over any organ with vascular metal clips, including the brain, and with cardiac stents and metallic valves.
Visualize this treatment as a life-energy-boost that mobilizes all your cells to the max capacity.
In the image there are two white blood cells circled in red. These are in a toxic, anaerobic and inflamed body. They are about the size of a red blood cell, which is very small, and are almost completely immobile. There was hardly any movement visible inside the cell.
Besides the white blood cells, the red blood cells are stacked together in coin rows. They are inactive immobile, inflexible and do not have a large surface area available for oxygen and nutrient bonding. When observing the blood, degradation of the cells was only 3 to 8 min. The outer membrane disintegrated and the cells began collapsing in a very short time. This blood had been taken from a chronic fatigue patient and her blood perfectly represented her outer expressions of energy and vitality.
The patient was on a natural therapy regime and was taking a multitude of vitamins and supplements. From the image we can begin to understand why none of the therapies were taking effect. With the red blood cells in this state, they are unable to effectively transport oxygen and nutrients. Thereby making the natural therapies nil and void.
In this picture you see the blood sample from the same patient just 20 minutes later after a 15 min PEMF treatment.
As you can see the white blood cell is about 3 times the size of the red blood cells. They were mobile and there was a high level of activity inside the cell. Similarly the red blood cells have regained their tonicity and were actively bouncing off one another. All cells held the membrane stability and mobility for around 30-40 min.
We tested the patient again the next day and there were no visible signs of deterioration. Naturally the effect of PEMF therapy does not last forever. However the conjunctive use of this therapy along with others increases the therapeutic potential exponentially.