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PEMF to heal BROKEN BONES

Broken bones or conditions which prevent bones from healing like Rickets or Osteoporosis and Bone Cancer are challenging to deal with.

Based on the fact that bone tissue manifests electrical potentials both in normal and pathological states, electrical stimulation has been employed since early 1812.

Onibere, R., & Khanna, A. (2012). The Role Of Electrical Stimulation In Fracture Healing. The Internet Journal of Orthopedic Surgery, 11(2), 1–9. https://doi.org/10.5580/1fa0

When a bone breaks, it generates its own low level electrical filed to stimulate bone healing. The research on electrical potentials show that bone under compression is negatively charged and deposits bone tissue. Bone under tension produces a positive charge and causes bone resorption. It has been noted that bone is most electro-negative in areas of growth such as fractures.

Onibere, R., & Khanna, A. (2012). The Role Of Electrical Stimulation In Fracture Healing. The Internet Journal of Orthopedic Surgery, 11(2), 1–9. https://doi.org/10.5580/1fa0

Boopalan, P. R. J. V. C., Chittaranjan, S. B., Balamurugan, R., Nandakumar, N. S., Sabareeswaranb, A., & Mohantyb, M. (2009). Pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) treatment for fracture healing. Current Orthopaedic Practice, 20(4), 423–428. https://doi.org/10.1097/BCO.0b013e318198e8b2

Schemitsch, E., & Kuzyk, P. (2009). The science of electrical stimulation therapy for fracture healing. Indian Journal of Orthopaedics, 43(2), 127. https://doi.org/10.4103/0019-5413.50846

Griffin, M., & Bayat, A. (2011). Electrical stimulation in bone healing: critical analysis by evaluating levels of evidence. Eplasty, 11(July), e34. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21847434%0A
http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=PMC3145421

In some patients this natural healing process is impaired and the fracture results in a nonunion. A nonunion occurs when a broken bone does not heal, likewise a delayed union is when the bone heals very slowly. Nonunions and delayed unions can be the most frustrating and unforeseen complications of fracture management and recovery.

Electrical stimulation has been shown to dramatically increase the speed and complete healing of bone fractures including nonunions, delayed unison or simply large fracture sites.

A pulse electromagnetic field frequency (PEMF) is a machine which induces a negative electrical field at the fracture site supporting bone tissue formation. Not only is bone affected by PEMF but also muscles, ligaments and cartilage all respond to electrical stimulation and support healing and repair.

Victoria, G., Petrisor, B., Drew, B., & Dick, D. (2009). Bone stimulation for fracture healing: What′s all the fuss? Indian Journal of Orthopaedics, 43(2), 117. https://doi.org/10.4103/0019-5413.50844

A fractured or broken bone undergoes repair through four stages:

Hematoma formation: Blood vessels in the broken bone tear and hemorrhage, resulting in the formation of blood clots at the fracture site. The torn blood vessels at the fracture are sealed through the clotting process and immediately new vessels develop to reestablish blood flow. Tissue at the fracture site becomes inflamed, swollen and painful. PEMF therapy assists the first stage by increasing blood vessel production.

Yen-Patton, G. P. A., Patton, W. F., Beer, D. M., & Jacobson, B. S. (1988). Endothelial cell response to pulsed electromagnetic fields: Stimulation of growth rate and angiogenesis in vitro. Journal of Cellular Physiology,134(1), 37–46. https://doi.org/10.1002/jcp.1041340105

Bone generation: Through the inflammatory factors, cells are sent to the site of damage. Within a few days of the fracture, capillaries grow into the hematoma, while phagocytic cells begin to clear away the dead cells. The inflammation starts to subside as the osteoblasts (bone forming cells) and fibroblasts enter the area and being to reform bone. Fibroblasts produce collagen fibers that connect the broken bone ends, while osteoblasts start to form spongy bone. During this stage, PEMF therapy stimulates the synthesis of structural extracellular matrix proteins (which provide structural and biochemical support of surrounding cells) and initiates cascade events in the production of proteins which have a role in gene regulation and signal transduction (also known as cell signaling) of electrical potentials. There is an increase in the production of growth factors that are important for the proliferation and differentiation of osteoblastic cells (bone forming cells) enhancing the repair.

Victoria, G., Petrisor, B., Drew, B., & Dick, D. (2009). Bone stimulation for fracture healing: What′s all the fuss? Indian Journal of Orthopaedics,43(2), 117. https://doi.org/10.4103/0019-5413.50844

Schemitsch, E., & Kuzyk, P. (2009). The science of electrical stimulation therapy for fracture healing. Indian Journal of Orthopaedics, 43(2), 127. https://doi.org/10.4103/0019-5413.50846

Bony callous formation: It takes about two months for the broken bone ends to be firmly joined together after the fracture. This is similar to the endochondral formation of bone when cartilage becomes ossified; osteoblasts (bone forming cells), osteoclasts (responsible for bone reabsorption), and bone matrix are present. PEMF therapy increases the mineralization of this matrix and the calcification of bone. Calcium is upregulated, which is important in bone healing, as it has a role in the mineralization of bone and conducts the communication between cell surface receptors, antibodies, and hormones for DNA synthesis needed for bone healing. The upregulation of growth factor synthesis by PEMF therapy acts similarly to enhance bone healing. PEMF therapy works to increase the cellular matrix synthesis and gene expression, which in turn increases bone cellular proliferation and differentiation, leading to enhanced callus formation and maturation.

Griffin, M., & Bayat, A. (2011). Electrical stimulation in bone healing: critical analysis by evaluating levels of evidence. Eplasty, 11(July), e34. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21847434%0A
http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=PMC3145421

Bone remodellingThe bony callus is then remodelled by osteoclasts (bone reabsorption) and osteoblasts (bone forming cells). Compact bone is added to create bone tissue that is similar to the original, unbroken bone. This remodeling can take many months; the bone may remain uneven for years. PEMF stimulates remodeling by increasing the rate of osteoblast activity.

Chalidis, B., Sachinis, N., Assiotis, A., Maccauro, G., & Graziani, F. (2011). Stimulation of Bone Formation and Fracture Healing with Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields: Biologic Responses and Clinical Implications. International Journal of Immunopathology and Pharmacology, 24(1_suppl2), 17–20. https://doi.org/10.1177/03946320110241S204

Griffin, M., & Bayat, A. (2011). Electrical stimulation in bone healing: critical analysis by evaluating levels of evidence. Eplasty, 11(July), e34. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21847434%0A
http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=PMC3145421

Schemitsch, E., & Kuzyk, P. (2009). The science of electrical stimulation therapy for fracture healing. Indian Journal of Orthopaedics, 43(2), 127. https://doi.org/10.4103/0019-5413.50846

In summary, electromagnetic fields such as PEMF therapy help regulate and stimulate repair of fractures and increases the union rates in fractures previously refractory to healing. PEMF exerts a beneficial effect on fracture biology through several impressive mechanisms and pathways.PEMF can be considered an adjuvant, safe and non-invasive method for the treatment of bone fractures both in delayed unions or nonunions.  

The PMT Digital system is a pulsed electromagnetic field device with a peak performance of up to 3990 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.

  • Does it work in other areas such as muscle tissues, circulation and neuropathy deseases?

  • Any chance it can heal a cracked tooth? Its a clean break in the gum.

    • Unfortunately not. The problem with teeth is that they are organs which have a living core with nervous system, blood supply and only a very thin outer shell. Once cracked bacteria can enter into the dentin and it’s pre programmed problems. Just coming back from the dentist because of a cracked tooth. Bit on an olive stone. He told me what I am sharing with you now.

  • Does it work for hip degeneration due to age and wear and tear?

    • Yes most certainly. Adequate supplementation so that the body has the right building material and PEMF combines are very effective.

  • Diane Jensen says:

    Would it help lower back pain that is caused by arthritis?

    • Most certainly. The main focus of your quest though should be to find the cause of arthritis. The healing effect of PEMF on your joints, tenants and ligaments is seperate from the cause. Usually you will find the reason for arthritis to be multifactorial like dysbiosis, food sensitivities, leaky gut, toxins, infections and deficiencies that trigger an inflammation. Once you reverse the cause the effects of PEMF will be permanent and lasting.

      • How did you do the paddle & the butterfly together? On the picture the paddle has two plugins at the end of the cord & the butterfly has one but the machine only has two sockets to plug in

        • Hi Noda, each applicator has one plug. I had plugged in the paddle and the butterfly. The large loop was not connected. As I treat a small area I have used those 2 to focus the effects very concentrated.

  • Hi guys, I have one of these machines at home (built during my war on Lyme terror) and since then I have even extended it to helping others on their journey back to health. Marcus concentrated on Bones (for a reason) here but I can assure you that it even helped with Frozen Shoulders, Kidney calcification, Fibromyalgia and even chipped Heels to name a few. It certainly gives my skin a smoother feeling but I am not sure on looks though 🙂

    Marcus has all it takes to get well but also be warned that none of these gadgets is a stand alone without the help of good nutrition and our body’s ability to detox.

    As a Lyme survivor I have past through the realm of Rife, Bob Beck, Hulda Clark, Ozone, PERM, Far Infrared, which all has helped me to lead a normal life again instead of rot in pain. Lately I am testing on Near Infrared Light to perhaps help with Macular Degeneration. Marcus suggested Ozone Saline Solution which I am going to do as well. If anyone has any other ideas or suggestions please do let me know.

    Thank you Marcus for all you do!

    • Hi Wanie, just to add to what I had sent you. The main effect for Macular Degeneration will come from the rectal insufflations. It’s around 70% of the treatment protocol combined with Saline Solutions would be more effective. There are numerous targeted natural therapies which can help support such as: Vitamin C, glutathione, amino acids, B vitamins, Astaxanthin and other potent antioxidants. Combined with Ozone this will be very effective.

      • Thanks Marcus, yes I have been doing Ear, Rectal and Vaginal insufflations too. I was quite surprised when this problem came about in spite of all that. I just wanted to streamline my protocals if I can to target this particular issue. Well anyway good things take time, perhaps I am just being a bit too impatient 🙂

  • I had breast cancer with Mets to the lymph nodes. I did a bilateral Mastectomy, and 18 nodes under my arm were removed. I choose not to have radiation or chemotherapy. Doctor did put me on a estrogen blocker. But of course I am concerned the cancer may return. Would taking PEMF treatments help? And if so where should I place the it and what speed would be most effective? Thank you.

    • Most certainly. PEMF supports your immune system, gives you better healing energy, oxygenates the area that is treated, your cell metabolism is increased leading to more energy and your cancer cells are flagged. There are many advantages to using PEMF after surgery and to expedite the healing.

      I would however not solely rely on PEMF to avoid reoccurrence. There are reasons you had cancer. Do you know what they are? Do you have deficiencies? Do you have infections? Have you exposed to heavy metals? Are your detox pathways working well? Do you have high inflammation? These are just a few questions that will give you a very good treatment plan. If you need help wit that you can book a consultation here: https://healthytobe.com/product/truly-heal-cause-evaluation-treatment-recommendations/

  • Dr Sara Jenkins says:

    How do you feel about vaccinations?

    • Dont do them! Rather have once a year a good old-fashioned cold with a heavy fever and a few days in bed. It’s how your immune system learns how to defeat enemies, invaders, cancer and infections. All pathogens and cancer cells are flagged with heat shock proteins and become detectable to an enhanced and increased immune system. Vaccinations prevent this annual training camp of your immune system and render it helpless against a serious attack. Thats why parents whose kids have been vaccinated are so scared that a child which is not vaccinated brings a disease their children can’t deal with. Common sense tells us that boosting the immune system and letting it deal with pathogens is healthy. (Playing in dirt)

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