Rapid Aging Syndrome and PEMF Therapy
January 23, 2012. In October 2011, Moses Znaimer, President of Zoomer Media, invited me to give a talk at the Zoomer Life Conference in Toronto. Below is short video based on that presentation.
In this video I present information about the harmful effects of electrosmog and the beneficial effects of devices that generate pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF). In Europe these PEMF devices are much more popular than they are in North America. They are used to treat pain, to enhance healing of bone fractures, to treat depression and other psychological disorders, to promote circulation and functioning of the immune system.
In order to better understand how electromagnetic energy affects living organisms, it is important to consider a broad range of exposures and both the harmful and beneficial effects documented in the literature.
Fortunately we have some excellent doctors, scientists, and engineers who have been working with PEMFs for decades and who are willing to share their understanding of this technology. The work of Dr. Rainer Klopp in Germany is particularly enlightening and is mentioned in the video, as is the work of Dr. Thomas Rau at the Swiss Paracelsus Clinic, Dr. Jeff Daskalakis at the University of Toronto, Dr. Jeff Marrongelle at the Bioenergimed Metabolic Institute in Pennsylvania, and Dr. Roland Drolet in Quebec. The devices mentioned in this video include those that promote bone healing; transcranial magnetic stimulation for depression; Rhumart for rheumatism and arthritis; and iMRS and BEMER for a host of symptoms. Many devices are now available and I expect these devices will become more popular here in North America as well.
Various shielding products to reduce electrosmog exposure are also mentioned in this video.
Please note that our research in the area of PEMF is at an early stage. Inclusion of a product in this video does not necessarily imply endorsement.
Click here to watch Dr Oz on PEMF Therapy and Pain Relief.