Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy or Magnetotherapy

Abraham McLaughlin
Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy or Magnetotherapy


  • Benefits of Magnetotherapy for the complementary treatment of diseases
  • TCMP (Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy)
  • Conditions that can be treated in a complementary way
  • Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy in the World of Yesterday and Today
  • What are some of its benefits?
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Benefits of Magnetotherapy for the complementary treatment of diseases

In recent years, science applied to the service of human beings has taken giant steps. Technologies ranging from bright and smart TV screens, computers, cell phones, mobile devices, all satellite technology and more. These devices have become valuable tools for us, as this is how we carry out many of our daily activities; electromagnetism is part of the life of everyone in the world. However, the magnetic radiation emitted by all of them is harmful to our well-being.

In this type of specialized fields for treatment, electromagnetic radiation harmful to health is not generated. All our bodily functions need electrical stimulation of the brain and through the nerves it reaches the muscles.

Who can benefit the most from TCMP? All people, since their action is at the cellular level… From high-performance athletes and dancers, to people who spend many hours in front of a screen, those with posture problems also benefit greatly. It is only contraindicated for those who have pacemakers. They are a myriad of conditions whose condition can improve with TCMP.

This therapy has been endorsed since 1976 by the FDA (Fud & Drug Administration) for the treatment of joints, bones, chronic pain and ulcer healing.

Conclusions of scientific investigations of the WHO (World Health Organization)

“In the last 30 years, approximately 25,000 articles have been published on the biological effects and medical applications of non-ionizing radiation. Despite the fact that some people think that more research is needed, the scientific knowledge in this field is now broader than that for most chemicals. Based on an in-depth review of scientific publications, the WHO concluded that existing results do not confirm that exposure to low-intensity electromagnetic fields produces any health consequences ".

TCMP (Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy)

In TCMP, electrical microcurrents are induced, the conductive material is mainly living tissues, this is how we stimulate them: through electrotherapy. Treatment is painless and invasive.

The CM is pulsed because it emits the electromagnetic field intermittently, its intensity can vary according to the needs of the patient, the therapist can indicate what the protocol is. Frequency is measured in Hertz and means the number of pulses per second.

Magnets are not used here; in them, the intensity is the same, but in the CMP their intensity varies and can be measured (Gauss). It is based on Faraday's Law or electromagnetic induction. Electricity is generated and conducted through inductors, which are inside the mattress, which is connected to an electronic brain.

Conditions that can be treated in a complementary way

The electromagnetic field is something that the body needs to function and produce the electrical conductivity of the body, most people have low conductivity and that makes the body not produce the necessary electricity, so the patient has to make more effort to generate the electricity you need.

Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy in the World of Yesterday and Today

There are very old references to the use of CM in medicine and aesthetics, great ancient civilizations such as Egypt, India, China and Greece already used them for the treatment of many ailments and to maintain vitality.

  • Europe, Russia, China and Japan use together for the treatment of some chronic diseases such as cancer.
  • The University of Santiago, Cuba uses TCMP as a complement for the treatment of breast cancer, with excellent results in research.
  • In Mexico it is authorized for orthopedic rehabilitation. As a health professional and at the same time a patient with chronic degenerative diseases, I can also assure you that TCMP, together with essential oils, have been a great complementary resource for the treatment of many physical and psychological ailments of many patients..
  • Scientific research is currently being conducted at the United States National Institute of Health to understand the effects of magnetism on biological systems..

The therapy is applied with specialized appliances, the best ones are those that have the shape of a mattress, since they allow the patient to receive the therapy all over the body simultaneously.

What are some of its benefits?

Improves the condition of the musculoskeletal system: Increases the strength of muscles and tendons, while accelerating the recovery of bone tissues when there are fractures.

  • Promotes blood flow in veins and arteries: Stimulates the formation of new blood vessels. Activates the regeneration of venous and arterial endothelium.
  • Regenerates cells by activating their metabolism by increasing cell function, this through the movement of ions through the cell membrane, oxygenation and the increase of growth factors.
  • It is a bioregenerative stimulus (at the cellular level).
  • Promotes cell regeneration, collagen formation and endothelium formation.
  • Accelerates wound and ulcer healing.
  • Avoid soft tissue calcification. (Tumors and Cancer)
  • Has anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects.
  • Stimulates the regeneration of cartilage and bones.
  • Helps balance cellular PH.

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  • http://www.who.int/peh-emf/about/WhatisEMF/es/
  • https://www.dsalud.com/reportaje/la-sanacion-con-campos-magneticos-pulsantes/

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