PEMF Therapy Australia Services
For all of Australia
Almost anyone interested in PEMF has the same question; can PEMF help me or a loved one? The only way to find out is to have a go on a PEMF machine and the quickest method is to rent a system first to see if it shows any benefit. Not all systems on the market work and you do get what you pay for, so be very careful. PEMF takes repeated treatments… again a good reason to rent a PEMF device that is VERY easy to use... plus I’m just a phone call away in Melbourne, Australia for any support questions. 0452 527 284.
There are many kinds of PEMF devices on the market, so if you want advice then contact us.
What is PEMF?
PEMF (pulsed electromagnetic field) therapy or pulse electromagnetic therapy is relatively new to Australia. It is used in hospitals in Germany and Eastern Europe for over twenty years and is backed by thousands of clinical studies. It is FDA approved in the USA for brain cancer, non-union bone fractures that won’t heal, depression and incontinence.
I have been treating people using low frequency, low intensity and earth-based electromagnetic fields for over four years. I got involved with PEMF for personal reasons. I had a chronic lower back problem for over 26 years from a serious accident. I broke my back and ended up on crutches for seven months. I tried many kinds of alternative therapy over the years such as chiropractors, acupuncture, physios, saunas, massage, NIS, NET, EFT… you name it. I researched complementary medicine and energy medicine technology and spent $40K to $50K over the years with no lasting results until I discovered PEMF. I had to purchase a PEMF device, as I could not find anyone offering the service four years ago. I did extensive research for three months on PEMF and finally purchased an iMRS PEMF device made by Swiss Bionic Solutions. After a little over a week, my back problem faded away and has never come back.
The iMRS systems, made in Germany for over 25 years, is the only low frequency and low-intensity system that generates two different waveforms, has far-infrared built into the full-body mat and you can operate two different PEMF applicators at the same time on full power. You can also get an integrated brain entrainment and biofeedback system as additional options. There are 18 reasons to seriously look at the iMRS Prime system of PEMF machines.
What does PEMF therapy do? Pulsing an electromagnetic wave through your body generates Faraday’s law of induction, which produces micro-currents. The body has a charge or voltage. Chronic illness and injuries also have an associated low voltage. A PEMF machine is basically a charging system that increases efficiency just like charging a battery. If the body’s tissues are working more efficiently, then this allows it to regain its balance to promote homeostasis. PEMF does not heal, it only helps create the energy to so.
What is a PEMF treatment like? Pulsed electromagnetic therapy treatments take around thirty minutes to an hour depending on the practitioner. Mine takes an hour. I treat the whole body first by lying on a large mat or PEMF applicator for ten to fifteen minutes. Most people don’t feel anything with low-intensity and low-frequency PEMF machines. You don’t feel the earth’s natural magnetic field, which is what we use to realign the body’s internal electromagnetic system through natural resonance and harmonics. We treat the whole body on a systemic approach knowing that where a problem manifests in the body is not necessary the single source of the problem. Then we use localised or more focused PEMF applicators to apply additional treatment to the problem areas. Most people don’t feel anything except we also use far-infrared that is built into the full body mat, which enhances the benefits of PEMF. A treatment costs $70 for an hour.
How long does it take for PEMF to work? It depends on the person, their age, the physical condition and its state, lifestyle, mental approach to life and other variables. Some people notice something in the first treatment while others may take weeks or even months. The best way to find out is to rent a PEMF device and use it in the convenience of your own home. Low frequency and low-intensity PEMF machines are very easy to use and perfectly safe. Just set time and intensity on a digital numeric display, plus there is phone support from me in Australia.
Will PEMF therapy really work for me? The only way to find out if PEMF will work for you is to have a series of treatments, or better yet, rent a system. A treatment lasts approximately four to six hours depending on how well you are hydrated. The best way to see any benefits of pulsed electromagnetic therapy is by doing several treatments each day in your own home. It also makes more sense to rent a system for $150 per week, as opposed to paying $70 for just one treatment. Your body does not repair itself overnight or in one treatment. There is also a $500 refundable security bond with each PEMF rental.
NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) did a four-year study on PEMF (2003-2007) and found that PEMF used at low frequency (10 Hz) with a square waveform is safe. They also found that neural tissue growth increased 250% to 400%. The contraindications with PEMF are pregnancy, epilepsy and implanted battery-operated devices like pacemakers.
What types of conditions can PEMF therapy treat? Some PEMF devices are FDA approved in the USA for brain cancer (one type of cancer was only tested), non-union bone fractures, depression and anxiety and incontinence. There are thousands of published studies on PubMed or you can access approximately 1600 studies about the beneficial effects of PEMF’s here.
In 1995, Siskin and Walker provided a summary of clinical results on soft tissue damage. They observed no adverse effects with low-frequency PEMF and the following positive effects:
- Reduced pain
- Improved sleep
- Reduced inflammation
- Increased range of motion
- Reduced muscle loss after surgery
- Increased tensile strength in ligaments
- Faster healing of skin wounds
- Enhanced capillary formation
- Accelerated nerve regeneration
- Stimulate reflexology and acupuncture-like reactions in the body
- Increased production of nitric oxide
- improved micro–circulation
- Increased supply of oxygen, ions and nutrients
- Increased ATP production
- Accelerated protein bio-synthesis by electron and energy transfer
- Anti-oxidations regulation with increased circulation of available electrons
- Increased calcium transport/absorption for stronger bones, joints & muscles
- Enhanced tissue elasticity with increased collagen production
- Promotes bone, cartilage, tendon, soft tissue growth
- Stimulation of repair mechanisms
- Increased absorption of nutrients and pharmaceuticals
- Accelerated detoxification
Is PEMF safe?
The three contraindications for low frequency and low intensity PEMF systems are:
1 – pregnancy, 2 – epilepsy, 3 – any battery-operated implanted device like a pacemaker
For high intensity systems there are many cautions besides the ones listed above:
Breast implants, implanted metals, such as joint replacements, dental implants, mechanical heart valves, metal stents, or metal staples in blood vessels metal screws in bones
The only side-effects of PEMF can be some dehydration and detoxification… also know as a Herxheimer reaction or Herx in Australia. Standard protocols for low-intensity PEMF machines elicit little or no side effects in 95% of the people treated.
Is PEMF legal?
Swiss Bionic Solutions, the manufacturer of the iMRS Prime and Omnium1 PEMF devices has passed certification testing by MDSAP for their systems as a class 1 medical device. MDSAP (Medical Device Single Audit Programme) certificates are a global regulation conformity assessment document that is issued after the regulator (MDSAP) is satisfied that requirements, comparable to the Australian conformity assessment procedures, have been applied to a medical device by the manufacturer of the device. This is the first step in the process of becoming TGA (Therapeutics Goods Administration) approved in Australia. The iMRS Prime and Omnium1 will hopefully be TGA approved as a medical device in Australia early in 2022. They are distributed nationally in Australia by PEMF Therapy Australia Pty Ltd.
All electrical equipment imported and sold in Australia must be proven to be electrically safe. All electrical products, regardless of use, must comply with AS/NZS 3820, which is the general electrical safety standard.
The iMRS Prime and Omnium1 PEMF devices have the internationally recognised CB Certificate, which is recognised under the IECEE scheme and Australia is an active member of this association. CB certificates are fully recognized by the Australian governing authority, no additional national certification for electrical safety and electromagnetic compatibility is necessary.