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PEMF for Multiple Sclerosis – The Protocol

There are a number of interesting studies that deal with the use of TENS and PEMF for Multiple Sclerosis patients. These studies deal with the effects of EMF therapy as well as TENS and tDCS. The parameters of these studies are not dissimilar to the outputs of the Rife Model MA device. Since the underlying cause of multiple sclerosis is not yet known, therapies aimed at improving the symptoms are currently the best indication of how to approach therapy in cases of MS. To read more about PEMF and TENS for Multiple Sclerosis, click here.

PEMF for Multiple Sclerosis

TENS and PEMF for Multiple sclerosis studies on MS include:

TENS therapy is even listed as one of the accepted therapies by the MSTrust in the UK.

The following protocol takes into account some of the studies on Multiple Sclerosis and is based on practical usage by practitioners using the Model MA for multiple sclerosis. The protocol is merely an idea of what programs could be beneficial for this condition.

Please consider using the suggesting programs and creating your own protocol that suits your patients or your own lifestyle needs. Some programs may provide more relief than others. Please feel free to adjust the protocol for these circumstances.

PEMF for Multiple sclerosis - The Protocol

Multiple Sclerosis – At least 3 to 6 times a week
Circulation – Three times a week
Inflammation – Three times a week
Nerve and nervous disorders  – Three times a week
Relaxation and Meditation – Twice a week – to promote muscle relaxation
Detox and Lymph drainage – At least once a week
Sleep/Schumann – Every night to support healing and sleep
Pain frequencies as necessary to manage specific types of pain

Create a schedule that suits your lifestyle using longer programs on the days you have more time and shorter ones on busier days.

 

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Daytime Multiple Sclerosis

Inflammation
Circulation

Nerve and nervous disorders

Multiple Sclerosis

Nerve and nervous disorders
Multiple Sclerosis

Inflammation

Circulation

Nerve and nervous disorders

Circulation

 

Inflammation

Multiple Sclerosis

Detox and Lymph drainage

Overnight Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann
Additional – if necessary Pain Pain Pain Pain Pain Pain Pain

 

 


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PEMF for Lower Back Pain – Protocol

PEMF for Lower Back Pain

PEMF for Lower Back Pain is quite widely accepted in medical circles. Chronic back pain and chronic lower back pain requires a long-term treatment protocol to reduce or slow the degeneration associated with these types of conditions. It also requires daily supplementation or diet that provides the nutrients required to support health joint and bone growth. Some of these nutrients include calcium, magnesium, vitamin D and collagen or gelatin as a collagen source. It is important to speak to your practitioner for support on which supplements are best for your situation.

PEMF for Lower Back Pain

To read more about PEMF for back pain, click here. Back pain is best treated topically – in other words using the body pads as close to the affected area as possible. Placing the body pads – well moistened – either side of the spine, as close to the affected area as possible has been shown to be most effective to manage back pain.

PEMF therapy has been shown to reduce inflammation, improve circulation and to modulate brain chemicals by affecting the various brain states. It has also been shown to improve cellular metabolism which supports healthy cells and tissues. TENS has been shown to reduce inflammation and pain and increase circulation. The benefits of TENS and PEMF can therefore help to reduce inflammation and support healthy bones and joints. Hence we have developed the back pain protocol based on practitioner feedback and client usage which can be used with the Model MA200.

Please use the programs below to create a therapy that suits your daily schedule. It is best to use the large mat for Schumann at night. This program plays a vital role in boosting the immune system because your immune system is most active at night. New immune cells are produced while you sleep and also the body heals most at night during good periods of restful sleep. Sleep is also vital for supporting healthy cognitive function.

PEMF for Lower Back Pain - Suggested programs

Backache and Spasms – Use daily.
Bone Trauma – Use twice a week using the cylinders.
Inflammation Use 3 times a week using handheld cylinders
Muscular Pain & Injury – Use twice a week using the cylinders.
Pain Lower Back – Use as often as required up to 4 times a day
Sleep/Schumann – Every night to support healing and sleep using the large mat. Pain frequencies as necessary to manage specific types of pain

Create a schedule that suits your lifestyle using longer programs on the days you have more time and shorter ones on busier days.

PEMF for Lower Back Pain - Protocol Example

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Daytime Backache and Spasms

Bone Trauma

Backache and Spasms

Inflammation

Backache and Spasms

Bone Trauma

Backache and Spasms

Inflammation

Backache and Spasms

Muscular Pain & Injury

Backache and Spasms

 

Muscular Pain & Injury

Backache and Spasms

Inflammation

Overnight Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann Schumann
Additional – if necessary Pain Lower Back Pain Lower Back Pain Lower Back Pain Lower Back Pain Lower Back Pain Lower Back Pain Lower Back

 


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