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>Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Magnetic therapy research
TREATING MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS WITH EMF
There is no known medical cure for multiple sclerosis (MS), but a promising
alternative approach has been developed using electromagnetic fields (EMFs) to
treat the pineal gland.
Studies have found evidence suggesting that there is a connection between
multiple sclerosis and dysfunction of the pineal gland:
• During relapses, MS patients have abnormally low night time blood levels of
melatonin, a hormone produced by the pineal gland.
• Brain scans of MS patients show that all have calcification of the pineal
• MS patients have low levels of serotonin, a neurotransmitter that is a
precursor of melatonin, and are regulated by melatonin.
• The symptoms of MS correlate with those of serotonin deficiency: carbohydrate
craving, fatigue, headache, sleep disorders, spasticity, poor bladder control,
cognitive deficits, migraines, and a high rate of depression and suicide.
Nutritional or biochemical attempts to enhance serotonin synthesis in MS
patients have not worked well. But the pineal gland is very sensitive to EMF, so
researchers tried applying extremely low intensity, pulsed EMF in an attempt to
‘energize’ the gland. This natural treatment was successful in creating marked symptom
improvement in 60% to 70% of MS patients in the study, and the remainder noticed
mild to moderate improvement. The treatment was most effective at the early
stages of the disease. EMF had been shown previously to affect the circadian
release of melatonin, and boost the release of melatonin, and boost the release
of neurotransmitters by altering intracellular calcium-ion transport at the
Biomagnetic Research Protocol for Sacroiliac Pain Reduction - 2001
by Lindsey Groem, CTB
Case History & Orientation: A 25 year old woman presents with a 4 year history
of left side sacroiliac (SI) pain occurring once yearly. Past treatments include
X-rays, injection of medication at site of pain, neural tests, and prescription
muscle relaxants and anti-inflammatory medications. This method of treatment
resulted in decreased pain but the side affects of the medication forced her to
sleep most of the day,
missing 5 full days of work in 2001. Client reported the level of pain as being
the highest she has ever experienced and did go into the emergency room for
help. This was a 9.5 out of 10. She could only find some relief seated upright
on a soft couch or chair. Recurrence of pain was on December 28, 2002. Her pain
level in this recurrence was a 5 as she has decided to prevent it from becoming
worse through Biomagnetic therapy. As before there was sacroiliac pain on the
left side radiating down posterior hamstring. Right hamstring also tight
secondary to pelvic tilt 1.5 inches to the left. This occurred after moderate
mat exercises that targeted the hips, buttocks, and lower abdominal muscles.
Assessment Used: PT evaluated pelvic tilt: 1.5 inches to left Pain scale: 5/10
Hypothesis: SI radiating pain and tightness are a direct result of the pelvic
tilt. The magnetic exposure may decrease the pain and lactic acid build up thus
allowing normal movement. Inflammation may be decreased. Pt may continue working
normally without medication or too much pain.
Treatment Goals: Decrease pain from level 5 to level 1 and to increase Range Of
Motion to 'Within Normal Limits'.
Treatment Plan: Type of Magnet Used-Ceramic 4" x 6.5" Gauss internal 3,950 &
magnetic pad 12"x18" with small ceramic disks
Polarity - Negative only next to body
Techniques - Direct & stacking
Duration - 3 days, 30 minute treatments each day and 8 hours each night while
Observations/Outcomes: Goals fully achieved. The initial 30-minute treatment
decreased pain to level 2 /10 & client was able to stretch as needed. Her
anxiety was less due to the immediate decrease in pain using the magnets. Within
4 days the problem was stopped. In comparison to other treatments Bio magnetic
therapy was incredible. This could have potentially been another very
distressful problem, which caused the client a lot of anxiety that she was going
to have to experience another week of pain and missed work. In the future, if
this problem arises again the client will without a doubt use Bio magnetic
therapy as the first intervention.
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