Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Gout Therapy
Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy, PEMFT
It started all in 2003 when NASA published a technical paper describing their research on PEMFT. In this study, they discovered that PEMFT was able to increase the growth of neural stem cells and to induce about 150 growth factor genes. In 2006 NASA published that low-amplitude, rapidly time-varying electromagnetic fields exert a very potent effect on the proliferation, morphology, and gene expression of cells. By 2004, the FDA did start to recognize PEMFT.
Low-frequency PEMFT passes right through the body, penetrating every cell, tissue, organ and even bone, stimulate electrical and chemical processes in the tissues. Repairing electrical charges in Cells, resulting in better cellular health and functioning.
Every good Gout treatment increases circulation. PEMFT increases circulation.
Poor circulation makes cells, tissues, organs unhealthy. The body becomes prone to disease.
Augmented circulation helps cells, tissues, organs to get the nutrition and oxygen they need resulting in cells, tissue , organs that can heal and regenerate.
An injured red blood cell does not hold its ideal charge. As a result, sick red blood cells "stick" together, making circulation slow.
When an electrical current, as a result of a fast-changing magnetic field, passes through red blood cells, they reform and the red blood cell surface becomes again negatively charged.
This creates a repulsive force allowing the red blood cells to free float and not stick together anymore.
In addition, PEMFs change the composition of the blood vessel walls causing blood vessels to dilate, improving blood flow.
Inflammation is a necessary and beneficial process, but abnormal TNF production in the Spleen, can lead to developing chronic inflammation, or the typical gout attacks.
PEMFs have been found to reduce chronic, damaging inflammation, by treating the Spleen, and by killing T lymphocytes.
Other Gout Advantages of PEMFT
Bone & Joint Healing
Blood Pressure Regularization
Helping Nerve function
Helping Organ function