2. Veterinary applications of pulsed electromagnetic field therapy: clinical evidence supports the use of PEMF therapy in both animals and humans for specific clinical indications including bone healing, wound healing, osteoarthritis and inflammation, and treatment of postoperative pain and edema (2018)
4. Effect of pulsed electromagnetic field on nonspecific low back pain patients: Adding pulsed electromagnetic field to Conventional physical therapy Protocol yields superior clinical improvement in pain, functional disability, and lumbar range of motion. (2019)
5. Fundamental and practical aspects of therapeutic uses of pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMFs): PEMFs are therapeutic equal to surgically invasive methods but at considerably less risk and cost.(1989)
6. Effect of pulsed electromagnetic field treatment on programmed resolution of inflammation pathway markers in human cells in culture: PEMF therapy is increasingly used to treat pain and edema associated with inflammation following surgery. (2015)
10. The effect of pulsed electromagnetic frequency therapy on health-related quality of life in military service members with chronic low back pain: Adjunctive treatment with PEMF demonstrated improvements in service members’ overall physical health-related quality of life. (2017).
14. Pulsed electromagnetic field and exercises in patients with shoulder impingement syndrome: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial: Patients in the active PEMF group had a higher level of function and less pain at all follow-up time frames. (2013).
16. Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields for Postsurgical Pain Management in Women Undergoing Cesarean Section: PEMF treatment after C-section decreases postsurgical pain, analgesic use, and surgical wound exudate and edema significantly (2017).
17. Expanding Use of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapies: Electromagnetic therapy carries the promise to heal numerous health problems, even where conventional medicine has failed. Today, magnetic therapy provides a non invasive, safe, and easy method to directly treat the site of injury, the source of pain and inflammation, and a variety of diseases and pathologies. Millions of people worldwide have received help in treatment of the musculoskeletal system, as well as for pain relief. (2009).
20. The effect of pulsed electromagnetic fields in the treatment of osteoarthritis of the knee and cervical spine. Report of randomized, double blind, placebo controlled trials. PEMF has therapeutic benefit in painful OA of the knee or cervical spine. (1994).
22. Pulsed magnetic fields improve osteoblast activity during the repair of an experimental osseous defect: PEMFs at low frequency not only stimulate bone repair but also seem to improve the osteogenic phase of the healing process, at least in our experimental conditions. (1993).
23. Effects of pulsed electromagnetic field therapy on delayed-onset muscle soreness in biceps brachii: PEMF was found to be effective in reducing the physiological deficits associated with DOMS [delayed onset muscle soreness], including improved recovery of perceived muscle soreness, MDF, and EMD during isometric contraction. 2014.
24. Effects of a pulsed electromagnetic therapy on multiple sclerosis fatigue and quality of life: subjects experienced significantly less fatigue during the four weeks they wore the active [PEMF] device than they did while wearing the placebo device. 2003.
25. PEMF - Its Correlation to Enhanced Energy, Endurance, and Performance: The periodic increase in blood flow during the PEMF treatment regimen provides more nutrients and better oxygen. Increased blood flow enhances nutrient delivery and facilitates gas exchange in active or injured tissues. 2020.
28. Effects of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields (PEMF) on Mouse Bone Marrow-Derived Macrophages: PEMF effects on macrophages* can enhance the body’s curative mechanisms to possibly clear infections and tissue damage, dissipate inflammation, and promote healing. 2020.
29. Effects of pulsed electromagnetic field therapy on rotator cuff tendon-to-bone healing in a rat model: PEMF treatment may increase tendon cell metabolism, which in turn increases both collagen production and matrix remodeling. 2018.