NCET Supports Rotary It is no secret that NCET have always been supporters of the Rotary Club, seeing as our Director Kasey Phifer is a member of the Bristol Breakfast Rotary Club. She was also awarded the Paul Harris Fellow Awardee in 2021 which recognises individuals who have contributed their time, effort, and [...]
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NCET Stands with BHMA As NCET continues to grow, it is important that we recognise other companies who share our ideals, values, and hopes for the future. The British Association for Holistic Medicine and Healthcare are a perfect example of a company we align ourselves with. Note: NCET is not officially affiliated with [...]
NCET Partners Up With Love Evolution NCET are incredibly excited to announce a collaboration with our Canadian friends over at Love Evolution. Both groups have decided that by partnering up we are able to generate new ideas and brainstorm new ways to continue offering therapy to people who desperately need it. Our focus [...]
PEMF Outside The U.K. Whilst there are limited studies within the U.K. (which can be viewed HERE), there are a wider range of research and clinical trials internationally. PEMF Therapy has undergone extensive research since the 1970s, with Europe and the USA leading the development of electromagnetic therapy for clinical use. Below you [...]
UK-Based PEMF Therapy & Electromagnetic Treatment Studies: A Tabular Overview If you have read our many articles looking into Pulsed Electromagnetic Therapy, you can see that it is a well-established form of non-invasive treatment used in a wide array of conditions and illnesses. Whilst PEMF Therapy has been rigorously studied -- largely within [...]
PEMF Therapy Improves Symptoms of Depression A study by the University of Southern Denmark in 2017 revealed the benefits of Pulsed Electromagnetic Therapy in treating symptoms of depression. The study used PEMF equipment that created electrical impulses of 220V and used a helmet with 7 electrical coils attached to administer the treatment. 52 participants [...]
Our Pilot Study on PEMF for PTSD & Trauma In this article you'll see the full and unabridged study protocol we submitted to ClinicalTrials.gov under Identifier: NCT05033600. Then you'll see the anonymous survey data we used to evaluate treatment efficacy. Most importantly, you'll see right at the beginning of this post a short summary [...]
Insomnia & PEMF Therapy Insomnia is classed as a medical condition that prevents individuals from having regular, restful sleep. The NHS define the symptoms of insomnia as finding it difficult to fall or stay asleep during the night, waking up early and cannot go back to sleep, feeling exhausted during the day, and having [...]
PEMF Therapy to Treat Hormonal Imbalances One of the body's main systems is the Endocrine System, which is commonly referred to as the ‘Hormone System’. This is found in many living organisms including birds, mammals, and fish. The Endocrine System is comprised of glands in the body which are very small but very [...]
5 Ways We Help You with Financial Difficulties At the National Centre for Electromagnetic Therapies (NCET) we have a strong dedication to accessibility: Life-enhancing and preventative electromagnetic therapies should be offered close to where you live or be available via home rental programmes, and also financially affordable. These beliefs are at the [...]