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 can find a summary table of PEMF studies, along with a brief summary and number of participants. Links to all these studies are provided.

Title Link Summary

Pulsed Magnetic Field Treatment of Anxiety, Panic and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders A third of patients felt significant improvement of symptoms related to PTSD & Depression.

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for the Treatment of Adults with PTSD, GAD, or Depression: A Review of Clinical Effectiveness and Guidelines PEMF Therapy is useful and effective in treating symptoms related to PTSD & Depression.

Pulsed Electro Magnetic Fields (PEMF) in Depression PEMF therapy led to a 62% reduction in participants’ depression rating.

Dose-remission of pulsating electromagnetic fields as augmentation in therapy-resistant depression: a randomized, double-blind controlled study 73% of patients improved their symptoms after eight weeks of daily use, and 52% were still in remission after two years since the trial.

Impulse magnetic-field therapy for insomnia: a double-blind, placebo-controlled study 70% of patients receiving active PEMF treatment experienced ‘substantial or even complete relief of their complaints’. Whilst the placebo group felt benefits, patients who had PEMF treatment were ‘highly significant’ in their differences. No side effects were recorded.

Efficacy of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in the treatment of patients with chronic primary insomnia PEMF therapy was successful in treating symptoms related to Insomnia, including Depression. The study concluded that PEMF therapy was more beneficial than ‘both medication and psychotherapy treatments’.
Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields Rapidly Modulate
Intracellular Signaling Events in Osteoblastic Cells:
Comparison to Parathyroid Hormone and Insulin Cell regeneration was improved by the use of PEMF therapy.
10 Ways PEMF Helps the Body to Heal – Bryant Meyers PEMF therapy can provide pain relief similar to opiods. It is also able to balance out chemicals and hormones in the human body.

Extremely low frequency pulsed electromagnetic fields cause antioxidative defense mechanisms in human osteoblasts via induction of •O2  and H2O2 The study concluded that PEMF was a beneficial therapy that could support ‘bone formation under oxidative stress conditions’. It also promoted healthier bone regeneration.
Compare the effects of electromagnetic therapy and exercises on estrogen
hormone The study found out that after PEMF therapy, Oestrogen levels ‘meaningfully increase[ed]’ to a level which benefitted the patients. It also increases essential vitamins throughout the body, mainly Vitamin D which promotes calcium growth. From this, bone density and maintenance were improved also. The study concluded that PEMF therapy was a meaningful therapeutic method in strengthening the Endocrine System and promoting healthier cell regeneration.

PEMF Therapy for Hormonal Imbalances PEMF therapy can ‘charge’ cells in order to bring them back to their normal functioning level. This allows the body to produce more healthy cells and balance hormones in the body.

Promising application of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields (PEMFs) in musculoskeletal disorders By regulating hormonal growth, PEMF has been shown to help with various musculoskeletal conditions including tendon growth and repair, osteoarthritis, and fractures.
Biological Effects of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) Therapy  PEMF Therapy increases the growth of osteoblasts, cytokines, prostaglandins, and cell growth factors.

The therapeutic effect of a pulsed electromagnetic field on the reproductive patterns of male Wistar rats exposed to a 2.45-GHz microwave field PEMF can combat oxidative stress from microwave frequencies to promote the growth of testosterone instead.

[Initial experiences in the treatment of psoriasis with pulsating magnetic fields] PEMF therapy was shown to improve 100% of patients with skin conditions on the scalp. 73.7% of males and 75% of females also showed improvement with skin conditions in general bodily areas.

Low-frequency pulsed electromagnetic fields significantly improve time of closure and proliferation of human tendon fibroblasts PEMF therapy increased the healing potential of the body, especially regarding muscle recovery.

The Effectiveness of Bioresonance Method on Human Health 90% of patients observed no symptoms at all or showed significant improvement through PEMF treatment. These symptoms largely focussed on retinal, respiratory, cutaneous, and gastrointestinal issues.

Want To Find Out More?

Whilst the above list is not a fully comprehensive list of all the PEMF studies that have been conducted, it serves as a reminder of the breadth of uses and beneficial applications that PEMF can have on the body and mind.

It is the NCET’s ambition to get PEMF therapy adopted by the NHS, therefore allowing this treatment to become more widespread and accessible for the general public. If you wish to find out more about our clinical research, or wish to offer assistance, please get in touch with us at