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I must have been asked a thousand times about the difference between PEMF Devices like MagnaPulse and resonant devices like MRS and Curatron. Yesterday, I got a miffed at an intentionally misleading ad – so I decided to publish a real technical explanation of the difference between PEMF – devices and resonant devices…
Most people who start researching are confused and skeptical for two main reasons:
In spite of these factors, a large and growing population of individuals with positive experience contradict the dogma that health is not influenced by electrical energy — and that energetic devices lack efficacy.
It’s important to recognize that there are two different categories of Electromagnetic Therapy Devices:
So the first thing we’ll do is help you figure out what kind of device you’re studying. It’s the difference between hummers versus ringers…
Resonant devices are most easily explained with a picture. These are waveforms like those produced by different resonant devices. The amount of time it takes for one complete waveform is called the period, and the number of cycles per second is called the frequency.
The shapes of the waves reflect the waveform.
Sometimes these devices will “sweep” which is to go from one frequency to another – but they always output a repeating signal.
Resonant device manufacturers use the word ”pulse”, as in pulsed electromagnetic device, mislead their readers – because a “Pulse” is a very different waveform than any of these regular waves.
Let’s talk about pulses now – or Ringers.
Here is what a pulsed waveform tends to look like. Note that this is a single event. The ups-and-downs are echoes that happen when energy bounces around the antenna before it leaves.
Pulse events tend to make items resonate at their own frequency. Think about ringing a bell – you hit the bell and it rings. The hit is the pulse, and the ringing that happens – is at the frequency defined by the bell. So if you graph a ring – there’s the hit – and then the ring. The frequency of the ring comes from the entity that received the energy.
Pulsed Magnetic Devices – make cells ring at their own frequency. Cells are like bells.
Hummers and ringers have different effects. Now that we’ve got that straightened out – lets talk about electrical…
Magnetic devices are either hummers or ringers. Here are a few clues to help you sort them into different categories.
To help with this sorting, we’re going to create some filter questions for Pulsed Devices:
That said, we do care about the other devices because we feel it’s important for our audience to understand why the differences may be important to them.
To figure out if it is a Resonant Device:
Okay – so the real questions is what are they good for…
There are two different categories of devices, and they are as different as cats and dogs, but both are animals because both use an electro-magnetic field to trigger physiological effects.
Like animals, the characteristic of the field defines the effect. Resonant and Plasma Discharge fields are very different in character, and therefore effect. As dogs are poor at catching mice, cats are poor at keeping foxes out of the chicken house. The performance and cost of each device suits different needs.
So, in our opinion, both are valuable. Resonant devices tend to fit health-maintenance requirements, while Plasma Discharge Devices tend to be better suited to health repair applications.
This forum specifically addresses to pulse discharge devices or Plasma Discharge Device, which are different from resonance devices which utilize various waveforms.
The basic question boils down to “Which is better?” Well that’s an unfair question and it depends on the problem the device is being used to solve. Here are some guidelines:
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The first challenge of a PEMF device is proper usage. PEMF devices produce an almost immediate benefit, with very rare adverse responses. This protocol enables a self guided initial therapy experience.
This series assures a successful PEMF experience with progress evaluation, and early identification of factors that may result non-typical response. The result is a successful first-time experience, with reduced discomfort, and early identification of non-typical response.
If you’ve had an experience where PEMF helped you… Please Submit a Survey.
Our surveys help others to see more than a single experience in simple testimonial. Data which shows what multiple people that a technology helped group of people is more credible.
This page provides access to methods for using various PEMF devices.
How many times have you wanted a guide to manage successful initial PEMF therapy – that didn’t blindly quote an arbitrary number of minutes? If you’re like me, at least a thousand.
How often have you wanted to tell a person what to expect from a PEMF session? How much relief was likely, or how long relief will last? How often have you wanted to know how to screen individuals likely to have poor or negative response, so you can pay extra attention?
Over years, with thousands of people, we learned how to manage the PEMF therapy experience into a successful, positive experience, about 99.9% of the time. We miss about one in a thousand these days. We built a series of guides to help you be successful too.
Then we took all our data, and compiled a response predictor guide - Within seconds, estimate a persons probable response, tolerance and recommended therapy duration for PEMF therapy based on apparent health status:
When we started this list, our results were awesome, maybe one negative response in 200 people. Now, we see a negative response in about 1000 sessions.
To make it live, we added a reporting utility. If you see a negative response, please report it to us here. We will add it to our database, and search for ways to avoid this in the future.
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