MAGNAWAVE PEMF FREQUENCY, WHAT IS IT?
Various companies talk about frequency with their devices. When people talk about frequency we tend to think about a dial we turn up and down, like a radio station. You tune in to that station and pick up that radio frequency. However, frequency also means the rate of delivery, the repetition, how often in which something occurs. Frequency on our MagnaWave machines is the rate of delivery, nothing more.
FREQUENCY HAS MANY FORMS
MagnaWave PEMF Frequency is the rate of delivery of the electromagnetic pulse. If someone wants a fast rate, this is a lower powered signal. They can turn it to where it’s clicking very fast and it’s delivering rapidly.
There are companies that are combining other forms of frequency, whether they use light or music to produce frequencies that are absorbed by the body. When you have that sound frequency, there’s a lot of discussion recently about how it affects the body and what it does at the cellular level. There’s the relaxation we get with music and how it allows us to be more receptive to other things going on around us. There are frequencies in that music.
WHAT IS FREQUENCY ON A MAGNAWAVE DEVICE?
So, to be clear the frequency becomes, in essence, very confusing when people address what it’s doing. MagnaWave PEMF frequency is the rate of delivery of the electromagnetic pulses. This is how often you hear or feel the click-click click-click. That is our frequency. Someone else’s frequency may be something that you can’t feel.
Many devices that talk about frequency or devices that you can’t feel, they set them up to stimulate the molecules in a certain fashion with a specific delivery system that they’re using. That’s fine. The end result is what happens.
LOW VOLTAGE, LOW FREQUENCY OR HIGH VOLTAGE, LOW FREQUENCY?
Dr. Robert Dennis’s recent article explains the state of PEMF today. He clearly says that he’s a low voltage and low-frequency person from the standpoint of the devices that he has. Then people say, “Well you can achieve the same results with the low powered units as you get with the high-powered units.”
That’s true. You can. It’s slower, that’s the primary difference. Those results take longer. If you have the time, if it works for you that’s fine. Low-power devices will work, they’re just slower.
RANGE OF FREQUENCY OR RANGE OF POWER?
Dr. Dennis points out in his article that he recently heard that quite often people will use a higher-powered unit to get to where they want to be then they’ll use lower powered units to move the situation along. MagnaWave goes from the lowest power available to much higher power, so you can rapidly reduce inflammation and reduce pain.
PEMF BY ANY OTHER NAME
They all work, low or high. It simply depends on where you want to be in that cycle and how do you describe what you deliver. To go a little bit farther, people talk about FDA and what’s approved and what’s not approved. What you’ll find there is very interesting. There are devices approved for glioblastoma and for depression that are PEMF devices. But they aren’t called PEMF, they call it trans-magnetic stimulation.
By calling it trans-magnetic stimulation it looks different. People in the glioblastoma situation call it something a little different. Companies can do that. However, when you dig deep into the research, you’ll find that they’re all delivering pulsed magnetic signals of varying deliveries and varying strength. They’re utilizing which one works the best for that ailment.
WHERE IS THE FDA APPROVAL?
People say, “Well I don’t see these devices as PEMF devices approved.” They’re approved with specific descriptions like it is with many drugs, the one we’ll use for example is Viagra. Viagra was originally a heart medication that was found to be a stimulant. The manufacturer changed the color, they changed the name, and they changed what it was to do. They did all of that and called it Viagra. On one side it’s a stimulant, on the other side, it’s a heart medication. But, if you went to look for the heart medication you’re not going to necessarily find the one that is a stimulant. With regard to frequency and how marketing and branding go it can be very confusing.
The most important questions to ask are:
- What results have been attained with particular devices?
- The speed with which you want to attain the results that you’re looking for.
- Is the device capable of doing everything that you want it to do?
SPEED MIGHT BE A FACTOR
More is not necessarily better. You don’t always have to use MagnaWave on the highest power. You don’t want your client to be uncomfortable. MagnaWave devices can be run on low or they can be high. Mr. Ziemer’s perspective is that the low powered devices are great, they’re all complementary. They all provide the results you’re looking for. It’s a matter of speed of delivery. Can those devices deliver inflammation reduction and pain relief as quickly as MagnaWave? In many cases they can’t.