Extremely low-frequency electromagnetic field (ELF-MF) therapy is a promising treatment for chronic pain, given its ability to interact with body homeostasis using water-mediated transmission mechanisms typical of quantum medicine. The present study aims to assess the effects of ELF-MF therapy on chronic pain in 49 patients suffering from various musculoskeletal disorders. The therapy was applied through a Quec Phisis setup generating the electromagnetic field as the ion cyclotronic resonance. Patients underwent eight therapy sessions of 45 min each performed every other day. The bioimpedance assessment was based on the comparison of the height-adjusted body resistance (R/h) and reactance (Xc/h) measured during the first and last sessions of eight-session treatment. Pain perception was quantified using the standard visual-analog scale. We found significant increases in both R/h and Xc/h parameters of body bioimpedance after electromagnetic therapy corresponding with reductions in pain perception. We conclude that the ELF-MF therapy can restore the body's state of health and thus seems a valid therapeutic approach for the treatment of musculoskeletal-derived pain.

Quantum Medicine: A Role of Extremely Low-Frequency Magnetic Fields in the Management of Chronic Pain

Barassi, Giovanni
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Supplizi, Marco;Mariani, Chiara;
2022-01-01

Abstract

Extremely low-frequency electromagnetic field (ELF-MF) therapy is a promising treatment for chronic pain, given its ability to interact with body homeostasis using water-mediated transmission mechanisms typical of quantum medicine. The present study aims to assess the effects of ELF-MF therapy on chronic pain in 49 patients suffering from various musculoskeletal disorders. The therapy was applied through a Quec Phisis setup generating the electromagnetic field as the ion cyclotronic resonance. Patients underwent eight therapy sessions of 45 min each performed every other day. The bioimpedance assessment was based on the comparison of the height-adjusted body resistance (R/h) and reactance (Xc/h) measured during the first and last sessions of eight-session treatment. Pain perception was quantified using the standard visual-analog scale. We found significant increases in both R/h and Xc/h parameters of body bioimpedance after electromagnetic therapy corresponding with reductions in pain perception. We conclude that the ELF-MF therapy can restore the body's state of health and thus seems a valid therapeutic approach for the treatment of musculoskeletal-derived pain.
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