Case Studies supporting PEMF benefits for Pelvic Pain
ELECTROCHEMICAL THERAPY OF PELVIC PAIN : Effects of PEMF on Tissue Trauma
Unusually effective and long-lasting relief of pelvic pain of gynecological origin has been obtained consistently by short exposures of affected areas to irradiation by a magnetic induction device producing short, sharp, magnetic-field pulses of a minimal amplitude to initiate the electrochemical phenomenon of Electroporation within a 25 cm focal area. Treatments are short, fast-acting, economical and in many instances have obviated surgery. This report includes typical cases such as dysmenorrhoea, endometriosis, ruptured ovarian cyst, acute lower urinary tract infection, post-operative hematoma, and persistent dyspareunia in which pulsed magnetic field treatment has not, in most cases, been supplemented by analgesic medication. Of 17 female patients presenting with acute (n=13) and/or chronic (n=9) pelvic pain, 16 (89.8%) experienced marked, even dramatic relief and 2 (10.2%) less than complete pain relief after an average of three 15-minute treatments.
Case Study Reference Source:
1. ELECTROCHEMICAL THERAPY OF PELVIC PAIN : Effects of PEMF on Tissue Trauma
(Authors: "William A. Jorgensen, M.D.", "Bruce M. Frome, M.D.", "FACPM Charles Wallach, Ph.D.")