posted ago by tentonbudgie ago by tentonbudgie +7 / -0

I have a PEMF device and it's helped a lot with neuropathic pain. I do a lot of other stuff for health, but PEMF is new to me and it seems to fill a niche I hadn't tried before.

My kit was less than $300 and it got some good results for me for pain, stiffness, movement, and sleep.

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erikc28484 2 points ago +2 / -0

Just looking into this. Have major neuropathic pain, spinal stenosis, bulging discs etc. Used a small PEMF for a non union fracture in left metatarsal and it worked. Curious to know what device you own. Thanks fren.

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tentonbudgie [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Hey bud! I have a Magnetron, which is based on the Bob Beck Magnetic Pulser. It's made by a guy who used to fix other Pulsers until he came out with his own. All dash, no flash, literally held together by zip ties.

I made a good bit of ground on my pain in a couple weeks so I ordered the Mongo Pack with everything and I'm going to see what I can do with that.

At the same time I ordered an M1 from the NASA guy with a bunch of different cables, gonna see what I can do with that. The M1 is a low power but interesting frequency package thing, it's supposed to be the most advanced thing out. Depending on who you ask.

The Magnetron has the potential to deliver a lot of power in a short period of time to a focused area.

So, that's where I'm starting.

What are your plans?

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erikc28484 2 points ago +2 / -0

Well i cant very well keep up with the same, pain all the time. So since we just sold our anchor house in So Cal, i think im gonna do some more research, thanks btw for the info, then drop some cash and see where that goes. 46 is too to young to be in this much pain 😂 Best regards my friend. Good luck!

Edit: Went for a single track mtb ride today...mostly climb, about 4 miles and now here i am at three a.m. paying for every pedal stroke LOL! Need the healing energy machine NOW

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tentonbudgie [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

You might want to look around where you live and see if there's a chiropractor or a "wellness clinic" or something that advertises cryo services or that bone bending machine, any of those, or people that do IV hydration, they might know of a place you can go to try a few out and see whether there's something you like.

Maybe a naturopath, they can be great. I know a great one that has vibe plates and IV nutrition, maybe look into getting some IV NAD+, that can help a lot with healing. I bet with your stenosis the final answer is going to be surgery to open the foramen, but you'll see what it needs.

Let me know if I can help you figure anything out. I'm still new, but you never know. Dr. Pawluk is supposed to be a great resource. I like what I've read of his so far.

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