Physically tapping into our bodies’ communication systems.
Electromagnetic (EM) force is one of the fundamental forces of nature. It is radiant energy, the most dominant force at the atomic level. EM is responsible for friction, rainbows, lightning, all devices using electric current. It is also responsible for chemical reactions.
All of life’s processes (growth, development, healing and regeneration) require these reactions. So clearly, the potential for harnessing this force for therapeutic purposes is immense.
Dr. Nikola Tesla said, “If you want to find the secrets of the Universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.”
The field of bioelectromagnetics is dawning. EM therapy is already used in orthopedics for its ability to accelerate bone and cartilage repair. EM therapy has been shown to accelerate regeneration of a variety of tissues including neurons, a tissue traditionally not thought to be able to heal or regenerate. Most recently this technology was headlined when Harvard researchers reported using EM radiation “to coax stem cells to repair teeth.”
The San Diego Center for Regenerative Medicine has years of expertise in this powerful, new and expanding field of therapy.