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Roger Federer and Pulsed ElectroMagnetic Devices for Healing Sports Injuries

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Roger Federer, Ranked Number One

The number one ranked tennis player, Roger Federer, swept the Australian Open, Wimbledon and the U.S. Open in all three years, 2004, 2006 and 2007.(1)(2)

What is Roger's Secret Weapon?

Of course, Roger Federer is a gifted athlete, but could he have a secret weapon that gives him an edge on the tennis court? You might be surprised to know that Roger Federer makes use of gadget called a BEMER. This is a portable pulsed magnetic field device which speeds healing of muscle and tendons after tough tennis matches. According to the BEMER web site, Roger and many other athletes have been using a portable pulsed magnetic therapy unit regularly. (3)

Horse Racing and Pulsed Magnetic Wave Devices

This type of therapy for sports injuries is nothing new. There is big money in Horse Racing, and trainers give their horses pulsed magnetic therapy to gain an edge on the track. Benefits include faster recovery time from sports injuries, improved blood flow, improved nerve regeneration, and faster wound and fracture healing. (4-11)

Dan Clark MD and the BioEnergetic Medicine Conference

I learned about Roger Federer using the BEMER at Dan Clark�s BioEnergetic Medicine Conference in Orlando 2 weeks ago. (15)

Robert O Becker, M.D., The Body Electric

Electromagnetic radiation as a therapeutic device wasn�t accepted by mainstream medicine until 1985 when Robert O Becker, M.D. discovered that non-united bone fractures heal with pulsed EMF electrical stimulation. This is now standard practice in all hospitals. Becker�s books, The Body Electric in 1985, and Cross Currents in 1990, broke new ground, and the 3 decades of research since then have shown pulsed EMF to be effective for non-united bone fractures, relief of musculo-skeletal pain, migraine headaches, low back pain, depression, wound healing, improvement in blood flow and nerve regeneration, to mention a few. Becker discovered that weak electric currents recruit stem cells which differentiate into the body part requiring healing. Becker also discovered a second nervous system in the body which corresponds to the Chinese acupuncture meridians. (9-14)(63-71).

Electromagnetic Waves are the Basis of the Chemical Bond

Although modern science began with Newton�s laws of mechanics in 1687, Michael Faraday�s principles of electromagnetic induction were discovered only recently in 1831. Since then, Einstein and quantum mechanics further changed our understanding of matter, energy, and the universe. Paradoxically, the electron and all electromagnetic energy are both particle and wave, and the electron�s wave function derived from quantum mechanics is the basis of the chemical bond, first described by Linus Pauling. The chemical bond is now understood as sharing electrons (electromagnetic energy wave forms) between two atoms or molecules. (18-21A)

Electro-Magnetic Energy Use in Diagnosis

We have been using electromagnetic energy for medical diagnosis since the beginning of modern medicine. For example, the Electrocardiogram (EKG) and Electroencephalogram (EEG) both record electrical activity from body parts. The CAT scanner makes an image by passing electromagnetic radiation through a body part. The MRI scanner makes an image by pulsing electromagnetic energy through the body and then �listening� for the emitted energy signal. The mass spectrograph, a primitive form of MRI machine is used daily in the hospital lab for routine blood testing.

Electromagnetic Energy is Essential for Life

When we bask in the sun, and our skin makes vitamin D from sun light, this is electromagnetic radiation driving a bio-chemical reaction in our body. Photosynthesis is another example of absorption of electromagnetic radiation to form carbon bonds in plants. As a matter of fact, all biochemistry can be explained as electrical interactions between outer shell electrons. Electromagnetic energy is a basic part of the biochemistry of life.


One elementary problem with pulsed electro magnetic therapy as a treatment is: how do we determine the exact pulse frequency to be used? The BEMER device steps through a series of pre-set frequencies. Another device called the Ondamed uses a more sophisticated method of diagnosis before applying the treatment. (22) The operator scans though a frequency range while palpating the radial pulse. When the pulse becomes palpably stronger, this indicates a vascular autonomic response (VAS), and that�s the frequency used for treatment. (23). Our understanding of pulsed magnetic field treatment is still in its infancy, and the next few decades will see more research and refinement of technique, and greater acceptance into mainstream medicine.

Shari Lieberman

Dr. Shari Lieberman presented three cases of plantar fasciitis treated with the Ondamed device, all with prompt recovery.(24) (25). Dr. Lieberman is currently compiling additional Ondamed cases of trigeminal neuralgia, reflex sympathetic dystrophy, bell�s palsy, and others.


Dr. Shari Lieberman also presented Poly-MVA case studies. Poly MVA is a non-toxic nutritional supplement containing palladium which has been used as cancer treatment. Dr. Lieberman presented cases of clinical improvement with Poly MVA. These cases included multiple myeloma, lung cancer, and prostate cancer. (30, 30A-D).

Merrill Garnett

Merrill Garnett, the inventor of Poly MVA, is a brilliant researcher and author of the book, First Pulse, which describes the electrical pulsations inside every cell, and how Poly MVA manipulates these electrical pulsations to cause the death of cancer cells without injuring normal cells. Garnett�s life-long search for an anti-cancer agent culminated in his discovery of Poly MVA. One hundred years from now, it is likely that history books will place Garnett in the same company with Faraday, Einstein, and Becker (31)(32)(33)(34)(35).

Patricia Kane PhD

Patricia and Ed Kane of the Haverford Wellness Center, Havertown, PA presented their treatment protocol and case studies. They use IV phospholipid therapy for ALS, Stroke, Environmental illness, Hypercoagulation, Parkinson's, Cardiovascular Disease, Hepatitis C and Autism. This is the original IV phospholipid formulation from Natterman in Germany, and they showed case photos before and after treatment which were simply amazing, and by far the most impressive at the meeting. (26-29)

Ed Kane, cell membrane phospholipid bilayers, the key to health.

Above diagram shows the bi-layer nature of the cell membrane.

Phospholipids are long chain carbon molecules which form microscopic tuning forks which can oscillate and resonate at set electromagnetic frequencies. (see diagram below)

Above diagram is magnified version of membrane bi-layer showing molecular structure of the phospholipid "tuning fork" composed of two long carbon chains joined at the top. Note one chain has a cis double bond which results in a 37 degree bend which vibrates back and forth.

These phospholipid bilayers are not only located at the outer cell membrane, they are also present as folded layers throughout the cell cytoplasm providing surfaces for all biochemical reactions to take place. Energy absorption by these bilayers speeds up biochemical reactions at the membrane surfaces.

(Below diagram is an electron micrograph inside a cell showing a mitochondria which has an oval shape. The vertical rows of lines inside the oval are membrane bilayers where energy production takes place. The membrane bilayers are made of tuning fork phospholipids which absorb and emit electromagnetic energy)

Sangeeta Pati, M.D.

Sangeeta Pati, M.D. discussed bio-identical hormones, reviewing the medical literature which demonstrates that bio-identical hormones are safe and do not increase risk of breast cancer as shown in the French Cohort study. In addition, bio-identical hormones are protective and reduce risk of heart disease as shown in a recent NEJM coronary calcium score study. On the other hand, the synthetic progestins are the bad guys which should be avoided. (36-39). Don�t miss Dr. Sangeeta Pati explaining bio-identical hormone therapy in a video interview on the Wellness Hour.

Eldred Taylor MD

Eldred Taylor MD discussed adrenal fatigue diagnosis with salivary cortisol testing, and treatment with cortisol or phosphatidyl serine. Dr. Taylor left his OB/Gyne practice because the field had degenerated to the point where the only information he needed was the patient�s age. (40) (41) Women younger than 50 get birth control pills and SSRI anti-depressants. Women older than 50 get synthetic HRT and SSRI antidepressants. Sadly, conventional medical practice has come down to that.

Adrenal Fatigue:

Adrenal Fatigue: Chronic daily stress eventually causes exhaustion, and this means reduced adrenal production of cortisol, which is the definition of adrenal fatigue. I had a recent phone conversation with an old time friend who is also an endocrinologist. She informed me that adrenal fatigue simply doesn�t exist as a real medical diagnosis. Mainstream medicine doesn�t believe in it. The adrenal gland is normal, functioning at 100%, or nonfunctional (Addison�s� Disease), with nothing in between. For these doubting mainstream docs, Dr. Taylor presented a review of the medical literature showing that adrenal fatigue is indeed caused by cortisol deficiency which can be measured with salivary testing, and the condition can be cured with bio-identical natural cortisol. (43-55)

Russell Jaffe MD

Russell Jaffe MD discussed how vitamin and nutritional deficiencies are prevalent and cause chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, and osteoporosis.(56)(57) Russell Jaffe is the founder of Perque, a unique vitamin an nutritional supplement company which is miles ahead of the competition. We use the Perque Vitamin C because it is 100% L-ascorbate, fully buffered with no fillers, and is the superior product. Russ has solved a number of nutritional supplement problems. His choline citrate solves the magnesium uptake block issue. His glucosamine joint product provides more rapid pain relief, his bioflavonoids provide more pain relief, and a new fiber which is better tolerated. Russ also has a new adrenal stress product containing Relora which was unveiled at the meeting, and the samples I tried were incredible. Russ has continued to improve the Perque line everytime and visit their booth. For example, Strontium is now included in the Bone Guard supplement for osteoporosis prevention. (58)(59)

Always the showman, Dr. Jaffe made the closing comments at the meeting describing how Louis Pasteur triumphed over his rival Bechamp with superior marketing, rather than with superior technology.

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(1) Roger Federer Web Site

(2) Roger Federer

(3) list of athletes using BEMER

(4) History of Pulsed Magnetic Fields for Treatment of Horses (PDF / Adobe Acrobat).

(5) Pulsed Magnetic Fields for Treatment of Horses. Debmar Equine.

(6) Australian Pulsed Magnetic Fields for Treatment of Horses. TSG Electronics Australia.

(7) Horses and pulsed magnetic fields

(8) List of famous race horses:

(9) Therapeutic Uses of Pulsed EMF review article 2003

(10) Therapeutic Uses of Pulsed EMF review article 2003

(11) Robert O. Becker Research Bibliography

(12) Becker�s The Body Electric Description on Wikipedia

(13) Exerpt from the Body Electric The Body Electric Electromagnetism And The Foundation Of Life � 1985 By Robert Becker, Gary Selden Described as �the greatest scientific work of the 20th century, with the POSSIBLE exception of Einstein's "Collected Works on Relativity". Yes, Becker is that good.�

(14) CrossCurrents by Robert O Becker � 1990

(15) Daniel Clark, MD, The 11th Annual International Congress Of BioEnergetic Medicine

(16) Issac Newton

(17) Michael Faraday

(18) Light- Particle/ Wave duality

(19) Matter and Energy

(20) definition of matter

(21) definition of energy

(21A) (21A) Linus Pauling and the Chemical Bond

(22) Ondamed Web Site

(23) The Biophysics of the Vascular Autonomic Signal and Healing, John M. Ackerman, M.D., Research of orthopedic surgeon, Joseph H. Navach, M.D.

(24) Shari Lieberman

(25) Shari Lieberman joins Ondamed research team.

(26) Ed and Patricia Kane (BodyBio)

(27) Detoxx Book

(28) Haverford Wellness Patricia Kane

(28A) Essential Fatty Acids, Lorenzo's Oil and Beyond, by Patricia Kane, Ph.D., Millville, New Jersey, U.S.A. (Explore Issue: Volume 7, Number 6)

(29) PhosChol

(30) PolyMVA

(30A) Poly MVA for treating Prostate Cancer, a report of three cases by Shari Lieberman PhD and James Forsyth M.D.

(30B) Poly MVA in treatment of Multiple Myeloma by Shari Lieberman

(30C) Poly-MVA for Treating Non�Small-Cell Lung Cancer: A Case Study of an Integrative Approach by Lieberman and Forsythe

(30D) The Medical Journalist Report of Innovative Biologics: Cancer Remission Rates Increase from Use of the Safe and Effective Lipoic Acid Palladium Complex Poly-MVA by Morton Walker, DPM From the Townsend Letter for Doctors & Patients February/March 2003

(31) Foundation for the Advancement of Cancer Research

(32) Poly-Mva Survivors web site

(33) Merrill Garnett Web Site

(34) First Pulse Book by Merrill Garnett, describes how Poly MVA Works

(35) review of First Pulse by Brian Thomas Carroll (35A) The Fire in the Genes � Copyright 2004 by Merrill Garnett(Explore Issue: Volume 13, Number 1)

(36) Sangeeta Pati, M.D. SaJune Spa and Medical Center Orlando

(37) Sangeeta Pati MD Video Interview on the Wellness Hour with Randy Alvarez

(37A) Sangeeta Pati, MD Video Interview on the Wellness Hour with Randy Alvarez on U-Tube

(38) French Cohort Study showing no increased risk of breast cancer from bio-identical hormones.

(39) NEJM study which shows that estrogen therapy prevents heart disease. Estrogen Therapy and Coronary-Artery Calcification NEJM Volume 356:2591-2602 June 21, 2007 Number 25 JoAnn E. Manson, M.D. et al.

(40) Eldred Taylor Web site

(41) The Book:Are Your Hormones Making You Sick? By Eldred and Ava Taylor

(42) Salivary cortisol: a better measure of adrenal cortical function than serum cortisol. Ann Clin Biochem. 1983 Nov;20 (Pt 6):329-35. Vining RF, McGinley RA, Maksvytis JJ, Ho KY.

(43) Salivary cortisol measurement: a practical approach to assess pituitary-adrenal function. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 1988 Feb;66(2):343-8. Laudat MH, Cerdas S, Fournier C, Guiban D, Guilhaume B, Luton JP.

(44) J Psychosom Res. 2000 Nov;49(5):335-42. Salivary cortisol patterns in vital exhaustion.Nicolson NA, van Diest R.

(45) Br J Psychiatry. 2004 Feb;184:136-41. Salivary cortisol response to awakening in chronic fatigue syndrome.Roberts AD, Wessely S, Chalder T, Papadopoulos A, Cleare AJ. (FULL TEXT)

(46) Hypothalamo-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis Dysfunction in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and the Effects of Low-Dose Hydrocortisone Therapy. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism Vol. 86, No. 8 3545-3554 A. J. Cleare, J. Miell, E. Heap, S. Sookdeo, L. Young, G. S. Malhi and V. O�Keane (FULL TEXT)

(47) Stress-Induced Hypocortisolemia Diagnosed as Psychiatric Disorders Responsive to Hydrocortisone Replacement, SUZIE E. SCHUDER Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 1057: 466�478 (2005).

(48) Endocrine Reviews 24 (2): 236-252, 2003, The Neuroendocrinology of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Anthony J. Cleare

(49) Adrenal Fatigue by James L Wilson D.C., N.D., Ph.D. The 21st Century Syndrome

(50) The Use Of Adrenal Cortical Extracts In Adrenal Fatigue By James L. Wilson DC, ND, PhD

(51) Safe Uses of Cortisol (Cortisone, Hydrocortisone) by William McK., M.D. Jefferies (Author)

(53) Crit Rev Oral Biol Med 13(2):197-212 (2002) THE DIAGNOSTIC APPLICATIONS OF SALIVA� A REVIEW, The Monitoring of Hormone Levels, Eliaz Kaufman,*Ira B. Lamster

(54) references on salivary hormone testing

(55) Adrenal stress and salivary cortisol article in The Standard

(56) Vitamins for Chronic Disease Prevention in Adults, Scientific Review , Kathleen M. Fairfield, MD,DrPH; Robert H. Fletcher, MD,MSc, JAMA. 2002;287:3116-3126.

(57) SICKO, America�s healthcare system found �critically ill�by Russell Jaffe MD PhD, July 4, 2007

(58) Perque, Russell Jaffe MD PhD, Two of the Perque LifeGuard Multivitamins have more nutritional value than 100 Centrum Silver, or 100 Theragram vitamins.

(59) Interview with Russell Jaffe MD


(60) Bioelectromagnetic Healing: A Rationale for its Use by Thomas Valone � 2003

(61) Energy Medicine: The Scientific Basis by James L. Oschman � 2000

(62) Bioelectromagnetics

(63) A Randomized, Controlled Trial of Sequential Bilateral Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Treatment-Resistant Depression, Am J Psychiatry 163:88-94, January 2006

(64) Impulse magnetic-field therapy for migraine and other headaches: a double-blind, placebo-controlled study. Adv Ther. 2001 May-Jun;18(3):101-9 Pelka RB, Jaenicke C, Gruenwald J. Seventy-six percent of active-treatment patients experienced clear or very clear relief of their complaints.

(65) Pulsed microamperage stimulation: a controlled study of healing of surgically induced wounds in Yucatan pigs


(67) Electrical Properties of Cells and Tissues

(68) Nanoelectropulse-driven membrane perturbation and small molecule permeabilization Gundersen BMC, Cell Biology 2006, P Thomas Vernier, Yinghua Sun and Martin A, Electric pulses produce membrane disturbances that are associated with phospholipid rearrangements and the influx of small molecules from the medium into the cytoplasm. Cellular responses are consistent with a nanopore-facilitated, electrophoretic mechanism for the PS externalization observed after exposure of cells to electric fields.

(69) Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2006 May 5; 343(2): 351�360. Nanosecond pulsed electric fields cause melanomas to self-destruct. Richard Nuccitelli, Uwe Pliquett, Xinhua Chen, Wentia Ford, R. James Swanson, Stephen J. Beebe, Juergen F. Kolb, and Karl H. Schoenbach

(70) Prospective, randomized, single-blind, sham treatment-controlled study of the safety and efficacy of an electromagnetic field device for the treatment of chronic low back pain: a pilot study. Harden RN, Remble TA, Houle TT, Long JF, Markov MS, Gallizzi MA. Pain Pract. 2007 Sep;7(3):248-55. This study demonstrates that TEMF may be an effective and safe modality for the treatment of chronic low back pain disorders.

(71) Pulsed magnetic fields accelerate cutaneous wound healing in rats. Strauch B, Patel MK, Navarro JA, Berdichevsky M, Yu HL, Pilla AA. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2007 Aug;120(2):425-30.The authors successfully demonstrated that exposing wounds to pulsed magnetic fields of very specific configurations accelerated early wound healing in this animal model, as evidenced by significantly increased wound tensile strength at 21 days after wounding.

(72) "The Body Electric" tells the fascinating story of our bioelectric selves. Robert O. Becker, a pioneer in the field of regeneration and its relationship to electrical currents in living things, challenges the established mechanistic understanding of the body. He found clues to the healing process in the long-discarded theory of the 18th century vitalists that electricity is vital to the life process. But as exciting as Becker's discoveries are, pointing to the day when human limbs, spinal cords, and organs may be regenerated after they have been damaged, equally fascinating is the story of Becker's struggle to do such original work. As his understanding of the effects of electrical forces led him to alert the public to their possible effects on the environment, the establishment erected an even higher wall of resistance. "The Body Electric" also explores new pathways in our understanding of evolution, acupuncture, psychic phenomena, and cancer, all within the framework of Dr. Becker's colorful and controversial career.

(73) The Body Electric: Electromagnetism and the Foundation of Life is a book by Robert Becker and Gary Selden.

(74) Cross Currents, Dr. Robert O. Becker,


(76)List of famous race horses: Abercrombie Adios Adios Butler, famous harness-racer Affirmed, last horse to win the U.S. Triple Crown (1978) Albatross All Along Alydar, finished second to Affirmed in all three Triple Crown races, and one of the great sires in North American history Aristides, winner of the first Kentucky Derby Arkle, reckoned the greatest steeplechaser of all time Arko Assault, U.S. Triple Crown winner (1946) Barbaro, 2006 Kentucky Derby winner Best Mate, 2002, 2003 and 2004 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner, often given title 'Greatest Steeplechaser' since Arkle, and an equal to him Carbine, two-time winner of the Melbourne Cup Cigar, a great champion in the 1990s Citation, U.S. Triple Crown winner (1948) Dan Patch, America's greatest pacer Dance Smartly, Breeders' Cup champion Dawn Run, great racemare and the only horse ever to complete Champion Hurdle, Cheltenham Gold Cup double Desert Orchid, won King George four times and Cheltenham Gold Cup, beautiful grey Exterminator exceedingly popular, "iron horse" of American racing history Funny Cide, first New York bred and first gelding since Clyde Van Dusen to win the Kentucky Derby Genuine Risk, the second filly to win the Kentucky Derby (1980) Gloaming John Henry, grand old man of racing Kelso, only five-time winner of U.S. Horse of the Year Kindergarten, weighted more than Phar Lap in the Melbourne Cup Kingston Town Kissin George La Troienne, most important broodmare of the Twentieth Century Lottery, UK Makybe Diva, won Melbourne Cup three successive times Man o' War, often considered America's greatest racehorse; won 20 of 21 career starts Might and Power Montrose Nijinsky II, last horse to win the English Triple Crown (1970) Northerly Northern Dancer Precious Bunny Phar Lap, New Zealand/Australia's most famed racehorse; won 37 of 51 career starts Red Rum, only horse in the history of the Aintree Grand National to win the race three times (he also came second on two other occasions) Ruffian, the great filly champion who won every race she started until her final (and fatal) race Seattle Slew, U.S. Triple Crown winner (1977) Seabiscuit Secretariat, U.S. Triple Crown winner (1973) Shergar, the kidnapped winner of the 1981 Epsom Derby Silky Sullivan, arguably the fastest closer of all time Smarty Jones Spectacular Bid War Admiral Winning Colors, the third (and currently last) filly to win the Kentucky Derby (1988)

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