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Once Secret Technolgy for Russian Space Program is Now a Unique Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy Offered by G7 Research gives Relief from Headaches, Back Aches and Injuries

September 27, 2012

From headaches to auto injuries and from back aches to arthritis pain, pulsed magnetic field therapy offers a unique new way to reduce pain and inflammation while promoting relaxation, circulation, tissue repair, better sleep and more. Touted on an recent episode of a popular Doctor Show, pulsed magnetic therapy is an invisible therapy that uses magnetic energy to change how nerves fire to spur healing and better overall health.

Maple Valley, WA (PRWEB) September 27, 2012

From headaches to auto injuries and from back aches to arthritis pain, pulsed magnetic field therapy offers a unique way to reduce pain and inflammation while promoting relaxation, circulation, tissue repair, better sleep and more. Touted on an episode of a popular Doctor Show, pulsed magnetic therapy is an invisible therapy that uses magnetic energy to change how nerves fire to spur healing and better overall health.

“This is a revolutionary treatment that doesn´t require drugs or pills or surgery, yet it can help people with depression, knee pain, neck aches, injuries from various accidents and much more,” said Dr. Cris Angel, one of the few global researchers in the area of pulsed magnetic field therapy who practices in the USA and Northern Thailand through his nonprofit G7 Research Foundation. “This amazing therapy is something that many doctors have never heard of, but it offers real and lasting results when it comes to eliminating pain.”

Pulsed magnetic field therapy works with the body´s own magnetic fields, generating electromagnetic waves and redirecting electrical impulses to the areas where the body feels pain, which can heal chronic pain, lower blood pressure, balance the immune system and more. Devices offer different types of intensity and frequency, depending on the issue being treated.

“With millions of Americans suffering from chronic pain, pulsed magnetic field therapy can offer a real respite from the aches and pains that so many people live with every day,” Angel added.

Angel worked with Dr. William Pawluk, a family physician featured on “The Dr. Oz Show,” on a project that validated the use of pulsed electromagnetic fields or PEMFs to reduce and eliminate pain. In addition, he has performed research with Johns Hopkins University physicians on electro-medicine and also offers advanced neural-therapy to promote healing for patients who have been injured in accidents. He is traveling to Thailand to continue his pulsed magnetic field therapy research and to treat patients.

Angel´s graduate studies are from Harvard Medical School, Chengdu University of TCM (PRC), Bastyr University in Kenmore, where he focused on Laser Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, and Wenatchee Valley College. In addition, he is a member of the Directed Energy Professional Society and has served as a member of the Harvard Medical School Postgraduate Association, the Northwest Hospital Pain and Headache Center, the Northwest Neuro Institute Pain Board.

About G7 Research Foundation and Dr. Cris Angel

With a mission to advance and improve health while giving the body the time it needs to restore and recharge, the G7 Research Foundation is a nonprofit run by Medical Director Cris Angel. Angel´s practice specializes in the care of injury and trauma, focusing on pain relief, headache elimination, auto injury pain care and more with the use of advanced technologies. For more information, please visit http://www.spineuniverse.com/specialist/hcp/us/wa/cris-angel-da-eamp-37431

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