Energy For Healing? PDF Print E-mail
If this sounds a little too much like Star Trek, understand that the electromagnetic or EM nature of the human body is fact - not science fiction. New insights into the body’s electrical nature are providing the foundation for some very exciting advances in the treatment and prevention of disease.

The PBS series Scientific American Frontiers produced an episode called “Never Say DIE”. Alan Alda of M*A*S*H fame is the shows host and is talking about stem cell transplantation, “The final step is to force the new genes into the old cells with a Frankenstein-like electric shock. And... Bingo! It works. You get new, youthful cells.” (1) The transplanted stem cells literally, had to be boosted like your cars dead battery. However unlike a cars battery, which requires an alternator to constantly recharge it, the stem cells (once boosted) will continue to generate electricity on their own (provided you supply your body with enough ‘gas’).

Please note that the field of energy as it relates to human health is expanding, NOT new.

A report presented to the National Institutes of Health (not the National Enquirer) explained that, “Medical research applications began almost simultaneously with Michael Faraday’s discovery of electromagnetic induction in the late 1700’s.” (2)

The National Institutes of Health report stated, “From this early work came a plethora of devices for the diagnosis and treatment of disease, using first static electricity, then electrical currents, and later, frequencies from different regions of the EM spectrum.” (2)

“Like other treatment methods, certain devises were seen as unconventional at first, only to become widely accepted later. For example, many of the medical devises that make up the core of modern, scientifically based medicine, such as x-ray machines, at one time were considered highly experimental.” (2)

In fact the vast majority of Allopathic (western medical) diagnostic tools are electromagnetic devises. These devises include Electrocardiograms (ECG), Electroencephalograms (EEG), CT Scans, MRIs and the previously mentioned X-Rays.

All function using energy from different regions and intensities of the electromagnetic spectrum.

What is Electromagnetic (EM) Energy?

Electromagnetic energy is not some guruish new age babble it is literally all around us. The EM spectrum of energy includes all known frequencies, from direct (DC) and alternating current (AC), all the way to the highest frequencies of gamma and cosmic rays. Included in the EM spectrum are microwaves, radio waves, television frequencies, x-rays, visible light and many others.

The ‘Not Too Distant’ Future of EM Energy and Medicine

In October of 2001, doctors at the University of Texas South Western Medical School used radio frequencies to destroy kidney tumours - without surgery.(3)

The November 27th 2001 issue of Neurology, the scientific journal of the American Society of Neurology, published a study that used electrical stimulation of the brain to reduce the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. (4)

Researchers from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine successfully used small amounts of micro-current to inactivate pathogenic micro-organisms such as bacteria, fungal forms, parasites and viruses (including AIDS type retroviruses). (5-7)

Electromagnetic therapies have been used in Russia for three decades to treat a wide variety of conditions. Including, arthritis, cerebral palsy, chronic pain, esophagitis, hypertension, neurological disorders, the side effects of chemotherapy and ulcers. (2)

Newer research applications are diverse and include:
Bone Repair, Nerve Stimulation, Wound Healing, Treatment of Osteoarthritis, Electro-Acupuncture, Tissue Regeneration, Immune System Stimulation and Neuroendocrine Modulations (2)

The report to the National Institutes of Health was filed in 1992. My computer at that time had a 16-megabyte hard drive - today 200 gigabytes is the standard for hard drives. Just think how much electronic knowledge and technology has improved since 1992.

Maybe Star Trek wasn’t such a bad description after all.


2) Alternative Medicine: Expanding Medical Horizons, A Report to the National Institutes of Health on Alternative Medical Systems and Practices in the United States. Prepared under the auspices of the Workshop on Alternative Medicine, September 14-16, 1992. The entire report can be found via the Internet at
4) See News Releases in the Web Highlights box.
5) Science News, March 30, 1991, p 207
6) Longevity, December 1992, p 14
7) Houston Post, March 20, 1991

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