Video Transcript: PEMF: What is Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy?
Dr. Martin Bales: You’re welcome.
Ty Bollinger: I’m not cracking my knuckles, that’s actually one of the machines that’s ticking here. But if you could explain to the viewers, what is a PEMF machine and how does it work? And also thank you to Coleen, who is actually going to be receiving a treatment.
Dr. Martin Bales: She is actually undergoing active treatment right now. That’s the sound that you hear.
Ty, as you mentioned, PEMF is pulsed electromagnetic field therapy. The therapy is not new, it was actually first described by Tesla in the 1880s and 1890s.
If you consider that malignant cells and also damaged tissue run at a lot lower voltage, or electrical potential, this therapy is designed to up the potential, or increase the energy of the cells. So, that makes the cancer unhappy.
In addition, here at Center for New Medicine, when patients have the IV therapies or the hyperbaric oxygen, it helps drive those therapies and those nutrients to the affected area. As we can see with Coleen here, we’ve placed the loop, which is one of the attachments, right over her affected area—so we’ll run that for ten minutes. And then we’ll also run the mat which she’s currently lying on – the blue mat here – for ten minutes, to help the electrical pitch in all the cells in her body.
Ty Bollinger: So this is actually pulsing good electricity, or good frequencies. Is that what it is doing to the body?
Dr. Martin Bales: Yes, it is. You know, we hear a lot about EMF and we know the dangers of the very high frequency EMF. The very low frequency is actually beneficial. It’s similar to the earth’s magnetic pulse that we are actually losing the effect of.
Ty Bollinger: Let me ask the question because I don’t know—is that one of the reasons that you hear about people that are earthing? It’s so good because their feet are touching the earth and they’re getting those frequencies?
Dr. Martin Bales: Correct. Earthing, or grounding is actually being able to be in touch with the earth as human civilization has been for all of time—most of its existence—and now we wear shoes so we’re immune to that throughout the day.
Ty Bollinger: Right, and you also mentioned earlier that your father invented a couple machines that are over here behind me. Can you describe them?
Dr. Martin Bales: That’s true, we use those as well in there, our big machines here for cancer therapy. There’s the Bales Photonic Stimulator. It is designed to increase blood circulation to the area.
So, once again when we have a soft tissue type cancer, and the patient has undergone the IV therapy, the hyperbaric oxygen, or even the SOT or low dose chemo, we can focus those therapies to the specific area by vasodilating, or opening up the blood vessels. So it’s a great way to kind of focus.
A little bit of a joke—we say when patients undergo our therapy, they probably don’t need it in their big toe, they need it in the affected tumor site. So all the therapies here are painless and we see each patient every day that they have the IVs.