/Tissue Responds to Absence of Ambient High EMF Implications for chronic pain treatment and recovery

Tissue Responds to Absence of Ambient High EMF Implications for chronic pain treatment and recovery

Written by Jack Taunton, MSc, MD

Electro magnetic fields (EMF) are well identified and the subject of much discussion among such organizations as the World Health Organization (WHO), BC Hydro, California Hydro, Health Canada and the Tsawwassen power lines group, also in British Columbia. These organizations primarily discuss health problems caused by the presence of EMF, in association with cellphones, microwave ovens and power lines. A somewhat different perspective is to examine what happens in the absence of ambient EMF. Clinical research, including research involving fibromyalgia patients, has been published showing that the absence of EMF decreases chronic pain.

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