The Miraculous Healing Benefits of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy

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A Multiple Sclerosis patient is analyzed with a Seqex PEMF device at a hospital in Italy, after which the patient is sent home to self-administer the PEMF treatments

Most people connect the name Tesla with an award-winning electric car brand or with the invention of AC electricity. But few people realize that Nikola Tesla (1856 – 1943) was also the father of advanced electromagnetic field frequency therapy.

My Personal Awakening

I became aware of Tesla’s electromagnetic field therapy 10 years ago, when it cured me of depression. In 1995, I had begun to experience a ‘phantom ring’ sensation in my pants pocket (the sensation of a cell phone vibrating in my pocket even though there was no cell phone present). Over the next 15 years, this odd sensation was followed by aches and pains that moved around my body. I then started to forget things in a haze of brain fog. My appetite was replaced by nausea. Increasing anxiety, depression, and ultimately a nervous breakdown stopped me from working.

After doing some research, I learned that my symptoms were caused by my “electrosensitivity” to high-frequency magnetic fields, and these symptoms could be relieved by minimizing my exposure to cell phones and wireless technology, and taking long walks through the forest to ground my energy. But my low-grade chronic depression persisted. Then 10 years ago, I tried low frequency Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF), and after three days of use a tremendous feeling of vitality and well being replaced my depression. I still use it today.

During his research in the 1890s, inventor and electrical engineer Nikola Tesla realized that the body is like a rechargeable battery, constantly under the influence of the sun and the Earth’s geomagnetic field. This is why he went for a daily seven-mile walk through New York’s Central Park to naturally recharge his body. (Walking puts pressure on bones, which are crystalline in nature. Each step creates a piezoelectric pulse as the bones are bent, which is then amplified by the lines of the Earth’s magnetic fields as one moves through.) As a result of his insights, new devices were created that formed the basis of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy.

Tesla had an intimate understanding of the relationship between the pulse of the earth, electricity, and magnetic fields, and he developed ideas for a huge number of inventions we use to this day. While the classic electrical device is the Tesla Coil which produces streamers of lightning in the air, a lesser-known electrical coil was also invented by Tesla. This is the standard magnetic loop or flat spiral coil seen in all PEMF systems today.

Nikola Tesla sits in front of a magnetic coil that he invented

Treatment with PEMF therapy requires that a person lays inside or on top of energized Tesla coils, where a frequency generator pulses, pushes, and pulls magnetic fields through the body. It’s like taking a shower, but instead of washing dirt off of the physical body, the device is flushing out electro-smog that is short-circuiting the energy body. More specifically, low frequencies that resemble the pulse of the earth (approximately 10 Hz) work to reset depleted cells, and recharge them. By generating the pulse of nature using PEMF, the body comes back into balance.

After my full recovery, I accepted this miraculous healing from chronic depression as divine intervention. From that day forward, I have devoted myself to understanding Tesla’s magnetic field therapy, and went on to travel the world to produce a feature documentary called Tesla’s Medicine: Healing Fields.[1]

The Search for Tesla’s Medicine

During the past eight years, I’ve documented people who claim to have recovered from a range of chronic and acute illnesses with the help of PEMF devices. These include people’s vision improving, infertile couples conceiving, autistic kids becoming stable, and children and adults becoming clear of diabetes, arthritis, MS, fibromyalgia, depression, PTSD, and more.

During my travels through Eastern and Western Europe, I went to the paraplegic hospital in the Czech Republic to document their treatment approach. The Rehabilitation Center of Kladruby ( treats paraplegic patients for spinal cord injuries using PEMF and lasers to repair bones and nerves by activating neuronal stem cells. Their patient outcomes were impressive.

And the world-famous Paracelsus Clinic ( in Switzerland uses PEMF to eliminate pain and speed bone healing after dental surgery. It’s also used during chelation, IV ozone, and vitamin therapy to detox heavy metals, eliminate viruses, and support the immune system. Thousands of athletes, such as those on the Swiss Olympic team, use PEMF for performance enhancement. In some Swiss villages, every third home has a PEMF therapy mat in the communal bomb shelter and use it as the “Swiss Secret” fountain of youth.

The Seqex PEMF mat is being used to help treat MS, cancer, arthritis, and broken bones

I also went to a hospital in Italy operated by the Italian Multiple Sclerosis Association, and filmed the process whereby MS patients are wheeled into the hospital to be analyzed with a Seqex MED PEMF device. This analytic process determines the appropriate magnetic fields that each person requires for a therapeutic effect, so they can be programmed into the device. The hospital then sends the MS patient home with a portable Seqex PEMF unit to help clear their symptoms with daily self-administered sessions. In some cases, this health homecare service is subsidized by the Italian government, and some long-term care retirement homes offer Seqex PEMF to their residents.

Seqex PEMF is also used as a complementary therapy in some Italian cancer hospitals because the fields protect weak precancerous cells from being damaged during radiation therapy, and chemotherapy becomes more effective with fewer side effects.

Meanwhile, Back in Canada

PEMF accelerates plant growth: After numerous trips to Eastern and Western Europe between 2012 and 2016 to acquire PEMF machines, we brought the devices back to test at The Rose Lab in Peterborough, Ont. ( – a private research facility owned by Dr. Magda Havas, PhD, a specialist in the biological effects of magnetic fields. In the lab, we found that Wi-Fi stunted the growth of seedlings while PEMF medical devices accelerated their growth.

Modern Tesla coil sold by Centurion Systems

PEMF alleviates pain, speeds healing of arthritis, broken bones, injuries: Centurion Systems is a Canadian company that first imported Tesla Coils from Germany over 30 years ago. Their devices were embraced by the horse racing industry because of the way PEMF therapy mends broken bones – sometimes in a few weeks. Centurion Systems now manufactures devices that are popular with athletes who suffer injuries that cause pain and arthritis.

The SAAQ, a government entity in Quebec that governs automobile accidents, is now providing Canadian-made Centurion Tesla Coils free of charge to victims of collisions so that they can have pain-free accelerated recoveries.

Magda Havas personally supervised a pilot study on Centurion’s Tesla Coils that was published in Novel Techniques in Arthritis & Bone Research. Her report was titled: “Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy Alleviates Symptoms of Osteoarthritis.” Havas found that this therapy significantly reduced pain and also increased the wellness of the participants. See:

Energy Therapy for Cancer Treatment: The Canadian Cancer Society now recognizes magnetic fields as a complementary “energy therapy.”

In 1920, R. Raymond Rife invented a microscope that could see live cancer viruses. He then used Tesla’s high frequency radio waves to devitalize them.

The Nature Medicine Clinic, located in St Catharines, offers the latest Tesla Medicine in an electrosmog free facility. Patients can experience a wellness vacation to enjoy the Niagara Region after their daily cancer treatments

That invention is now installed inside Oncotherm, a Health Canada-licensed device that uses radio frequencies and thermal heat for treating breast cancer. Fortunately, people seeking this type of cancer treatment don’t have to travel to Switzerland to get it. Instead, they can go to The Nature Medicine Clinic (, a facility which offers a wellness vacation in the Niagara region for a fraction of the (Swiss) price. Patients can explore the nearby attractions after their scheduled PEMF, ozone detox, and Oncothermia cancer treatment regimen.

PEMF Energy Therapy Available in Local Clinics for Home Use: While the world rushes onwards to have the latest wireless technology, we must realize that even after 5G, the telecommunication industry will continue to expand. We can remove the electro-smog from our home, but once we step out the door, the water in our body will absorb and store it. Add polluted air, water, pesticides, and processed chemicals in food to the equation, and we set the stage for immune system failure.

Since our healthcare system now officially accepts PEMF “Energy Therapy” but refuses to fund it, a new trend in privatized medicine is emerging which involves “Frequency Therapists” who offer therapeutic sound, vibration, light and magnetic field detox therapy treatment in a clinic setting, or sell the devices for use at home.

In other words, Tesla’s technology is now legal, it performs miracles, but you won’t find it in hospitals. You must spend your own money on this type of healthcare.

In today’s home, a dining room is used for eating, a living room for reading, a bedroom for sleeping, and a bathroom for washing. To thrive in a future wireless world, I believe we all need to build a healing room in our homes, equip it with Tesla’s technology, and use it regularly as Tesla did. He lived to be 86 years old in 1943 – 20 years beyond the average lifespan at that time.

Tesla Medicine Fame Spreads After Endorsement on Dr. Oz Show

Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk was recently asked: “Who do you admire more, Thomas Edison or Nikola Tesla.” He answered, “Thomas Edison because he brought his inventions to market and made them accessible to the world.”

While Tesla’s name and medical inventions fell into relative obscurity in the late 1900s, quite the opposite was happening in the Soviet Union and German-speaking countries. There, Tesla’s medicine was refined, improved, and purchased by the elite for personal use – and that included Hollywood TV stars.

Then on November 16, 2011, Tesla’s invention made a splashy re-entry into North America. This happened when TV host Dr. Mehmet Oz featured the technology at the beginning of his show and boldly declared, with the help of his TV audience, that “today they were going to change the practice of medicine.”

During the show, Dr. Oz re-introduced Tesla’s magnetic medicine technology as PEMF, which stands for Pulsed Electro Magnetic Fields, and claimed it would take away incurable pain just by laying on top of the energized Tesla coils. At the end of the show, Dr. Oz told his audience to download material about PEMF from his website and show it to their doctors because this miraculous technology was not taught in medical school.

Public Demand & Government Regulation

The massive audience of Dr. Oz greeted his PEMF endorsement with enthusiasm across North America. As a result, health professionals in the U.S. and Canada received thousands of letters, emails, and phone calls from their patients, asking how and when they could get access to the PEMF technology.

The U.S. FDA acquiesced to the public demand by creating a new FDA category called “wellness devices.” PEMF machines would be allowed into the country, tax-free and duty-free, as long as they were registered with the FDA and made no health claims. The only claim they were allowed to make is that PEMF therapy adds energy “chi” to create wellness in the body. (In reality, the government bypassed Medicaid and wanted the public to spend money from their health savings account and use PEMF as an alternative to addictive pain medications.)

The Canadian government took a different approach and declared that Pulsed Electromagnetic Therapy devices would qualify as full-fledged medical devices, with a percentage of every sale going to fund Health Canada. Instead of publicly funded hospitals, private clinics could rent and sell them to the public. They could be advertised to reduce inflammation, increase microcirculation, and mitigate musculoskeletal disorders, which is quite broad in scope.

Spreading the magnetic message to doctors still remains a big problem. How can medical professors honestly teach doctors that the pulsed microwave magnetic fields used by the telecom industry, which are classified as Class-2b carcinogens by the World Health Organization, have no health impact, while low frequency pulsed electromagnetic fields can be used to cure serious diseases? Where is the dividing line between health and harm?

Answer: If the artificially generated frequencies are within the spectrum of nature (earth, sound, and sun), they can be used for healing because their genetic codes are in our DNA. However, like natural medicine, it’s about the correct dose.

The frequency spectrum beyond ultrasound and below the sun is called radio and microwaves. These fields are not natural to earth and are foreign to our DNA. In short durations they can be used for healing too, but chronic overexposures from their use in wireless technology could also produce harmful side effects.

Elon Musk’s statement about Tesla’s failures to self-market his inventions commercially seems to have merit. However, Tesla was a visionary and perhaps this is the ideal time to bring his healing fields to the world.

“Let the future tell the truth and evaluate each one according to his work and accomplishments. The present is theirs; the future, for which I have really worked, is mine.” ~ Nikola Tesla

Robert Connolly appeared at the Whole Life Expo in Toronto, where he presented “TeslaMania”, a live workshop and multimedia version of his film, “Tesla’s Medicine: Healing Fields”. For more information on future screenings of this film, or about Tesla’s technology in general, call Bob Connolly (416) 521-7462.


Bob Connolly is a Canadian digital film journalist specializing in health technology. Visit:


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    April 27, 22:03 Stephanie

    We have a fantastic FREE Health Symposium coming up next weekend on the topic of the Health Effects of Wireless Radiation.
    Please see Eventbrite link below for further details and to register

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    June 13, 14:35 ei

    This is a fantastic, well-researched, well-argued and well-supported article. Thank you for sharing this to the world, and may it gain traction and exposure to all audiences who need this to save, improve or augment themselves and those around them.

    Thanks again.

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