PAVING PEMF RESEARCH IN FOCUSED HEALTH
From an interview with J. Jocelyn Toy (PEMF Medical Protocol Specialist)
When I started my clinics, I was using different devices and modalities. When I got into PEMF, I realized very quickly that our response rate at the time was 93% - compared to 70% and even 50% of some other modalities. I put my efforts in creating protocols around this- and for the past four years, we're at 97% response rate. With my mental health program, we are able to do that in British Columbia where I was collaborating with one oncologist and out of 183 patients, response rate was 100%. This tells me collaboration is very important here.
Image #2: This patient has been diagnosed with Parkinson disease 7 years prior to the first PEMF treatment, he was on a twice a week 1 hour treatment for 10 weeks (Total 20 hours). I did use 3 different applicators to « squeeze » the frequencies in the central nervous system and locally on the head as well. Patient was advised to drink more water and nothing more. The trembling stopped after the first hour and stayed in control until the next day. The second PEMF session stopped the trembling for 2 days and it went from there up to a whole week after 10 hours. At 20 hours, he wasn’t trembling anymore and we decided to stop the treatments to see how long it would stay stable. As for today, we did visit him this morning and after 5 years, he is still stable.
Around 2011, the US NIH came out with a press release presenting a report on the energy of the cells triggering diabetic conditions. Understanding that PEMF is all about cell regeneration, we can actually create a protocol to manage diabetic symptoms- and hopefully, the disease. As an example, I had a patient in Vancouver who was suffering from type one diabetes and within 24 hours (of my treatment), his hemoglobin A1C was back to a normal level and stabilized for the first time in so many years.
As with any patient care, our practice adjusts our protocol according to the patient. Sometimes we have a patient with Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease etc. October is the Parkinson’s Awareness month. We've got more people on Parkinson's than we take care of them. So that's basically it.
In a socialized health system where people's medical healthcare is paid for, private care like my PEMF practice is out of pocket. This means, patients are more attentive to results. This makes PEMF ideal in that showing therapeutic response and overall results is much faster than other modalities, sometimes even instantaneous.
When it comes to tracking treatment response, we use MRI and blood work- but more often, patients choose blood work as the affordable option. For mental illness, the vast majority of diagnostics is more about direct observation if the patient is feeling better. You can also find visible improvement in areas like the patient's skin. In Parkinson's, very easy to see people stop trembling.
In the case of one cancer patient who has several tumors in the lungs, PEMF helps the performance of her current therapies by optimizing the receptors of the body. Through the MRI, you can actually see the results of PEMF treatments on the before and after from just a few short weeks. This is an important advantage, when you think about exponentially speeding up the treatment time of a patient (with much less exposure time to the after effects of those therapies). In addition, we can actually identify response on the immune system and the reaction on the Neutrophils going up. During treatment, people react differently to different frequencies and this is how I can validate if we are using the right or wrong protocols.
In his active Neurostimulation practice, Mr. Toy currently uses the Curatron models for his patients suffering from chronic issues like mental and neurological disorders. He received his doctorate degree in Malaysia in 2016 at the International Martial Arts Research Institute I.M.A.R.I. He was recently decorated by the Queen of England for his work in PTSD named the Diamond Jubilee Medal. In 2016, he received the Sovereign's Medal for Volunteers issued by the Governor General of Canada. He is also the recipient of the exalted “Peace on Earth Award” in 2013 by Grand Prieuré Russe de l'Ordre de Malte (Healthy Recovery Institute). For more information on his work, visit his practice website at: www.cliniquesneuroviesante.com.
KREBS CYCLE AND THE SCIENCE OF SELF REGENERATION
The Krebs’s Cycle is a multi-step chemical reaction that is the main source of energy for cells during Aerobic respiration. Also called the TCA (TriCarboxylic Acid) Cycle or Citric Acid Cycle, the Krebs cycle occurs in eukaryotes (cells with a nucleus) in the matrix of the mitochondria and the cytosol of prokaryotes (no distinct nucleus). In a living organism, the TCA cycle is a series of reactions in which oxidation of Acetic Acid/glucose provides energy for storage in phosphate bonds (ATP). Fuel for this comes from lipids and carbohydrates, which produce Acetyl-CoA. These reactions are the major source of energy in all living organisms. (see full article)