MAGNETIC PULSER BY GARY WADE
A LAYMAN'S VIEW BY EDITOR
This is just a brief outline of THE HORSE MAGNETIC PULSER SEMI-TECHNICAL PAPER and, as such it is hoped that it will inspire the reader to make the effort to read the more technical articles by Gary Wade which explain this much more thoroughly. The reader who is willing to focus and re-read a line until they understand it, will be rewarded with a genuine and comprehensive understanding of what this therapy can do and how it does it. See links for articles at bottom of page.
You should read the technical papers for a full understanding of the quintessential ideas but here is a synopsis of the main concepts. I may over-simplify some elements in order to explain the process, so understand the following is my interpretation of the more detailed scientific papers.
THE MAGNETIC PULSER generates at least four useful phenomena in living animal tissue. They are:
1) charge density waves
3) electric currents
4) the pumping of lymph fluid by involuntary muscle contraction
4) and (last but not least) the conversion of fibroblast cells that are maintaining scar tissue into embryonic-looking cells that apparently can convert over into the cell type needed to convert the damaged tissue region into normal healthy tissue. (note; infections must be cleaned out before the body can properly repair and heal itself. This is facilitated by the first 2 working together.
Quite simply, the rapidly changing or pulsating magnetic field creates multiple positive effects in the body. This has been shown to be completely harmless to the healthy tissues (when done correctly) and yet is potentially quite damaging to foreign invaders, i.e. pathogens, germs, etc.,.
As the cleanup is continued, the 4th and perhaps most amazing function of the magnetic pulse unit comes into action; the accelerated regeneration and healing of damaged tissue and even, in some cases, apparently the replacement of scar tissue with healthy tissue of the kind that should be there.
One of the most important aspects of this HMP (Horse Magnetic Pulser) is that it can be used as a diagnostic tool for finding hurt and damaged tissue. It is merely an indicator, not to replace normal medical diagnostics. However, there are definite benefits to knowing where an injury may be. If the machine finds it, there is a very good chance it can help heal it. For work with horses and other animals for example, this can be a heaven send to a veterinarian who can easily locate the injury by observing the reaction of the horse. This could save a valuable horse from being surgically damaged etc.
As it concludes in Gary Wade's article:
THE MAGNETIC PULSER is recommended for experimental treatment on joint and cartilage damage, tendon damage, ligament damage, adhesions and muscle damage from surgery and traumatic accidents. It is also for experimental treatment of various kinds of infections. It is recommended that veterinarians experiment with this technology, in particular on such large animals as horses that are often very difficult to work on by other methods for the problems mentioned above.
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