electromedicine

electromedicine

Fringe medicine
A general term for any form of “energy medicine” that uses electromagnetic fields, which is based on the belief that all living organisms are controlled by electrodynamic fields.
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Cross Currents: The Perils of Electropollution and the Promise of Electromedicine. New York: Jeremy Tarcher.
Medica, based in Dusseldorf, Germany, specialises in promoting the latest in medical technology, electromedicine, laboratory equipment, diagnostics and drugs.
The fair will bring together more than 250 Tunisian professionals who will have the possibility to benefit from a complete offer in certain sectors such as electromedicine, medical and operating technologies, and laboratory techniques.
The Reset Program used CES to address the neuropsychological precursor of PTSD symptom clusters as well as the resulting symptoms of PTSD-induced stresses, providing further demonstration of the broad applications for electromedicine," said Jerry Wesch, PhD, former director of the Warrior Combat Stress Reset Program, Fort Hood, Texas, and one of the authors of the report.
Dental laser company BIOLASE Inc (NASDAQ:BIOL) stated on Friday that it is taking part at the International Trade Fair and the Congress for Medical Technology, Electromedicine, Laboratory Equipment, Diagnostics and Drugs, MEDICA.
(15) Biofeedback and electromedicine reduce the cycle of pain spasm pain in low back patients.
Cross Currents--The Perils of Electropollution, the Promise of Electromedicine by Robert O.
Becker, Cross Currents: The Promise of Electromedicine, The Perils of Electropollution (Los Angeles: Jeremy P.
Cross currents: The perils of electropollution, the promise of electromedicine. New York, NY: Jeremy P.