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Treatment with Electromagnetic Field Alters the Clinical Course of Chronic Progressive Multiple Sclerosis–A Case Report

This article reports on the case of a 36-year-old man severely disabled with partial paralysis and lack of coordination. Three treatment sessions per week with pulsed electromagnetic fields over a period of one year led to a range of improvements, including improvements in gait, balance, bowel and bladder functions, vision, mood, and sleep. No progression of symptoms associated with
multiple sclerosis was seen throughout the course of EMF treatment.

R. Sandyk, “Treatment with Electromagnetic Field Alters the Clinical Course of Chronic Progressive Multiple Sclerosis–A Case Report,” International Journal of Neurosci, 88(1-2), November 1996, p. 75-82.

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