Of course, this intrigued me and I attempted to locate the doctor. His name was not released on the broadcast I heard, but with a bit of schmoozing, I was given sufficient information to locate the doctor. I was told that the station had mentioned the name on earlier broadcasts but had removed the name during the later broadcasts. I was finally able to reach the office of the doctor, but I was informed that he was too busy to speak with me. Then I was asked whether I was calling about a pet that I owned, or was I just calling to get information regarding the healing machine that was mentioned?
When I mentioned that I was interested in learning about the technology, I was politely told that the doctor was not speaking to anyone, and the machine could never be used to help people. That was an interesting response because I had not stated that I was looking to treat anyone. I continued to call back and finally mentioned that I was working for a non-profit organization that supported the technology that the doctor was using on Sam. I also mentioned I was aware that the doctor might be under some pressure regarding speaking too openly regarding the machine. This tweaked the curiosity of the doctor’s assistant and later that evening I received a phone call from the doctor. I shared that I had offices in Europe, Asia and the U.S.; I was positive he was using equipment from Europe, and that he had received a visit from an agency telling him not to speak about using the device on humans.
After I mentioned these things he invited me to visit his office the next day. He had been using the device on many of his animal patients with fantastic results. The device, from Germany, was used on dogs, cats, birds, horses and any other animals that came to his practice needing special help to heal. He had used it for arthritis, severe lacerations, lameness, some tumors and many other difficulties. The machine was a pulsed electromagnetic frequency device that accelerated bone and tissue healing. The machine, similar to the Diapulse in that it did not ever touch his patients, was silent and readily accepted by the animals. The doctor shared that he and his staff had been using the device for six months, but were so excited because they had healed an animal that the local zoo personnel and other vets couldn’t help, that they spread the word regarding Sam's healing.
Once the news went over the radio, people began calling his office. They were not calling about their pets but wondering if the machine would help their family and friends with their various medical and health conditions. At first the doctor was answering in the affirmative because cells are the same whether they are in an animal or a human being. The doctor then related how he had been paid a visit by a government agency who warned him, “If you make any comments regarding this machine or technology being able to help people you will never practice any type of medicine again.” He told me that it was enough to scare him more than he had ever been frightened in his life.
There are several other devices that are being used with animals but not available for people. Many of these have been used on high-priced race horses. If you come away from this post being upset with the medical authorities and their actions, then I haven’t accomplished my main intent. It could be that the authorities were protecting the public from a device that hadn’t sufficiently been tested on humans in the United States. It could be that the device was not properly labeled. Of course there might be other reasons, but we don’t know for sure.
The most important point is that these technologies exist and work! Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields offer incredible potential in the health field. The device had been used on humans in Europe with great success, so we do know the potential. Spreading the word regarding what works, will hopefully lead to greater awareness and eventually more integration of these effective technologies into mainstream healthcare.