Jul 25

MY Pulse PEMF Story

I wanted to share my story regarding the Pulse PEMF.  However first I feel it necessary to give a little background information on myself.  I am a healthcare provider of nearly 20 years, a male in my 40’s, and no pre-existing medical conditions until about 2 years ago.

One evening after coming home from work I experienced a feeling I will never forget (my first heart issue).  For some unknown reason my heart rate skyrocketed to nearly 250 beats per minute (normal is 60-80 bpm). I was rushed to emergency where multiple attempts were made slow my heart, after several hours and still no progress I was sent to intensive care where the electrophysiologist would eventually stabilize my heart rate.  Numerous tests were run (bloodwork, echocardiogram, ekg, etc) and I was eventually diagnosed with SVT or Supraventricular Tachycardia.  I was then given medication and told I needed to schedule for a heart ablation.  Somewhat scared, I hurried into the procedure.   I was told this is what I needed to do to fix the problem.

After the procedure I was told everything went great and I should be back to normal in no time.  Following the procedure I was left with a great deal of arrhythmia (which was very uncommon for me).  These episodes could occur off/on for several hours a day.   Two weeks after my procedure I ended up in Emergency with another heart issue “Fascicular Ventricular Tachycardia”.  Once again, an ablation was recommended. However, this procedure would come at a greater risk due to potential blood clot complications.  At the direction of my specialist I would travel to California to attempt another ablation which was once again unsuccessful.

Frustrated with the failed attempts to “fix” my condition I decided to look for alternative treatments that may provide some form of relief.  I was losing faith after being seen by 4 electrophysiologists, 3 cardiologists and being seen at 5 medical facilities including Mayo Clinic. None of these medical providers could tell me what caused my condition they could only tell me what the protocol was to “treat my symptoms”.  Eventually I came across a cardiologist in Costa Rica that mentioned that reflux could be stimulating the vagus nerve which might be affecting my severe arrhythmia (the vagus nerve controls heart and respiration rates). I made a few changes to my diet and noticed that his suggestion was somewhat effective.  This motivated me to research “therapies that stimulate the vagus nerve”. PEMF was one therapy that caught my attention.  I then searched for PEMF providers in my area to learn more.

A little nervous about the unknown, I visited a clinic in Arizona.  They were kind enough to show me through their clinic filled with all of the latest and greatest technologies.  Upon the conclusion of the tour I asked the provider which was the therapy of choice in his clinic for the broadest range of conditions.  The provider then showed me to a chair he called the PULSE and asked me to sit down. He then turned the therapy on allowing me to feel various intensities and rates.  After about 5 minutes I got up thinking that was one of the weirdest sensations I had ever felt. Unsure of what had just happened I got in the car and drove home. That night was the first night in close to a year I could lay on my left side without getting arrhythmia, it was the first time I was able to sleep through the night, and it has been single handedly the one thing that has given me my life back.  Oh yeah, a week later I bought a unit for myself.

I still don’t know what the PULSE XL PRO did to me, whether it stimulated the vagal response for which I intended or it provided the cellular energy my body was lacking.  Either way I am 100% certain this therapy provided me a solution to my problem when no one else could. Thank you

By Dr. W