PEMF Studies

PEMF Therapy for Autism

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a complex neurodevelopmental condition that affects social interaction, communication, and behavior. The spectrum nature of ASD means that it manifests uniquely in each individual, with a range from mild to severe symptoms. Challenges such as difficulty with social interactions, repetitive behaviors, and sensory sensitivities are common. With millions of individuals diagnosed worldwide, autism presents a significant impact on individuals and their families.

  • As part of a multifaceted approach to support those with ASD, PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field) Therapy for Autism offers an innovative, non-invasive option. Utilizing electromagnetic fields to encourage the body’s natural healing and regulatory processes, PEMF therapy emerges as a supportive tool in managing some symptoms associated with autism, aiming to improve quality of life.


  • The causes of autism are not entirely understood but are believed to involve a combination of genetic and environmental factors. Research suggests that variations in certain genes can increase the risk of autism, especially when combined with environmental influences during critical periods of brain development. These factors can affect brain connections and the processing of information, leading to the manifestations of autism symptoms. Early diagnosis and interventions are crucial in supporting developmental progress and enhancing the well-being of individuals with ASD.

How PEMF Therapy Can Help

  • In the context of autism, PEMF Therapy presents a non-pharmacological approach that may support the neurological health and behavioral symptoms of individuals with ASD. By promoting cellular health and improving neurological function, PEMF therapy has the potential to positively affect sleep patterns, mood, and behavioral regulation, which are areas often challenging for those with autism.

  • While the research into PEMF therapy’s application in autism is ongoing, preliminary studies and anecdotal reports suggest improvements in areas such as focus, anxiety reduction, and overall mood stabilization. PEMF therapy’s mechanism of enhancing cellular communication and blood flow could contribute to these beneficial outcomes. It's important for caregivers considering PEMF therapy for autism to consult with healthcare professionals to ensure an integrated and supportive approach to care.

  • Explore our PEMF Devices, to find out more about this technology.


  • The CDC reports more than 100% increase in children with autism from 2000-2010 in the United States and that number is exponentially exploding. A genetic component has been found that limits the body’s ability to detoxify environmental factors. The combination of this genetic component in a significant percentage of the population, with an increased burden of environmental pollution in modern industrialized societies is likely contributing to this rapid increase in this disorder. These can include air, water and soil pollution, electro-pollution and processed food diets.

  • Scientists believe that autism is a mitochondrial dysfunction which reduces the energy capacity of neuronal cells. Oxidative stress contributes to worsening of autism spectrum disorder. PEMF therapy improves mitochondrial function, oxygenation, neuron conduction, production of neurotransmitters and reduction of inflammation from toxicity. The PEMF oxygenation study was conducted recently in 2018 and about 8 universities from France, Egypt, Germany and United States of America worked together on it.

  • Thus you would find that PEMF therapy for Autism Spectrum Disorder can have some immediate benefits. The fact that PEMF improves oxygenation is very well known and there are more studies of how PEMF helps cells in the bones, nerves and tissues.