PEMF Studies

Peripheral Neuritis

  • Peripheral neuritis, also known as peripheral neuropathy, refers to damage or dysfunction of the peripheral nerves, which are the nerves outside the brain and spinal cord. These nerves are responsible for transmitting signals between the central nervous system and the rest of the body, controlling sensations such as touch, temperature, and pain, as well as muscle movement.

PEMF and Peripheral Neuritis

  • Pain Relief: PEMF therapy has been shown to have analgesic effects and may help alleviate pain associated with peripheral neuritis. By modulating pain signaling pathways and promoting the release of endorphins (natural pain-relieving chemicals), PEMF therapy can provide relief from neuropathic pain.

  • Nerve Regeneration: Some research suggests that PEMF therapy may promote nerve regeneration and repair damaged peripheral nerves. By enhancing cellular signaling pathways involved in nerve growth and regeneration, PEMF therapy could potentially accelerate the healing process and improve nerve function in individuals with peripheral neuritis.

  • Reduced Inflammation: PEMF therapy has anti-inflammatory properties and can help reduce inflammation in peripheral nerves. By decreasing inflammation and swelling, PEMF therapy may alleviate symptoms such as pain, tingling, and numbness associated with peripheral neuritis.

  • Improved Blood Circulation: PEMF therapy has been shown to enhance blood flow and circulation, which is beneficial for individuals with peripheral neuritis. Improved circulation can help deliver oxygen and nutrients to damaged nerves, promote healing, and alleviate symptoms.

  • Complementary Therapy: PEMF therapy can complement other treatments for peripheral neuritis, such as medications, physical therapy, and lifestyle modifications. By addressing multiple aspects of nerve damage and symptom management, PEMF therapy may enhance overall outcomes and improve quality of life for individuals with peripheral neuritis.


  • O. Vassilenko and N.F. Vassilenko, Use of Extremely High Frequency Electromagnetic Radiation for  Treating Peripheral Neuritis, Second World Congress for Electricity and Magnetism in Biology and  Medicine, 8-13 June 1997, Bologna, Italy.