My PEMF Experience

I have researched and spoken to the best specialist in the field. I had several sessions with Dr. William Pawluk, who is “the” expert in the field of PEMF.

We agreed to go for two therapies, one at a time (to minimize costs).

Low Intensity Device (Beginning of 2017)

This device, called FlexPulse, helped me when seizures were not controlled during sleep (increased auras basically, as I never get seizures at night). Unfortunately, this did not help by all means, on any level, for seizure control.

That left us to go for the heavier, more expensive device. I had to wait until I could save cash for that!

Worth mentioning though: This little machine did some magic for pain related to fractions for my daughter and a couple of friends.

High Intensity (2018)

So I had to buy the PEMF 120 device.

This device surely gave me some energy during the mornings (which is when I needed it the most). However, this device got “unlucky”, as my body went down miserably while I was trying this machine. At the time, I was working on other protocols that broke me down (which we now know was due to a set of supplements interacting with Trileptal).

So after failing to use this machine on the first try, I decided to put its use on hold until my body calms down. Given that at the time of writing this, my body has improved, I am intending to put it back into use as soon as I decide what to bring back first (I have learned to put things in sequence to figure out what’s probably working, or not working).

Mohammad Banat

Mohammad Banat

I'm an entrepreneur who founded and runs an IT company in the Middle East. However, my life took an unexpected turn after I underwent brain surgery in 2009 to remove an Oligodendroglioma in my temporal lobe.