BEMER Vascular Therapy

What Is BEMER Vascular Therapy And How Can It Prevent Microvascular Collapse?

In a new video, integrative oncology expert and An Oasis of Healing founder Dr. Thomas Lodi explains how BEMER Vascular therapy works and why it should be part of health care protocols. BEMER Therapy is a patented type of physical vascular therapy designed to alleviate the complications of impaired microcirculation.

Microcirculation refers to that part of our circulatory system which ensures a regulated blood flow, with oxygen and nutrients, to all cells of the body. It consists of the “tiniest blood vessels, initial lymphatic vessels and the space between blood vessels, lymphatic vessels, and cells.” Microcirculation also helps flush out “metabolic end-products” like carbon dioxide.

BEMER Physical Vascular Therapy has been known to support the body’s regeneration and rehabilitation processes by improving blood flow in the smallest blood vessels. An unhealthy lifestyle can make it difficult for blood cells to adequately fulfill their tasks and result in deficient supply to vital tissues and organs. This, in turn, can lead to a decline in the quality of a person’s physical and mental health as well as greater susceptibility to diseases.

BEMER Therapy can “counteract” this in a “naturally limiting framework” using electromagnetically transmitted signals that “renormalize blood flow” in the targeted area. It can help boost the immune system, improve the body’s ability to fight off infection, enhance physical and mental performance, and minimize the negative effects of stress and burnout.

It can also aid in the treatment and management of arthritis, back pain, diabetes, peripheral arterial disease, bone fractures, torn ligaments, sprains, rheumatism, insomnia, and stress, among others. Professional sports teams also use BEMER as part of high-performance therapy because it promotes “faster regeneration” particularly in cases of minor injuries.

BEMER Vascular Therapy Needs To Be A Part Of All Health Care Protocols.

“BEMER vascular therapy works to help prevent the collapse of the microvascular,” Dr. Lodi said. “People who are in this stage start to get splotches on their body here and there as a result. This is a sign the organs are failing and the microvascular is collapsing.”

Dr. Lodi further noted that BEMER Therapy can help address the pathogenesis of organ failure which manifests through a decrease or increase in blood flow, vasal motion, alterations in the endothelial barrier, exaggerated inflammation, and impairment of endothelium-dependent vasorelaxation involving nitric oxide.

He added, “When this happens, people are typically put on harsh drugs such as Levophed. This drug and others like it attempt to keep the blood in the blood vessels. They aren’t working on the microcirculation because there is nothing from a drug perspective that works.

This is why the BEMER machine should be in all critical care facilities. They also need to have intravenous high-dose Vitamin C, curcumin, and many other intravenous therapies.”

At An Oasis of Healing, BEMER Therapy is used as one of the alternative cancer care center’s adjunct therapies. It helps cancer patients by improving their circulation, targeting cells as part of an overall process to achieve long-term health, and increasing oxygen saturation, which is crucial to weakening cancer cells.

To learn more about BEMER Therapy and how it can support a cancer patient’s healing journey, contact us now.

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