PILOT STUDY OF HUMAN PHYSIOLOGIC RESPONSES TO ELECTRIC MAGNETIC FIELDS AND THE BIOELECTRIC SHIELD Charles
Brown, DC, DABCN ABSTRACT: Preliminary computerized muscle testing was performed to objectivelyevaluate a physiologic response on the human body while
an electromagnetic field andthen using the BioElectric Shield while still
that field.METHODS: Five subjects were tested using the Compufet Computerized Muscle TestingSystem. A trial test was done
familiarize each subject with the testing procedures.
initial reading was taken
determine each subjects' baseline strength
their flexordigitorum superficialis muscle. A cellular telephone was turned on and held next
theirhead.A second reading was taken. Then a BioElectric Shield was placed around theirneck for five minutes and the muscle was re-tested.DISCUSSION: Three subjects showed a decrease
muscle strength when the cellularphone was put
their head. Two showed an increase
muscle strength with the phone.
showed an increase
muscle strength after wearing a Shield for five minutes.Because the body muscular
stimulated by electrical impulses from the nervous system,an expected phenomena was observed.
conjectured that this phenomena
producedby increased activity within the acupuncture system (caused
the electrical field activity
the phone).My initial theory that prolonged use
any electromagnetic devise
eventually produce a physical stress on the body
supported by this initial research.RESULTS: From this preliminary testing it
clear that wearing a Shield even for only ashort time leads to an increase
muscle strength.The five graphs
the muscle strength force curves are included.Each test
3 for the three tests that were performed.Over the rest
be conducting additional testing using more test subjectswith the BioElectric Shield
get a better statistical picture
what effect it has on humanfunction.