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2022: Volume 3, Issue 2

Acupuncture Modulation with Extremely Low Electromagnetic Frequency Patches

Jevdic A, Jevdic D, Brasovan N, Brasovan S*

Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, St. Mary Medical Center, Indiana, USA

*Corresponding author: Brasovan Srbislav, Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, 502 Wall Street, Valparaiso, Emeritus, St. Mary Medical Center, Indiana, USA. Tel: (219) 738 2742. Fax: (219) 777 3102. Email: [email protected], [email protected]

Received: Aug 23, 2022
Published: Nov 16, 2022

Citation: Brasovan S, et al. (2022). Acupuncture Modulation with Extremely Low Electromagnetic Frequency Patches. Traditional Medicine. 3(2):13.

Copyright: Brasovan S, et al. © (2022). 


This article presents the supportive acupuncture concept by applying Extremely Low Electro Magnetic Frequency (ELEMF) patches to the acupuncture points after the needling of acupuncture. We attempt to show needle acupuncture's extended benefits by adding ELEMF patches. Patches utilize passive ELEMF energy and can be worn for a week without any changes. We support the view that shows a strict correlation between connective tissue of fascia and acupuncture channels (meridians) and acupuncture points and connective tissue’s role in transmitting Qi energy and connecting Qi with ELEMF. Using electromagnetic frequency in acupuncture is not new. However, using patches without an active electric supply that can emit ELEMF is a novel approach.

Keywords: Acupuncture, ELEMF, Patches, Pain Management

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