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Compare Pulse Magnetic Therapy Machines

iMRS vs High Voltage PEMF Devices (Pap-imi, etc.)

Features iMRS High Voltage PEMF
#1 – Earth Frequenies
#2 – Biorhythm Clock
#3 – Higher Intensity Pain
#4 – Sensitive Setting
#5 – Graduated Intensity
#6 – Pure Pulsating Fields
#7 – Sawtooth Wave
#8 – Proven Square Wave
#9 – Switch Polarity
#10 – Light and Sound Option
#11 – Biofeedback
#12 – Digital/Easy Upgrade
#13 – Database Protocols
#14 – FDA Registered
#15 – Company Progressive
#16 – Good Value
#17 – 3 year Warranty
#18 – Mat Comfortable?
#19 – Excellent Training /Support – Best in Industry
Warranty 3 years w/ Extended
Applicators Whole Body Mat, Pillow Large Loop and Butterfly
Accessories Probe, iSLRS, iMORE, Iguide+ more Optional Full Body Mat on Some
Intensities .09 – 70 uT / up to 300 uT Probe LED, Pad to Sit on + More
Frequency 4 Settings Based on Biorhythms (.5 Hz / 3 Hz / 5.5 Hz / 15 Hz) Rapid Spike/Pulse
Waveform Sawtooth Mat/ Squarewave Pillow & Probe Rapid Spike/Pulse
Cost Basic System Starts @ $3775 $15,000 + For Example, the New PEMF 120 is $18,950
FDA Registered?
Manufactured Germany USA

High Voltage PEMF Review

All these high voltage machines are basically identical and modeled after the original Papimi PEMF device, which was outlawed by the FDA in 2005.

These devices are sold in different packing and under various names and are clones of the old PAP-IMI devices. It is worthwhile reading (keep reading towards the end)
and you will not even want to come close anymore to such a device.

These papimi-like machines are VERY expensive starting at about $10,000. They use VERY HIGH intensity coils shooting “bursts” of pulsed magnetic fields for just microseconds.

These devices run at dangerous voltages, and because they include a large range of frequencies, they incorporate unhealthy microwave frequencies as well.

These systems are VERY expensive and use intensities that are potentially dangerous if not under expert guidance.

Again the key is frequency resonance, not intensity, so it’s best to avoid these machines unless under direct supervisor of a healthcare professional trained in using these devices.