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PEMF School – Compare Static Magnets and PEMF?

What’s the difference between “Permanent” or “Static” magnets and Pulsed Electromagnets? Permanent magnets are those horseshoe or bar magnets that you may have seen in a physics class back in high school. They can be all shapes and sizes and they are magnets that have a North Pole and a South Pole and they don’t change. The …

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PEMF School – Magnets and Our Electric Bodies

Is your personality magnetic? We all know that some metal objects are attracted to magnets. What makes iron things attractive and aluminum or copper unattractive to magnets? Are these materials affected in any way to magnets? In fact, although copper and aluminum are not attracted to magnets, they are affected by magnets when they move …

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PEMF School – Does Time Heal All Wounds?

Set Realistic Expectations My mother used to say “Time wounds all heels!” Sometimes healing takes a long, long time. With PEMF, healing normally happens more quickly but, the answer to the question is dependent on what health condition is being treated and whether the appropriate PEMF intensity is being used. In the prior PEMF-SCHOOL article …

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PEMF School – Effective PEMF Requires High Intensity

Gauss and Tesla - PEMF Intensity

Intensity generated by PEMF devices is perhaps the most crucial requirement to obtain adequate results.  The strength of a magnetic field is generally defined in T (Tesla) or G (Gauss) Gauss [symbol G] named after Carl Friedrich Gauss Tesla [symbol T] named after the scientist Nikola Tesla 1 T = 10.000 G   CONFUSING TERMS: …

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The model made before the building of the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City.

Amjo Corp is based near Cincinnati Ohio. 

Cincinnati is on the Ohio River and is one of the USA’s great river towns. Amjo has been on the internet since 1998 and we’ve been selling and supporting the Curatron family of PEMF products since 2000, just as the new millennium began. No other distributor has the experience, know how and drive of Amjo Corp.  Our main website in support of the Curatron is www.curatron.com

We can be reached at 513-942-2770.

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