Pulsed Magnetic Field


Viofor JPS pulsed magnetic field – stimulation method is an unique, patented solution designed for therapy, rehabilitation and wellness with Extremely Low Frequency Magnetic Fields (ELF-MF). The system has been designed by renowned scientist and world authorities in the field of physical medicine: Professors Feliks Jaroszyk and Janusz Paluszak from Poznan University of Medical Sciences and Professor Aleksander Sieron from Medical University in Silesia.

Viofor JPS generates variable magnetic fields, which cause changes in the organism similar to those caused by physical activity (physical strain, physical activity); i.e. they support biological regeneration. Both mental and physical regeneration is tightly connected with physical exercise. Variable magnetic field plays a similar beneficial role.
Magnetostimulation stimulates in the organism electromotor forces of such properties, which enable homeostasis, and in case of its disturbance stimulate return to a normal state.
The biological effect of the alternating magnetic field generated by Viofor JPS System devices is the result of:

  • The electrodynamic influence of this field on ionic currents in the body,
  • Magnetomechanical interaction of the magnetic field on particles with uncompensated magnetic spins,
  • Ionic cyclotron resonance of cations and anions in body fluids. Body fluids, i.e. blood, lymph and intercellular fluid constitute the so-called Conductors of the second type of ionic nature of electrical conductivity.
  • The essence of PMF magnetostimulation

    Therapeutic signal Viofor JPS System comes down to the optimal selection of two different electrical signals, and thus magnetic ones, and their combinations in order to use the three basic mechanisms of absorption of the alternating magnetic field by the matter of living organisms.

    Electromagnetic radiation can affect the body in different ways. Depending on the amount of energy absorbed, thermal and non-thermal effects appear. Due to the very low values ​​of magnetic induction, non-thermal effects: bioelectric, biochemical and bioenergetic are the most important in magnetostimulation.

  • The bioelectric effect normalizes the potential of the cell membrane. In pathological cases, the potential drops due to the penetration of positive ions through the cell membrane into the cell, e.g. Na +. To reverse this process, the cell needs energy, which it can obtain from ATP hydrolysis.
  • The biochemical effect is based on increasing the enzymatic activity and redox processes related to ATP.
  • The bioenergetic effect stimulates the nutrition and growth of cells and regulates intercellular processes leading to the regeneration of the body.
  • The Biological Effects

    Viofor JPS System can be used with good results against many health problems addressed through analgesic or anti-inflammatory and regenerative effects (on the bones and joints as well as soft tissue, the nervous and circulatory systems):
    ●      It is an efficient analgesic (through the output increase of endogenous opioids from the ẞ-endorphine group, a substance responsible for increasing the pain threshold), allowing for complete avoidance or a major decrease in the use of painkillers.
    ●      It has an anti-inflammatory effect (stimulating the creation of c-AMP and prostaglandin E). Undiagnosed or untreated inflammation are seen as one of the most influential factors in chronic diseases. Prostaglandin influences the accumulation of c-AMP, which in turn decreases the secretion of inflammation mediators from neutrophiles, basophiles, mastocytes and lymphocytes.
    ●      Improves the circulation of blood and lymph as well as the tissue oxygenation (decreasing the surface tension of liquids through magnetohydrodynamic effects), preventing edemas and varicose veins; it is a great prophylactic against cardiovascular diseases.
    ●      It allows for a more rapid regeneration after physical exertion, for which it is widely used in sport treatments (alleviates “muscle fever”; has an analgesic and antiedemic effect). The basic regenerative effects come from the intensification of oxygen utilisation processes and tissue respiration through increased diffusion and oxygen capture by hemoglobin and cytochromes.
    ●      It limits the negative effects of stress, has a calming and antidepressant effect, improves focus and concentration, has a beneficial effect on the quality of sleep and makes falling asleep easier. Help relaxation (decreases heartbeat frequency, slows down and deepens breathing).

    ●      The alternating magnetic fields (thanks to the piezoelectric qualities of bones) are used in medicine to decrease the amount of time needed for broken bones to heal.
    ●      It increases the amount of calcium in bones, preventing osteoporosis with great efficiency.
    ●      It improves the metabolism, rejuvenates and revitalises.
    ●      It stimulates the immune system, decreasing the likelihood of infections and alleviating their effects, as well as preventing complications.
    ●      It supports the endocrine system, alleviating symptoms of menopause and andropause.
    ●      It allows to decrease the medicine intake (in consultation with the doctors, e.g. diabetics require less insulin after a while).


    I. Analgesic action

    1. Articular system
    – Degeneration of the spine and articular system of the upper and lower limbs
    – Rheumatoid inflammation of the joins
    – Stiffening inflammation of the spinal joints
    – Joint injuries
    2. Soft tissue:
    – fibromyalgia
    – traumas of soft tissue (sprains, strains)
    – Conditions after injury of tissue continuity (including post-surgical, tears)
    3. Migraines

    Regenerative action

    1. Osseous system
    – osteoporosis, particularly post-menopausal (concerns prevention as well as therapy)
    – Sudeck syndrome
    – conditions after bone fracture and breakage
    – conditions after surgery on the osseous system
    – conditions after surgery in which anastomosis has been carried out with screws, pins or plates
    – Pseudo joints
    2. Soft tissue:

    – conditions after injury with or without damage to skin continuity
    – burns
    – bedsores

    Action decreasing muscular hypertonia

    – conditions after stroke
    – degenerative diseases of the nervous system accompanied by hypertonia (MS, cerebral palsy)

    Relaxing action

    – neuroses
    – sleep disorders
    – stress in the common meaning of the word, particularly after long-term psychic/mental tension
    – concentration disturbances

    Restitution action

    – after sport training
    – in biological regeneration

    PMFS in dentistry – as regenerative and analgesic action

    – periapical tooth inflammation
    – nerve damage, complications after anaesthesia
    – complication after dental surgery
    – complication after endodonic treatment
    – dry socket
    – enhanced of orthodontic treatment