Introducing BEMER!

The new BEMER treatment system protected by patents is the most researched and most effective physical treatment method used in complementary medicine today.

The new BEMER signal has been developed even further and modified according to the latest findings on the biorhythm of local and primary regulatory processes associated with microcirculation (physical treatment method). The restricted or impaired microcirculation of organs is now stimulated even better than before.

The specific temporary signal order and structure of the electromagnetic field with a low flux density is crucial in effectively stimulating the mechanism for regulating microcirculation.

BEMER is an officially authorised medical device in the EU (CE0483) of the class IIa (93/42/EEC).

During the past 15 years, there have been 46 publications about BEMER therapy and four scientific studies listed in PubMed.

Microcirculation is the KEY to Health!
Blood circulation is the human body’s supply system. It supplies the tissues and organs with nutrients and oxygen while removing and disposing of resulting waste products. 75% of this process takes place in the smallest blood vessels – the so-called microcirculation.
This is the technology of PEMF
BEMER devices improve the impaired pumping movements of small and very small vessels.
This results in a needs-based distribution of blood in the network of small blood vessels, making BEMER an effective treatment option for many conditions.

How it Works in the Body
An intact microcirculation supports the immune response:

When applied regularly, physical vascular therapy effectively helps alleviate conditions and supports the body’s own self-healing and regeneration processes.
BEMER has the RESEARCH
Physical Vascular Therapy:

​Bemer Physical Vascular Therapy improves microcirculation and promotes the blood flow in the smallest blood vessels. This improves the performance of the body’s cells, which in turn favours the body’s own self-healing powers.

This is BEMER- the BEST in PEMF technology