TVEMF vs PEMF

Time-Varying Electromagnetic Field (TVEMF) technology is fundamentally different from other magnetic pulse devices. TVEMF is based on the physics of electricity and magnetism as well as the physiology of cells and tissues.

  • PEMF devices do not produce square waves, the optimal waveform for a tissue response.
  • PEMF devices do not produce enough intensity to stimulate a response; most do not even produce 1 Gauss of intensity.
  • PEMF devices do not produce a rate of induction (slew rate) that is quick enough to penetrate deep within tissues. TVEMF produces pulses that are only 0.0001 seconds wide.
  • Furthermore, TVEMF features repeating patterns of pulses that are selected based on known motor-neuron stimulation patterns of musculoskeletal tissues.

 

Why Square Waves?

Sine waves take too long to reach their peak intensity. The lower slew rate means that they are not effective in producing a cellular/tissue response.

Triangle and sawtooth waves also suffer from a lower slew rate, meaning that they are not effective in producing a cellular/tissue response.

Endonovo’s TVEMF device produces a patented square waveform, which was proven the most effective waveform to increase cell growth and the production of over 200 growth factors and cytokines.

square waves