BEMER Pro Set Overview

Why BEMER is Best


When researching the term BEMER on the internet you may see ads posted by companies that say their products are better than BEMER.

If you do, we encourage you to visit PubMed.gov—the National Institutes of Health's (NIH) searchable database of published scientific and medical literature that is maintained by the United States National Library of Medicine and contains citations from over 4,000 journals from the United States and 70 other countries.

To do a search by product name, enter the name of their product in the PubMed.gov search bar followed by [Text Word] as shown in this search for the name BEMER to see if any clinical studies have been done with their specific device.

There are over a dozen clinical studies that have abstracts referencing BEMER in PubMed.gov as noted here, yet it is our expectation you will not find any abstracts that reference any clinical studies related to their products—as to our knowledge BEMER is the only PEMF device referenced by brand name in scientific and medical literature.

In an independent comparative study conducted by the Microcirculation Institute in Germany where they evaluated the leading PEMF devices they determined that BEMER had a far greater effect on increasing the levels of oxygen delivered to every cell as shown in the chart below. On Day 4, when all of the PEMF the devices were turned off, the test subjects who used BEMER showed a residual level of increased cellular oxygen that exceeded the highest level created by competitive devices when those devices were on.

Independent Comparitive Study


Below are links to additional reports and documents that help validate that BEMER is a superior technology. These and other validating documentation may be found in the Clinical Studies folder of http://tinyurl.com/BEMERcustomer


Theromgraphy Provides Evidence of Increased Microcirculation

BEMER Thermography Client 1


BEMER Thermography Client 2