An extensive and detailed look at bioelectromagnetic medicine that is analogous to a medical textbook for human physiology. Covers a wide range of topics including technical, theoretical, and therapeutic aspects of bioelectromagnetic medicine. Includes chapters on cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES), microcurrent electrical therapy (MET), and TENS. Probably best used as a reference book given its nearly 800 pages.
A practical and readable look at various brain stimulation therapies, such as electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), and deep brain stimulation. Also includes brief coverage of cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES), as well as an excellent chapter on the basics of electricity.
Excellent coverage of electrotherapeutic fundamentals that includes how the body’s cells, tissues, and organs respond to electrotherapy, as well as explanations of how these mechanisms of action impact device and protocol design, and provides computer simulations useful in determining device performance. A technical look at electrotherapy.
Exploring BCEC-Systems (Biologically Closed Electric Systems)Dr. Nordenström is highly respected physician and pioneer in the field of electromedicine. His controversial book details his initial work with the electrotherapeutic of cancer patients, and outlines a new human circulatory system where continuous energy circulation and circulating electrical currents support healing, metabolism, growth, regulation, and immune response. A difficult book to find, but a worthwhile purchase.
Lens: The Low Energy Neurofeedback SystemEditor Cory Hammond is icon and noted researcher in the field of neurofeedback. He is also a strong advocate of LENS. LENS is the application of very low levels of electricity using neurofeedback principals. The only the book on LENS currently published with contributions from Len Ochs and other noted researchers.
Robert Becker is a primary figure and one of the founders of bioelectric medicine. A core book and essential read to better understand the roots of electromedicine. It details how electrical current generates healing, growth, and regeneration to injured body parts – even in organisms that ordinarily do not regrow entire limbs.
This book explores the Low Energy Neurofeedback System (LENS) developed by Dr. Len Ochs in 1992. LENS applies weak electromagnetic fields to stimulate brain-wave activity and restore brain flexibility and function using neurofeedback principals. This treatment has had remarkable results with individuals who have experienced severe physical trauma to the head and brain. It may also be an important alternative to chemical approaches for such chronic behavioral disorders as ADHD and monopolar and bipolar depression.