Mobius Coil plugged into computer audio jack
There is absolutely no reason for hospitals not having access to inexpensive technology for replicating electromagnetic fields that the body recognizes to help mitigate pain and promote wellness. It would be a complimentary therapy to using medication for pain management and may offer other benefits in recovering from injury and illness.
The Mobius coil shown above is an example of a single coil that can be plugged into your computer, smart phone or portable mp3 player that is playing a designer mp3 audio file. Taking this example one step further, embedded electrical microcoils in a wristband or blanket-like device could be plugged into a docking station that offer adjustable power settings.
Photograph by ReSurge International at flickr
I have replicated the molecular magnetic field of well known pain relievers such as Ibuprofen
that have similar pain relieving characteristics as the original chemical compounds. They are well worth researching further. More designer frequencies here
Imagine a viable pain mitigation technology using readily available accessories that costs less than a couple of hundred dollars instead of thousands of dollars. Most of you already have most of these already. The time for this technology is now. Let’s help the children.
Philips Docking Station for Android Smart Phone at Amazon.com -An example of an unmodified docking station. An embedded coil blanket/cuff device would plug into it.