BPH in Rochester Hills

PEMF is a noninvasive method that generates both an electrical and magnetic field and is used in orthopedics, neurology, and urology. It has been reported to have an anti-inflammatory effect and increases healing and blood circulation. The idea of using this method for BPH is to improve prostate blood flow and reduce the size of the prostate gland.


1. Poor circulation

2. Cellular Toxicity

3. Low Cellular Energy

A natural question you may have is whether there are other less risky or dangerous procedures or treatment approaches that can be used that are effective, particularly in the setting of known enlargement without obstruction. There have been two therapeutic studies recently that lend support to the use of PEMFs to noninvasively, and safely, reduce the size of the prostate. One of these is a study in humans, the other in dogs. PEMF’s used on humans and canines, showed great results. Another study showed that PEMFs could possibly reduce the growth of prostate cancer cells.

Thousands of studies on PEMF therapy and how it works have shown that it can reduce inflammation as it oxygenates the tissues in the body. The electromagnetic fields have also been shown to increase blood flow, possibly preventing blockages in veins, arteries, and blood vessels. Additionally, PEMF’s have been shown to reduce swelling as the result of reducing inflammation in and around muscles, joints, and tissues. This lends credence to the studies on BHP in that the electromagnetic fields could reduce the swelling of the prostate.

PEMF therapies appear to be a promising approach to help manage a challenging health condition, BPH, very common in men, particularly as they get older. This is especially important given that the current alternative therapy tend to be more invasive with the risk of side effects and for which current medical management is not very helpful in the long run. It is quite likely that PEMF treatment will have to be long-term in order to achieve the best results. It also appears that higher intensity PEMFs are necessary to achieve the results found in the 2 studies cited above.  PEMF Therapy can be a great complimentary therapy    for anyone with BHP, and it is important to talk to your doctor about ALL of your options.


 The information about PEMF contained in these pages is not in any way intended to help you diagnose a medical condition, or to replace the advice and/or services of a physician or other health care professional.



Effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields on benign prostate hyperplasia. Giannakopoulos XK, Giotis C, Karkabounas SCh, Verginadis II, Simos YV, Peschos D, Evangelou AM. Int Urol Nephrol. 2011 Dec;43(4):955-60.

Effect of pulsed electromagnetic field therapy on prostate volume and vascularity in the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia: A pilot study in a canine model.  Leoci R, Aiudi G, Silvestre F, Lissner E, Lacalandra GM.  Prostate. 2014 Aug;74(11):1132-41.

Effect of pulsed electromagnetic field on inflammatory pathway markers in RAW 264.7 murine macrophages. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3617815/

Effect of pulsed electromagnetic field treatment on programmed resolution of inflammation pathway markers in human cells in culture.  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4346366/

Pulsed electromagnetic field with or without exercise therapy in the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia          https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5574357/

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PEMF Contraindications are:

  1. Pregnancy 

  2. Implanted electronic device (pacemakers, etc.)

  3. Epilepsy or seizure disorder

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