In this Bemer Mat Review, we will be comparing the Bemer therapy mat to our Top Rated PEMF Mats.
My findings have shown that while Bemers PEMF stats are good. There were other areas that were lacking compared to some of the top-rated mats including the Healthy Wave Multi-Wave PEMF Mat. Some of these include the customization of its PEMF Therapy, its business structure, and its high price tag.
You will learn what to look for in a high-quality PEMF mat, the exact statistics behind Bemer therapy as well as a personal test done by me to see how it fared against the best PEMF mats. Interested? Well, let’s continue!
The Bemer therapy mat have been one the big names in the pulsed electromagnetic field industry since the 1990’s. There has been a long line of development in Bemer technology. If Bemer 3000 is one of the biggest names in the Pulsed Electromagnetic Field industry surely it is the top one for physical vascular therapy? In one word no. The Multi Wave Mat and it’s PEMF Capabilities have overtaken Bemer`s quality of PEMF.
While Bemer and physical Bemer vascular therapy have long been the benchmark in the industry, other companies have advanced their PEMF technology to become more flexible to better serve the individuals using it. In this guide we will directly compare the Bemer Professional to the top PEMF mats that WE have tested and reviewed.
What Does a Bemer Mat Do?
The Bemer models are made for people who want to maintain their good health and immune system. It can also be used to help aid themselves in fixing an existing condition or disease that an individual already has. It can also be used for performance enhancement.
It does this by providing multiple PEMF bursts to stimulate your cells. These bursts are done 33 times per second through each 20-minute session.
The main goal is to increase blood flow in their body’s microcirculation. The Process of Microcirculation is when blood successfully transports nutrients and oxygen from your smallest blood vessels to your organ tissues. It also helps with detoxification of the blood stream.
Oftentimes certain diseases or long periods of inactivity due to lifestyle can affect microcirculation and blood flow due to free radicals and inactivity. This can have consequences on your long-term health.
Microcirculation is a big part of Bemers marketing platform. While I will not go into if this is true or not I will say that there are a wide array of PEMF Devices that can aid in microcirculation.
Because of the name and business structure, this therapy mat doesn’t come particularly cheap. In Canada, a new Professional Set will cost you $5990 and a new classic set will cost $4290. In the United States they have since done a bit of a rebranding of their products.
They are now called the Home Edition, Go Edition and the Office Edition. The Home Edition is the most expensive at the regular price of $5900 (currently discounted to $4900).
The Cheaper Go Edition goes for $5120 (currently discounted to $4850).
The Office Edition is yet to launch and has a (Coming Soon) on the Bemer shop.
In our comparison chart, we identify that the Bemer is still one of the most expensive PEMF Mats. When looking at our comparison chart you will notice that it actually has LESS PEMF settings and configurations compared to the #1 Rated Multi-Wave Mat.
We go more into this in our PEMF Comparisons below. If you are set on getting a Bemer therapy mat we recommend either going directly through Bemer or going to Ebay to get a Pre-Owned Mat for a less expensive price tag.
About the Bemer Company
Bemer has long been the giant in the PEMF industry and it’s name is often synonymous with PEMF. The mat is made by Bemer Group. The company has an MLM style business structure. MLM stands for Multi-Level Marketing.
This is where the company uses direct sales strategies to encourage existing distributors to recruit new distributors offering a certain percentage for each successful recruitment that the individual has made.
This in turn greatly inflates the price because of these obligations the Bemer group has to make. Other popular MLM companies you may have heard include Herbalife, Mary Kay and Amway.
This is not to say that they are scamming people or that it is a terrible product. A lot of people who purchase these mats are very happy with them and see improvements in their conditions.
All that we are stating is if you are looking for the leading PEMF Mat look for something that gives you the most bang for your buck. More on this below.
Where The Bemer Mat Rates
PEMF Stats: In PEMF Stats Bemer therapy tied for second at 80% which is a decent score. Where it lacked against the Top Rated PEMF Mat is the flexibility of electromagnetic energy regulation.
Healthy Wave Multi Wave Mat:
- Frequency: 1-25 Hertz
- Wave Type: Square and Sine Wave
- Intensity: up to 3 Gauss (Settings at 10%, 25%, 50%, 75% and 100%)
- Pulse Duration (Drop off): Medium, Fast or Ultra Fast
- Pre Programs: 10 20 minute programs 2 one hour program
- Custom Programming: 313 Billion Combinations to choose from above.
The Bemer Home Mat (Bemer 3000 Mat as the older model)
- Frequency: Bemer has 2 Frequency Settings at 10 and 33 Hertz
- Wave Type: Bemer Signal
- Intensity: 10 Settings to .350 Gauss
- Pulse Duration: 1
- Pre Programs: 3
- Custom Programming: 9 Available Slots where you can control the Intensity levels over a 20 minute window.
With the Bemer Home Edition (Formerly known as Pro) set you get 3 set programs and 9 custom set programs where you can choose between 1 to 10 intensities over a 20 minute span. With the Multi Wave you get to choose not just your intensity but also the wave form, Pulse Duration, as well as 25 Frequency settings. (1)
As you can see there are far more combinations of Pre-programmed and custom PEMF combinations with the new Multi-wave. OUR PEMF beliefs on this site is that each person’s body is different and one individual’s PEMF needs will be unrelated to another’s.
Imagine giving the same medical treatment to an 80 year old woman as you would an olympic athlete! Everyone’s body is different and this is no different for PEMF Therapy.
To find what is ideal for your body you need a starting point. We go into this further in our Multi-Wave mat review.
Healing Properties: The Bemer Home Edition features 2 (PEMF Therapy and Photon Light Therapy from B Spot and B.Light). In the PEMF space very little is made of other available therapies. But the reality of the situation is the more therapeutic properties there are the more benefits you receive from the mat.
Properties such as Far Infrared heat Therapy, Negative Ion Therapy, Crystal Therapy and Red Light Therapy can all work together to provide you and your body with complete cellular regeneration which provides HUGE benefits to your well being. More on this on our top PEMF mats page.
Warranty: Bemer has a 30-day money-back guarantee but only through the company website and not any local distributors. They also feature a 3 year warranty with the exception of the B. Box and the B. Light. Those parts only have a 6-month warranty which is significant because they are the most expensive parts.
What’s the point of the warranty if it doesn’t cover the most complicated part?
Compared to the Multi-Wave the main warranty is actually one year longer but the controller warranty (B. Box) is significantly shorter. The Multi-Wave features a 5 year warranty on the controller versus the 6 month warranty on the Bemer Home Edition.
Starting price: This is the Category where Bemer loses a good amount of its points due to it’s MLM structure.
The Bemer Home Edition has the highest price out of any of the P.E.M.F. Mats at $5990 (Currently $4990). You compare that to what you get with the Multi-Wave mat’s $2499 price tag and the Bemer mat pales in comparison.
The Multi-Wave not only gives you MORE pre-programmed and custom programmed pulsed electromagnetic field settings but it also provides 3 additional therapies and as well as a better warranty on the controller. The Controller is usually the part that gets replaced the most.
Bemer Therapy PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field) Therapy
This mat uses the famous Bemer Signal to carry out its PEMF. Below are the stats that are associated with it.
Frequency Stats and Comparison Claims
Bemers electromagnetic energy regulation does have a limited scope compared to newer PEMF devices out there these days. For one it has 2 Frequency settings10 and 33 Hertz. This is a limiting scope that does not leave a lot of room for customization compared to mats that have 25-30 different frequencies programmed.
An example of this is the Schumann Frequency. Which is the earth’s magnetic field that runs within a low frequency of 7.83 Hertz. It is our preferred Frequency for the human body.
This is because our body has evolved around this frequency for thousands of years. With the settings the Bemer mat currently has you would not be able to stay within this low frequency scope.
Intensity Stats and Comparison
The Bemer device has a 10 setting intensity range from .035 to .35 Gauss. On the spectrum of intensity, the Bemer therapy range is actually on the lower end of the spectrum compared to its competitors. The Multi-Wave gives you a maximum of 3 Gauss and a lower end of .3 gauss as the minimum.
The Bemer Therapy Signal is a series of half wave-shaped sine waves that build up to make it into one bigger type of sawtooth looking waveform.
The intensity of this wave starts off slow but then builds momentum to a bigger drop off rate towards the end. The signal is one of their big pitches when marketing their PEMF devices.
There has been much that is made about the Signal claims and how it is superior to a lot of other waves.
Research suggests that pulsed electromagnetic field therapy is effective throughout a wide scope for intensities and frequencies.There is NOT a “Best PEMF Waveform” according to these 10 Pubmed research studies that support this.
Positive Results of PEMF Research Studies Beyond Bemers Frequency and Intensity
- PEMF and inflammation pathway markers in human cells (.019 Gauss, 1000 Hz) (1)
- PEMF and Modulation of Osteogenesis in Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells (.9 Gauss, 7.5 Hz) (2)
- Effects of PEMF on pain ratings in rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia patients (2 Guass, 1000 Hz) (3)
- PEMF on the proliferation and invasion of human breast cancer cells (3 Gauss, 2 Hz) (4)
- PEMF on osteogenesis and osseointegration of porous titanium implants in bone defect repair (20 Gauss, 15 Hz) (5)
- PEMF on Changes in cell death of peripheral blood lymphocytes isolated from children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (300 Gauss, 7 Hz) (6)
- PEMF on on Breast Cancer Cell Line MCF 7 Using Absorption Spectroscopy (3300000 Hertz) (7)
- PEMF for the treatment of chronic postoperative pain following lumbar surgery (27120000 Hz) (8)
- PEMF in oncology (1000 Gauss, 1 Hz) (9)
- PEMF on cancer cells and human lymphocytes (350 Gauss, 50 Hz) (10)
These research studies primary outcomes give and supportpositive results for their given study from a wide range of wavelength intensities and forms. Making the whole supreme PEMF wave discussion NULL.
Instead, we feel it is ideal to get a PEMF device that can giveYOU a wide range of pulse durations, frequencies, and intensities.
This not only gives you more selection, but it also allows you to build your own PEMF program that is right for you and your body. This custom programmability can be found in the new Multi-Wave Mat.
We have further support on this below done by the research of Dr. Thomas Torossian.
Furthermore, the Pubmed studies that the Group participated in did not even specify the specific “Bemer Wave” as the wave form that was actually used (1) .
This means that they most likely used the Sinusoidal (or sine) wave variation that many PEMF devices feature. I state this because the Sine wavemimics the waveform of electricity coming from an electrical outlet. If a study does not state the exact waveform it will most likely be a sine wave.
Pulse Duration/ Drop off Rate:
The drop off rate is one of the least talked about topics within the pulsed electromagnetic field community. But it is one of the most important that NEEDS to be talked about.
The Pulse Duration refers to the rise and fall of the wavelength pulse. This rise and fall determine the pulse duration.
Bemer therapy only has one Pulse duration from its Patented Bemer wave which features the mini pulses within the one wave. The Multi-Wave has three different drop off rates available which are medium, fast and ultra-fast. This gives you more flexibility in regards to magnetic polarity of how intense you want these pulses to be.
PEMF Therapy Customization:
In the scope of PEMF customization, this mat just has pre-programs that you can choose. Which leaves you little room for experimenting what combinations work for YOU and your body.
The programs within Bemers system are more of a one size fits all type of PEMF instead of a therapy that is custom-tailored to you and your conditions/ uses.
While we have long liked our PEMF within the Schumann resonance field. Different health problems/ conditions REQUIRE different levels of PEMF. Below is a Frequency chart done by the research from Dr. Thomas Torossian that shows what PEMF Frequencies are ideal for certain conditions.
Pulsed Electomagnetic Field – Infratonic Frequency Chart
|Acne, Eczema, Neurodermatitis, Psoraiasis||Whole Body|
|Art.Nen. Circulatory Disturbances||Whole Body|
|Arthrosis (Degenerative Rheumatism)||Local|
|Asthma & Spastic Bronchitis||Local, Whole Body|
|Bone Breaks & other Sports Injuries||Local|
|Cervical Vertebra Pain||Local|
|Climacteric Troubles (Menopause)||Whole Body|
|Dorsal Vetebra Pain||Local|
|Dystonia Neurovegetativa||Whole Body|
|Headaches & Migraines||Whole Body|
|High Blood Pressure||Whole Body|
|Hip, Knee & Ankle – Joint Pain||Local|
|Immune System Enhancement||Whole Body|
|Low Blood Pressure||Whole Body|
|Lymph Circulatory Disturbances||Whole Body|
|Menstrual Problems||Local, Whole Body|
|Muscle Spasms & Nerve Inflammation||Local|
|Neck & Shoulder Pain||Local|
|Neuralgia Trigemini||Local, Whole Body|
|Osteoporosis||Local, Whole Body|
|Phantom Limb Pain||Local|
|Psychosomatic Syndrome||Whole Body|
|Rheumatic Inflammation of Joints & Muscles||Local, Whole Body|
|Sensitivity to Weather Changes||Whole Body|
|Skin Allergies, Decubitus, Ulcus Cruris & Wound Healing||Local, Whole Body|
|Sleep Disorders||Whole Body|
|Stomach Aches||Whole Body|
|Swelling (Edema – Various Causes)||Whole Body|
Done by Dr Thomas Torossian
As you can see many of these conditions require Hertz that are NOT WITHIN the scope of the Bemer mats frequency which is 10 Hertz and 33 Hertz.
My Personal Bemer 3000 Mat Review
In the Multi-Wave Personal Review section, I talked about how I injured my back. Before I tried the Multi-Wave I gave the 3000 model a try for my chronic low back pain.
I did a 7-day test between 1st, the Older 3000 mat, and then the Multi-Wave. I did this to see which was more efficient at soothing my chronic lower back pain.
I did some research beforehand to see how Bemer magnetic field therapy compares to the Multi Wave’s PEMF, which you can see at the beginning of this review.
As stated above I researched the stats beforehand and discovered how it’s a lower intensity mat compared to other PEMF mats including the Multi Wave.
As we’ve stated throughout most of this site, there is NO “best PEMF” but rather the PEMF that is best suited to your body. So the findings I put in here were my experience. This is not to say that you will have the exact same experience as me when you try out a therapy session.
I did two separate trials with this mat each day for 7 days to test out their beneficial effects.
One specifically with just the mat for my back pain, and another for the intensive applicator attachment that comes with the 3000 mat.
The applicator was tested on my right bicep which I had slightly strained after pushing a bit too hard in the gym. The applicator is used for targeted areas like your knee, bicep, wrist, or any other ligament that may need special attention.
The first few days I did not feel a huge amount of difference with my lower back pain. This could be a few reasons.
It’s lower intensity or the fact that some individuals take some time for their bodies to respond to lower intensity PEMF. Regardless of my lower back pain persisted, until about day 5 where I could start to feel some relief, but the pain still persisted. On the other hand, when I tested out the Multi-Wave my back pain was relieved much quicker.
First off the Multi-Wave mat had a wider range of frequencies (1-25 instead of 10 and 33 Hertz provided by Bemer). As well as 3 pulse durations vs the Bemers specifically made pulse duration.
In PEMF one of the most important factors isn’t the waveform, but rather the drop of the pulse duration(or drop off rate).
In this scenario, the Multi-Wave gave me more options to take CONTROL of my PEMF because it had the medium, fast or ultra-fast settings that control how steep the waveform drops and rises per second.
I also felt that the far-infrared heat from the Multi-Wave helped soothed my lower back which relaxed the tight muscles. This addition to the Far infrared heat gave me 2 additional therapies (crystal, and negative ions) that were added on top of the PEMF Therapy.
I did, however, find a more positive result with the applicator. Because of the more concentrated PEMF and the higher intensity levels that are given off by the applicator. So with that respect, I did feel that it made a bigger difference to my bicep in comparison to my strained lower back.
Having said that, I felt the stronger intensity of the Multi-Wave would have also done the trick for this, but because it was a more temporary injury I couldn’t necessarily test this properly.
What I liked
- I actually was more impressed with the targeted PEMF that the Applicator provided
- The Controller was easy to use and the instructions provided were easy to follow and understand.
- I feel like this mat is ideal for maintaining health.
What I didn’t like
- I felt that the variety of PEMF was lacking. When I put it to the test I found the Multi-Wave helped with my back pain relief quicker. I really felt that the far-infrared heat of the Multi-Wave helped with microcirculation because it was increasing blood flow to the affected area.
- There is not a tone of cushion on this particular 3000 mat, but this is because it is an older model.
- While the controller was easy to use it was pretty basic in terms of options available.
Bemer Editions and Sets
Below are direct side by side comparisons of the products that Bemer has made over the years. Bemer made a comparison between their products here:
The Bemer Home Edition (New)
- B.Box Professional Control Unit
- B.Spot Applicator
- B.Body Applicator
- B.Pad Applicator
- Fixing Strap
- Power Supply Cord
- Wall Mount
- Foot Protector
- Rechargeable battery
- Car Adapter
Cost – $5900 $4990.00
The Bemer Home-Edition is essentially the up to date version of the Bemer Pro Set. The main difference being that it comes with the branded backpack.
The Bemer Go Edition (New)
- B.Box Professional Control Unit
- B.Pad Applicator
- B.Spot Applicator
- Rechargeable Battery
- Fixing Strap
- Power Supply Cord
- Car Adapter
- Custom Backpack
Cost – $5120 $4850
The main thing you may notice missing here is the Mat! Instead, you get the B Pad, which is like a belt you put around your abdomen. No need for an electrical outlet with this device. It comes with a rechargeable battery that allows you to use it’s therapy while on the move.
The Bemer Office Edition (Coming Soon)
- B.BOX Professional
- B.SCAN scan module
- B.GRIP with Fixing Strap
- Power Supply
- Office Edition Bag
Cost -Not Out Yet
This version has not come out yet but instead of a mat or a B Pad applicator you get the B sit. All the PEMF goes through the B sit as you sit at your chair working away. This version has not been released yet but we will have more details when it’s out.
The Bemer Pro Set:
- B.BOX Professional
- B.BODY Proic
- B.LIGHT incl. Protective Goggles
- Foot Protection
- Car Power Cable
- B SPOT incl. Fixing Strap & B.GRIP
- Wall Mount
Specifications: 23.6” W x 70.8” L
Cost– $5,990.00 USD
This is the most complete Bemer package that offers a slight price discount on on getting the complete package as opposed to buying each part separately. This package comes with four applicators, the B Body Pro, the B Pad, the B Light and the B Scan.
The Bemer Classic Set:
- Box Classic
- Body Classic
- Spot Applicator
- Grip Handle
- B. Scan
Specifications: 23.6” W x 70.8” L
Cost – $4,290.00 USD
The Classic has less add-ons then the pro and is for people who do not need the extra applications. This package is mostly focused on the whole body. Still the Bemer Classic gives you to the option to add these applicators in the future.
The Bemer 3000 Set:
- Control Unit
- 3000 Mat
- Intensive Applicator
- Travel Bag
Specifications: 23.6” W x 70.8” L
Cost – Depends Where You Buy it and if it’s used or in new packaging.
The Bemer 3000 is the retro mat that started it all for Bemer. While the main Bemer company no longer sells this version of the mat you can find these mats on markets like Craigslist, Ebay etc. While the mat is older, the PEMF settings have not changed signifcantly over the years.
so you may be asking: “whats the difference between the Classic, Bemer Pro set and the 3000 Set?” The two main differences between the two packages are the applicators and the controllers and the Display functions on the B. Box (Controller).
The Bemer Pro set Includes the B. Light and B Pad. the B. Pad is a bit like a wearable belt that you can use while you are in a chair that can provide targeted pulsed electromagnetic field relief to areas such as your back and waist. The B. Light is a device that provides red light field therapy to targeted areas of the body.
The second difference is the display of the B. BOX controller. The Bemer Pro set B.Box features Multi-Touch display and appears to have more customizability including having an edit mode and 2-1 functionality. This 2 -1 Functionality allows you to run two applicators from the B.Box instead of just the one.
The Bemer therapy is controlled by the B. Box Professional which allows you to use 3 pre-defined programs, 10 intensity levels and a sleep program. It also features two ports so that two people at a time can use this controller.
It has a 5 inch LED touch screen that shows the controls and display readings. I will say the controller is nice but it may get some getting used to.
The thing with these touch screen LED controllers is that they can be a bit complicated to set up for first timers because you have to go through settings. Rather than twisting some knobs or pushing a button or two on other devices.
Keep this in mind as well when shopping. Keep in mind the older Bemer 3000 has a different style of controller as well.
- 3 Pre – Defined Programs: These programs allow you to get started with the 3 most common application cases so you can choose the desired intensity level.
- 10 Intensity Levels: You can choose which level you want according to what your requirements and comfort levels are.
Sleep-Program: This program allows you to get PEMF therapy while you sleep. It has a signal specifically designed for sleeping periods and has a built-in alarm that makes sure you wake up in time.
The following are common questions used by prospective buyers.
Where is the Best Place to Get a Bemer mat?
The best place would be to go to The Bemer Website, go to one of the listed sites for your country and order from there. For Pre-Owned Bemer mats I would recommend going through Ebay. Although the Bemer warranty will not apply.
Is Bemer FDA Registered?
To start off with, these mats are FDA certified . So to answer the question, yes it is, but it is a Class I certification. Here is an explanation on how devices get FDA Approval. Below are the following definitions.
Does Bemer Therapy Work?
In short.. Yes it does. There are a lot of people who are happy with how the mat has transformed their lives. As we explain below though, we believe there are better alternatives out there.
Is Bemer a Pyramid Scheme?
No, it is not. The Company runs on a Multi-Level Marketing business platform which is perfectly legal.
Consumer Protection defines MLM (Multi-Level Marketing) as a strategy that is “used to promote the maximum number of distributors for the product and increase its sales force by means of commission paid to individuals and recruitments they make”.
A Pyramid Scheme is defined as “a Fraudulent scheme disguised as an MLM company. The difference between a pyramid scheme and a lawful MLM program is that there is no real product that is sold in a pyramid scheme”. This is not the case for Bemer because it has a real product.
Certification and Classes
In March of 2020 it appeared as though Bemer was on the FDA’s Import Alert List. However, it appears that it has since been taken off of that list.
FDA Class 1 510(K): This is the standard certification of most of these mats which requires these mats to be briefly reviewed and deemed safe to the general public. This is usually the starting point I look for because it is going through stringent U.S.A criteria.
CE Certification: CE stands for “European Conformity” which means it is deemed safe for use in Europe. Bemer also complies with ISO 13485 which is a category for medical devices.
MDC Certification: This is a certification done by the MDC by an independent review company that specializes in the medical field to check to see if devices are safe. If they are deemed safe they get MDC Certification. It is also deemed noting that companies have to pay to get the MDC to review it.
Bemer certainly put a lot of money into their research and a lot of it is coming from reputable sources which is a big plus.
There are lots of review sites out there that argue the authenticity of all of this and they hit back at them by making an informative brochure. We are not here to say whether all of this is true or not true as you can make that informed decision for yourself.
Warranty and Guarantees
Things get a little bit more technical in terms of warranty and guarantee because of Bemer’s MLM structure. It features a 30 day money-back guarantee on its Go, Home, Classic and Bemer Pro Set products but only if they have been purchased through the Bemer group and its sites. Some of the stipulations include:
- Return Request Must be made within 30 days
- Product has to be in original packaging
- Addition accessories must be included in the package
- Copy of the Invoice
- You must pay the Shipping back
- You get charged a 10% restocking fee
The MLM distributors that Bemer has may not receive the same 30 day money back-guarantee. The group has many distributors throughout different countries.
If you are buying through one of their local MLMs check the warranty and terms and conditions of their products.
I have heard of more than a few cases of people getting burned on this. Because they thought they were dealing with the Bemer Group directly. When in fact the MLM distributors had their own terms and conditions which were much less favorable.
If you are set on getting a brand new product it is important to make sure you are buying from the Bemer Group or Ebay if you go the pre-owned 3000 route.
In terms of warranty products purchased through Bemer. You get a strong 3 year-warranty (4) for most of the products EXCEPT for the B. Box and B. Light which only features a 6 month warranty.
This should be noted because the controllers are the most expensive parts of the machine. The Best PEMF Mat has a warranty of 5 Years on their controllers in comparison.
The Bottom Line
While the Bemer device did score a respectable rating with PEMF Therapy, it was not the best. Where it really lost points was the cost of its mat and what you got for it. We found out that this mat’s high price tag was due to the fact that it runs an MLM business Model.
After testing the Bemer 3000 mat out myself for 7 days I did feel some effects positive from the mat but was left wanting more. I found that the higher intensity from the applicator made a more immediate impact to feeling less discomfort.
All in all the Bemer therapy mat is a decent PEMF Mat but I personally preferred the Multi-Wave mat because it has a wider frequency, intensity, and pulse duration range. It also featured more wave types and I personally found that the crystal layers helped work with the PEMF to soothe the aches and pains of my back.
If you are interested in the Bemer therapy devices you can go to the Official Store or buy used on Ebay.
4 thoughts on “Bemer Mat Review”
Hi there! Such a nice write-up, thanks!
Still, looking for as many studies up on pubmed like bemer. I just can’t find them!
What are your thoughts on the Sedona Plus?
I will have to do some research on it, but essentially my preferences on PEMF Therapy can be see here.