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Dr. Don Nixdorf explains how how animal and human amputees are more affected by EMFs and what we can do to help reduce and minimize the side effects of exposure.
Guests: Dr. Don Nixdorf
Date: Sunday March 20, 2016
Time: 6:00 PM Eastern (3:00 Pacific)
Duration: 30 min.
Human and animals amputees are often adversely affected by EMFs (Electro Magnetic Frequencies) in our environment. On this episode we’ll learn why and how amputees are more affected by EMFs and what we can do to help reduce and minimize the side effects of exposure. Our guest to explain it all will be Dr. Don Nixdorf, DC, Executive Director of the British Columbia Chiropractic Association and Board of Advisors member for Farabloc Development Corporation, producers of “Farabloc ,” a clinically-proven, 30-year old holistic medical aid that reduces exposure to high frequency electro magnetic fields, which helps to alleviate chronic pain and sports injuries in people as well as pets.
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Dr. Nixdorf has provided the following links for further reading about EMFs and their affect on phantom limb pain…
Here are several links for listeners and web that I can speak to in addition to pdf’s persons can download.
Research on EMF and recovery in the absence of High EMF: http://www.fara…..m/research.
Video explanation: http://dnixdorf…..loc-works/
World Health Organization (WHO): http://www.who……tisEMF/en/
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers: http://standard…..1-2005.pdf
University of Texas, Dallas: http://www.oand…..-05_04.asp