Bemer is an abbreviation for bio-electromagnetic energy regulation. Bemer therapy uses a low-frequency, pulsed electromagnetic pattern to increase circulation in small blood vessels throughout the body (microcirculation). This increase in functional blood flow allows for a greater supply of oxygen and nutrients to cells and tissue, which may have a variety of applications, particularly involving pain and recovery related to sports injuries, training, and rehabilitation.
Bemer therapy may also act as a noninvasive cancer treatment. Studies have found that electromagnetic treatments like Bemer therapy inhibited cancer cell proliferation and induced cancer cell death, ultimately reducing tumor growth. Studies also suggest that Bemer treatment may cause sensitivity in cancer cells that are exposed to radiation therapy.