Amputation Prevented - Diabetic Foot

Amputation of foot prevented with BEMER therapy by significantly increasing blood circulation

Before BEMER therapy

After BEMER therapy

The patient, whose feet are shown above, was scheduled for a foot amputation due to very poor blood circulation, as a result of his condition: diabetes. It was required that the middle toe was to be amputated because the damage was irrecoverable.

Due to the entire foot lacking a healthy blood circulation, the cardiologist was scheduled to amputate the foot just above the ankle, where the blood circulation was healthier.

The patient was treated with BEMER therapy 3 times per day for 8 minutes at a time. His blood circulation increased significantly, preventing the foot amputation.