SafeZone-EM™ Research Initiatives:
Research into the effectiveness of the SafeZone is ongoing. We are currently studying its effects on brain waves using an advanced form of evoke-response EEG. Additional clinical and RCT studies are being planned to measure its influence on electrohypersensitivity (EHS), sleep, heart-rate variability and a number of neurological conditions. We are fortunate to have this research supervised by one of the leading scientists in the field of electromagnetic pollution, Dr. Magda Havas, Professor Emeritus, Trent University.
MatrixMag Published Research:
- Valbona C, Hazlewood CF, Jurida G, Response of Pain to Static Magnetic Fields in Postpolio Patients: A Double-Blind Randomized Clinical Trial. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Nov. 1997 .
- Zablotsky T, Pilla AA, Static Magnets Reduce Myofascial Trigger Point Pain, Department of Physical Therapy, Armstrong Atlantic State University, Savannah, GA, Presented at the 26th Annual Meeting of the Bioelectromagnetics Society (BEMS) in Washington, DC, June 21, 2004 .
- Brown CS, Ling FW, Wan JY, Pilla AA, A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial using a low-frequency magnetic field in the treatment of musculoskeletal chronic pain, Pain Res Manag. 2007 Winter; 12(4): 249–258. Authors: Thomas AW, Graham K, Prato FS, et al.
- Mayrovitz H, et al, Effects of a Concentric Rare-Earth Magnet on Menstrual Cycle Pain: A Parallel Group Randomized Pilot Study, Department of Medical Education, Nova Southeastern University, The Cureus Journal of Medical Science, January 20, 2021.