KEY SCIENTIFIC PAPERS

Empowered by Research

Ambient and supplemental magnetic fields promote myogenesis via a TRPC1-mitochondrial axis: evidence of a magnetic mitohormetic mechanism

Yap et al. 2019

Our first study to describe Magnetic Mitohormesis.

1. Enhanced muscle regeneration

2. Enhanced mitochondria number

3. Improved mitochondrial function

4. Enhanced mitochondrial survival adaptations

Enhancement of mesenchymal stem cell chondrogenesis with short-term low intensity pulsed electromagnetic fields

Parate et al. 2017

Showed that our Magnetic Mitohormesis field protocol can also be used to promote stem cell-based cartilage formation.

Magnetic fields modulate metabolism and gut microbiome in correlation with Pgc‐1α expression: Follow‐up to an in vitro magnetic mitohormetic study

Tai et al. 2020

Our first study to show that Magnetic Mitohormesis accentuates and recapitulates the effects of exercise.


1. Enhanced exercise performance
2. Enhanced fat burning
3. Improved insulin-sensitivity
4. Improved microbiome function
5. Increases lean muscle mass
6. Enhanced myokine release

Pulsed electromagnetic fields potentiate the paracrine function of mesenchymal stem cells for cartilage regeneration

Parate et al. 2020

Showed that our Magnetic Mitohormesis field protocol also promotes the release of regenerative factors from stem cells to promote cartilage formation from stem cells.

 
CLINICAL STUDIES

Optimise Treatment

Pilot studies were conducted from 2015 to 2017 at National University of Singapore, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, Department of Surgery.

BIXEPS fields were shown to speed up recovery and increase muscle metabolism. The treated group also saw elevated levels of muscle and bone regeneration myokines.

Ongoing local and international clinical trials continue to optimise treatment across applications, such as rehabilitation, diabetes and frailty.

 
COMMUNITY STUDIES

Benefit our Elders

More than 100 elderly have benefited from BIXEPS to date.

 

They experienced strength and endurance gains, and regained motor functions they have lost due to injury.