Welcome to AMRI-WA — the Advanced Magnetic Research Institute of Washington.
What is a Magnetic Molecular Energizer?
A Magnetic Molecular Energizer (MME) is closely related to a familiar medical diagnostic method known as Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).
In general terms, MME treatment is safe, painless, accelerates healing, is non-invasive, does not have the allergy or interaction problems of multi-prescription medicating and does not carry the risks of more aggressive treatment methods such as experimental drugs or surgery. The unique MME treatment is being actively researched, so the full extent and limitations of this treatment method are not known at this time.
MME offers hope for many diseases previously considered untreatable by conventional methods. It has thus far been successful with a wide variety of ailments such as spinal cord injury, brain injury, stroke impairment, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, congestive heart failure, and orthopedic conditions involving bone and joint repair (see what our patients say).
So far no treatment, including M.M.E., is 100% effective for all patients or all conditions. Occassionally we're all disappointed by less than complete success. But, even when partially effective, M.M.E. can still bring useful results and benefits.
Magnetic Molecular Energizer research is being conducted under the auspices of an Institutional Review Board (IRB) as outlined in FDA regulations. This IRB consists of five or more physicians or health professionals who determine specific protocols and review the records of all cases treated.
Since extensive toxicity studies have already been conducted, MME research can focus on responses or benefits to any array of diagnosed conditions. When significant numbers of cases in a given category of treatment have been accumulated, the collective information will be submitted to the FDA for approval of the MME as an effective treatment for that particular condition so that it can become available to everyone.
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