Recharging the body’s batteries

A local distributor thinks a little electro magnetic pulsing is the answer to stress. Eagle i contributor Denise Clarke reports

The machine is about the size of a suitcase. Submitted photo

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The machine is about the size of a suitcase. Submitted photo

I recently revisited the community of Isles of Capri to see for myself the P.E.R. 2000 Home Energy Unit that was delivered two weeks ago to Alfred Luckerbauer.

I met Alfred, president of Discount Marketing Corp, three years ago while doing a story on local Marco Island Marine Surveyor John Campbell as he surveyed Alfred’s boat.

Alfred, who is now called Doctor Energizer, has known of this PEMF (pulsed electro-magnetic field) technology for over five years. It’s from Europe, where there is a long history of research and clinical trials.

Manufactured by Pulsed Energy Technologies in California, the machine is designed to restore the naturally occurring energy found in the body.

It is a non-invasive and simple-to-use way to replenish, rejuvenate and recharge the “body’s batteries.”

The energy pulsing process replicates the body’s natural electrical signals and helps to restore vital energy and vigor.

Users say they can feel the energy go right to the place where it is needed most.

Doctor Energizer said several of the world’s top athletes use the device to improve their athletic performances. Shaquille O’Neal has one, and pulses before every game.

The unit was used by the Arizona Cardinals throughout their successful 2008 football season and this same unit has been used by some of the top horse trainers for their thoroughbred racehorses.

Albertus Maximus was pulsed prior to his upset victory at the Breeders Cup as well as his big win Feb. 1, 2009 at Gulfstream’s $500,000 Donn Handicap.

Everyone can use extra energy to attain peak performance. The pulser has even been used with astonishing results in the field of agriculture.

Seeds pulsed prior to planting actually seemed to grow quicker, larger and bear more produce.

Most anyone can use the machine, although the company excludes anyone who is under 18, pregnant, has a pacemaker or other electrical implant.

No negative side effects been reported.

Of course, if you have low blood pressure, or any other preexisting condition, you should consult your physician before using any product.

About the size of a suitcase, the machine is lightweight, portable, durable and easy to operate. It is perfect for the “at home” user, spa or fitness center.

Alfred said several chiropractors are also beginning to show interest.

Doctor Energizer says “call me crazy, but this could revolutionize the way we look at how we keep our bodies in peak condition.”

Just think of the possibilities if we could all stay healthy, happy and energized without the use of pills or surgery.

For more information, visit, or call him at 1-888-476-9256.

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