For Health Care Providers

Health care providers around the world are already treating patients for wireless radiation illnesses. See the following for professional training opportunities, training for your patients, and resources to share. See also the page on EHS.

Health Care Professional CMEs
  • The first large-scale U.S. EMF Conference was held in California in September 2019 with 15 Level 1 continuing medical education (CME) credits offered. Conference videos are available on-line for $295; the evening panel discussions and Q&A sessions are complimentary and available to all:

    https://emfconference.com/
Professional Resources

See the following resources to help understand the science, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and prevention protocols:
  • The U.S.-based Physicians for Safe Technology:
  • The internationally-based Physicians' Health Initiative for Radiation and Environment (PHIRE):
http://phiremedical.org/

Training Patients and Staff
  • Oftentimes when one is diagnosed with microwave sicknesses, it can be difficult to understand and even harder to explain to loved ones and colleagues. 

    The non-profit Wireless Education would like to help. Experts have distilled the science, risks, what other countries are doing to protect their public, and medically recommended best practices for safer technology. They have put these into easy to learn courses that can be completed on-line in about a half-hour.

    The courses quickly level-set with the facts. It will take the burden off of patients to have to convince loved ones and colleagues their health issue really exists; once everyone receives basic training, they can then begin the conversation on how to transition to safe technology:

    These courses are also good to train non-clinical office staff on wireless radiation risks.

    Bulk rates are available to train entire schools and workplaces.

Printable Resources for Your Office

You are welcome to send the following resources to your preferred print shop so you have materials on hand to give to your patients:

Note: The information provided here is publicly available on the Internet.  
It is intended to provide a starting point to inform you of EMF dangers.  
Please do your own research, draw your own conclusions, and act accordingly to protect those you love.