Institute for Microcirculation (Berlin)

Microcirculation –
the focus of research

Author: Dr. Rainer Klopp
Mediquant Verlag AG, FL-Triesen
ISBN no. 978-3-033-01464-0
580 pages

A third of the book focuses on the BEMER and its effects on microcirculation. It has been accepted as a standard textbook at some medical schools in Europe



Dr. Rainer Klopp is Head of the Berlin Institute for Microcirculation and one of the leading figures in this area of medical research. His reference book provides interested readers with an overview of microcirculation while providing a fascinating insight into his research work, for which he has received multiple scientific awards. Numerous tables, graphics and examination findings illustrate the topi. The comprehensive image material of vital microscopic findings turns the reader into a witness of microcirculatory phenomena never before documented in this manner.


Dr. med Rainer Klopp, (German title for a medical doctor) born in 1943, studied at the Humboldt University of Berlin, as a medical specialist. After research work in physics and biophysics, he worked as the head physician at the Charité Institute in the area of clinical pathophysiology and later worked at the Institute for Cardiovascular Diagnostics.

In 1992, while at Charité Institute, Dr. Klopp founded the Independent Institute of Microcirculation in Berlin. It has cooperative relationships with several universities and research centers in Germany and abroad. To date Dr. Klopp has written more than 100 original scientific papers, contributions to medical journals, textbooks and holds several patents.


The significance of blood microcirculation for optimum health and how BEMER influences blood parameters in the body


What is Microcirculation

The intricate network of the smallest blood vessels, known as the microcirculation, is the most important part of the human circulatory system, and optimum microcirculation is essential for optimum health. Blood is the universal means of transport in the body, and it performs vital functions: it supplies the tissue and organs with oxygen and nutrients, disposes of metabolic end products, boosts the immune system, and regulates the exchange of vital information via hormones and messenger substances.

Optimum microcirculation is essential for optimum health

Proper functioning of the circulation is an essential basis for vitality, performance, health and a general feeling of well-being. It is only under these circumstances that sufficient input of nutrients and oxygen as well as disposing of toxins and metabolic by-products can be guaranteed. Around 74% of this circulation takes place in the area of the smallest vessels: in the microcirculation.

The performance and functionality of the muscles, joints, organs, glands, the immune system, etc. all depend on the optimum circulation of blood. The circulation through the lungs determines whether the blood of an organism is sufficiently supplied with vital oxygen. Even medication, as administered in conventional therapies, is absorbed by the blood and distributed by the blood throughout the body. A restricted or impaired microcirculation is a significant principal cause of the development of disease and illness, the deterioration of bone and organ function, premature aging and decreased performance.

Factors that negatively impact microcirculation

The effectiveness of microcirculation reduces with age. This is a natural process, which is however accelerated in many individuals by harmful environmental influences, poor habits and an unhealthy lifestyle. Air pollution, environmental toxins, noise, stress, aggression, depression, lack of sleep and movement, unhealthy or imbalanced diet, nicotine, alcohol or drugs can have an extremely negative influence on microcirculation.

The consequences: weakening of the immune system, increased susceptibility to infections, faster aging of cells, diminished resistance to free radicals, reduced performance, diseases, disorders, and impaired healing in the case of illness and injury.

BEMERs influence on microcirculation

The core of BEMER technology is a multi-dimensional signal structure, which effectively stimulates restricted or defective microcirculation. Consequently, it supports one of the most important regulation mechanisms in the human body for prevention, healing, recovery and regenerative processes.

The Microcirculation Institute in Berlin, where scientific studies are conducted on BEMER, maintain that there is no other technology/pharmaceutical that positively influences microcirculation so effectively in such a short time, with no side effects, as BEMER. BEMER generally has a positive effect on the treatment of diseases of any kind because without sufficient circulation, healing cannot occur. BEMER application supports the self‐regulation, the performance, and the self‐healing abilities of the body. Simultaneously, BEMER increases the effectiveness of other therapies applied to the body - both conventional and complementary - as the body is put in the best possible state for self-healing.

BEMER achieves its effects through pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (PEMFT). The signal, the crucial “active component” of PEMF, determines the effects of the various technologies. The BEMER signal is the only impulse whose effects are scientifically proven to be beneficial. The most significant effects of the BEMER on humans and animals are:

  • Increased supply of oxygen and energy (ATP) through the improvement of microcirculation.
  • Support of the body‘s own self-regulatory mechanisms through the activation of cellular and molecular processes.
  • Supports the immune system through improved adhesion behavior of white blood cells to protect the body from free radicals.


Please see Scientifically Proven Effects of BEMER