Curatron XP

The Curatron 2000 XP is the XPSE’s forerunner and still delivers strong PEMF of up to 30 milliTesla with the Therapy Pad.   Both XP and XPSE use frequency modulated PEMF.  Both have very high speed of induction of the field for significant therapeutic effects.  Both are easy to use.

Electromagnetic fields in the milliTesla range increase circulation and improve blood and tissue oxygenation.  They have been shown to help restore a healthy balance between the breakdown of tissue and its regeneration and to reduce the chronic inflammation which characterizes arthritis, osteoporosis and other rheumatic conditions.  Most importantly perhaps, they have been shown to activate and stimulate osteoblasts, the cells which lay down bone, increasing the formation of healthy, new bone while also helping to prevent its further loss.   A substantial increase in bone density may be achieved in osteoporosis, and non-union fractures, bones which have fractured but not healed, have been shown to mend with PEMF even when they’ve not done so for many years.  To better appreciate the relative benefits of pulsed electromagnetic field therapy in osteoporosis and view some of the huge volume of high quality science in its support, visit Osteoporosis – Bone Healing

Case Study – Osteoporosis

“My doctors have told me that I should keep up whatever I am doing,” said my slim, 88 year old female patient.   “Joan” had stopped taking Boniva, the drug prescribed for her osteoporosis when she came to our clinic over two years earlier.  Since then she has treated herself at home with pulsed electromagnetic field therapy x 30 minutes daily.  Laser therapy has also been administered as needed for pain at office visits over her lumbar spine and hips, where bone loss was greatest.  Below are results from “Joan’s” bone density testing.  When she shared them with me, she also gave me a big kiss!

Bone Densitometry Results L1-L4

Young Adult
T Score
Bone Mineral
% Change
vs Previous
12/11/09 89.8 Osteoporosis -2.7 0.854 g/cm2 +8.8%
1/30/08 88.0 Osteoporosis -3.3 0.785 g/cm2 +0.5%
10/31/06 86.7 Osteoporosis -3.3 0.781 g/cm2

By 1/30/08, approximately 3 months after beginning pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (PEMF) and laser treatment, “Joan’s” bone density had increased by 0.5% at L1-L4, the area of severe osteoporosis.  By 12/11/09 she had gained another 8.8% bone density in her lumbar spine. It is important to understand that individuals with severe osteoporosis typically experience frequent, intermittent back pain due to “compression” fractures which can occur spontaneously in weakened bone.  “Joan” seldom has pain these days and has reported better overall health, energy and ability to exercise.[1]

The system “Joan” used in the case study above was the Curatron XP with a single therapy pad applied to the lumbar spine and hips daily or near daily.  See the entire article, Dem Bones, Dem Bones, Dem New Bones by David Rindge which was published in Acupuncture Today in October 2010 HERE.

                                                 Maximum Intensity of PEMF

   Curatron Model       XP           XPSE      PC
  Full Body Mattress
 10 mT/ 100 G 15 mT / 150 G 15 mT  /  150 G  
     Therapy Pad 30 mT / 300 G 40 mT / 400 G  40 mT / 400 G  
Very High Energy Coil                   70 mT / 700 G 100 mT/1000G  100 mT/1000G  
 Combination High Power PEMF-LEDT    Probe
100 mT/ 1000G 150 mT/1500G 150 mT / 1500G  


With the Therapy Pad, the Curatron 2000 XP will generate 30 milliTesla, still well within the range of 10 – 40 milliTeslas recommended by Rubin et al.  The extra 10 milliTesla from the XPSE is the reason we recommend it over the XP as it may be expected to have resulted in an even greater increase in bone density.  One other reason one might consider the XP is that it can be upgraded to the computerized, PC2000 model whereas the XPSE cannot.

10 different therapy programs are built into the XP and XPSE systems.

The pulsed electromagnetic fields are applied to the body by means of flat coils located inside the therapy pad, full body mattress, high energy or very high energy coil. The applicator you choose is placed over or under the area to be treated and connected to the Curatron control unit via a flexible cable.

Select a program, press start, and the complete therapy will be performed automatically.
After the treatment is over, the energy switches off and the unit goes into stand-by mode. Therapy may be given safely while relaxing or sleeping.   Highly Recommended. 

Order one or more applicators with this unit and also the Switchbox if you plan to operate two applicators.     


Curatron XP                                                                                   $4,295.00




Applicator: Therapy Pad      20”  x  28”                                          $630.00





Applicator: Very High Energy Coil     8” x 8”                                 $765.00





Applicator:  Full Body Mattress     26” x 71”                                  $935.00




Applicator:  Combination, Hi-Power, PEMF LED Probe              $3,750.00





Option:  Switchbox for 2 applicators                                                $265.00




Shipping & Handling:  Shipping to USA and Canada is $175 for PC, XPSE, XP and PC systems and 250.00 for the 3-D systems.   All Curatronic products are shipped from the manufacturer in Israel on Mondays and Wednesdays and customarily arrive within 7-10 days of the shipping date. 

Insurance:  Insurance on shipping is at your request at the time you place your order.  Please decide whether you wish to insure your shipment before you order.  Costs to insure shipping are:  

  • FLASH, PC, XPSE and XP systems: $45
  • Ultra 3-D system: $60
  • Combination PEMF-LED Probe: $25

Please call us with any questions regarding shipping, insurance and prices for accessories not included in your original order. 

All medical device sales are final.

[1] Rindge, David, Dem Bones, Dem Bones, Dem New Bones, Acupuncture Today, October, 2010
[2] Rubin, CT, McLeod, KJ, Lanyon, LE, Prevention of osteoporosis by pulsed electromagnetic fields.  J Bone Joint Surg Am. 1989 Mar; 71(3): 411-7.