Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF)

Offers intense pain relief to people with acute injury or chronic long term pain. Speeds healing in sports injuries or sprains, strains or muscle tears. It even Stimulates bone growth in nonunion fractures.

Imagine deep penetrating heat that brings full relaxation to injured or chronically tight muscles. Along with the pain relief PEMF stimulates healing by increasing blood flow and pushing out inflammation and swelling.

Usually done In a series of treatments for long lasting relief of ongoing pain or active injury to speed healing. PEMF can also be used like massage for relaxing fatigued and over worked muscle

How Does PEMF Therapy Work?

Without an electromagnetic exchange between cells, nothing happens in the body. Human chemistry is controlled by natural electromagnetic energy. The cells are impaired when this electromagnetic energy is disrupted (for instance, from a bad diet, a small bruise to an injury, or merely from getting older). The body is not healthy if the cells are not healthy.

When a complementary electromagnetic field is introduced into the body, healthy electromagnetic exchanges can be reestablished. This is the reason why PEMFs are considered to be extremely useful; they are capable of stimulating all levels of the body. When applied externally, the PEMF therapy completely penetrates the body and effects individual cells, organs, tissues, and thereby the entire body.

What Types of Conditions Can PEMF Therapy Treat?

Since the cellular reaction takes place in everybody, magnetic fields are not condition specific. As a result, PEMF therapy can be used to assist with the majority of conditions. In fact, clinical studies have demonstrated that PEMFs are capable of:

  • Increasing circulation
  • Decreasing inflammation
  • Accelerating bone healing
  • Enhancing muscle function
  • Reducing the effects of stress
  • Improving blood oxygenation, and much more
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