A holistic approach with dramatic results
Pulsed Electric Magnetic Field
PEMF (Pulsed Electric Magnetic Field) Therapy pulses a magnetic field into the body, creating an extraordinary healing effect. The results are less pain, reduction in swelling, and increased range of motion in the affected areas.
The Benefits of PEMF
Take advantage of natural, cutting edge healing technology.
PEMF Therapy is already approved by the FDA to promote the healing of non-healing bone unions and has been used in Europe for over 20 years in over 400,000 sessions with individuals experiencing migraines, sports injuries and other pain syndromes including:
Unlike other systems that produce weak magnetic fields, Pulsed Magnetic Therapy produces magnetic fields approximately 10,000 times more powerful than a standard magnet.
Even after years of chronic discomfort, positive results are seen after a few treatments. Pulsed Magnetic Therapy has undergone clinical trials worldwide, and is used by physicians and holistic health practitioners throughout the world creating a dramatic improvement in patients quality of life.
- Cell Hydration
- Bone Density
- Lean Muscle Mass
- Immune System
How Does PEMF Therapy Affect the Body?
The body’s natural magnetic field. This is created by the flow of electrically charged ions in and out of the cells and the transmission of electric impulses through cell membranes. Only Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Field (PEMF) force can naturally influence electrical changes on a cellular level within the body for cell metabolism to be influenced.
PEMF therapy regenerates damaged and diseased tissue, repairs torn tendons and fractured bones.
PEMF therapy enhances the synthesis of protein in the cells, allowing the body to take advantage of all the protein available.
PEMF therapy improves circulation, not by increasing heartbeat or blood pressure, but by opening and dilating the arteries and capillaries. This also reduces edema (swelling).
PEMF therapy increases the cellular level of oxygen absorption by up to 200%. This reduces pain associated with lack of sufficient oxygen.