PULSED ELECTRO-MAGNETIC FIELD THERAPY
Experience First-Hand The Power Of Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Field Therapy
** As Seen On The Dr. Oz Show **
"…Today, we are changing the practice of medicine… There’s a revolutionary cure for pain that few doctors know about because it’s not a new pill or surgery. …energy waves that changes the way your body copes with pain.” – Dr. Mehmet Oz – The Dr. Oz Show – Aired 11/16/2011
PEMF is used to positively impact energy within damaged or injured cell. It does this by directing repeating electromagnetic pulses toward the affected cells, stimulating a healthier response.
The way PEMF works is simple. A device which emits these electromagnetic pulses through a coil applicator. This applicator is placed on or near the area which is injured or somehow damaged. Energy is then induced from the device to the impacted cells, thus providing the patient with a number of different benefits.
Many benefits of Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Field (PEMF) therapy have been demonstrated through more than 2,000 University level double-blind medical studies done in many countries with many different PEMF therapy devices.
Some of the positive effects of PEMF therapy were well established by the mid 1900’s. The first commercially produced high power PEMF therapy devices entered the market around 1975. They focused on the health of muscles, nerves, tendons, ligaments and cartilage, on reducing pain and on cellular regeneration.
Clinical evidence shows that PEMF therapy reduces pain associated with trauma from accidents, sports injuries, surgeries and burns as well as from disease and degeneration.
PEMF therapy improves these conditions in many different concurrent ways including mechanical, chemical, electrical and magnetic processes within the cells of the body. In 1995, Siskin and Walker provided a summary of clinical results on soft tissue damage. They observed no adverse effects and the following positive effects were reported:
- Decreased pain
- Reduced inflammation
- Increased range of motion
- Faster functional recovery
- Reduced muscle loss after surgery
- Increased tensile strength in ligaments
- Acceleration of nerve regeneration
For patients interested in trying PEMF, one common question is how it will make them feel.
Professional athlete Igor Olshansky, former defensive end for the San Diego Chargers, shares how he used PEMF after training or practice and that it made him “feel better, more energized.”
Users of PEMF can actually feel the magnetic wave of energy entering their body; it seeks out or finds areas of the body with previous injury or issue and the user can feel this entire process.