PEMF is a Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Frequency delivered through a coil that is placed on your body by a Certified Practitioner. The blood oxygenation is said to increase and activate the lymphatic system and stimulate acupuncture points. This process reduces pain and inflammation and promotes healing. If we relieve the pain and swelling, the body can begin to heal naturally.
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How PEMF Therapy Affects The Body:
PEMF therapy increases cellular membrane permeability by mechanically contracting the cells and by stimulating the opening of ion channels through the cell membrane.
This allows better circulation of oxygen and nutrients into the cells; and carbon dioxide and waste products out of the cells.
PEMF therapy also improves cell metabolism by stimulating the opening of ion channels in the cell membrane.
PEMF therapy reduces swelling, relaxes muscles, decreases nerve irritability, stimulates tissue healing, strengthens bones and promotes fracture and ligament healing.
PEMF therapy reduces pain and inflammation as well as it promotes nerve regeneration, muscle relaxation and immune system response.
PEMF therapy helps the body’s natural processes and promotes healing.
Cellular Effects of PEMF:
Improves intercellular fluid & blood flow
Stimulates the production of ATP
Increases cellular energy levels Increases cellular oxygen levels Promotes cellular healing
Stimulates inter cellular communication
Stimulates electron transport in cells
“Once I tried PEMF I felt all my soreness, pain, and inflammation was decreased. It was like nothing I had experienced before. I love it and will tell all my friends about it and continue to do PEMF.” Luisa
“With the addition of the PEMF treatment I noticed a significant improvement immediately.” Don
“It helped me with my range of motion in my neck and helped decrease my swelling. I really enjoy this therapy.” Dalores
“…after each treatment the effects were lasting longer. I always had a problem getting out of bed. Now I find that I don’t even think about it.” Robyn