Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) Therapy, helps to boost your body’s blood circulation, systems, and functions without surgery or drugs. But how does this therapy work? What sorts of conditions can it treat? And what are the benefits of receiving PEMF therapy instead of opting for surgery or prescribed medication? We explore all of these questions in this post.
How does PEMF therapy work?
First, let us explain what role electromagnetic fields play in our health. Each of us has several trillion cells, each with its own field. These fields allow the cells to communicate with one another. When an illness or injury causes an issue in the body, the cells then have difficulty trying to communicate. And when they can’t get in touch with each other properly, the body won’t function the way that it should.
So to fix that, PEMF therapy sends pulses of low-level electromagnetic radiation through the body. These frequencies channel specific charges to safely and painlessly treat damaged tissue, restore positive and negative charges in your cells, improve healthy ion exchange, and boost bodily functions. PEMF technology has been FDA-Approved for 25 years for bone healing, post-surgical healing, inflammation, and knee pain.
What are the benefits?
PEMF therapy can help treat a variety of conditions by helping the body heal damaged tissue and bone, boosting the immune system, relaxing the muscles, and stimulating organs.
PEMF therapy has many other benefits:
- Reduces pain and inflammation
- Improves blood and tissue oxygenation
- Regenerates blood cells
- Regulates vitamin nutrient absorption
- Increases cellular detoxification
- Rids the body of impurities
- Overall cell regeneration
- Wound healing
- Enhanced metabolism
- Improves respiration system
- Relaxes the nervous system
Who is eligible?
Not all people should receive PEMF therapy. If you have a pacemaker or an implanted chip, for instance, you should not receive this therapy, because the electromagnetic pulses may interfere with the device. Additionally, pregnant mothers and those who suffer from seizures and severe hypertension should not receive the therapy.
At our clinic, we strive to provide our patients with non-surgical options for their pain relief. If you have questions about PEMF therapy and whether you may be a suitable candidate for treatment, contact our doctors.