Pulsed EMF (PEMF)

Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF) uses electromagnetic fields to attempt to reduce chronic pain, improve sleep, reduce stress, and help relieve injuries (old and new.) ​

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What Can You Expect?

Most commonly, it can take up to a month for PEMF to noticeably make a difference when done regularly. Some patients feel great the next day after using the PEMF machine but, much like exercise, PEMF isn’t something you can do once and feel the benefits forever. When you add PEMF to your healthcare routine, it will help you feel better and live a better, more energized life.

PEMF is ideal for people with injuries (both old and new), chronic pain (such as arthritis, migraines, fibromyalgia), depression, and diabetes.

PEMF can improve sleep, reduce stress, relieve injury and fatigue, and increase relaxation. PEMF is a non-invasive option and is considered a passive cellular exercise.

Relief From Chronic Pain

PEMF therapy has proven to be very successful for chronic pain relief, even pain that stems from a variety of underlying conditions.

Insomnia/Sleep Difficulty

PEMF has shown to have a positive impact on overall body relaxation and calming the brain, which can lead to improved sleep.

Stress Relief

Studies have demonstrated that when PEMF therapy is regularly used, it changes the body’s stress responses by directly acting on major related components, such as the endocrine and nervous systems, along with the cells or organs of the body.

Injuries

Research shows that PEMF stimulates a process in the body which assists in energy production in the muscles, which can lead to improved healing.

Pulsed EMF (PEMF) FAQs

PEMF is generally safe for most people — however, there are a few instances where you should not seek out PEMF. If you have a pacemaker, cochlear implant, defibrillator, or if you are pregnant, have blood clots, or are actively bleeding, we suggest you seek out other healthcare options.

No, PEMF devices cannot treat, fix, or diagnose health conditions. PEMF is meant for general wellness, as it stimulates and exercises the cells to support the body’s natural healing and regulating abilities. If you have health concerns, please consult your licensed healthcare provider.

Yes, PEMF can easily be combined with other modalities like chiropractic, massage, and physical therapy.

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