The construction of our bodies is quite similar to the construction of a house. Just as a home cannot be built without a stable foundation, our bodies cannot remain healthy without proper nutrition. Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy in conjunction with nutrition therapy, enables our bodies to create an environment where new cells regenerate more efficiently.
There are many different conditions that benefit from treatment with PEMF including arthritis, cancer, fibromyalgia, carpal tunnel syndrome, sleep disorders and coronary artery disease. PEMF is highly effective and well tolerated without side effects.
Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy is effective because it triggers a cascade effect of our biological processed which helps to repair damaged tissues. With the exchange of energy, tissues undergo a positive physiologic response.
BENEFITS of PEMF
- Helps reduce pain, inflammation and swelling.
- Helps to stimulate the body’s healing process.
- Increases oxygen on a cellular level and increases blood flow.
- Supports the healing process of inflamed and damaged tissues.
- Generates growth of healthy tissues.
- No ill side effects.
TAKING A CLOSER LOOK
Damage cells are induced with electrical changed that restore cells to a normal states. Blood cells are then regenerated, circulation is improved, and the carrying capacity is enhanced. As a result, our immunity is much better, and other systems within the body such as the nervous system function at a higher level. The kidneys, liver and colon are better able to detoxify and rid the body of impurities. In addition, Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy reduces pain levels and improve one’s quality of life by permitting the body to function as originally designed.
Integrative therapy with Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy has been found to be highly beneficial neurologically, physiologically and psychologically. When paired with a healthy diet and active lifestyle, patients are able to see a positive result after a series of treatments.
When considering medical therapies, being well informed is key making a decision that is right for you. Do your research in advance, and write down any questions you may have prior to treatment.