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What is PEMF Used For?

What is PEMF Used For?

PEMF is used to balance and restore our cellular system to function at its best. Cell dysfunction leads to disease. PEMF is approved by the FDA for non-union bone fractures, urinary incontinence, depression and other conditions. NASA uses PEMF on astronauts to help with fatigue, depression, bone loss and other symptoms developed during space travel.

What is PEMF Used for and How Does it Work?

PEMF has been used for many different conditions in both animals and humans. People have had good results using this safe and non-invasive therapy. PEMF works on a cellular level to help our bodies heal themselves. Our cell metabolism is impaired when our electromagnetic field is disrupted. PEMF therapy stimulates electrical and chemical processes in our tissues bringing our cells back into balance.

What is PEMF Used for and How Does it Work?

PEMF has been used for many different conditions in both animals and humans. People have had good results using this safe and non-invasive therapy. PEMF works on a cellular level to help our bodies heal themselves. Our cell metabolism is impaired when our electromagnetic field is disrupted. PEMF therapy stimulates electrical and chemical processes in our tissues bringing our cells back into balance.

PEMF therapy stimulates electrical and chemical processes in our tissues bringing our cells back into balance.

What is PEMF Used for in Veterinary Practices?

Veterinarians often use PEMF therapy to improve a horse’s performance, range of motion, speed & strength at the racetrack or other equine competitions. PEMF calms and relaxes horses mentally before competitions and relieves sore muscles afterwards. Small pets also benefit from PEMF therapy. Dr. Marty Goldstein uses PEMF therapy in his veterinary practice for small animals. This drugless alternative therapy has been used to relieve arthritic pain, general pain, hip dysplasia, tumors and to speed up wound healing.

PEMF calms and relaxes horses mentally before competitions.

What is PEMF Used for in Athletic Programs?

Coaches and athletic programs have PEMF devices onsite for their athletes to use. Pat Ziemer, Magna Wave CEO, and Dr. Jerry Dreessen DC, CCSP explain PEMF therapy and how it works to reduce injuries. After strenuous practices or competitions, coaches use PEMF therapy to reduce soreness, muscle spasms, cramping and inflammation from muscle stress. The Tennessee Titans, PGA pros, and the Louisville professional soccer team enjoy the benefits of Magna Wave PEMF therapy.

Coaches use PEMF therapy to reduce soreness, muscle spasms, cramping and inflammation in athletes.

What is PEMF Used for in the Chiropractic and Medical Fields?

Modern chiropractic and medical practitioners are finding PEMF therapy to benefit a wide range of conditions. More than 2000 medical studies support the efficacy of PEMF therapy to help cells fight off disease and repair cellular dysfunction. One of the many benefits of PEMF therapy is pain relief. More than 33% of Americans suffer from chronic pain. With the number of narcotic drug addictions soaring in the United States, many people are seeking safer, drug-free pain relief. PEMF therapy could be a good alternative to conventional medicine. By reducing your pain, PEMF therapy can improve your quality of life.

Where Can I Find PEMF Therapy?

The knowledgeable staff at Magna Wave can help you find the right device for your personal use or for your practice. There are many different types of practitioners, over 2000 nationwide, now offering Magna Wave PEMF therapy.

What is PEMF Used For? Over 2,000 practitioners nationwide!

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