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PEMF Devices Over Metal Implants

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Can You Use PEMF Devices Over Metal Implants?

PEMF Devices Over Metal Implants

Can you use PEMF devices over metal implants? What about on someone with titanium as opposed to another metal in them?

That’s a very good question. You can use PEMF devices over metal implants. It does not cause a problem. We do suggest that if you’re concerned, put the butterfly or the coil above the metal then run the PEMF machine for two or three minutes at a moderate setting. Ask the client, “Are you comfortable?” If they say yes, then you’re good to go. But don’t look at your customer and say okay I’m going to put this on you to see if you feel heat. What will happen is they’ll feel heat and psychologically they’ll feel it because they’re feeling muscle movement.

Ask the client, "Are you comfortable?" If they say yes, then you're good to go.

Will PEMF Therapy Cause Metal Implant Screws to Loosen?

No. A PEMF machine is not a magnet that pulls or attracts. It is a magnetic field that our body is immersed in all the time.

So yes, you can use PEMF devices over metal implants without loosening screws. Mr. Ziemer himself has been treating people’s legs that have had metal implants. His wife has a wire mesh heart repair and he’s treated her back for herniated discs for years.

The main thing to do, when in doubt, test. Make sure to tell your client that you want to make sure they’re comfortable, not that you want to test. No place in our literature does it say be cautious of metal implants.

What About PEMF Devices and Electronic Implants?

The literature does say you’ll want to make sure that any electronic devices like phones and computers are fifteen feet away from the PEMF device. Mr. Ziemer has given treatments with his phone in his back pocket and not had a problem. That decision is up to you.

But, when you talk about defibrillators and pacemakers, those types of things, there are now some situations with new pacemakers and how they’re working. They’re saying as long as you’re a foot away, we’ve had some people that have gained approval, and this is not an endorsement as to how to use it, always talk with your doctor, but some people go to their doctors and they have new styles of pacemakers and the doctor feels like as long as you’re about a foot away it’s fine to treat them with PEMF. If your client has a pacemaker and you’re going to treat their hips or knees or feet or something like that you should be good to go.

Can You Use PEMF Devices Over Metal Implants | PEMF Practitioners that have had defibrillators that have gone to their doctor and been cleared to use the device

What About PEMF Devices and Electronic Implants?

The literature does say you’ll want to make sure that any electronic devices like phones and computers are fifteen feet away from the PEMF device. Mr. Ziemer has given treatments with his phone in his back pocket and not had a problem. That decision is up to you.

But, when you talk about defibrillators and pacemakers, those types of things, there are now some situations with new pacemakers and how they’re working. They’re saying as long as you’re a foot away, we’ve had some people that have gained approval, and this is not an endorsement as to how to use it, always talk with your doctor, but some people go to their doctors and they have new styles of pacemakers and the doctor feels like as long as you’re about a foot away it’s fine to treat them with PEMF. If your client has a pacemaker and you’re going to treat their hips or knees or feet or something like that you should be good to go.

Can You Use PEMF Devices Over Metal Implants | PEMF Practitioners that have had defibrillators that have gone to their doctor and been cleared to use the device
Make sure that any electronic devices like phones and computers are fifteen feet away from the PEMF device.

Personal Testimony from Mr. Ziemer, Using PEMF with a Defibrillator

Mr. Ziemer’s son has a defibrillator for a congenital heart defect. He was doing some exercise and dislodged his defibrillator. He went to the doctor and they checked it out and said everything was fine. He’d had no issues for a number of years so his reply to them was to take the defibrillator out, he’d outrun and matured beyond it. They said no, of course and it remains, but he did point out to them that he’d dislocated his shoulder playing basketball and treated himself with a PEMF device and wasn’t sure the defibrillator worked anyway. So, they tested it and the battery’s fine. He’s treating himself with PEMF and it has had no effect on that. That’s not a blanket thing. It’s how it works in his situation and how it responded with him. The device is still working at full power and it’s not been an issue.

We have had PEMF practitioners that have had defibrillators that have gone to their doctor and been cleared to use the device. It just depends on the doctor and the situation, so always defer to getting good professional advice when you have any questions with regard to those types of situations.