P.E.M.F

PEMF therapy is a type of electromagnetic therapy that uses pulsed electromagnetic fields to improve circulation, reduce inflammation, and promote healing.

P.E.M.F Benefits

P.E.M.F may help...

Boost energy levels

Boost energy Levels

Improve cardiovascular health

Improve Circulation

Improve sleep

Improve Sleep

Accelerate recovery

Accelerate Recovery

  • What is P.E.M.F
  • How it Works
PEMF stands for Pulsed Electromagnetic Field therapy, which is a type of therapy that uses electromagnetic fields to improve cellular function. PEMF devices produce a low-frequency magnetic field that can penetrate deep into the body's tissues and cells. By exposing the body to low-frequency electromagnetic fields, the therapy can help to stimulate cellular repair and regeneration. PEMF has been used to treat a variety of conditions, including chronic pain, injuries, arthritis, and depression, among others. Some studies have also shown potential benefits for bone health, wound healing, and sports performance.
PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field) therapy works by applying a mild electromagnetic current to cells in the body. The therapy is based on the concept that a healthy cell has a voltage of about -20 to -25 millivolts and that cells become dysfunctional when their voltage drops below -15 millivolts. By inducing a mild electromagnetic current into damaged cells, PEMF therapy can slow or stop the release of pain and inflammatory mediators, increase blood flow to cells, and re-establish normal cell interaction. This results in reduced inflammation, decreased pain, increased energy, and faster tissue healing. An increase in cellular charge is believed to facilitate tissue healing, improve sleep quality, enhance memory, focus and concentration, and reduce the likelihood of experiencing pain and inflammation. PEMF therapy does not treat medical conditions, but rather promotes natural healing processes in the body by replenishing the electromagnetic charge that exists in healthy cells.
PEMF stands for Pulsed Electromagnetic Field therapy, which is a type of therapy that uses electromagnetic fields to improve cellular function. PEMF devices produce a low-frequency magnetic field that can penetrate deep into the body’s tissues and cells. By exposing the body to low-frequency electromagnetic fields, the therapy can help to stimulate cellular repair and regeneration. PEMF has been used to treat a variety of conditions, including chronic pain, injuries, arthritis, and depression, among others. Some studies have also shown potential benefits for bone health, wound healing, and sports performance.
PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field) therapy works by applying a mild electromagnetic current to cells in the body. The therapy is based on the concept that a healthy cell has a voltage of about -20 to -25 millivolts and that cells become dysfunctional when their voltage drops below -15 millivolts. By inducing a mild electromagnetic current into damaged cells, PEMF therapy can slow or stop the release of pain and inflammatory mediators, increase blood flow to cells, and re-establish normal cell interaction. This results in reduced inflammation, decreased pain, increased energy, and faster tissue healing. An increase in cellular charge is believed to facilitate tissue healing, improve sleep quality, enhance memory, focus and concentration, and reduce the likelihood of experiencing pain and inflammation. PEMF therapy does not treat medical conditions, but rather promotes natural healing processes in the body by replenishing the electromagnetic charge that exists in healthy cells.