PEMF Therapy

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About PEMF

Pulsed Electro Magnetic Field Therapy

PEMF therapy is a type of therapy that uses low-frequency electromagnetic waves to promote healing and wellness. This drug-free, non-invasive therapy has a wide range of potential uses and benefits.

What Is it?

Pulsed Electro Magnetic Field Therapy: What is it?

Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields

PEMF therapy involves the use of low-frequency electromagnetic waves to promote healing and wellness in the body

Increasing Energy Levels

PEMF therapy may be able to increase energy levels and improve overall health
and wellness.

FDA Approved

PEMF therapy has been approved by the FDA as a safe and effective treatment for a variety of conditions.


Benefits of PEMF

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Improved Sleep

PEMF therapy may be able to improve the quality and quantity of your sleep, leaving you feeling more refreshed and energized each morning.


Faster Healing Time

PEMF therapy can help to promote the healing process, so you can recover faster and more effectively from injuries and illnesses.

PEMF Reduced Inflamation

Reduced Inflammation

PEMF therapy is known to help reduce inflammation in the body, which can improve overall health and prevent many chronic diseases.

PEMF Blood Flow

Improved Blood Flow

PEMF therapy can help to stimulate circulation in the body, which can promote faster healing, improved health, and better overall wellness.


Frequently Asked Questions.

Here are the most common questions we get about PEMF

What Is PEMF Therapy?

PEMF (pulsed electromagnetic field) therapy is a non-invasive treatment that uses pulsed electromagnetic fields to stimulate the activity of cells and tissues in the body. This treatment uses a specialized device emitting high-intensity electromagnetic waves, penetrating deep into the body’s tissues and cells, promoting healing and cell regeneration.


In most cases, PEMF therapy does not cause side effects. It’s a safe therapy that most people use with little to no negative effects. However, it is not recommended for people with pacemakers or other electrical implants. Studies show that, in rare cases, certain types of PEMF devices can interfere with the electronics in pacemakers.

Does PEMF really work?

The scientific evidence is that PEMF therapy is effective because it conveys ‘information’ that triggers specific repair activities within the body. The currents induced in tissues by PEMF mimic the natural electrical activities created within bones during movements.

Is PEMF FDA approved?

Yes. Approval began in 1979 for stimulating bone growth. And in 1987 it was approved for treating postoperative edema. In 2008 for treatment of depression for patients that did not respond to medication. And in 20011 it was approved for the treatment of brain cancer.

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