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Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy
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What is pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy? How does it work?
Pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy stimulates tissues using either local or full body application of electromagnets. The pulsing on and off of these magnets enhances the transport of minerals across cell membranes. This allows cells to take in resources and get rid of waste products more efficiently. PEMF also restores electrical charge to cell membranes which breaks up scar tissue and groups of red blood cells that have clumped together. Releasing scar tissue allows for increased mobility while breaking up clumps of red blood cells allow for better oxygenation of tissues. PEMF also prevents water molecules from congregating around calcium ions, thus allowing cells to utilize calcium more efficiently which is important for muscle/nerve function, immune health, and adaptation to stress.
All these effects promote cellular efficiency, reduce inflammation, and speed all types of healing processes.
I thought electromagnetic fields were harmful. How does PEMF differ from electromagnetic fields produced by devices like cell phones?
What are the benefits of PEMF therapy?
Are there many studies that show benefits of PEMF therapy?
What types of conditions can improve with PEMF therapy?
How long do PEMF treatments last? How many treatments will I need? How soon can I expect to see results?
Is HPS's device FDA approved?
How does HPS's device differ from home PEMF devices like the BEMER, OMI, iMRS, or QRS mats?
Are there any contraindications or side effects with PEMF?
I heard that high intensity PEMF is dangerous. Are there risks associated with treatment?