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PEMF Therapy

PEMF therapy, or Pulsed Electromagnetic Field therapy, is a non-invasive treatment that uses low-frequency electromagnetic waves to stimulate and heal damaged cells and tissues in the body. This therapy has been shown to improve circulation, reduce inflammation, and promote overall healing.

Intro to PEMF


Everything around us is made up of tiny charged particles. These particles create forces called electromagnetic fields (EMFs).

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To understand how your body interacts with magnetic fields, let's first realize that your body is a magnet itself.

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Magnetic fields play a role in the functions of your body, regardless of specific body parts, they can be applied to most health issues.

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All the tissues in your body, especially the brain, have their own natural frequencies and can be influenced by external frequencies.

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Understanding non-synchronous EMFs and their potential effects is crucial for maintaining health and well-being.

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Each of these therapies has its unique mechanisms, benefits, and applications. Let's explore how they compare.

“Our entire biological system, the brain, and the earth itself work on the same frequencies."

- Nikola Tesla

What to Expect


Explore what to do to prepare for your first PEMF session, what to expect during your PEMF session, and what to expect afterwards.

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PEMF therapy is generally considered safe when used properly. It is non-invasive and does not involve the use of drugs.

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The number of PEMF therapy sessions needed varies based on your condition and goals.


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Benefits of PEMF Therapy

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The heart is an electric powerhouse and can be affected by PEMFs. Magnetic fields can have a big impact on how the heart works.

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PEMF therapy can actually help our body detoxification pathways by improving the function of our liver and kidneys.

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PEMF therapy significantly boosts energy production and use in the body by enhancing ATP synthesis, essential for cellular energy.

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 PEMF therapy increases nitric oxide production, which is crucial for a healthy immune system and disease prevention.

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PEMF therapy can support the reduction of swelling and inflammation by improving cellular functions and circulation.

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While we cannot force tissue to regenerate beyond its optimal capacity, PEMFs can establish new standards for tissue healing.

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PEMF therapy can shift our brainwaves from being really alert and anxious to feeling more relaxed or even sleepy

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PEMFs address the underlying causes of nerve damage and help alleviate overactive nerves associated with inflammation.

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PEMFs can help boost oxygen levels in tissues by improving circulation and aiding in oxygen transfer from the air into the lungs and blood.

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PEMFs can boost your skin's ability to breathe and heal. It can also help with conditions like eczema by reducing inflammation in the skin.

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Research has shown that PEMF exposure can synchronize biological clock genes by acting on the master clock in the brain.

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PEMF therapy aims to make stem cells turn into specific tissues for healing and repair. This can be for treating injuries or diseases.




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M & W: 8:00am - 6:30pm
​​T & Th: 8:00am - 3:30pm
​Friday: 8:00am - 1:00pm
Saturday: By Appointment Only
Sunday: Closed

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Please Note: Some of our services and products have not undergone evaluation or approval by the FDA. It is always advised that you consult with a licensed healthcare provider, including our doctors, before considering any new treatment. Medical Disclaimer.

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