Traditional medicine treats the body by chemical means primarily. In stimulating the cell membrane, PEMF effects it electrically. The trillions of cells inside our bodies communicate bio-electromagnetically. The human cell functions as a capacitor. PEMF causes sluggish cells to activate, opening/closing in a fashion similar to hydrostatic pump, absorbing nutrients and water while emitting carbon dioxide and toxins.
PEMF is a technology more than 100 years old. It was FDA cleared for bone growth in 1979, and for post-operative edema and pain in 1987. In 2004, PEMF was cleared as an adjunct to cervical fusion surgery, and in 2011 it was cleared as a treatment for depression in individuals who are unresponsive to medication.
PEMF surged in popularity in recent decades after NASA employed it for retaining and restoring astronauts’ bone and muscle.
What is PEMF Cellular Exercise?
Pulse Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) Cellular Exercise is a therapy in which electromagnetic fields reach deep inside your body to exercise your cells. It causes your cells to expand and contract, similarly to when you work out at the gym. Just like your muscles, your cells need to be strong.
Weak cells are characterized by low voltage. PEMF Cellular Exercise replenishes energy in low voltage cells. As your cells expand and contract, they are able to expel toxins and absorb nutrients. Your cells’ voltage increases, and they grow stronger. High voltage cells are able to grow, heal, and reproduce successfully. Strong cells will create more strong cells!
What are some benefits of PEMF Cellular Exercise?
PEMF Cellular Exercise has also been found to support the body’s own healing ability by replenishing the natural charge that exists in healthy cells. When your body is healthy you sleep better, experience more energy, and are less likely to experience pain and inflammation.
What is the history of PEMF Cellular Exercise?
The basic technology has existed in various forms for decades, starting with Nikola Tesla’s alternating current in the 1800’s.About seventy years ago, Dr. Harold Saxton Burr, PhD proved that disease was preceded by a quantifiable imbalance in our electrical charge. Shortly after, PEMF Cellular Exercise began being used to aid in bone growth. It currently is used to support whole body wellness.
The Science Behind PEMF Cellular Exercise
We use the top-grade PEMF machine on the market, one manufactured by Pulse Centers, which provides from low to high voltage with separate controls for frequency and intensity. The unit also provides simultaneous use of two body-application accessories, such as seen in photo at right. PEMF can be targeted to specific areas, or applied to the entire body.
You may never have heard of PEMF? The short video above provides a basic idea of the technology which has been around in one form another since the days of Nikola Tesla, about 100 years ago. It was popularized in more recent times following NASA’s use in restoring bone and muscle to returning astronauts. The video shows how cellular voltage relates to well-being.
Thousands of research studies verify the health-enhancing benefits of
PEMF. We’ve included links to a few citations which you’ll find interesting.
The use of magnetic fields in treatment of patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Review of the literature. Reumatologia 2016; 54/4 Review paper Reumatologia 2016; 54, 4: 201–206 DOI: 0.5114/reum.2016.62475
Effects of PEMF on patients with osteoarthritis: Results of a prospective, placebo-controlled, double-blind study.
Pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) treatment reduces expression of genes associated with disc degeneration in human intervertebral disc cells.
The effect of pulsed electromagnetic fields in the treatment of cervical osteoarthritis: a randomized, double-blind, sham-controlled trial.
Effects of a pulsed electromagnetic therapy on multiple sclerosis fatigue and quality of life: a double-blind, placebo controlled trial.
Long-term effects of Bio-Electromagnetic-Energy Regulation therapy on fatigue in patients with multiple sclerosis.
Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy of persistent rotator cuff tendinitis. A double-blind controlled assessment.
Electrochemical therapy of pelvic pain: effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF) on tissue trauma.