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Pain, Inflammation and Injury: How PEMF Helps

Pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMFs) have been used to treat almost every conceivable human illness or malady, including many inflammatory diseases such as arthritis or psoriasis. PEMF therapy has been associated with pain reduction and accelerated healing. PEMFs exert these effects by regulating processes involving inflammation and autoimmune diseases, among other biologic actions.

PEMF expert Dr. Gary Ryan, known as “The Energy Doctor,” explains, “Based on research that was done at Yale, it is apparent that just about any pathology in the body is preceded by a drop in cell charge. Now we have technology that will reach down to the level of a cell that has lost charge and, due to the high intensity of the pulse, bring that pulse back to normal or a more normal situation, which allows it to replicate and produce a more normal cell.”

So, introducing a low-level electromagnetic field into the body can bring those charges back up and restore healthy electrochemical exchanges.

PEMFs stimulate every level of the body. Mats, pads, rings or paddles are applied externally, and the electromagnetic pulses of energy penetrate the body at the cellular level. Your body then uses that energy to heal itself through its natural healing mechanisms. Depending on the extent of the issue, PEMFs can address a slight imbalance quickly, like a pulled muscle, or it can work to bring about a more substantial change over time, like restoring a sluggish organ system.

The Science Behind PEMF Therapy And How It Can Fix Your Pain

Mitochondria, the battery packs of your cells, how many you have and how strong they are affect everything you do—from performing better to living longer. What if you could charge up your mitochondria directly—in a sense, plug them in?

There are ways to boost your mitochondria through diet and lifestyle. However, by transferring energy, PEMF has the ability to improve functions like:

  • Rate of injury healing
  • Immune function
  • Sleep
  • Depression
  • Physical energy
  • Bone healing and density
  • Circulation

How It Works

PEMF therapy uses bursts of low-level electromagnetic fields to heal damaged tissues and bone, to relieve injury-related pain and even to stimulate organs. The idea is that pulses at low frequencies will pass through the skin and penetrate deep into muscle, bones, tendons and even organs to activate the cell’s energy and encourage its natural repair mechanisms. PEMF is catching on as a non-invasive way to approach injuries, chronic pain and even chronic conditions like depression and diabetes.

Perhaps the easiest way to understand PEMF is to think of each cell in your body as if it were a little battery. Like with any battery, sometimes your cells become tired and worn, whether due to age, stress, overuse or damage, making it more difficult for them to fight off any type of potentially damaging force or illness. Through PEMF therapy, your batteries (i.e., your cells) essentially become recharged. The energy supplied via PEMF gives cells the energy they need to ward off whatever is threatening them, whether it’s trauma or a disease-based attack. This makes it easier for your body to restore its health naturally, simply by using the electrical currents and impulses that are already interacting within and throughout their cells. In essence, high-powered PEMF is like a “battery re-charger” for your depleted cells.

What Science Says About PEMF Therapy

The mechanism sounds pretty convincing, but PEMF research under controlled conditions will uncover whether or not PEMF is effective. Here’s what scientists have been able to demonstrate about PEMF therapy so far:

PEMF measurably reduced pain and swelling following surgery.

A sizeable body of research shows that PEMF helps slow-healing tibial fractures.

A small study demonstrated that PEMF therapy reduces pain from chronic pain conditions and fibromyalgia.

Animal studies show the potential of PEMF therapy in regenerating nerve fibers in the spinal cord and peripheral nerves, which is promising for the future of regenerative medicine.

In cell cultures, PEMF treatment seemed to activate lysozyme, which is a major step in the bone regeneration process.

Treatment with PEMF improved osteoarthritis by keeping cartilage from breaking down.

PEMF impacted the growth of bone cells in cell cultures, which formed bone tissue in lab tests.

In a small study, people with rotator-cuff injuries went through PEMF therapy, and all participants had either reduced or eliminated symptoms.

Just one month of PEMF treatment improved pain and functional performance in arthritis patients.

PEMF therapy helped regenerate the liver faster in rats who had part of the liver removed.

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Dr. Rena Schleifer, PhD, has been providing nutritional support and lifestyle management for chronic and acute conditions for over 30 years. Today’s challenges require new solutions. Call and make your introductory appointment and experience how PEMF can help you. Call 845-270-3352 or email [email protected]. Ask about our limited time BOGO special!

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