Harness Your Natural Healing Ability with Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Exercise.

Innovative technology backed by extensive research  in North America.  You may not yet be familiar with Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) therapy or exercise, but its is widely used in Eastern Europe as standard therapy and adds a new, exciting dimension to biology and medicine.

Used most commonly in the field of orthopedics, PEMF is a reparative technique for treatment of non-union fractures form sports or accident related injuries.  Athletes in the NFL, major league baseball players, boxers, and folks like you and me are finding extraordinary success with this therapy.  More that a quarter million patients with sever unenvied fractures have benefited worldwide from this surgically non-invasive treatment, without risk, discomfort, or the high costs of operative repair.

Researchers have discovered that when there is an injury and the tissues are stressed, the body creates a low power electrical signal.

They believe this excites the body's natural mechanism to repair damaged tissue.Many factors can disrupt there signals causing pain, inflammation and loss of function.

PEMf therapy mimics there natural signals and activates the normal healing process stimulating growth and repair of tissue.

Cellular magnetic therapy and /or exercise use electrical energy to direct a series of magnetic pulses through injured  tissue and bone.  Each magnetic pulsed induces an electrical signal that stimulates cellular rehabilitation and exercise.  When a pulsing magnetic field penetrates into a bone, the pulsing magnetic effects causes tiny mechanical movements.  This creates small currents inside the bone and cells.

In 1956 two, Japanese scientists discovered the so called piezo-electric effects of bone.  By measuring the voltage between two electrodes attached over a mechanically bent bone, they proved that electrical properties exist inside bones.

Dr. Martian Milner, ND, professor of cardiovascular and pulmonary medicine, and CEO/ medical director of the Center for Natural Medicine Inc. in Portland Oregon explains it this way:  "PEMF takes alternating current (AC) and transforms it into (DC) , producing variations ranging  from low to high voltage. This voltage is passed through a coil generating a safe, pulsed magnetic field around the coil". As the magnetic field is pulsed on, cells are exercised.  In the off phases of the pulse, the cells relax. "As cells expand and relax, they rehabilitate.

Over 5,000 studies have benn published worldwide over the last 40 years demonstrating PEMF therapy"s effectiveness healing "soft-Tissue wounds, suppressing inflammation responses at the cell membrane level to alleviate pain, and increasing range of motion.  The value of PEMf therapy has been shown to cover a wide range of conditions, with well documented trails carried out by hospitals, rheumatologist and physiotherapists".

Kevin Greenspan, DC, in Black Mountain, North Carolin says that his patients using PEMF therapy report relief from arthritis , fibromyalgia, Parkingson's  migraines, depressions and sinusitis.  He agrees withDr. Andy Bassett, MD. the "This idea of manipulating cellular activity with magnetically induced electrical  currents is looking like one too the hottest new fields."

Scientific reviews in university laboratories and medical schools, along with numerous PEMF technology studies reported in medical journals, substantiates what enlightened patients already know.

Because demand is growing for this new healing technique, those of us in the field of health and encourage that people are finding help harnessing the bodys own ability to heal

From the AOPP, Association of PEMF Professionals.

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