Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) Therapy
What if you could exercise the trillions of cells in your body to make them stronger, healthier and more resilient to stress? Today that is possible with Pulsed Electromagnetic Field therapy.
Science has discovered an amazing technology that uses pulsed magnetic fields to increase our cells’ natural recharging abilities. This is now universally known as PEMF Pulsed Electromagnetic Field.
Magnetic fields surround every living thing in our world, so it’s no surprise that the strength of this energy field is directly related to our health and well-being. Each cell in our body has an electromagnetic charge. Research has shown that when cells are sick and not functioning properly, their voltage drops (they lose their charge). A normal cell has an electric volt potential (mV) of 70. Sick cells have voltages of 40-50mV. It has been determined that cancer cells have voltages of 20mV. PEMF recharges and builds up energy within the cell. This allows for better oxygenation and raises the ph of the cell. Unhealthy cells are typically acidic. PEMF allows for better circulation which bring nutrients and oxygen to the cell. PEMF also maximizes the cells potential to get rid of waste, allowing for detoxification.
Chiropractic Family Physicians provides PEMF therapy and is a great compliment to the Chiropractic services we provide. It allows for healthier cells throughout the entire body and can help the following:
- Chronic Pain
- Sleep Disturbance
- Poor Memory and Concentration
- Chronic Injuries
- Chronic Back and Neck Pain
- Slow Healing
- Poor Circulation
- Decreased Physical Endurance
- Rapid Aging
- Respiratory Issues
- Chronic Immune Deficiencies
- Acute Injuries/Fractures
Chiropractic Family Physicians is proud to offer PEMF services with our state of the art machine from Pulse Centers. The PULSE XL Pro is the strongest PEMF unit on the market offering maximum field strength of 10hz. It as multiple applications from a full body bed, to a chair recliner. We can also isolate and treat specific areas with the use of smaller pads.
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