Your vet told you that your cat needs to have an expensive surgery. The family dog is getting older and now has difficulty moving around. Maybe you want to do everything that you can to make sure that your pet is as healthy and happy as possible. The solution for all three could be pulsed electromagnetic field therapy. PEMF for pets can help older animals, young and healthy animals, and pets that have acute or chronic health issues.
PEMF for older pets
It’s common for pets to develop different health issues as they age. Mobility issues, joint problems, swelling, pain, and inflammation are just a few of the common health problems that affect older animals. Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy can help relieve or manage the effects of normal aging in pets.
PEMF for pets with health problems
Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy has been successfully used to treat a wide range of health problems and conditions. Studies have shown the effectiveness of PEMF therapy for arthritis, bone injuries, wounds, and the treatment of certain neurological conditions. PEMF therapy has also been used as a post operative treatment to help humans recovery after surgeries, and it can be used in the same way for your pets.
PEMF for young, healthy pets
Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy isn’t just for pets with health issues. It can also benefits young pets who are already in good health:
- improved mood; PEMF therapy has been used to treat depression and anxiety
- promote good cell health and proper function
- improved mobility
- muscle stimulation
- injury prevention
- increased cellular metabolism
This is the wellness principle. You want your pet to stay in good health rather than wait for a health problem to occur, and then try to fix it.
PEMF therapy can be used on all types of pets
Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy can be used on dogs, cats, birds, and reptiles. Different systems and coils accommodate practically every common household pet. You can treat small pets such as gerbils or hamsters, and it’s even used on large animals like equine athletes and livestock.
Solutions for bone, joint, and musculoskeletal issues in pets often lean towards medication or surgeries. PEMF therapy provides an effecive treatment option that does not rely on drugs or a surgical procedure.
It’s quick, easy, and effective. PEMF therapy treatments take just a few minutes. These treatments have immediate results and provide lasting benefits.
If you’re a vet, you should seriously consider offering PEMF therapy at your veterinary clinic. It’s also a great option for pet owners who want to do the most for their pet’s health and happiness. Call 877-473-6377 or contact PEMF Complete online for more information about our PEMF systems for pets.