It’s common for senior pets to have some health issues. Limited mobility, pain, and stiffness are normal parts of aging. Despite the fact that these health issues are common in old age, it doesn’t make it any easier for families to watch their pets suffer. Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy can help improve your pet’s quality of life. Here are a few of the benefits of PEMF for pets in old age.
What are the benefits of PEMF for older pets?
Pain, soreness, stiffness, and limited mobility are some of the most common health issues for older pets. These age related health problems sometimes require surgery or a prescription. PEMF therapy offers an alternative to an invasive surgery or medication, however. Here’s what PEMF can do for your pets.
- Improve mobility
- Improve range of motion
- Pain reduction
- Reduce stiffness
- Reduce swelling
- PEMF has been used to treat hip dysplasia in dogs and cats.
- It can be used to treat osteoarthritis.
- PEMF therapy is used for healing non-union bone fractures as well as tendon and ligament injuries.
- It’s used for wound healing.
- Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy can treat certain neurological conditions
PEMF for pets of all shapes and sizes
People sometimes think that pulsed electromagnetic field therapy must be used only on large animals. Horses, cattle, and other large livestock animals benefit from PEMF therapy, but it can also be used to safely treat humans and small animals as well.
Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy can be used to help dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, reptiles, and many other small household pets. PEMF therapy has even been used on snails.
PEMF therapy does not send electricity through the body. It, instead, uses electromagnetic frequencies to stimulate the cells. These electromagnetic fields work to promote healthy cell function and stimulate the natural regenerative processes in the body. The EMFs used in PEMF therapy are completely safe, and they operate at a lower frequency than many everyday items.
Where to find PEMF for pets
Contact a veterinary clinic in your area to see if they offer PEMF therapy for pets. If you’re a vet and you do not yet offer PEMF for pets, you should consider adding pulsed electromagnetic field therapy to your list of services.
Contact PEMF Complete online, or call 877-473-6377, for information about PEMF systems for pets. We offer PEMF devices for home use as well as professional PEMF devices.