Medina Spirit Kentucky Derby PEMF

PEMF Usage In Racehorses

The 147th Kentucky Derby took place with an ending of concern for winner, Medina Spirit. PEMF isn’t new to the race horse industry. As we seek long term health options for horses and injury prevention and recovery therapies, PEMF is one in the spotlight. Due to the many clinical studies based around the abilities of this powerful machine, it is not surprising results can be found.

Reduces pain and inflammation through the increased energy to the body’s cells.

Increases precision and suppleness in racehorses.

Horse and rider both benefit with it’s use giving the body a chance to unwind tension and release pain in the body.

Drug free alternative for overall health and wellness

Blood is oxygenated

Circulation is increased

Speeds the natural repair and protection process.

The movement to seek alternative therapies has brought on a increase in the usage of PEMF across many disciplines in the horse industry. In horse racing the best results are seen through pre and post rides, hard workouts, before a race, and recovery after.

Continuous repair of the cells to maintain a healthy body and immune system is the key to tapping into the power that NASA first discovered.

Pulsed Electromagnetic Field devices were originally used by NASA to maintain the health of astronauts in orbit. The importance of this research is that authority confirmed the efficacy of electromagnetic waves on improving life cycle and function of cells. It also showed that PEMF therapy could successfully address problems such as lack of energy, sleep disturbances, inflammation, joint and muscle pain, flu-like symptoms, and impaired blood flow. These are also the most common reasons why people turn to PEMF therapy but are also common health problems that astronauts face and which could lead to more significant complications in the long run if left unmanaged.

Looking at the origin of PEMF and it’s discovery paints a bigger picture into what we know today. This led to the multiple FDA approvals of PEMF:

n 1979, the FDA approved PEMF Therapy for the healing of nonunion fractures and stimulating bone growth.

In 1987, the FDA approved PEMF Therapy for treating post-operative edema and pain.

In 1998, the FDA approved PEMF Therapy for urinary incontinence and muscle stimulation.

In 2004, the FDA approved PEMF Therapy for cervical fusion patients at high-risk of non-fusion.

In 2006, the FDA approved PEMF Therapy for treatment of depression and anxiety.

In 2011, the FDA approved PEMF Therapy for treatment of brain cancer.

In 2013, the FDA approved PEMF Therapy for use in the treatment of Migraine Headaches.

On October 13th, 2015, the FDA reclassified PEMF devices from their existing Class 3 category to a Class 2 status, and most PEMF devices that are sold today in the United States are FDA registered as wellness devices.


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