While pulsed electromagnetic field therapy is becoming more common, there are still many people who have not yet even heard of this treatment. This means that learning about PEMF therapy is often up to the curious people who hear about it from family, friends, or in passing. You may come across the term PEMFT while researching PEMF therapy. PEMF and PEMFT refer to the same thing.
PEMF and PEMFT
There’s no difference between PEMFT and PEMF. These are both acronyms for the same thing: pulsed electromagnetic field therapy. PEMF therapy (or PEMFT) uses very low frequency electromagnetic fields to trigger cell regeneration and promote good cell health. PEMF Complete devices generate frequencies between 50Hz and 60Hz, which is well below the frequencies produced by your mobilde devices, home WiFi, or even your car radio.
The EMF pulses pass safely through the body to stimulate and relax the cells. This improves circulation, cell oxygenation, and the body’s natural ability to heal itself. Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy provides numerous health benefits and has even been approved by the FDA as a treatment for several health issues including depression, muscle simulation, migraine, and healing non-union fractures.
What are the benefits of pulsed electromagnetic field therapy?
- Improved circulatory health
- Improved cellular metabolism
- Increased nutrient absorption
- Promote good cell health and function
- Improved overall health
- Promotes wellness
- Trigger the body’s natural healing processes and cellular regeneration
- Removal of waste material from cells
- Normalizes chemicals in cells
- Increased cell oxygenation
- Reduced swelling, inflammation, and pain
- Decreased recovery times
- Stress reduction
- Treat depression and anxiety
- Wound healing
- Healing non-union bone fractures
- Treat migraine
- Improved immune response
PEMF therapy can help household pets, stock animals, and people of all ages recover faster, stay healthier, and enjoy a better quality of life. Whether you’re a wellness professional looking to add PEMF therapy to your list of services, or you interested in investing in a PEMF system for home use, we encourage you to learn more about what pulsed electromagnetic field therapy can do for you.
Call 877-473-6377 or contact PEMF Complete online to learn more about PEMF therapy.