Using PEMF for Pain

Pain seems simple, but it’s actually more complicated than you might realize. There are emotional and physical elements to pain, and we can feel pain even without a physical stimulus. All sensations of pain come from the brain, and our memories, experiences, and personalities can determine how we feel pain and how we respond to it. There are a couple of things about pain that are straightforward, however: it doesn’t feel good, and if you’re feeling pain, you want it to stop. Consider PEMF for pain management if you’re dealing with acute or chronic pain.

Pain is a common problem

Chronic pain can negatively affect your quality of life, and make it difficult to carry out your daily routine. Some deal with a little discomfort or stiffness in the morning, but many have debilitating pain that can make it difficult to function.

Arthritis and back pain are two of the biggest causes of occupational disability in the world. Jobs that require heavy lifting, or demanding physical labor, are notorious for leaving workers in pain. It’s not just the rough and tough jobs than can cause discomfort, though. Sitting or standing in the same position for extended periods of time can cause pain and discomfort, too.

There are of course other sources of chronic pain. You may have an old sports injury, or maybe a health condition such as arthritis, that causes regular pain and discomfort.

According to the National Institutes of Health, 25.3 million Americans suffer from chronic pain, and nearly 40 million Americans reported severe pain.

Treating pain

For many, treating – or managing – pain means taking a handful of over-the-counter pain relievers, two or three times a day, whenever the pain is too much to bear. Others seek relief from prescription pain relievers, or even surgical procedures to get rid of their pain. These solutions are not ideal, though. There are dangers in taking too many OTC pain relievers, such as NSAIDs, many do not want the side effects that come with prescription medications, and there’s always risk involved with surgery.

There have been a multitude of scientific studies, both on animals and humans, that show PEMF for pain management to be an effective treatment option. PEMF therapy for pain management can address both acute pain and chronic pain. Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy offers a safe, effective alternative to drugs for pain management.

Pain results from many different things, and PEMF for pain management helps address different causes of pain. PEMF therapy helps reduce swelling and inflammation.

Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy also helps reduce recovery times and promotes healing in the body. Healthy tissues in a body are naturally regenerative. PEMF therapy triggers the body’s naturally healing processes.  It works on a molecular level to promote good cell health and healthy cell function in the circulatory system, bone tissues, muscle tissues, and other tissues in the body. It also improves circulation, oxygenates cells, and improves nutrient absorption of cells

Learn more about PEMF for pain management

Unlike OTC or prescription drugs, PEMF therapy doesn’t just mask the symptoms. Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy can help fix the underlying issues that cause pain.

Call 877-473-6377, or contact PEMF Complete online to learn more about the benefits of pulsed electromagnetic field therapy.

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