Pulsed Electromagnetic Field is an innovative type of magnetic therapy that stimulates the body with energy that promotes health. Unlike therapies like ultrasound and electric stimulation, PEMF energy can permeate the entire body when employing clinical-grade instruments. A very potent but safe treatment is made possible by the strong tissue penetrance.

PEMF is a treatment that is potent with pulsating magnetic waves and can recoup the energy they need for optimum health and vitality. Cells that produce less energy deteriorate, get sick and are less able to keep themselves healthy. The first symptom of low cellular energy is pain.

PEMF therapy generates magnetic waves that are identical to those generated by the Earth’s magnetic poles, but more stronger and pulsing.

Scientific Research of PEMF Treatment

Numerous peer-reviewed studies have been conducted over the past 40 years by medical researchers from all around the world to better understand the effects of PEMF. These studies led to the FDA’s approval of PEMF in 1979 for use in promoting bone growth, in 1987 for use as an adjunct therapy to treat postoperative pain and edema, in 2004 for use as an adjunct to cervical fusion surgery, and in 2011 for the treatment of depression in patients who were not responding to medication. Even NASA uses PEMF to reverse the muscle and bone deterioration that astronauts endure during protracted space missions.

Despite the difficulties in the research, this innovative treatment has several potential advantages of using a therapeutic magnetic field to repair the body (Jerabek and Pawluk, 1996). Studies have indicated a decline in:

  • Pain,
  • Swelling
  • Inflammation

Studies on the use of magnetic fields have also improved:

  • Circulation
  • The metabolism of cells
  • Energy

The stimulation of voltage-gated calcium channels to enhance intracellular calcium and nitric oxide release is among the proposed mechanisms of PEMF therapy. Nitric oxide encourages the formation of blood vessels, which aids in the healing of damaged tissues (Rose, 2015).

Numerous painful illnesses, including acute injury, arthritis, and nerve problems, have been studied with PEMF. Researchers discovered that low-frequency PEMFs improved edema during treatment and high-frequency PEMFs improved edema up to many hours after the treatment session, resulting in enhanced healing of soft tissue injuries by reducing swelling and repairing hematoma (Markov and Pilla, 1995).

Effects of PEMF Treatment

  • Decrease inflammation and ease pain
  • Relieve discomfort and weariness
  • Relax more and lessen tension.
  • Encourage tissue repair and bone strength
  • Sustain the balance of neurotransmitters
  • Get more restorative, deeper sleep

PEMF & Lyme disease – An Innovative Treatment

Since PEMF has been shown to improve the effectiveness of antibiotics, it may aid in the treatment of drug-resistant bacteria. The disruption of biofilms by PEMF has also been demonstrated to effectively treat Lyme disease, which frequently does not respond to short-term antibiotic therapy. Neurologic harm can potentially be the reason for the persistent Lyme disease symptoms. Research on PEMF for the treatment of neurologic injury is considerable.

Treatment Length

Although a foundation of 10 treatments is advised, many patients experience symptom reduction after just 1 or 2 treatments. The average length of treatment is 30 to 45 minutes.

Treatment Strength

Your sensitivity determines the treatment strength, allowing for a customized course of action. Generally speaking, the PEMF should feel similar to a firm massage without being painful.

PEMF Safety Measures

Ø  Use is not recommended for people who have pacemakers, defibrillators, or cochlear hearing aids installed.

Ø  If you are pregnant, avoid using.

Ø  Use with caution if you are hemorrhaging, bleeding heavily, or experiencing aggressive bleeding.

If you’re looking to improve your health and reduce pain, then you should use this innovative PEMF treatment for a happier and healthier life.


Markov MS, Pilla AA. (1995) Electromagnetic field stimulation of soft tissue: Pulsed radiofrequency treatment of post-operative pain and edema. Wounds 7(4): 143–151.