What is PEMF therapy?
PEMF stands for Pulsed Electro-magnetic Frequency therapy and it is different from physical therapy but it is just as beneficial.
Pulsed electro-magnetic frequency is delivered through a coil that is placed on your horse or small animal and that frequency increases blood oxygenation, reduces inflammation and pain, and stimulates acupuncture points to promote a happy and healthy furry friend.
It truly is a therapy for the cells.
In short, it massages the cells and allows toxins out while allowing nutrients, medication and supplements in. Restoring the cells natural magnetic energy.
I became interested in PEMF therapy because it takes out so many variables in treating an illness or injury. I use the Magna Wave Sol to treat animals and every time I turn it on it emits the same signal and it is 100% consistent. The machine has the ability to penetrate 16 inches in to the animal so it doesn't even have to be touching that horse or animal.
The science behind PEMF is fascinating to me and I am constantly impressed by just how powerful this machine is, though it can be a little complicated to explain.
Cellular energy requires ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) and is fundamental to all cell and body functions and is necessary to sustain life itself. ATP regulates cell metabolism by transporting chemical energy within our cells.
Low ATP levels cause our cells to be sick, and decreases their ability to heal, regenerate, or function properly.
Through the increased motion of ions and electrolytes, magnetic fields help cells increase their energy (or “charge”) by up to 500%.
If you think your horse or small animal could benefit from a PEMF session, I strongly encourage you to look in to PEMF therapy. It has proven to help with small issues like minor arthritis discomfort to major tendon and ligament damage. Because PEMF penetrates bone, it promotes bone growth as well as hoof growth.
The benefits of Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Frequency therapy is endless! If you have any questions I would love to answer them at firstname.lastname@example.org.