PEMF Cellular Exercise

Often referred to as “pulse therapy”, PEMF supports your body’s natural abilities to optimize balanced body functions while boosting your immune system.

 
 
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With PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields), you can energize your cells and reduce the risk of the cellular dysfunction. As long as the cells in your body remain healthy, your body will remain healthy.

Science has proven that damaged, weak cells have an imbalanced electrical gradient (or charge) and, that there only four main ways to recharge a cell:

  1. Exercise

  2. Raw Food

  3. Natural Spring Water

  4. Magnetic Fields or PEMF

While effective, the first three options are slow acting. PEMF allows you to quickly bring cells back into electrical balance, increasing circulation and oxygen flow so that each cell then has the energy to work as the body intends.

 
 

What is PEMF Exercise?

Nikola Tesla discovered that electricity was literally everywhere and pervades everything, including cells of the body. The first person to demonstrate the restorative principles of electromagnetic fields, his research evolved over time into what we know today as Pulsed Electro Magnetic Field therapy.

Over the past 40 years, researchers all over the world have studied the effects of PEMF, conducting thousands of peer-reviewed studies. As a result, PEMF has been known for:

  • Reducing, if not eliminating, joint discomfort

  • Stimulating bone growth

  • An adjunct to cervical fusion surgery

  • Alleviating depression in patients unresponsive to medication

  • Reversing the bone loss and muscle degeneration by astronauts

PEMF Exercise is based on the principles of PEMF. Each cell in your body is actually a capacitor, or battery, which holds a charge. Your entire body is electrical and your cells need a measurable electrical charge to function optimally. In order to maintain good wellness, cells must be doing their jobs.

What are the Benefits?

Over time, the cells in our bodies begin to lose their energy. Inflammation and discomfort are signs of this cellular imbalance. PEMF Exercise is a safe and effective way to support cellular energy needs and has been shown to help with the following:

  • Support of the immune system

  • Help relaxing muscles

  • Provide support for the nervous system

  • Support of healthy lung function

  • Help with maintaining blood sugar levels already within normal range

  • Supporting healthy joint and cartilage functions

  • Strengthening bone structure

Numerous other benefits of PEMF therapy have been manifested through more than 2,000 medical studies, visit pemfinfo.com for some of the latest research studies on PEMF.

What Doctors Say About PEMF Exercise?

"There are no no side effects to it, there's always the benefit of using this machine." — Dr. Scott Perlman, JAS Medical Wellness Center of Georgia | Marietta, GA

" After seeing the results we've gotten with PEMF therapy over the past two years, I couldn't imaging practicing without it." — Dr. Robert Gilliland, Southwest Florida Natural Health Center | Bonita Springs, FL

"For people whose health has deteriorated, it's a dramatic shift." — Dr. Kirby Perrault, Okemos Family Chiropractic | Okemos, MI


Is PEMF Safe to Use?

Pulse Centers PEMF systems are safe for all ages, unless you have an implanted electronic device including a pacemaker, defibrillator, cochlear hearing device, are pregnant, actively bleeding or have blood clots. PEMF exercise devices and not medical devices, therefore they are not required to be FDA approved.