Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF)
Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy, also known as pulsed magnetic therapy, or PEMF for short; is defined on MedicalWordMeanings.com. PEMF is an electro-magnetic field applied to a painful or dysfunctional area of the body, to make it functional again. In the next paragraph, we shed more light on electromagnetic therapy (PEMF).
PEMF is a type of electromagnetic therapy in which small electrical currents are intermittently applied to the body, and it has been shown to have many positive effects on overall health.
Two things makes PEMF therapy so powerful and effective: the strength of the magnetic field generated by the machine; and the pulsating of the field around the part of the body that is not functioning properly.
Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy is said to be the most advanced form of exercise, and is highly recommended for boosting cell metabolism; increasing supply of oxygen, ions, and nutrients to cells; accelerating protein bio-synthesis by electron and energy transfer; increasing calcium transport and absorption for stronger bones, joints, and muscles; decrease swelling, inflammation, and pain; and boost immune system, among many other health benefits.
The direct pulsed magnetic fields sent through injured tissue through the use of a PEMF device, is believed to stimulate cellular repair; which is important for bone healing, among other health benefits.
Recommended Medical Device: PMT100 – PEMF Device, for Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy.