Contraindications

The only absolute contraindication for use of a PEMF device is placing an active applicator over implanted electrical devices like pacemakers, cochlear implants, intrathecal pumps, etc., because the magnetic field can shut the device off or otherwise interfere with its function.

PEMFs are contraindicated in organ transplant patients. This is because these people are on immune suppression medications to prevent organ rejection. We do not want to risk adversely affecting the immune suppression/rejection process. There is a chance that PEMFs may actually stimulate or activate a more aggressive rejection process by stimulating the immune system.

Cautions

Safety of PEMFs has not been established in pregnancy, although there is no evidence of harm. Most manufacturers warn against the use of their device during pregnancy.

PEMFs should be used with caution in Grave’s disease or in the case of active bleeding.

Do not use high intensity PEMFs over breast implants. Given the risk of agitating the plastic or silicone in breast implants resulting in possible thinning and risk of leakage, high-frequency PEMFs beyond 100 Hz is probably also not desirable for treatment duration longer than an hour at a time.

We offer a $50 rebate on your first order for completing our feedback process after 30 days of using the system. The feedback process includes submitting our online feedback form and submitting a review on Google & Facebook.

We will verify your submissions and send you the $50 rebate by reversing the charges to the same account and transaction used to place your order.

This rebate is only applicable to direct customers (You must have purchased from this website). The rebate will incorporate the price of one PEMF device only, that excludes shipping and accessories. Please contact us to receive the link to submit Feedback if you didn’t receive it after your order.

In a study (Amirifalah) of healthy women and a sham control group were given ELF-MF (intensity 200 μT) stimulation for 9 minutes. ELF-MF exposure frequencies were 10, 14, and 18 Hz, applied simultaneously to 2 brain areas at the top of the sides of the head (EEG settings C3 and C4) The effects were evaluated by electroencephalogram (EEG). The intent was to change the EEG for a therapeutic application, such as neurofeedback, by inducing a “resonance effect.” Local pulsed ELF-MF significantly decreases beta (15-25 Hz), sensorimotor rhythm (13-15 Hz), and theta (4-8 Hz) powers at a frequency of 10 Hz in C3 and C4 regions (12.0%-26.6%) after exposure (P < .05). The study indicates that PEMF stimulation to the top of the head at 10 Hz may be useful in the treatment of anxiety.

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