Conventional medical treatments aren’t always effective, especially when dealing with chronic conditions and pain. Medications, often the first course of action, are often addictive and bear warnings of many unpleasant side effects.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, 6 in 10 Americans suffer from a chronic disease, with four in ten having two or more simultaneously. Chronic diseases are the leading causes of death and disability in the US, and drive trillions of dollars annually in health care costs.
One of the hallmarks of chronic disease is inflammation that leads to chronic pain. These are symptoms of the problem that come from a source that needs to be addressed. Medications, surgery, and other conventional treatments often only mask symptoms, which can relieve pain but do not promote real healing.
Alternative therapies and technologies are in constant development to help address the root cause of these chronic health issues. Pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy devices are a safe, non-invasive way to get to the root of the problem and promote real healing.
What is Electromagnetic Pulse Therapy and How Does it Work?
The human body has unique bio-electromagnetic fields that allow the cells to communicate effectively. This communication must be smooth and uninterrupted for optimal health results. Sometimes, communication is disrupted resulting in cellular damage. This damage is what leads to chronic conditions like autoimmune disease and more. To restore good health, cells must be repaired so they can properly exchange ions. Magnetic field therapy works at the cellular level to restore ideal cell communication.
The pulsed electromagnetic fields used in PEMF therapy vary in frequency and intensity, depending on the conditions being treated. PEMF devices send out pulsed electromagnetic fields, through a full body or local applicator, to restore balance and bring cells back to their natural charge.
Harmful EMFs (ElectroMagnetic Fields) are a hot topic, and there can be confusion around the PEMFs used for therapeutic purposes. PEMF therapy uses pulsed electromagnetic fields that are low in both intensity and frequency, unlike those environmental EMFs you hear about. Therapeutic PEMFs have been proven both safe and highly effective in managing chronic health conditions and promoting overall good health.
When PEMF devices are programmed to address the specific condition being treated, frequencies in the body are balanced and cells can communicate properly. The cellular stimulation that results from these pulsed magnetic fields increases circulation, oxygenation, and production of ATP, a great source of energy for cells. These actions lead to cellular repair and regeneration, reduction in oxidative stress and inflammation (a major factor in chronic conditions), a better immune response, and restores function to glandular systems that are vital to good health.
How Does Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy Benefit Chronic Conditions?
PEMF therapy is effective on both acute and chronic conditions. Ongoing treatment with a PEMF device can manage physical, psychological, and cognitive symptoms effectively. But PEMF therapy goes beyond symptom relief, promoting real healing at the cellular level to treat the source of the symptoms, particularly helpful in the treatment of chronic conditions.
Daily use of PEMF devices keeps cells healthy for the long term, allowing for better physical and cognitive functioning even with diagnosed autoimmune disease or other chronic conditions. Healthy cells prevent serious problems in tissues, bones, organs and joints.
A wealth of research is available that demonstrates specific benefits that pulsed magnetic field therapy can produce. While this research varies widely in devices used, intensity and frequency of treatments, it provides a solid base for the claim that electromagnetic pulse therapy is beneficial in managing chronic pain and disease.
One randomized, double-blind, sham-controlled clinical trial found that patients with fibromyalgia who had chronic generalized pain experienced pain reduction when exposed to PEMF twice daily for 40 minutes for 7 days using a portable device attached to their head.1 Although this trial was small, it’s a great start in demonstrating how PEMFs can positively impact conditions that limit daily activities due to pain.
Another study looked at low back pain, one of the most common chronic pain conditions. This study supported earlier findings that PEMF treatment improved function safely and effectively in in patients with non-specific low back pain.2
Autoimmune diseases such as diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, and lupus, among many others, are on the rise in the US. Research is expanding all the time to demonstrate the impact of PEMFs on autoimmune disease. One review article from 2019 said “PEMF is emerging as a novel and highly promising means of treating inflammation and aberrant immunity that exists in diseases such as RA.”3
Electromagnetic field therapy has been shown to improve both immune function and circulatory system function, promote healthy sleep (which reduces the impact of chronic stress on the body), improve neurological function and repair incorrect perceptions of pain signals that result in chronic pain.
Inflammation is a component in all chronic disease. Inflammation results in swelling and pain. PEMFs have a proven impact on reducing inflammation throughout the body.
Why Own A Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy System?
Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy reviews are consistently positive from clinicians and individuals who have invested in the technology. Decades of clinical success and thousands of studies support the idea that PEMF therapy is a reliable, safe alternative to conventional treatments.
Chronic conditions require regular treatment to manage effectively. Investment in a convenient and flexible PEMF device like FlexPulse allows for treatment anytime, anywhere. The cost of such a device is easily offset by eliminating the need for frequent clinical appointments.
When considering electromagnetic pulse therapy, it’s important to understand which system will best suit your needs based on the specific conditions to be treated, as well as lifestyle considerations. To achieve best results, your system must provide the appropriate intensity and frequency for effective treatment of your conditions.
The FlexPulse PEMF therapy device is convenient and flexible, as it can be used on the go. The wearable device can provide treatment while driving, exercising, and even sleeping. The compact, lightweight device offers 12 hours of continuous battery power and intensities up to 200 Gauss. It can be used on any area of the body, including the head to treat the brain. Overnight use is a perfect way to maintain good health and vitality.
PEMF devices can be used by the whole family to treat a variety of issues. The FlexPulse is an affordable, flexible PEMF therapy device that provides all the top benefits PEMF therapy has to offer.
The 30-day satisfaction guarantee and 2-year International warranty makes FlexPulse a no-risk, safe way to keep yourself and your whole family healthy and strong. Contact us today for more information on how PEMF therapy devices can have a positive impact on chronic pain and disease, allowing you to live your best life.
- Thomas, A. W., Graham, K., Prato, F. S., McKay, J., Forster, P. M., Moulin, D. E., & Chari, S. (2007). A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial using a low-frequency magnetic field in the treatment of musculoskeletal chronic pain. Pain research & management, 12(4), 249–258. https://doi.org/10.1155/2007/626072
- Lisi AJ, Scheinowitz M, Saporito R, Onorato A. A Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy Device for Non-Specific Low Back Pain: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial. Pain Ther. 2019 Jun;8(1):133-140. doi: 10.1007/s40122-019-0119-z. Epub 2019 Mar 12. PMID: 30868475; PMCID: PMC6513933.
Ross CL., Ang DC., Almeida-Porada G. Targeting Mesenchymal Stromal Cells/Pericytes (MSCs) With Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) Has the Potential to Treat Rheumatoid Arthritis Front. Immunol., 04 March 2019 | https://doi.org/10.3389/fimmu.2019.00266