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Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF)

Recharge Your Cells

Living with physical pain, low energy, or mental health challenges is draining. Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy is a safe, science-backed solution to recharge your cells and restore your body to complete health.

Our PEMF specialists work with you to customize your treatment and maximize results.

Give yourself the gift of improved physical and mental health.
60 MIN SESSION PRICING

Intro
(3 Pack)

$ 225
  • $75 Per Session
Popular

1
Session

$ 105
  • $105 Per Session

10 Sessions/
5 Weeks

$ 750
  • $75 Per Session

**a 51-hour program to be completed in 17 weeks as an investment for those who want to set a firm foundation for their cellular wellness. This robust timeline is backed by the science of cell turnover. While white blood cells turn over every 13 days, red blood cells do so every 120 days or 17 weeks.

**Patients who might require a slower start with PEMF will be worked with on creating a custom treatment plan with shorter treatment times to work up to the longer 1 hour  sessions for optimal results.  

30 MIN SESSION PRICING

Intro
(3 Pack)

$ 117
  • $39 Per Session

1
Session

$ 55
  • $55 Per Session

10 Sessions/
5 Weeks

$ 390
  • $39 Per Session

What is PEMF Therapy?

Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) Therapy is a non-invasive and easy technique to alleviate pain and inflammation without drugs. PEMF sends a gentle electrical pulse through cells to enhance circulation, cellular metabolism, and energy. Think of it as recharging your cells so you can better absorb nutrients and produce energy while flushing out toxins.

Our clients use PEMF therapy to reduce chronic pain, heal acute and chronic injuries, and improve their overall mental and physical well-being. PEMF therapy is perfect for priming your cells for superior athletic performance as well as overcoming daily stressors and discomfort.

Our PEMF therapy allows you to lay down in comfort while soft electric pulses stimulate your cells. We target specific areas and tailor the pulses depending on the kind of healing you need. Clients report that sessions are relaxing, and they experience numerous benefits from regular sessions.

How Does PEMF Therapy Work?

Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy uses copper coils to generate a magnetic field that passes through body cells. This stimulation allows cells to open their membranes for easier nutrient absorption and removal of cellular waste.

The result is improved circulation, oxygenation, hydration, detoxification, and adenosine triphosphate (ATP) production, all while reducing inflammation and facilitating healing.

Although PEMF therapy is relatively new, its efficacy is proven. Researchers tested PEMF therapy in a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial and concluded that it was safe and effective for treating chronic pain(1). The FDA also approves PEMF therapy to treat bone fractures, depression and anxiety, and post-operative healing(2, 3).

While scientists are still researching the mechanisms of pulsed electromagnetic field therapy and finding ways to improve treatments, the efficacy of PEMF therapy cannot be denied.

Benefits of PEMF Therapy

Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy offers a wide range of benefits for physical and mental health, all without using invasive procedures or potentially harmful or addictive medication. Our clients usually seek PEMF therapy to treat their chronic fatigue, fractures, injuries, sciatica, anxiety, and depression.

Some of the many benefits of pulsed electromagnetic field therapy include:

Safe, Effective PEMF

Whether you seek to reduce pain, stimulate healing, increase energy, or improve athletic performance, you are sure to see the benefits of our PEMF treatments. Avoid invasive procedures and dangerous drugs. Instead, try PEMF therapy and feel the difference for yourself.

FAQ's

Is PEMF therapy safe?

PEMF therapy is considered to be safe and non-invasive, with no known side effects or interactions with other treatments.

Who can benefit from PEMF therapy?

PEMF therapy can be beneficial for a wide range of people, including athletes, older adults, those with chronic pain, and anyone looking to improve their overall health and wellness.

How often should I use PEMF therapy?

The frequency and duration of PEMF therapy sessions can vary depending on the individual and their specific needs. It's best to consult with a healthcare provider to determine the most appropriate treatment plan.

Is PEMF therapy covered by insurance?

The simple answer is not likely, but it is always worth asking your provider.

Can I use PEMF therapy alongside other treatments?

Yes, PEMF therapy can be used alongside other treatments and is considered safe and complementary to other forms of therapy. However, it's always best to consult with a healthcare provider before starting any new treatment.

What does a PEMF session it feel like?

PEMF therapy feels like a mild tapping sensation, the strength is always kept with in your comfort level. Depending on the area being treated there may be a pulsing feeling in the muscle similar to a MILD tens machine. But at no time should you experience discomfort during the treatment.

Do I have to to undress for a PEMF treatment?

No, you will remain fully clothed. Wear something soft and comfortable, you will most likely be lying down during the treatment.

How long do PEMF treatments last?

PEMF treatments can last anywhere from 10 mins up to an hour. We usually suggest the whole hour to get the most benefit, but some circumstances require shorter treatments.

How can I optimize PEMF treatment?

Hydration is key to getting the most out of your PEMF treatments. Electrolytes and or a liquid vitamin right before treatments is a great way to optimize the results.

Which device does your clinic use?

We use the Pulse XL Pro in our clinic. It is consider the top of the line in PEMF equipment.

Are there any contraindiactions?

Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) therapy is considered safe for most people, but there are some contraindications to consider. Here are some of the most common: 1. Pregnancy: PEMF therapy is generally not recommended for women who are pregnant, as the effects of PEMF exposure on a developing fetus are not yet fully understood. 2. Implanted medical devices: People with implanted medical devices such as pacemakers or defibrillators should not use PEMF therapy as it may interfere with the function of these devices. 3. Epilepsy: PEMF therapy may trigger seizures in people with epilepsy, so it should be used with caution in these individuals. 4. Cancer: While some studies suggest that PEMF therapy may have anti-cancer effects, its use is generally not recommended for individuals who have active cancer, as it may interfere with other treatments they are receiving. 5. Bleeding disorders: PEMF therapy may increase the risk of bleeding in people with bleeding disorders, so it should be used with caution in these individuals. It's important to keep in mind that everyone is different and what may be a contraindication for one person may not be for another. It's always best to consult with a healthcare provider before starting PEMF therapy to ensure that it is safe and appropriate for you.
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