Research in Europe over the past 40 years has proven Neurological, Physiological and Psychological benefits with the use of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) therapy. Additionally, it has repeatedly shown better tissue repair in far less time, with no adverse reactions.
- Helps to support healing of damaged and inflamed tissues
- Helps to reduce pain, swelling, and inflammation
- Increases circulation and cellular levels of oxygen
- Aids in supporting general muscular and nervous system health and function
- Stimulates the body’s natural healing processes
Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy re-energizes damaged cells by inducing electrical changes within the cell that restore it to it’s normal healthy state. Because of this, cellular metabolism is boosted, blood cells are regenerated, circulation is improved and oxygen carrying capacity is increased. Ultimately, the immune system becomes healthier, the nervous system relaxes, bones and joints become stronger and vital organs such as the liver, kidneys and colon are able to rid themselves of impurities thus detoxifying the body. Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy can reduce pain and improve the quality of your life by allowing your body to function as it was designed to do.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What does a treatment with pulsed electromagnetic frequency (PEMF) feel like and is it painful?
A: No, treatment with PEMF is never painful and can actually feel good and promote short-term relaxation. A mild electric-like pulsation is felt over the area being treated and the intensity is always adjusted for individual comfort.
Q: Is PEMF therapy part of chiropractic or acupuncture therapy?
A: PEMF is an electromagnetic treatment that is consistent with acupuncture and meridian theories and practices and is offered by Dr. Ensweiler as part of acupuncture & meridian energetic therapy, even though there are no needled used with this modality.
Q: How long does a treatment session last?
A: Due to the strength of the magnetic field produced with this advanced technology, treatment times are relatively short in duration lasting from 10-30 minutes per session.
Q: Are PEMF treatments safe and are there any contraindications?
A: Yes, thousands of PEMF treatments have been safely given in Europe over the past 40 years. Bone stimulators have been used in the US for over 20 years and the FDA approved PEMF technology in this country in 2004 for pain relief, supporting injury and wound healing, etc.. The obvious contraindication to receiving PEMF treatments would be an implanted cardiac pacemaker.
Q: Can more than one area of the body be treated during one session?
A: Yes, 1-3 areas can usually be treated during one session. Treatments are administered while seated or lying comfortably.
Q: Do I wear my clothes during the treatment?
A: Yes, all treatments are easily administered through clothing.
Q: How many treatment sessions are needed to offer benefits (pain relief, increased healing, etc.)?
A: You may notice improvements after your first session; however, many conditions require a therapeutic trial of 6-10 sessions for full beneficial effects. Treatment response and number of sessions required can vary with each individual.
Q: Will my health insurance cover PEMF treatments? What is the cost for this treatment?
A: No, even though they are extremely safe and cost effective, health insurance policies do no currently cover PEMF treatments. Fortunately, these treatments are quite affordable and cash discounts may apply for multiple treatment sessions.
As a way to introduce you to this amazing healing modality and to determine if PEMF therapy might be helpful and appropriate for you, your initial PEMF treatment is COMPLIMENTARY.
Common Conditions Treated with PEMF Therapy
- Neck, middle, and lower back pain & injuries
- Shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand pain & injuries
- Hip, knee, ankle, foot, pain and injuries
- Sprains & Strains
- Tendon, muscle, and joint problems
- Nerve pain, neuralgias
- Wound healing
- Acute & Chronic conditions
Please contact our office with any further questions regarding PEMF treatment.
* Note: These statements have not been approved by the FDA.
Further Information: Pulse4Life.com