RAPID PAIN RELIEF AND TISSUE HEALING WITH MEGA PULSED ELECTRO-MAGNETIC FIELD THERAPY (PEMF)(TM)
Southern Calfornia's only MEGA PULSED ELECTRO-MAGNETIC FIELD THERAPY (PEMF)(TM) is taking the area by storm due to its effectiveness.
PEMF takes alternating current (AC) and transforms it into DC, producing controllable Electro-Magnetic energy intensity variations ranging from low to high in a controllable manner. As the voltage passes through a coil embedded in the body applicator, it emits a pulsed magnetic field. In application, multiple pulses of energy are generated per second, as well as the intensity is contoled to patient comfort. This stimulates cell function.
With each pulse, electrons inside the body are stimulated while the electrically charged cell membrane of each is gently pulled. In between pulses, cells relax. Essentially, the cells are exercising on a cellular level. The FDA has already approved this devise for this use; to promote cellular exercise. By doing that, the pulse of energy crosses the cell membrane and into the cell stimulating the organells in each cell such as the mitochonria to produce more ATP, the energy that fuels cells the body needs. Organelles are tiny cellular organs that are specialized to perform functions necessary for normal cellular operation. The attached animation describes exactly how this works increasing intake of oxygen and nutrients while dispelling toxins in the cells.
This new devise reduces pain and stimulates healing and repair as you can see from the attached studies. At South Lake Medical Center, we always will bring you the latest in non-drug pain healing innovations.
Call now for your appointment to see if your are a candidate for this exciting new therapy.
Booppalan PR, Arumugan S, Livingston A; Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy Results in Healing of Full Thickness Articular Cartilage Defect. Int Orthop, 2011 Jan;35(1):143-8 doi: 1007/s00264-010-0994. 8 Epub.
De Girolamo L, Stanco D, Galliera E.; Low Frequency Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Affects Proliferation, Tissue-Specific Gene Expression, and Cytokines Release of Human Tendon Cells. Cell Biochem Biophys. 2013 Jul; 66(3); 697-708. doi 10.1007/s12013-013-9514-y