PEMF therapy

has been thoroughly studied for 30 years.

The research carried out during that time by renowned scientists, as well as many years of practical experience by thousands of doctors, therapists, and chiropractors, prove the beneficial effects of this device.

Each one of the 75 trillion cells in the human body is vibrating at a frequency which is creating homeostasis, or balance, within our system.

The planet Earth has its own natural electromagnetic pulse that all living beings rely on for development and growth of tissues such as bone.

According to scientific research, it has been proved that this pulse has naturally decreased over the last several thousands of years – too short a time for our genetic system to become accustomed to.

We are also surrounded by electrosmog from computers, microwaves, cell phones, etc.

All of these put undue stress on our cells.

As mentioned above, disruption of electromagnetic energy in cells triggers impaired cell metabolism, whatever the initial cause.

This can take place anywhere in the disease process. As a result, PEMF deals with the impaired chemistry, and thus the function, of cells.

By delivering beneficial, health-enhancing EMFs and frequencies to the cells, PEMF therapy strengthens weak cells.

Therapeutic PEMFs are specially designed to support cellular energy by stimulating many of the chemical and electrical processes in the tissues, which results in better cellular health and function.

Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy is a fast, simple, and effective way to improve the healing potential of each and every cell in the body.

full-body devices start from $2,500-3,000, our PEMF Mat costs only $1,499.00 (and this price will be even lower if you’ll use 10% off + free shipping coupon “NBSCIENCE10”, which makes the final price just $1,349.01).

was first developed by a group of German researchers that specialized in how high-frequency electropollution affects the human body.
Benefits of PEMF

According to clinical evidence, PEMF therapy decreases pain associated with trauma from sports injuries, accidents, burns, and surgeries, as well as from degeneration and disease.

PEMF therapy improves these conditions in numerous different concurrent ways including in the chemical, mechanical, magnetic, and electrical processes within the cells of the body.

In 1995, Walker and Siskin provided a summary of clinical results on soft tissue damage.

They observed no side effects from PEMF, and the following positive effects were reported:

Decreased pain
Increased range of motion
Reduced inflammation
Reduced muscle loss after surgery
Faster functional recovery
Faster healing of skin wounds
Increased tensile strength in ligaments
Acceleration of nerve regeneration
Enhanced capillary formation
Decreased tissue necrosis

In the Bioelectric Research Center, Columbia University, NY, 1993, time-varying PMFs were applied to produce voltages similar to those induced normally during the dynamic mechanical deformation of connective tissues, with an intent to control cellular function and understand the mechanisms by which PEMF therapy operates.

According to this study, a number of challenging musculoskeletal disorders has been treated with PEMF therapy.

Moreover, the range of treatable illnesses has since been broadened, which includes wound healing, nerve regeneration, diabetes, graft behavior, and myocardial and cerebral ischemia (heart attack and stroke), among other conditions.

NASA’s conclusions

PEMF provides:

accelerated cell growth
greater cell viability
upregulation of genes related to collagen production
better organized cell morphology
high-speed square wave increased cell growth by four times
bioelectric potentiation of nerve stimulation and restoration

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