PEMFAre you looking for a lasting solution for pain relief and overall wellness?

Here at Kruger Chiropractic Center, we can help. We offer Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Field (PEMF) therapy for fast relief from chronic pain and inflammation and improved quality of life. PEMF therapy is a noninvasive treatment and safe approach for pain management that helps decrease drug use and dependency.

Why is P.E.M.F. Done?

A pulsed electro-magnetic field, also known as pulsed magnetic therapy or pulse magnetotherapy, is a technology that involves the emission of low levels of electromagnetic energy at various points of your body. The FDA approved the technology for post-surgical pain and healing, knee pain, pain and inflammation, bone healing, and psychological repair with no adverse reactions. PEMF therapy harnesses the body’s ability to naturally generate electromagnetic waves to help heal tissues through pulses of magnetic fields administered to your tissues to promote repairs at the cellular levels. Since PEMF therapy works at cellular levels, it can address the underlying cause of your pain. The PMF device electromagnetic pulses also help speed up cell regeneration and stimulate bone tissue growth.

Every cell in your body is a little battery or capacitator which holds a charge. The whole body is electrical, and for cells to function at their optimal level, they each require an electrical charge. At times, your body’s cells might lose their charge, affecting their ability to work usually. When most cells are not performing well, illness and pain occur. PEMF therapy charges up your cells and enhances the body’s natural ability to optimise its functions. The charged cells absorb vital nutrients, excrete waste and reproduce new, healthy cells. PEMF therapy has been widely researched for decades and has shown positive outcomes in individuals experiencing:

  • Migraines
  • Sports injuries
  • Back and joint problems
  • Edema and swelling
  • Lack of circulation
  • Skin wound healing
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Stiffness
  • Hip and ankle pain
  • Shoulder and neck pain
  • Osteoarthritis