PEMF has been known for:

•Reducing, if not eliminating joint discomfort
•Stimulating bone growth
•An adjunct to treat postoperative edema and pain
•An adjunct to cervical fusion surgery
•Depression in patients unresponsive to medication
•Reversing the bone loss and muscle degeneration experienced by astronauts

Keeping Cells 'Ripe', Not Rotting

Imagine a cell in your body as a fresh grape; healthy, vibrant and alive. Now imagine that same cell as a raisin; once a vibrant grape, drained and dry of all its vitality. This illustration of cellular decay is similar to what happens when your body lacks the energy to perform optimally.

As reported by the Mayo Clinic, “regular exercise helps prevent or manage a wide range of health problems and concerns”. There is no disputing that an exercise program is good for you.

Science has proven that damaged, weak cells have an imbalance electrical gradient or charge and that there are only four main ways to recharge a cell:

1.Exercise
2.Raw Food
3.Natural Spring Water
4.Magnetic Fields or PEMF

While effective, the first three options are slow acting. PEMF allows you to quickly bring cells back into electrical balance, increasing nutrient circulation and oxygen flow so that each cell then has the energy to work as the body intends.