Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields: How They Heal

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Friday December 22nd, 2017/2.00pm/Lilian Hart

Often times, people living with chronic pain believe that having healthy cells takes a passive process and its expensive to access forgetting that the body is only as healthy as our cells are. Healthy leaving without having chronic pain, arteritis, defect in our bones an soft tissue isn’t rocket science hence the need for Pulse Electromagnetic Fields treatment which is used either alone or along with other therapies, to help cells rebalance dysfunction faster especially when there is an imbalance (symptoms are present or a known disease or condition).

Dr Pawluk stated in his publication that the PEMFs have been used extensively for decades for many conditions and medical disciplines and results can be seen in animals as well as humans. The national institutes for health have made PEMFs a priority for research as PEMFs devices have already been approved by the FDA as well as other standard and organisation and are considered safe to fuse broken bones, wound healing, pain tissues swelling & treat depression etc.

One would ask aren’t some EMFs bad for the body?

Yes they can, as electromogs EMFs are not designed with the body in mind as electromogs are a strong inducer of stress in the body therefore it drains our energy. Electromogs includes dirty electricity ground currents, microwaves & radio waves. But with PEMFs, one can purposely add beneficial balancing frequencies to the body to decrease the burden of the negative effect of electromag EMFs.

For more details on how PEMFs heals, kindly see here:

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