Frequently Asked Questions
1. Is PEMF safe to use?
Pulse Centers PEMF systems are safe for all ages, unless you have an implanted electronic device including a pacemaker, defibrillator, cochlear hearing device, are pregnant, actively bleeding or have blood clots.
2. Is PEMF FDA approved?
Yes, PEMF therapy is FDA approved for stimulating bone growth, reducing post-operative edema and pain, depression, and headaches.
3. What are the benefits of PEMF therapy?
By using PEMF daily you can optimize your health and wellness. Over time the cells in our bodies begin to lose their energy. The reduction of your cells energy is the root of cellular dysfunction. With PEMF you can energize your cells and reduce the risk of the cellular dysfunction. As long as the cells in your body remain healthy, your body will remain healthy. Numerous benefits of PEMF therapy have been manifested through more than 2,000 medical studies> Click here to view some of the latest research studies on PEMF.
4. What types of health conditions does PEMF address?
As Dr. Magda Havas, Associate Professor of Environmental & Resource Studies at Trent University states, "PEMF (pulsed electromagnetic field) devices do not treat just specific conditions. They optimize the body’s natural self-healing and self-regulating function" so they can treat a myriad of issues.
5. Are there any adverse affects?
One of the PEMF's jobs is to release toxins from the cells. Some people have an abundance of toxins and the body is unable to rid itself at the rate they are being dispelled. That said, while there are no harmful affects, PEMF can occasionally cause muscle soreness, lightheadedness, and fatigue. That's why it is recommended to drink a lot of water prior to doing PEMF therapy and following treatment. This will flush out irritating toxins and help alleviate this issue.