To improve Achilles tendon-healing outcomes, various non-invasive therapeutics have been investigated, including ultrasound and laser therapy. 8, 9 One study suggests that pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy improved tendon tensile strength after Achilles tendon rupture and repair.
Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (PEMF) is the key to stimulating your fibroblasts. It has been scientifically proven to energize fibroblasts by literally charging your cells with a gentle electromagnetic pulse. This helps the injured cells gain the energy needed to heal themselves, delivering nutrients and oxygen to the mitochondria for energy production.
Not only will PEMF stimulate your body’s natural ability to heal sprains and strains, but it enhances your circulation and oxygen absorption abilities as well. This allows your body to absorb nutrients better and eliminate cellular waste more efficiently.
PEMF induces electrical variation in the body's cells to influence cell metabolism. The electromagnetic field penetrates through your body muscles yielding long-term benefits and pain alleviation. Another perk of the process is that it requires a short duration of 2-20 minutes.
Numerous clinical studies have demonstrated that PEMF therapy has been successful in reducing inflammation. PEMF therapy treats the cellular source of swelling by recharging the cells with a mild electromagnetic current.
PEMF reduced pain intensity and sensation scores in a small trial of patients with diabetic neuropathy. The incidence of type 2 diabetes has increased strikingly in the last several decades.
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