Frequently Asked Questions
Here are answers to some of the most common questions we get about Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy.
What is PEMF exercise?
PEMF exercise uses pulsed electromagnetic fields to bathe low energy cells in pure, raw energy. Each cell in your body is actually a capacitor, or battery, which holds a charge. Your entire body is electrical and your cells each need a measurable electrical charge to function optimally. In order to maintain good wellness, cells must be doing their jobs. PEMF exercise supports the body’s natural abilities to optimize balanced body functions – the definition of wellness.
Who benefits from PEMF exercise?
Everyone in the modern world is subject to environmental stresses that can challenge optimal wellness. Today, our bodies rarely make direct contact with the earth which puts us closer to the inherent electromagnetic fields of energy from the earth. The charged atmosphere above us is a standing wave of energy that is stimulated thousands of times a second by lightning and an environment that humans evolved in. Today, these natural energies are no longer experienced by people in their pure form. With the establishment of mobile internet, WiFi and data transmissions, exposure levels have reached an unexpected dimension and quality. Therapeutic PEMF devices operate at an extremely low frequency, are non-ionizing and have been used safely around the world for decades. PEMF is an outside energy source that recharges stressed, underpowered cells like the batteries they essentially are so they can meet the energy demands for optimal cell function.
What is the difference between PEMF Exercise and Electrosmog?
Electrosmog describes the artificially created electrical magnetic, and electromagnetic fields that first began developing with the rollout of the electrical grid a century ago. Pulsed Electromagnetic Field devices should not be compared to 50/60 Hz electromagnetic radiation around high voltage power lines and transformers which induce a continuous electromagnetic field.
The goal of the PEMF system is to produce a magnetic field that penetrates the body and supports its natural functions. This requires a very long wavelength and low frequency. Most PEMF systems produce frequencies in the extremely low frequency to very low frequency range on the electromagnetic spectrum, much closer to the earth’s frequencies, are non-ionizing and have been used safely around the world for decades.
What can I expect after the first session?
You will feel energized and this feeling can last for a few hours or less after a session. Take note how long this feeling last; it tells your technician how many sessions you will need to achieve your goals. If you feel tired after a session, this may be due to a detox reaction. Your body wants to clean house and is getting rid of toxins. Resting and drinking plenty of water may support this detox reaction.
How much PEMF Exercise do I need?
The human body is complex, and everyone is different, therefore it is impossible to come up with an exact number on how many PEMF sessions someone would need.
What makes Pulse Center Systems different?
We are the most powerful systems on the market and are predominantly use in Clinical settings. The XL Pro and X1 are the only systems on the market that can power two accessories uniformly at once. We have produced the most advanced accessories.
What wave forms are used?
Our machine produces an impulse to create every pulse as a singular unique electromagnetic event. The impulse creates rectangular waves that “ring out” with saw tooth waves.
Can we use PEMF on people with stents or metal implants?
Yes. The magnetic field will not go through metal but will go around implants to the surrounding tissue.
Is it safe to use on anyone?
No, anyone with implanted electrical devices including pacemakers, cochlear implants, intrathecal pumps, etc, cannot use PEMF Exercise because the magnetic field can disable or shut the devices off.
Persons with active bleeding or hemorrhaging conditions or during heavy menstruation cannot use PEMF.
PEMFs have not been proven safe for pregnant women, so we do not recommend it.
People with organ transplants on immunosuppression should not use PEMF.
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