Electromagnetic Field Therapy
Electromagnetic field therapy, also known as pulsed electromagnetic field therapy or PEMF, is a contemporary and innovative method used to treat musculoskeletal pain, improving neurological diseases' symptoms. It is non-invasive, providing individuals with a safe and easy process to improve pain, motor coordination, and memory.
Electromagnetic Field Therapy and Health
Electromagnetic field therapy may play a prominent role in musculoskeletal health. For example, this therapy helps treat pain that is often associated with musculoskeletal diseases. Not only are musculoskeletal conditions painful, but they also limit the dexterity, mobility, and functional ability of individuals. This condition may impede individuals' ability to work, manage daily needs, or participate in physical activity.
Electromagnetic field therapy improves neurological health, including improving neural activity and neurological pain. All cells can experience damage and loss of function through various means, but this is most detrimental to nerve cells, as their loss of function can translate to loss of mobility, cognitive function, and pain. Electromagnetic field therapy improves neural function, leading to less pain, greater mobility, better brain function, and better quality of life.
Benefits of Electromagnetic Field Therapy
- Reduces musculoskeletal and neurological pain
- Increases circulation and reduces inflammation
- It helps to relieve pain from migraines and arthritis
- Enhances cognitive function and memory
- Improves balance, mobility, and motor coordination
- Aides in cell and tissue function throughout the body
- Increased energy and better sleep
Electromagnetic Field Therapy at Re-Gen Fitness and Recovery
At Re-Gen Fitness and Recovery, we utilize a pulsed electromagnetic field within a hyperbaric chamber, which maximized the effects of both treatments. Electromagnetic Field Therapy is typically used by individuals with neurological, neuromuscular, or musculoskeletal conditions, but it can benefit all users.