PEMF is a Powerful Technology according to top Scientists and Doctors in the U.S.
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Solution for Muscle Pains

PHx TruePulse A2000 PEMF device uses electrical energy to send waves of magnetic pulses through blood and tissue. These pulses stimulate and massage the cells resulting in pain relief. You don’t just feel better, you are better!
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The Proof is in the Blood

Over time, stagnant blood cells become stuck together making it difficult, if not impossible, to absorb nutrients, expel toxins, or fight pathogens and viruses. Powerful PEMF pulses energize and rejuvenate the blood.

Does Pulsed Harmonix PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy)
actually relieve pain? The answers is a resounding YES!
View what Space Symposium & EvolveExpo attendees had to say after one 15 to 30 minute treatment.

SPACE SYMPOSIUM VIDEO INTERVIEWS

EVOLVE EXPO VIDEO INTERVIEWS

  • Knot in Your Neck? 4 Ways to Relieve Trigger Point Pain
    Knot in Your Neck? 4 Ways to Relieve Trigger Point Pain
    by By Wellness Team (http://http://health.clevelandclinic.org/) Hunch over a computer keyboard all day and you might feel tightness in your neck. Hit two buckets of golf balls and you might feel pain in your shoulder. Sit in an awkward position for too long and you might feel tension in your back. Sore muscles usually feel better […]
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  • Rapid Mood-Elevating Effects of Low Field Magnetic Stimulation in Depression
    Rapid Mood-Elevating Effects of Low Field Magnetic Stimulation in Depression
    DEPRESSION - Rapid Mood-Elevating Effects of Low Field Magnetic Stimulation in Depression. We previously reported rapid mood elevation following an experimental magnetic resonance imaging procedure in depressed patients with bipolar disorder (BPD). This prompted the design, construction, and testing of a portable electromagnetic device that reproduces only the rapidly oscillating (1 kHz, <1 V/m) electromagnetic field of the experimental procedure, called low field magnetic stimulation (LFMS).
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  • A Quick History and Current Studies of PEMF
    A Quick History and Current Studies of PEMF
    The use of pulsed magnetic field therapy (PEMF) in clinical applications dates back over 500 years. In the late 18th century, Austrian physician Franz Anton Mesmer described the healing properties of passing magnets over the open veins of his patients. In the mid-19th century, magnetic ointments were introduced as remedies for a range of illnesses […]
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