What is good for humans is also good for animals. In fact, the benefits of PEMF therapy are documented in multiple peer-reviewed clinical studies for a wide range of medical conditions. The short answer to is pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) effective for pets is yes.
In the 21st Century, people and animals are continually exposed to damaging electromagnetic fields (EMF), limiting their exposure to Earth’s vital pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF).
Soviet Researcher, Georges Lakhovsky, noted cells are equipped with biological receivers that react to every stimulus in the environment stating, “Every cell is stimulated by the resonating interaction of the rhythmical flow of electromagnetic currents.”
Pulsed Harmonix’s TruePulse A2000® releases a series of carefully-timed pulses that closely resemble earth’s naturally occurring PEMFs, revitalizing body tissue at the cellular level.
Dr. William Pawluk speaks out about the healing properties for dogs, cats, horses and other animals using Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF). PEMF has been FDA- approved to fuse broken bones and has been cleared in certain devices to reduce swelling and joint pain. PEMF creates a powerful electrical magnetic field that extends approximately 5 feet in circumference from the device. Tissues including blood cells, muscle, ligaments, tendons, bone and cartilage respond to electromagnetic fields as they sweep through the body.
According to Dr. Pawluk new studies show that with the proper field intensity and frequency, treatment with PEMF appears to be life-changing.
Many animals receiving PEMF treatments such as dogs, cats, and horses with joint pain, arthritis, hip dysplasia, and other aches and pains have shown great improvement in their mobility.
Considered a wonderful new natural healing alternative to surgery, PEMF is changing the way people are helping their beloved pets feel better and live longer.
Pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy is effective for pets and safe. Here is a very conclusive video testimonial of how Pulsed Harmonix’s PEMF device helped one of our four-legged clients – Elwood, the American bulldog.
The information and resources provided on this website regarding pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF), and pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (PEMFT), are not intended as medical advice. Users are advised to consult appropriate health professionals and wellness providers on any matter relating to their personal health and wellbeing. In the case of animal use, consult veterinarians as appropriate. Comments and testimonials are to be considered opinions and are not to be construed as US Government approved, nor as applicable to the TruePulse A2000® device. Please read, and heed, all the information provided from your practitioner, as well as that contained in the user guide, provided a purchased Pulsed Harmonix