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What Is PEMF?
PEMF Therapy, or Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy, is a natural, noninvasive therapy applied to horses, rough stock, livestock, show animals, pets & people to improve wellness at the cellular level. These pulsed fields provide energy to the cells allowing them to function optimally.
PEMF therapy is a gentle, natural, revolutionary wellness modality that may optimize wellness, increase range of motion[7,8], and assist with muscle fatigue and discomfort after exercise by addressing underlying cellular dysfunction.
PEMF stimulates and exercises the body's cells, encouraging the release of toxins and intake of nutrients. This process may generate natural cellular energy[6,7] to support the body's natural abilities.
Pulse Equine PEMF wellness technology should not be used to diagnose, treat, or cure any physical or medical condition. Pulse Equine products have not been evaluated by the FDA and are meant for general wellness.
[1,2,3,6,7,8]To locate the citations referenced here, visit info.pulseequine.com/research
Why Do We Need PEMF
Dr. William Pawluk, MD wrote in his book, "Power Tools For Health"
In addition to naturally occurring magnetic fields, the Earth is now also bathed in artificial currents and EMFs created by humans. These include televisions, power lines, microwaves, and cell phones, among many other sources. Especially in densely populated areas, this aura of manmade magnetic fields easily overpowers the Earth's natural magnetic field sources.
We can't escape our basic nature and the forces of nature around us. All the processes that make us functional as human bodies are part of, interact with, and are dependent upon the magnetic fields around us. When we are deficient in electromagnetic energy or there is insufficient electromagnetic energy around us to help us with the health conditions we are dealing with, aging accelerates, illness is more likely, and our ability to recover and repair is decreased. Since the Earth does not always provide us with the energy we need, external local and controllable sources of comparable energy, such as those provided by PEMFs, can be helpful."
Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy is important to all animals and people, but especially the athletes. Athletes (animals & people) are more susceptible to injuries, strain, or exhaustion. Oftentimes, their conditions are treated with medications that have adverse side effects or invasive surgical procedures. PEMF therapy provides a noninvasive alternative.
Certified PEMF Therapist
I found PEMF therapy while researching ways to better my health. I was exhausted all the time after taking care of my parents while they had cancer, but I couldn't sleep. I developed a sleep pattern (or should I say a non-sleep pattern) that I just couldn't seem to change. I have tennis elbow from 15 years ago and I also have whiplash from 20 years ago. I had to start writing with my left hand because my tennis elbow was so bad I couldn't hold a pen without excruciating pain. I needed to do something to help myself. During my search I had a friend call me and tell me about what he was using on his dog. It was called pulsed electromagnetic field therapy. I looked it up on the internet and started doing some research. The more I read the more it made sense. Just from what I had learned, I knew it would work, so without even trying it I took the plunge and bought my machine. I have been using it at least every other day (as time will allow) and I have seen an improvement in my sleep habits and in the pain from my tennis elbow. I am still in pain, but I am now able to hold a pen and write. There is definitely an improvement.
KyLee rae montoya
Certified PEMF Therapist
I was riding horses before I could walk. I love riding and just being around animals in general. In high school I was an active member of the FFA. As I grew older my interest evolved into wanting to care for and help animals any way I could. Things I didn't know, I always made a point to learn. I am really excited to be a part of improving the health of you and your animals.
PEMF Therapy assistant
That first week my parents took me to my first team roping and my dad gave me a taste of the cowboy life. I guess I was hooked because I’ve been doing it ever since. I entered my first goat roping when I was three years old and I won my first saddle at 9. I was in 4-H and when I got in high school I took Ag classes and I joined the FFA. I started riding bulls in high school and when I was 17 a bull crushed my face. My mom (& the doctor) made me stop, but as soon as I turned 18 I was right back at it. I have always been around animals and farming. It's what I love.