PEMF Therapy at Infuzed IV Bar
What is Pulsed PEMF Therapy?
Pulsed PEMF therapy treats your cells like batteries. It’s common for them to slowly be drained of energy. By the end of a day, your body and mind may feel tired and depleted. That’s where PEMF technology can help. Dr. Girardi uses it to generate energy in your cells without an invasive procedure. This amplifies your natural energy and encourages your body to function more effectively in DuBois, PA. Also known as low field magnetic stimulation, it uses electromagnetic fields to try to help cellular dysfunction.
How does PEMF therapy work?
Pulsed PEMF therapy sends magnetic energy into the body. These energy waves work with your body’s natural magnetic field to improve healing. The magnetic fields help you to increase electrolytes and ions. This naturally influences electrical changes on a cellular level and influences cellular metabolism. It works with your body’s own recovery processes to help relieve chronic pain. Best of all, it’s entirely safe.
Ultimately, the human body requires electricity to sign signals throughout the body and to your brain. PEMF therapy effectively can realign the electricity in your cells. When a cell is stimulated, it allows positive charges to enter a cell in an open ION channel. The inside of this cell becomes positively charged, which will trigger other electrical currents, turning into pulses. This can positively influence movement, healing, and sending of signals. Any disruption in electrical currents can lead to dysfunction or illness. Pulsed PEMF therapy helps restore this disruption in electrical current to the normal state, which promotes overall wellness.
Who do we recommend pulsed PEMF therapy to?
At Infuzed IV Bar of DuBois, we recommend this to patients with pain or dysfunction in their:
We also recommend this pulsed therapy to patients suffering from:
❖Chronic inflammation in joints or the soft tissues
❖Chronic fatigue symptoms or ❖chronic fatigue syndrome
❖Osteopenia or osteoporosis
❖Poor wound healing
During a consultation, Dr. Girardi can determine if your chronic condition or injury warrants the use of Pulsed PEMF therapy.
Benefits of PEMF therapy
Literally, there are so many benefits to a regular PEMF therapy session. Research by NASA and other bodies has found that PEMF therapy can deliver the following results:
- Better circulation
- Pain reduction
- Improved muscle relaxation and performance
- Decreased inflammation and swelling
- Improved oxygenation in tissue
- Enhanced cellular repair and recovery
- Improved immune system
- Better sleep
ASA has found that PEMF therapy offers rehabilitation benefits for astronauts returning from space. “Lack of gravity impacts bones, muscles, and cardiovascular system. The transition of astronauts from one gravity field to another is an intense experience that requires some time for them to adopt,” reports one article. PEMF has been found by NASA researchers to significantly stimulate tissue growth and repair, enhance cell function, and moderate some neurodegenerative diseases. If it’s good enough for astronauts, it’s good enough for us earthlings, no?
There’s also some evidence to suggest that PEMF therapy can help with anti-aging. PEMF pulses can stimulate the production of HGH and Melatonin, two hormones that are known to have anti-aging properties (and help with sleep). Biohackers love PEMF therapy for its potential to extend our lifespans and improve cellular regeneration.
PEMF works to stimulate your Autonomic Nervous System, a part of the brain and nervous system that controls many parts of your body’s healing and health abilities. It also controls breathing, heart rate, and other vital functions. When you’re able to balance your ANS, your body is able to function and recover properly in less time. Pretty amazing, right?
Recharge your cells and reduce inflammation and pain with Pulsed PEMF therapy
When you’re looking for ways to improve your health and reduce pain and discomfort, schedule an appointment at Infuzed IV Bar to learn more about pulsed PEMF therapy. Dr. Girardi offers this innovative treatment to men and women. To learn if you’re a good candidate for this therapy, call our office today.
This image shows how PEMF therapy can “charge” your red blood cells. As you see in the picture to the left, the red blood cells are clumped together. Had you seen a live video of this slide, it would show that the red blood cells move about in a very slow motion. On the right, you see the red blood cells have split apart and are very active moving after the PEMF treatment.