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Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy


  • Reduces Pain and Inflammation: Alleviates chronic pain and swelling.
  • Promotes Healing: Speeds up recovery from injuries.
  • Enhances Circulation: Improves blood flow and nutrient delivery.
  • Boosts Energy Levels: Increases vitality and overall well-being.
  • Effective for Various Conditions: Helps with chronic pain, arthritis, sports injuries, and more.
  • Non-Invasive and Safe: Backed by extensive research, tailored to individual needs.
  • Natural Health Approach: Supports your journey to better health and wellness.


  • Low, medium & high intensity: All in one controller - magnetic field intensity ranges from 10 to 100 Gauss, tailored for precise treatment.
  • Versatile applicators: Includes additional options like mattresses and pillows for targeted therapy sessions.
  • Multifunctional design: Functions as both a full-body therapy mat and a localized treatment device.
    User-friendly Interface: Simple, easy-to-use programs for seamless operation.


Verified review

"I have experienced a PEMF treatment on a sports ankle injury and I was very impressed. This treatment allowed a full recovery and I was able to resume running & sports with no recurrent pain whatsoever. Fabulous and I would highly recommend this treatment."

Kat. T. Trustpilot


PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field) therapy works by delivering electromagnetic pulses to the body, which interact with cells and tissues to stimulate healing processes. The fundamentals of PEMF therapy involve using specific frequencies and intensities to penetrate tissues and promote cellular function. These electromagnetic pulses enhance the movement of ions and electrolytes, improving cellular energy and function. By boosting blood circulation, oxygenation, and nutrient uptake, PEMF therapy accelerates tissue repair and reduces inflammation. It is based on the principle that every cell in the body produces an electromagnetic field, and external PEMF can enhance the body's natural healing mechanisms, leading to improved health and well-being.


Magnetotherapy is a preventive, curative, and rehabilitative physical therapy that uses low-frequency, low-intensity pulsed magnetic fields. Its effects include:

Magnetotherapy stimulates cellular repair and regeneration by using low-frequency, low-intensity pulsed magnetic fields. These fields enhance the movement of ions and electrolytes, boosting cellular energy and function. The therapy promotes the synthesis of proteins and growth factors, accelerating tissue repair and wound healing. It is particularly effective for healing bone fractures and regenerating damaged tissues, making it a valuable tool for post-injury recovery and rehabilitation.



Magnetotherapy reduces inflammation by affecting the migration and activity of inflammatory cells. The pulsed magnetic fields modulate the production of cytokines and other inflammatory mediators, decreasing swelling and redness. This anti-inflammatory effect is beneficial for treating conditions such as arthritis, tendonitis, and other inflammatory diseases. By reducing inflammation, magnetotherapy helps alleviate pain and promotes faster healing of injured tissues.

The anti-edemic properties of magnetotherapy help reduce fluid retention and swelling in tissues. The therapy improves lymphatic drainage and blood circulation, which helps to clear excess fluids from the affected areas. This reduction in edema is particularly useful for treating injuries like contusions and joint sprains, where swelling can impede healing and cause discomfort. Enhanced circulation also ensures better oxygen and nutrient delivery to tissues, further supporting recovery.


Pain Relief
Magnetotherapy provides pain relief by modulating nerve signals and reducing muscle spasms. The pulsed magnetic fields influence the production of endorphins, the body's natural painkillers, and inhibit pain signals in the nervous system. This analgesic effect makes magnetotherapy an effective treatment for both acute and chronic pain conditions, such as muscle-articular traumas and joint pain. By addressing the underlying causes of pain, magnetotherapy helps improve mobility and quality of life.


Conditions Treated by PEMF Therapy


PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field) therapy is a versatile and non-invasive treatment that has been shown to be effective in managing a wide range of conditions. Here are some of the conditions that can benefit from PEMF therapy:

Arthritis and Arthrosis

PEMF therapy helps alleviate the pain and inflammation associated with arthritis and arthrosis, enhancing joint mobility and reducing stiffness.


Articular Pain and Joint Inflammation

By improving blood circulation and reducing inflammation, PEMF therapy provides significant relief from articular pain and joint inflammation, promoting faster healing.


Bursitis and Tendinitis

PEMF therapy reduces swelling and pain in conditions like bursitis and tendinitis by modulating inflammatory responses and enhancing tissue repair.


Cervical Arthrosis and Cervicalgia


For those suffering from cervical arthrosis and cervicalgia, PEMF therapy can relieve neck pain and improve cervical spine mobility.


Chondrite and Patellar Chondropathy

PEMF therapy supports the healing of cartilage injuries, making it effective for conditions such as chondrite and patellar chondropathy.


Coxoarthrosis and Gonoarthrosis

PEMF therapy helps manage hip and knee joint degeneration, reducing pain and improving function in conditions like coxoarthrosis and gonoarthrosis.


Discopathies and Vertebral Pain

By enhancing cellular repair and reducing inflammation, PEMF therapy can alleviate pain and improve function in discopathies and other vertebral pain conditions.


Enthesitis and Epicondylitis

PEMF therapy helps reduce pain and inflammation in enthesitis and epicondylitis (tennis elbow), promoting faster recovery and better function.


Fractures and Pseudoarthrosis

PEMF therapy accelerates the healing of bone fractures and supports the treatment of pseudoarthrosis (non-union of fractures), enhancing bone regeneration.


Heel Pain and Plantar Fasciitis

PEMF therapy provides effective pain relief for heel pain and plantar fasciitis by reducing inflammation and promoting tissue repair.


Limb Neuralgia and Sciatica

By modulating nerve function and reducing inflammation, PEMF therapy can alleviate the pain and discomfort associated with limb neuralgia and sciatica.


Lumbago and Lombosciatalgia

PEMF therapy helps relieve lower back pain and sciatica (lumbago and lombosciatalgia), improving mobility and reducing discomfort.


Luxations and Sprains

PEMF therapy accelerates the healing of luxations (dislocations) and sprains by reducing swelling and enhancing tissue repair.


Muscular Pain and Spasms

PEMF therapy is effective in reducing muscular pain and spasms, promoting relaxation and enhancing muscle recovery.


Osteoporosis and Rheumatic Diseases

PEMF therapy supports bone health, making it beneficial for managing osteoporosis and various rheumatic diseases by enhancing bone density and reducing inflammation.


Tendinopathy and Tenosynovitis

PEMF therapy helps manage tendinopathy and tenosynovitis by reducing pain and inflammation, promoting tendon health and function.


PEMF therapy is a powerful tool in the management of these and many other conditions, offering a natural and effective approach to pain relief, inflammation reduction, and tissue regeneration.

June 2024

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