For Arthritis, PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field) Therapy has proven itself. Magnetic therapy or PEMF therapy for Arthritis is highly sought after healing modality as it’s safe, non-invasive and drug-free.
As we will learn from this article and research review, PEMF Devices can easily help mitigate effects of degenerative conditions that are bone and tissue including all types of Arthritis.
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Numerous trials and studies have been conducted to measure the effectiveness as well as side-effects of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field therapy for Arthritis and indeed most important Orthopedic conditions. We’ve presented ten such studies in the bibliography below for your reference. You may search for more by visiting PubMed directly and searching for “PEMF Arthritis” or any variants that may interest you such as Osteoporosis or Osteoarthritis (OA).
Conclusions and case studies about PEMF therapy for Arthritis show that, PEMF therapy doesn’t just reduce pain, but when done right, heals the condition and avoids degeneration too.
“This is the most important aspect of use of PEMFs, that is, healing the tissue, not just “numbing and dumbing” the perception of pain.”, says Dr. Pawluk about PEMF therapy for Pain Management.
PEMF Devices for Arthritis
Just a few years back, this knowledge and it’s applications were new and expensive to approach. Now with the digital age and a revolution in wellness, PEMF devices are accessible much more easily than earlier. Sufficient development time has gone into the design and development of PEMF products. We recently made a resource to help you figure out which PEMF therapy devices work best for you.
The reason PEMF works so well is simple, enlightening and effective. Since all our cells function and communicate on principles of Bio-electromagnetics, it’s possible and now proven that they can be repaired to large extent by training them to work effectively by mimicking healthy behavior and thus entraining them to work more effectively. That’s what results in long-term and actual healing, rather than symptomatic pain relief.
To apply PEMF therapy for Arthritis, simply place the electromagnets or applicators near, on or below affected area and simply rest. Nightly, regular use of PEMF therapy for Arthritis has shown great results specially for those who have an EarthPulse. Below testimonial about effectiveness of PEMF therapy for Arthritis is taken from EarthPulse PEMF Reviews page.
Paula, my wife, after being very leery of gadgetry and supplements became a believer. Her improvement has been just short of spectacular. Her rheumatoid arthritis is about 80% less than before.
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Written by: Glenn
Paula, my wife, after being very leery of gadgetry and supplements became a believer. Her improvement has been just short of spectacular. Her rheumatoid arthritis is about 80% less than before. She doesn’t even ice after dances and hiking any more. Dance is one of the most damaging activities for arthritis in our experience. After using PEMF therapy for Arthritis, her hearing has returned to normal except for the highest notes. Her vision improved for distance. In fact she stopped wearing spectacles. Even her acuity seems to have improved. Her memory improvement has been huge and started before Earthpulse, but it’s been steadily improving and she estimates about 60% and that could be true. She improved so much that she started doing crossword puzzles and anagrams again and multi-tasking at work became easier. Paula’s memory is now definitely superior to mine. I take refuge in the fact I can still beat her at darts.
5 / 5 stars
PEMF Therapy for Arthritis Research References
Ganesan K, Gengadharan A, Balachandran C, Manohar B, Puvanakrishnan R. Low frequency pulsed electromagnetic field–a viable alternative therapy for arthritis. Indian J Exp Biol
. 2009;47(12):939-948. [PubMed]
Veronesi F, Torricelli P, Giavaresi G, et al. In vivo effect of two different pulsed electromagnetic field frequencies on osteoarthritis. J Orthop Res
. 2014;32(5):677-685. [PubMed]
Nelson F, Zvirbulis R, Pilla A. Non-invasive electromagnetic field therapy produces rapid and substantial pain reduction in early knee osteoarthritis: a randomized double-blind pilot study. Rheumatol Int
. 2013;33(8):2169-2173. [PubMed]
Iannitti T, Fistetto G, Esposito A, Rottigni V, Palmieri B. Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy for management of osteoarthritis-related pain, stiffness and physical function: clinical experience in the elderly. Clin Interv Aging
. 2013;8:1289-1293. [PubMed]
Bjordal J, Johnson M, Lopes-Martins R, Bogen B, Chow R, Ljunggren A. Short-term efficacy of physical interventions in osteoarthritic knee pain. A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised placebo-controlled trials. BMC Musculoskelet Disord
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Ongaro A, Pellati A, Masieri F, et al. Chondroprotective effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields on human cartilage explants. Bioelectromagnetics
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Zorzi C, Dall’Oca C, Cadossi R, Setti S. Effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields on patients’ recovery after arthroscopic surgery: prospective, randomized and double-blind study. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc
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Chang W, Chen L, Sun J, Lin F. Effect of pulse-burst electromagnetic field stimulation on osteoblast cell activities. Bioelectromagnetics
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Mert T, Gunay I, Gocmen C, Kaya M, Polat S. Regenerative effects of pulsed magnetic field on injured peripheral nerves. Altern Ther Health Med
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Fischer G, Pelka R, Barovic J. [Adjuvant treatment of knee osteoarthritis with weak pulsing magnetic fields. Results of a placebo-controlled trial prospective clinical trial]. Z Orthop Ihre Grenzgeb
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