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PEMF Therapy

PEMF Therapy

Everingham Chiropractic Health Center is committed to providing our patients with the latest non-invasive technology for pain relief. Dr. Craig specialises in Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy, or PEMF, a revolutionary pain relief therapy for patients.

PEMF Therapy pulses a magnetic field into the body, creating a profound healing effect. The results are reduced pain, reduction in swelling, and increased range of motion in the affected areas.

Even after years of chronic discomfort, positive results are seen after a few treatments. Pulsed Magnetic Therapy is used by physicians and chiropractors throughout the world and is clinically proven in numerous studies.

Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy re-energizes damaged cells by inducing electrical changes within the cell that restore it to it’s normal healthy state. Because of this, cellular metabolism is boosted, blood cells are regenerated, circulation is improved and oxygen carrying capacity is increased. Ultimately, the immune system becomes healthier, the nervous system relaxes, bones and joints become stronger and vital organs such as the liver, kidneys and colon are able to rid themselves of impurities thus detoxifying the body. Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy can reduce pain and improve the quality of your life by allowing your body to function as it was designed to do.

Think of PEMF as “Magnetically Induced Cellular Exercise”


➢ Circulation
➢ Energy to Cells
➢ Cell Hydration
➢ Bone Density
➢ Lean Muscle Mass
➢ Flexibility
➢ Range of Motion
➢ Stamina
➢ Strength
➢ Endurance
➢ Immune System
➢ Nerve Response
➢ Muscle Response


➢ Pain
➢ Stiffness
➢ Swelling
➢ Inflammation
➢ Edema
➢ Spasms
➢ Stress
➢ Bruises
➢ Contusions

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