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The Secret to Animal Wellness
PEMF is now being used on nearly every type of animal in nearly every competitive discipline and is quickly becoming the norm for animal wellness optimization!
Pulse Equine PEMF machines and accessories are able to penetrate gently but deeply into an animal’s body, stimulating areas not easily reached with massage, lasers, or other noninvasive methods. With our new, advanced technology, PEMF can be performed quickly and efficiently on every animal in your barn, zoo, home, or property.
What does it feel like?
Animals love the way PEMF feels, and it shows in their honest bodily responses. During a session, you may notice the animal’s head dropping, eyes closing, as well as licking and chewing. These responses are often the result of electromagnetic fields stimulating acupuncture points and activating the parasympathetic nervous system. These releases tell us the animal is truly relaxed and, with that, they stop holding tension in certain areas of their body.
What are the benefits of PEMF?
Over 2,000 double blind studies have documented the effects of PEMF as a wellness modality. Under the guidance of a veterinarian, Pulse PEMF sessions could potentially support a wide range of animal wellness issues. Keep in mind that PEMF is not used to diagnose or treat any medical condition. Instead, it addresses underlying cellular dysfunction by stimulating and exercising the cell, supporting the cell’s ability to do its job better.
Optimize Animal Wellness Non-Invasively
Increase Range of Motion
Generate Natural Cellular Energy
Natural Support for Healthy Joint and Cartilage Function
Assist with Muscle Fatigue and Discomfort After Exercise
Support General Relaxation
PEMF should not be used to diagnose or treat any medical condition. Instead, it is a general wellness modality for any animal. PEMF addresses underlying cellular dysfunction by stimulating and exercising the cell thereby supporting the cell’s ability to do its job better. Since PEMF works on the cellular level of the body, it can reach every system and every part of the body. Consult a licensed veterinarian before using PEMF on your animals.