PEMF and the TMJ

PEMF and the TMJ

PEMF keeps many different types of animals at their best, and so many of them are more than just pets—they’re workers, providers, and athletes! Their bodies are stressed in many different ways. Over the years, supplemental modalities and preventative measures for...
What is the Pulse?

What is the Pulse?

During a PEMF session that is either a low-to-high intensity or simply a high-intensity device, the animal is likely to experience the pulse with involuntary muscle contractions. This has typically been compared to the sensation with electrical stimulation (E-stim)...
Why Do a Whole-Body Session?

Why Do a Whole-Body Session?

The “Why” Behind the Whole Body. One of the questions we often hear at Pulse Equine is, “Why complete a session on the whole horse when there is a need in just one area?” If you are a client of one of our trained Pulse Equine PEMF Professionals, you may...
The Head of it All

The Head of it All

“If I pulse his head, will I get a sound-minded horse?” We have all heard the jokes. We’ve probably made a fair share ourselves, but what can we actually look for when we apply PEMF (a pulsed electromagnetic field) to the head of a horse? More often than not,...
Barrel Racing & PEMF

Barrel Racing & PEMF

Equine barrel racing is one of the most popular western events and continues to grow in numbers and financial worth, year after year. How can we help these horses as unique athletes in their own right? In a sport where every millisecond counts, every advantage you can...
Pulsing the Hamstrings

Pulsing the Hamstrings

The hamstrings are a major focal point of every Pulse Equine full body PEMF session – and are the topic of focus for our monthly blog (for good reason)! Often, the Equine Community at large focuses on maintenance and therapeutic efforts on the joints as the...