How do other wellness modalities compare to Pulse Equine PEMF?
The short answer: they don’t.
We provide our owners with unmatched training and support to cultivate the heart of a healer, the mind of a business owner, and of course the art of PEMF for wellness. So, when clients work with one of our Certified Pulse PEMF Professionals, they can be assured they will be getting a knowledgeable, experienced, highly-trained professional.
Is PEMF the same as magnetic blankets and boots?
The difference is in the delivery method.
While magnetic blankets provide a low, uniform level of power, PEMF produces higher voltage applications of electromagnetic fields. The main differences are as follows:
- Pulse Equine PEMF machines’ power is not limited to battery packs. The power source comes from your standard wall outlet which allows for continual pulsing. This is great for busy owners or multi-animal facilities!
- Pulse Equine PEMF machines are easily adjustable, high-powered devices. The ability to adjust the intensity allows you to provide the optimal level of power needed to a specific area.
- Pulse Equine PEMF accessories can stimulate very specific points ANYWHERE on the animal’s body.
How is Pulse Equine PEMF different from Shockwave?
Focal area and comfort level
The main differences are as follows:
- PEMF can be used anywhere on the body, while shockwave can only be done on very specific points and areas of the body.
- PEMF is non-invasive, gentle and painless. NO sedation is required, while animals quickly relax and enjoy the PEMF session. Shockwave may be uncomfortable or even painful as it creates energy by concussion and sound waves.
- Shockwave usually requires sedation, while PEMF does not. Because of these additional risks, Shockwave therapy must be performed by a Veterinarian.
- Pulse Equine PEMF systems have a wide focal area and wave area. Shockwave has a small focal area that goes down to a point at its deepest penetration.
Pulse Equine PEMF vs. Laser Treatments?
Area, penetration, and time
While both the laser and Pulse Equine PEMF deliver energy to the body, the main differences are as follows:
- Pulse Equine PEMF systems have a wide focal area, and the wave area does not diminish as it penetrates the body. Lasers have a very small focal area of less than an inch.
- Lasers have a limited penetration of less than 2 inches, unless the power is increased, which increases the potential to damage the cells at the surface. Pulse Equine PEMF machines’ electromagnetic waves can travel into the body without causing harm.
- PEMF can be used on the whole body and takes 45 to 60 minutes for a full body session. Since lasers have such a small focal point, it takes a long time to address a larger area, making full body sessions implausible.