Trainers, Veterinarians, Therapists, and Stable Owners

Since PEMF requires no significant physical effort or strenuous activity from the provider, you can easily pulse several animals in one day. Since PEMF is a non-invasive complementary modality,[11] you can also schedule several sessions per week for each client.

PEMF is rapidly circulating through all venues of the equestrian and animal world as a means to increase range of motion,[6] support joint and cartilage function,[9,10] assist with muscle fatigue and discomfort after exercise,[3] support general relaxation,[4,5] and optimize overall wellness.[1] These PEMF systems are designed to address underlying cellular dysfunction by stimulating and exercising the cells.[2]

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