Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Field technology is a soothing modality that stimulates and exercises the cells to address cellular dysfunction and support overall wellness.[1,2]

PEMF might seem like a new technology in North America, but it has been used throughout Europe and other countries for more than 50 years. 2000+ studies have demonstrated the possible benefits of PEMF, and it is a widely used supportive modality[11] for general wellness and athletic performance of people and animals[3,7,8] (including dogs, cats, and show, race and pleasure horses) around the world.

[1,2,3,7,8,11]To locate the citations referenced here, visit info.pulseequine.com/research.

PEMF – It’s Correlation to Enhanced Energy, Endurance and Performance

Effect of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields (PEMF) on Mouse Bone Marrow-Derived Macrophages

The Science Behind PEMF

The science behind PEMF is a well-studied methodology that’s been around for over a hundred years. Here at Pulse Equine, we’ve bridged the gap between early pioneering discoveries and modern technology to create a natural, noninvasive complement to overall greater wellness.

Imagine your cells as batteries — daily stressors slowly drain them of the energy they need to function optimally. By the end of the day, your body, mind, and soul may feel completely depleted. That’s where PEMF technology comes in!

PEMF generates energy at the cellular level without medically invasive procedures. This amplification of natural energy encourages the body to function more effectively for overall wellness.[1] By stimulating and exercising the cell, PEMF addresses dysfunction where it starts (at the cellular level).[2] Human users often report feeling relaxed during a PEMF session and energized afterwards, and animal clients tend to exhibit relaxation and satisfying releases.

[1,2]To locate the citations referenced here, visit info.pulseequine.com/research.

Why PEMF?

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