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Why use PEMF to support better health for your horse?
PEMF therapy is the top equestrian therapy option for horses and riders. A session as short as 40-minutes can reduce soreness, swelling, stiffness, and injury. Recovery time for equine competitors can improve by 70%. PEMF therapy is non-invasive, painless and drug free. Pulsed electromagnetic waves lend energy to damaged cells, allowing them to re-establish proper membrane potential. With the cells back to a healthy state, a natural cascade of healing can begin. The pulse is the stretch and relaxation of the cells, physically moving blood, lymph, and other fluids.
It gets better, the treatment is not stressful at all.. HORSES LOVE IT!!
Benefits for equine use:
• Increases oxygen level in the blood up to 500%
• Increase speed, strength, stamina, suppleness, and range of motion
• Detect areas of soreness or imbalance before they lead to injury
• Dilates the bronchial tubes so they can get more oxygen in and more carbon dioxide out
• Helps to move out any inflammation and mucous in the lungs and chest area
• Increases circulation without increasing heart rate or blood pressure
• Reduces inflammation
• Mobilizes fascia by stretching it one way or the other, depending on how the loop is placed on the body
• Reduces pain, stiffness and swelling from competition, injury or daily wear and tear
• Accelerates healing and reduces recovery time.
• Regulates circadian rhythm (jet lag) to help regulate rest cycles
• Helps with nerve regeneration
• Improves mobility of food matter through the gut to aid in digestion
• Increases bioavailability of supplements
• Detoxes the whole body or can be used to target specific organs
• Boosts the reproductive system prior to breeding
• Improve body function, mental health and overall well-being
PEMF Therapy is completely SAFE when used by certified practitioners, like ourselves!
Common ailments that can be treated with PEMF include: heaves/allergies, arthritis, founder, laminitis, abscess, sole bruising, chronic pain, inflammation, tight muscles, torn ligaments, bone breaks and fractures and wound healing.
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