Thousands of studies have been carried out worldwide, showing probable benefits of PEMF in aiding the healing of soft-tissue wounds, helping to suppress inflammatory responses at cell membrane level to reduce pain and increase range of motion.
Many thousands of people have used PEMF successfully across Europe and beyond for a wide range of pain related conditions and this is what the PainSolv® MkV is designed for.
Pulsed electromagnetic wave field therapy creates ionic migration of essential chemicals and proteins from cells into the bloodstream, by agitating the cell wall membranes, which subsequently encourages the release of neurochemicals, which occur naturally in the brain, into the bloodstream. These endorphins have powerful analgesic properties as do enkaphalins, an endorphin having opiate qualities, that occurs in the brain,
PEMF also helps enhance the cell utilisation process in the body which in turn stimulates improved blood circulation, blood oxygen content, cell growth and blood vessel formation.
Pulsed electromagnetic wave field therapy helps stimulate macrophage and pluripotent stem cell activity to prevent infection, accelerate scab formation and wound healing which is a significant part of the healing process.
In bone fractures, affected tissues generate small electric charges which are greater than those of less stressed matter, so that osteoblasts (polarised bone-laying cells) are attracted to these areas and begin to build up extra bone material to counter the stress. PEMF encourages this process.
Within the bone itself, the pulsed electromagnetic wave fields delivered causes the induction of small eddy currents in the trace elements, which in turn purify and strengthen the crystal structures which attract bone cells to the area under treatment, which therefore accelerates the bone healing process to allow earlier mobilisation and eventual full bone union.
Ligaments and tendons that are damaged can also be treated using pulsed electromagnetic wave field therapy, as they are uncalcified bone structures in themselves.
PEMF works efficiently in optimising calcium transport, otherwise known as ionic migration.
Pulsed electromagnetic wave field therapy may induce relaxation and reduction of stress levels which in turn can have a positive effect on those suffering from blood pressure problems. Pulsed electromagnetic wave field therapy may reduce the acidity and viscosity of the blood and consequently improve blood circulation and help regulate blood pressure. This means that high blood pressure will become lower and low blood pressure will become higher. This regulation of blood pressure takes place during the first few minutes of each therapy session.
Jet lag can prevent normal sleep patterns but pulsed electromagnetic wave field therapy may help rectify the problem by balancing out the body's system to return it to its normal circadian rhythm (the body clock). When circadian rhythms (in the case of humans, the 24hr physiological process) are affected, as with jet lag, modulated seratonin or melatonin production using pulsed electromagnetic wave field therapy has been shown to normalise cellular processes, encouraging the body clock to revert to its normal pattern.
Constant wave low level lasers and static magnets have never been scientifically proven to penetrate the skin. But clinical research carried out for NASA proved that millisecond duration pulsed electromagnetic fields have the greatest beneficial effect on living tissues over any other energy form.
This is because pulsed electromagnetic waves pass through all types of body tissue including bone, without any refraction. The therapy also works unhindered through clothing and specialist medical dressings, including plaster casts. Studies on extremely low frequency pulsed electromagnetic wave fields have been shown to be beneficial in improving circulation, important in wound healing and encouraging fracture healing, in addition to the general amelioration of pain associated with a range of conditions. These lower frequencies are also encourage relaxation and encourage transport (ionic migration) of essential chemicals and proteins to damaged tissue. The cell ionisation process is further enhanced by the presence of essential fatty acids, amino acids, enzymes and oxygen in the bloodstream.
Application of this therapy is based on more than 60 years of worldwide research carried out by renowned scientists. In addition there are many years of practical experience by thousands of physicians, based on many scientific studies on the degree of effectiveness of Pulsed Electromagnetic Wave Field Therapy.
There are also some products that offer Ultrasound as a therapy for pain management, but these are more hazardous than PEMF. Click here to see the difference between PEMF and personal Ultrasound, EMS or pain medication therapies.