FIBROMYALGIA in Rochester Hills
PEMF Therapy treats fibromyalgia pain by improving blood flow and increasing tissue oxygen levels. Those suffering from Fibromyalgia have used PEMF Therapy to improve function, chronic pain and fatigue. Flare ups are reduced. The effectiveness of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field therapy has been documented in thousands of clinical research studies worldwide.
Here is how PEMF Therapy is reducing fibromyalgia pain for many sufferers, and it could help you too!
PEMF therapy increases blood flow. Many individuals that suffer from fibromyalgia pain present with poor circulation. PEMF has been shown to increase blood flow as well as to increase oxygen levels in tissue. Additionally, most individuals experience relief from chronic fatigue as well when pain is reduced. Using low-frequency PEMF therapy has been helpful for these individuals in treating the symptoms associated with fibromyalgia, and this has been documented in thousands of clinical research studies.
PEMF therapy can improve the lymphatic system. The blood vessels act as a delivery and waste removal service for the blood vessels and lymphatic system. Blood vessels deliver oxygen to the cells, but they also remove waste. This intricate system of the body provides oxygen to the tissues when it works properly. When tissue does not get the proper oxygenation, it dies causing necrosis of the tissue. When using PEMF therapy, the blood vessels are stimulated and carry plenty of oxygen to the cells and tissues, resulting in a properly functioning circulatory system that reduces swelling and pain. This process results in healthier cells which results in better overall cell function and motor function.
When PEMF therapy reduces pain, you sleep better. Anyone suffering from pain lacks the ability to get a night of good, restorative sleep. When sleep is disturbed the body is unable to heal itself. When pain has been reduced, you are more likely to get good, restorative sleep.
The information about PEMF contained in these pages is not in any way intended to help you diagnose a medical condition, or to replace the advice and/or services of a physician or other health care professional.
Low-frequency pulsed electromagnetic field therapy in fibromyalgia: a randomized, double-blind, sham-controlled clinical study.
A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial using a low-frequency magnetic field in the treatment of musculoskeletal chronic pain.