Experiences and treating cases with Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMFT) By. Veterinary W. Geisel.
Treatment with pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (PEMFT) has existed in human and veterinary medicine for several years.
Yet the treatment method is still recognized as alternative by traditional Western medicine.
I feel however that the therapeutic success of treatment with PEMFT is so extensive, that I have chosen to give PEMFT a central role in my veterinary practice for the treatment of small animals and horses.
PEMFT is considered very compatible to a variety of treatments.
Both veterinarians, osteopaths, acupuncturists, physical therapists, homeopaths or other practitioners can benefit from PEMFT.
PEMFT is useful for the treatment of both acute and chronic injuries. Inactivity is unfortunately often the cause of pain in musculoskeletal and metabolic diseases and a weakened immune system. In these cases, PEMFT affect the organism positively and contribute to the reconstruction and cell generation.
In acute cases like tendon injuries, joint injuries, broken bones, swelling, inflammation, respiratory problems, nervousness, back, neck, disc problems and wound healing, PEMFT can be used as supportive treatment.
I perceive that PEMFT works well as training support for competition, hobby and breeding stock animals.
My experience is that horses respond more quickly and are less nervous and more agile in training if PEMFT is used before training sessions.
I wish, however, to point out that all disease should be examined by a veterinarian or therapist before using PEMFT.
I use treatment products from Equimag in my practice.
Their advanced treatment system is easy to use, has a great fit, the magnet field generated is nearly homogeneous, it is light of weight and the most important point for me: that it has pre-programmed systems that ensures right treatment and prevents misuse.
How PEMFT affect the organism
Treatment with PEMFT provide better nourishment and energy to the cells.
When frequencies penetrate the organism they affecte the weaker cells to resume its natural functions.
This leads to increased cell metabolism and increased energy production. Impurities and limescale excreted rapidly and the treatment dilates the blood vessels themselves and provide increased blood supply.
The result is improved circulation in the whole organism.
For optimal success, PEMFT must be used regularly.
I recommend 1-2 times per day, and then possibly in several day intervals. When the symptoms subsides, you can step down on the days or the intensity of the treatments.
Initially, when treating animals, the symptoms can often experienced worsened. This is quite normal and will change in a few hours/ days. The reaction can be seen as positive for further PEMFT treatment.
Animals are more sensitive to magnetic fields than people.
Sensitive horses can react with some anxiety at first, but from experience, they quickly calm down and will experience the treatment as comfortable.
In these cases PEMFT has given positive results:
- As training support for competition and hobby horses
- To loosen tense muscles
- On muscle cramps
- When building muscles
- To strengthen the tendons and joints
- In rehabilitation
- Prevents stiffness / sore muscles after strenuous exercises/ competitions
- In acute and chronic joint diseases
- By tendinitis
- To boost the immune system
- To prevent muscle loss in injury
- Injury caused be stretched hamstring
- To prevent swelling in the legs
- To faster heal bone fractures
Since treatment with PEMFT leads to increased blood flow at the injury site, it leads to reduced swelling and faster regeneration of cartilage, bone and connective tissue cells. Most importantly, the analgesic and anti - inflammatory effects lead to faster movement.
Examples; spatter, arthritis, osteoarthritis, dislocations, sprains and Kissing Spines.
I also have positive experiences using the Intensive rod from Equimag on local injuries/ illnesses.
I have used it in acute and chronic bronchitis, hoof damage, sinus infections, eye inflammation, eczema and colic (only after consultation with a veterinarian).
Since PEMFT has an analgesic and sedative effect, it fits well to the treatment of nervous horses.
It seems that PEMFT has a calming and harmonizing effect on the brain.
Side effects: None known in animals.
The effect on pregnant animals have not been established and therefore should treatment with PEMFT in pregnant animals be avoided.
One should also refrain from using PEMFT in fever cases. Note that the effect of Cortisone is amplified when using PEMFT.