Individuals suffering from chronic pain due to injuries and bone related issues are looking for alternative solutions to drugs, surgeries or injections. Increasing dependence and side-effects of drugs have further encouraged individuals to look for alternatives. Since there is a growing interest in yoga and wellness products, several health practitioners are recommending the adoption of pulsed electromagnetic field therapy to treat chronic pain. Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy offers a non-invasive and painless treatment for different injuries.

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According to a report by World Health Organization (WHO), the number of individuals aged sixty years or older is predicted to increase from nine hundred million to two billion by 2050. Moreover, there is an increasing acceptance of this therapy owing to the growing geriatric population, and increase in risk factors related to fractures.

In light of recent advancements in technology and to keep up with the growing trend, pulsed electromagnetic field therapy providers are introducing innovations in the industry.

Applications in Veterinary Care

Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy is not just limited for treating humans but in recent years, it has also sought wide application to treat animals. PEMF as a clinical treatment is widely being prescribed by veterinarians. Several studies in animals have suggested that PEMF can promote healing in animal models suffering from brain cancer and Alzheimer’s disease.

Furthermore, studies suggest that treatment by PEMF may have valuable applications for treating small and large animal’s mood and behavioral disorders. Targeted PEMF can decrease inflammatory cytokine production in laboratory animals’ brain after brain injury.

Furthermore, to cater to the demands for treating animals suffering from chronic pain and inflammation, several companies are introducing various products. For instance, in 2018, Assisi Animal Health launched Assisi Loop Lounge, which is a therapeutic pet bed powered by Assisi Loop’s targeted PEMF technology.

By collaborating with Sleepypod, famous makers of innovative and certified pet carriers, Assisi Loop Lounge is developed for small animals. The technology is cleared by FDA and therapy is provided by several multiple applicator coils installed in foam therapy pads.

PEMF Therapy for Anti-Ageing and Longevity

Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy has also sought application in the beauty industry. The therapy has anti-ageing effects as pulsed electromagnetic fields tuned to fix frequencies changes some genes from matured to maturing state. PEMF’s provides energy to cells to boost the immune system function. Its ability to improve blood oxygen capacity by eighty to ninety percent, enabling an alkaline state in the body resulting to slower aging has sought heavy adoption.

PEMF Therapy to Improve Mental Health

Besides its extensive usage for treating chronic pain, gradually, PEMF therapy devices are being used to improve mental health. For instance, FlexPulse is a PEMF therapy device that promotes physical and mental health. The product comes equipped with six program modes providing a maximum frequency range of up to 1000 Hz.

The product was developed after over fifteen years of stem cell research. Increasing a body’s stem cells production, the product permits true regeneration sans any side effects. Specially chosen brainwave entrainment frequencies imitate brain patterns to assist a person in becoming more alert or relaxed depending on the needs at the time.

Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy is quickly being transformed and implemented in different fields of the health sector. Key players of the market are investing in research and development to innovate the products and cater to the demands of the individuals.