How PEMF Therapy Accelerates Tissue Regeneration and Wound Healing

how pemf therapy accelerates tissue regeneration and wound healing

Staying patient after an injury and letting your body go through its natural healing processes can be challenging. Especially when you are an active individual, the time it takes for tissue repair and wound recovery can feel endless, and there is no harm in giving your body a little boost to strengthen it and improve your physical and mental well-being with the help of a new healing method. During a PEMF therapy session, electromagnetic impulses stimulate the production of new cells and replace those damaged or injured. Hence, the treatment supports cell regeneration and stimulates wound healing, and is a new form of deep tissue treatment without coming into direct contact with the injured area. Due to its ability to treat and heal without the need for injections or surgery, PEMF therapy stands out as a gentle, painless method among the many recovery treatments available in the wellness industry.

While PEMF therapy can be combined with physiotherapy to support the natural healing processes after an injury and increase the chances of faster healing wounds after surgical procedures, this is not the only reason the treatment has gained wide popularity among health professionals.

In addition to accelerating wound healing, PEMF therapy can offer relief to individuals suffering from pain in their ankles or elbow joints. The increased blood circulation helps reduce stiffness and inflammation in strained soft tissue, laying the groundwork for a better range of motion and overall flexibility.

It is not uncommon to experience tingling and numbness from nerve damage after surgery, and the pulsed electromagnetic fields will stimulate nerve growth and repair to restore proper nerve function for those suffering from said symptoms.

With its ability to increase the process of bone formation and production of calcium, the effects PEMF therapy has on fracture repair equally fascinating. Stimulating the affected area can enhance bone tissue and density, speeding up the healing process and reducing the risk of further degeneration.

People suffering from osteoarthritis in their knees or other chronic diseases can also benefit from PEMF therapy, with the potential to reduce medication. By stimulating the production of joint tissue and cartilage, the treatment increases the chance of better life quality for those with debilitating diseases.

PEMF therapy can also reduce muscle spasms and improve overall range of motion and flexibility. Especially people dealing with back pain will welcome the healing qualities of the treatment as well as the mobile independence that comes with it, as back pain can be extremely uncomfortable and leave many individuals dependent on medication – and, in the worst case, bedridden at home.

Research has shown that the treatment is highly effective with soft tissue injuries, and the treatment has become increasingly popular in sports where soft tissue repair, fast muscle recovery and the reduction of inflammation is vital. By now, many professional sports teams and athletes are using PEMF therapy to improve blood flow, boosting the supply of oxygen and nutrients in the vascular system and distributing ions across the cell membrane more efficiently to get players back in the game sooner.

The electromagnetic pulses can also be used for cosmetic treatments. Having rejuvenating advantages and improving the elasticity of the skin. Hence, the therapy is now often used as part of revitalising treatment programs in reputable wellness centres in Melbourne.

Give PEMF therapy a try and contact a wellness centre nearby. The trained staff can tailor the length and intensity of the treatment to your personal health goals and medical condition, stimulating your body cells to regenerate, repair, and heal themselves in a gentle way.

Mick Pacholli

Mick created TAGG - The Alternative Gig Guide in 1979 with Helmut Katterl, the world's first real Street Magazine. He had been involved with his fathers publishing business, Toorak Times and associated publications since 1972.  Mick was also involved in Melbourne's music scene for a number of years opening venues, discovering and managing bands and providing information and support for the industry. Mick has also created a number of local festivals and is involved in not for profit and supporting local charities.        

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