Benefits of PEMF
This therapy can pain and stimulate organs. PEMF recharges cells and restores electrochemical exchanges.
Conditions that could benefit from PEMF
a holistic philosophy
The PEMF treatment
The PEMF therapy sessions charge the cells of the body which stimulates the body's internal mechanism of healing embedded in our Immune System, Nervous System, Circulation System, Bone Remodeling Process, among others which results in symptoms improving in less time.
The PEMF equipment can be used by itself or in combination with other treatments offered in WIN to increase the rate of healing. The physician will offer different options of treatment to improve the speed of recovering depending on the condition and severity.
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