Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy

PEMF helps repair damaged cells, making it among the most advanced injury repair and pain elimination technologies available. Patients have commonly reported healing of injuries, improved sleep, and lasting energy. Our wellness team believes PEMF is the foundational step on the smart path to wellness.

Over a century of Wellness

This therapy is more than 100 years old, and the FDA cleared PEMF for bone growth in 1979 and for post-operative edema and pain in 1987. In 2004, PEMF was cleared as an adjunct to cervical fusion surgery, and in 2011 it was cleared as a treatment for depressed individuals who are unresponsive to medication.

PEMF expanded in popularity in recent years after NASA employed it for retaining and restoring astronaut’s bone and muscle.

Recharge for Wellness

While similar, PEMF should not be grouped with X-ray, tens, or laser therapy, as this would be the equivalent of comparing a flowing stream to a raging natural river.

In traditional approaches, the body is treated using chemicals in most cases. PEMF addresses the health needs of the body by stimulating the cellular membrane since our body’s cells communicate on an electro-magnetic level.

The cells within the body function much like a phone battery. As the energy levels drop within the body’s cells due to lifestyle factors, overall body energy drops.

PEMF therapy allows sluggish cells to activate, open, and operate much like a filter and pump, absorbing fluids and nutrients while filtering out toxins.

This therapy allows the body to make foundational energy, strengthen our cells, and reduce pain in minutes simultaneously while promoting long-term wellness.

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Advocates for your health

Dr. Jesse Ross, founder and practitioner at Chiro iQ, and his team of wellness advocates work alongside you to transform your life and help you realize your full potential day after day. By specializing in a blend of treatment and education, we help you achieve short-term relief and develop healthy habits that last you a lifetime.