Increases cell growth
The magnetic energy released by the PEMF devices can create waves that work around the body’s natural magnetic fields thus influencing the movements of ions and electrolytes. This would result in a change in the electrical charge at the cellular level thus restoring normal cellular metabolism. It would also promote cell growth allowing for the regeneration of new healthy cells to occur at the ends of the joints affected due to the wear and tear. These benefits of PEMF therapy would heal the damaged tissues of the joints and synovium, thereby reducing pain and improving mobility.
Extracellular matrix production
PEMF therapy would also stimulate the production of extracellular matrix in the joint tissues. It would support the production of collagen that can strengthen the joints and enable frictionless and hence, pain-free movements.
PEMFs modulate inflammation. They regulate pro- and anti-inflammatory cytokine secretion to support a healthy and balanced inflammatory response. Cytokines are proteins that can either suppress or activate inflammation. With the reduction of inflammation, pain is also reduced.
Increases cellular communication
PEMF therapy helps injured tissues recover and increases cell communication. This type of therapy helps cells get the nutrients they need to produce energy. This means PEMFs enhance production of ATP, the body’s cellular fuel. When cells are healthier and they have healthier cell membranes they can also detox better to remove all the toxic substances building up inside them.
Increases joint capsule cells
The cellular growth stimulated by the PEMF therapy would increase the strength of the joint capsule and the number of joint capsule cells making the tissues more resistant to wear and tear and degenerative changes.
Supports lubrication, repair, and regeneration
The pulses released by the PEMF devices can stimulate the cells and tissues. This would improve the blood flow, restore the normal chemical balance in the cells, and encourage natural healing mechanisms in the damaged tissues of the bones and synovium. PEMF therapy would enhance the body’s natural ability to repair the damaged tissue, thus reducing pain and swelling and improving prognosis.
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