Charge Your Cells with PEMFFeb 27, 2020 02:37PM ● By Toni Conover
Pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy uses a device
engineered to pulse a magnetic wave through the body. This helps build up the
cellular manufacturing of direct current, or DC power. DC is a source of
exponential energy. The musculoskeletal system is made of leverage and
hydraulics. Ultimately aligned, this is a powerful combination. The heart is
also a powerful hydraulic pump demanding an exponential fuel supply as well.
Our systems are not only powerful, they are made of cells. Cells in physiology
also are considered capacitors or batteries. They manufacture this DC power
based on our demands and behavior
PEMF has been in healthcare for quite some time, but it has had a resurgence in recent years. The PEMF magnetic wave can travel through the body helping the tissue maintain more consistent energy when enduring periods of stress. Emotional, chemical, and structural stressors in our bodies are experienced when the nervous system perceives information or a stimulus from the environment that exceeds our expectations, or safety limits. This perception of stress kicks in the fight or flight response. It is a protective feature of the central nervous system. We may not even know that we have been under subconscious stress, or we may be healing from a physical ailment, experiencing depression, or emotionally drained for a variety of reasons. Modern lifestyles and the inability to obtain clean sources of energy from food, air, water, sound and light cause our cells to become depleted which can leave the door open to what is perceived as illness. PEMF is a very convenient and effective way of charging up the cells so the Master healing system, the central nervous system, can help prevent disease and promote healing.
Dr. Jesse is a practicing chiropractor in the Charleston area for over 25 years. His office is conveniently located at 419 Hibben Street in Mount Pleasant. Please call and schedule a FREE PEMF session and consult with Dr. Jesse at 843-766-4444.