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PEMF for foot pain

Are you one of the millions of Americans who suffers with Plantar Fasciitis? Did you know that PEMF therapy is a non-medical solution with proven results in treating foot pain? Come see me at Excell Therapeutic Bodywork… I’ve had great results helping people with plantar fasciitis find reliefย ๐Ÿ˜Š

Need pain relief? Massage gets high marks

“One of the things about massage that helps pain is that it goes down to the heart of where people feel their pain.” “There is the overall sense of well-being one can get from the massage approach. And the stress responses in the body associated with pain, such as elevated cortisol, are reduced through massage.” For these reasons, massage can be used to treat many different kinds of pain, says Tiffany Field, PhD, director of the Touch Research Institute at the University of Miami School of Medicine. Read more here-ย Massage gets high marks for pain relief

PEMF and Lyme Disease

  Lyme Disease and other tick borne illnesses can be debilitating and painful, so it’s worth your time to develop a comprehensive treatment plan to help you feel better faster! “Because PEMFs help with reducing inflammation, improving circulation, reducing pain and in general improving the value of other treatments, they should be part of any treatment program in any one with chronic Lyme related health problems.” read more here: http://www.drpawluk.com/blog/lyme Lyme Disease

Athletes, Injuries, and PEMF!

“With any injury, the body will take its usual time to repair. We know from the use of FDA approved (PEMF) devices, that fractures will heal in approximately half the time โ€“ so will open wounds, including surgical wounds.”

Lots of good info in this article- definitely worth a read, especially if you are an athlete or very active person!


Sports Injury Recovery

Diabetes and PEMF

Dr Pawluk is a Board Certified Family Physician and also an international expert in the medical use of electromagnetic fields. He has had great success treating patients with diabetes with PEMF therapy. Here is what he has to say about his experiences! Read the rest of the article here:  https://www.drpawluk.com/blog/diabetes-pemf-therapy/


In normal digestion, glucose enters the bloodstream after being broken down from the food we eat. The pancreas produces insulin, which moves glucose from the bloodstream into muscle, fat, and liver cells, where it is used for energy. In a diabetic person, the pancreas either does not make enough insulin, cells do not respond to the insulin correctly, or both. Therefore, glucose doesnโ€™t get moved into muscle, fat, and the liver.

A major negative part of the diabetic process is that tissues become robbed of circulation. Diabetics are always at a higher risk for poor circulation. This can be due to damage to the tiny blood vessels in the body (microcirculation) or due to plaque buildup in the larger blood vessels in the body. Both of these types of circulation damage make the blood vessels unable to deliver a sufficient amount of blood to cells.

Once circulation becomes compromised in the body, it begins to affect all organs and tissues to varying degrees. The most common problems seen in diabetics are retinopathy (damage in the nerves in the back of the eye), cataracts, macular degeneration, atherosclerosis (blockages in the blood vessels of the body โ€“ big and small), heart attacks, peripheral arterial disease (PAD), neuropathy (damage to the nerves throughout the body, especially in the gut and feet), Alzheimerโ€™s disease, kidney failure, advanced arthritis, and overall impaired healing of the tissues, making them more prone to infection and slowing recovery.

The end products of high sugar levels (called advanced glycation end products, or AGEs) deposit in all soft tissues of the body โ€“ bone, nerves, joints, ligaments, and skin included. These AGEs never leave the tissues once they are deposited; they will be a silent scourge for diabetics for their entire lives.


After my many years of medical practice, and more than 25 years of using magnetic therapies, I have seen truly life-altering and dramatic results from the use of PEMFs in diabetics. Not only do PEMF therapies help to condition all tissues to be as healthy as possible, especially as we get older, but they also accelerate the natural health recovery of diabetic tissues.

Since we canโ€™t ever get rid of AGEs, all we can do is to make the tissues containing them be more healthy and resistant, and to recover and rebuild better long-term. This is exactly what PEMFs do. As I said, I have seen dramatic improvements in diabetics using PEMFs, when the usual options (including dramatic surgeries like amputations) were all that was considered. By changing diets and applying whole-body PEMFs, one of my own patients was reversed from having to have bilateral below-the-knee amputation of his legs.

Would you rather your cells be grapes or raisins?

A FRUITFUL analogy of cellular vitality for a sunny morning! .
๐Ÿ‡ IMAGINE a cell in your body as fresh as a grape; healthy, vibrant, and alive….NOW imagine that same cell as a raisin; once a vibrant grape, drained and dried of all itโ€™s vitality.
๐Ÿ‡ This illustration of cellular deficiency is similar to what occurs when your body lacks the energy to perform optimally.
Recharge your cells with PEMF Therapy!


PEMF and your cells

Have you ever wondered how PEMF affects your cells? Healthy cells=healthy body! ๐ŸŽ‰โœจ๐Ÿ™Œ

Cervical Disc Degeneration- PEMF can help?

Degenerative disc disease- ugh! Not the words that anyone wants to hear from their doctor. Surgery and drugs are costly and not without risk and side effects. PEMF is a noninvasive, drug free therapy that can help to reduce pain and inflammation, slow degeneration and even help your body to heal- with no side effects!

 Read more about how PEMF therapy can help to rehydrate the discs reduce inflammation and pain here: PEMF and Disc Degeneration

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