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What is PEMF therapy used for?

PEMFs have many uses but find out more about the most popular applications below...

Pain Management

Pain management is one of the most common applications for PEMFs. PEMFs work to reduce pain by changing the local tissue environment from which the pain starts. Double-blind clinical studies have shown this with chronic wound repair, acute ankle sprains, and whiplash injuries. Many people throughout the world are using PEMF therapy to manage pain caused by chronic conditions such as arthritis.


Insomnia affects 1 in 3 people in the UK and can significantly affect health and mental function. Therapeutic PEMFs have been shown to reduce sleep disturbances and help improve quality of sleep. The wider benefits of PEMF including reduced stress and improved circulation can also have a knock on effect and help to reduce sleep disturbance.

Mental Health

A recent NHS survey of Mental Health found that 1 in 6 adults in England had a common mental disorder. Therapeutic PEMFs have been shown to improve concentration and mental wellbeing. There is some evidence that PEMFs actually change brain wave activity and PEMFs are often used to assist with reducing mild depression and anxiety,


A lack of relaxation is a leading cause of stress-related illnesses. PEMF therapy is useful for deep relaxation and can be used alongside more traditional techniques such as breathing exercises and meditation. It has been found that low frequency Theta-Waves (4-8 Hz) are particularly useful for deep meditation and inducing sleep.

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