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What Is PEMF Therapy, Anyway? 0

Posted on March 15, 2021 by Olivia Hampson

Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy known as PEMF therapy is one of the most effective treatments for diabetic neuropathy. The best contribution of the therapy is the reduction of the intensity of pains and sensations helping diabetic patients to get relief from pains and irritating sensations that is common among diabetic patients.

PEMF therapy for Type 2 Diabetes

The upsurge of patients suffering from type 2 diabetes has also brought uprise in the numbers of patients with neuropathic pains such as-

  • Progressive pains in different parts of the body especially in legs and spinal cord among others; 
  • Loss of sensibilities in legs;
  • Increasing weakness and loss of pain bearing abilities; and  
  • Consequential physical disabilities. 

The use of PEMF therapy has proved useful in addressing all such health issues. 

PEMF Therapy Features

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Until the invention of PEMF therapy, the traditional diabetes treatment focused on controlling blood sugar levels. This also led to relief to patients by moderating pains. PEMF on the other hand has proved effective in total pain relief. The main features of this innovative therapy are as follows. 

  • This therapy is one of the safest as well as non-invasive ways of pain relief;
  • It not only reduces pain but also reduces inflammation; and 
  • It can be used to start new modalities for healthcare or to supplement and improve the existing ones. 
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