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Our entire skeletal system is made up of 206 bones. They provide our bodies with form, structure, and movement. One of the most important keys to living a long, healthy, and active life is to have healthy bones.

While nutrition, exercise, hormone balancing, and supplements are important for bone formation, they may not be sufficient. According to research, adding electromagnetic stimulation may increase the potential benefits and long-term results.

PEMF directly induces microcurrents, which have been studied and proven to stimulate osteoblasts in the production of healthy bone material. PEMF therapy is extremely effective for bone healing and strengthening. It has been approved by the FDA for that purpose. Hundreds of other clinical studies have found that PEMF therapy improves bone health. You can view one of the research studies below.

What exactly is osteoporosis?

Osteoporosis is a characterised by low bone mass, as well as brittle and fragile bones. People that have osteoporosis are much more likely to suffer bone fractures because their bone density is lower. It’s a chronic condition, which means it worsens over time.

Osteoporosis is defined as “porous bone.” Dense bones are much more solid and compact than low bone mass bones. Osteoporosis-affected bones have empty spaces and chambers in their structure that look similar to a porous sponge.

The Dangers of Osteoporosis

The severity of osteoporosis varies. It can cause discomfort or increase the risk of death. The disease can rob a person of their ability to care for themselves and result in permanent disability. In severe cases of osteoporosis, even a sneeze or a bump can cause bone fractures.

One of the risks of osteoporosis is that it often takes an injury or a bone fracture for someone with the disease to realise they have it.

Chronic diseases, such as osteoporosis, should be identified as early as possible. Detection in the early stages will give more time to research and find supporting therapies to improve a person’s quality of life.

There are 4 Stages in Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis in Stage 1

The early stages of osteoporosis can start around the age of 30, but it does not always cause noticeable symptoms or problems. This is the point at which old bone begins to degrade at the same rate as new bone is formed. The bones will not deteriorate significantly as long as this rate remains constant.

Osteoporosis in Stage 2

The second stage of osteoporosis, like the first, is difficult to detect.

It usually starts after the age of 35, but it can start at any time in life. During this stage, some old bone is broken down before new bone is made.

This faster rate of resorption can be seen on bone density tests, but bones aren’t much more likely to break because their strength hasn’t changed. Because of this, very few tests are done, and very few cases are found.

Osteoporosis in Stage 3

Osteopenia is the third stage of osteoporosis, and it usually starts to show up in people who are 45 to 55 years old. Weak bones can break under stress that normally wouldn’t hurt strong bones. This is when bones start to weaken.

A lot of the time, osteopenia will be found at this point in the process. Most cases aren’t found until bones start to break easily. There aren’t any signs of a problem until this happens. When the third stage is reached, tests show that bone mineral density is low, which is a sign of osteoporosis.

Osteoporosis in Stage 4

At this point, your bones are weak.

There aren’t as many differences between stage 3 and stage 4 osteoporosis as there are between some of the early stages of osteoporosis. In summary, the stage four with osteoporosis is when bones start to break and cause a lot of pain.

Some of the signs of stage 4 osteoporosis are constant pain from small stress fractures, disabilities, and skeletal disfigurement, which can make it hard to move. Because the spine is so heavy, it is very common for it to break and slump down.

PEMF Research for Osteoporosis

PEMFs were studied at the University of Hawaii in the treatment of postmenopausal (osteoporosis-prone) forearms. Evaluations were conducted both during and after a 12-week treatment period of 10 hours per day. Bone mineral density (BMD) increased significantly in the immediate vicinity of the field during exposure and decreased over the next 36 weeks after stimulation was discontinued. After three months of stimulation, the benefits of BMD appeared to last for years. The same researchers looked at BMDs in postmenopausal women in the opposite untreated arm. A similar but weaker response was observed in the opposite arm, implying a “cross-talk” effect on the untreated forearms. They believed that using PEMFs for whole-body use could prevent and treat osteoporosis throughout the body.


Massage therapists, chiropractors, and even osteopaths are increasingly recommending pulsed electromagnetic field therapy to their patients.

Although many practitioners offer this therapy in-office, improving bone health may require a more long-term approach. Bone loss is ongoing and occurs 24 hours a day, seven days a week. As a result, an effective treatment should be used on a daily basis.

Finding a good PEMF machine that gives health benefits takes education and knowledge of what to look for when choosing a machine. So please read the Buyers Guide on our home page for an in-depth check list because not all PEMF machines are the same.



Body Mat:

What you need is a full body mat which can do head to toe treatment in the one session. Most cheap devices are handheld and if they do supply a body mat it is too short which leaves out the head, neck, and lower legs.

PEMF is wholistic modality which also means treating the whole body. Osteoporosis affects all of the body skeleton structure, so it makes sense to use a PEMF machine that utilizes a whole-body applicator.

Coil Size:

The copper coils inside the machine applicator’s needs to be large enough to transmit the pulsed electromagnetic fields into the body. The coils need to be at least 23cm in diameter.  The iMRS PEMF machine utilize the larger 23cm copper coils inside the body mat and pillow applicator. The other cheap machines seen on the internet use 2cm coil. Manufacturers of low budget machines use cheap components to cut the manufacturing cost. But the end user will get little to no health benefit.

Additional PEMF Applicators:

The whole-body of the Swiss Bionic iMRS mat can be used 1 to 3 times a day for 8 minutes or longer depending on time you have.  Choosing a PEMF machine which also has pad applicators that can treat the back, knees, feet are useful. These applicators can be used while sitting in a chair, computer work in an office, reading a book, or watching TV.


If you want to use our PEMF therapy machine, we recommend our latest technology device with a whole-body applicator with spot treatment applicators. You will be able to utilise our PEMF therapy machine daily to promote bone health. It takes good habits to become healthy, but there is nothing easier than to relax on our PEMF mat twice a day for at least 8 minutes.

At PEMF Inc., we can advise you on how to use the machine effectively with the correct times, and intensities for a more personalised treatment protocol. Otherwise, the Fast Start Program displayed on the touch screen tablet makes it easy for the user to select each of the programs.  

All our iMRS products are certified Medical Devices and have been approved for bone healing by the MDSAP. You can rent one of our machines to try or if you’re ready to buy we are here to assist. Your order will arrive within 5 working days.

Call us today to find out which PEMF machine is best for you.