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Wound Healing

PEMF therapy for Wound Healing,

Do you or a family member have a wound which needs help to heal.  Our amazing body heals itself but sometimes the body needs assistant.  PEMF is researched to assist in wound healing.  Using a PEMF machine is a modality you can try and easy to use when shown how. First of all, let’s take a look at different types of wounds a person may have.

A wound is any damage or break in the skin’s surface. Wounds can be caused by:

Burns, abrasions, paper cuts, and skin tears are examples of unintentional injuries.

Surgical procedures include, for example, an incision to remove a diseased appendix.

Chronic wounds are acute wounds that have not healed normally through the stages of healing. They may heal much more slowly, only partially heal, or reoccur after partial or complete healing. Chronic wounds are almost always associated with underlying chronic diseases that affect either the blood supply or the function of the cells at the wound site.

Chronic wound types

Any acute wound (for example, a skin tear or surgical incision) can become chronic if the person has risk factors that interfere with wound healing. However, the majority of chronic wounds are caused by a variety of wounds. They are as follows:

Injuries Caused by Pressure

These wounds, also known as bed sores, pressure sores, or decubitus ulcers, are caused by pressure and/or shearing force on the skin. These are most common in people who have limited mobility due to illness or frailty and are unable to move part or all of their body to a different position on a regular basis.

Diabetes-Related Leg Ulcers

These ulcers usually start on the feet and are caused by changes in the body’s nerves and circulation caused by diabetes.

Serious ulcers and infections, if left untreated or even when treated, can result in minor toe, foot, or lower leg amputations. For the same reasons stated above, the surgical scar from the amputation is at risk of becoming a chronic wound. When a person has an amputation, the likelihood of needing another one increases dramatically.

Ulcers in the Leg

A leg ulcer is a wound between the knee and ankle joint that takes a long time to heal due to circulation issues in the leg.

Arterial ulcers are most commonly found on the foot or lower leg. They can be small, deep, and often excruciatingly painful. They occur frequently in people who have some form of heart disease and are caused when arterial blood flow to the area is reduced.

Venous ulcers form around the ankle. They are shallow and can be uncomfortable. They occur when the veins in the legs are damaged or do not function properly, causing blood to not return to the heart as efficiently as it should.

Wound Healing and PEMF Therapy

PEMF has been shown to be beneficial for the treatment of skin ulcers and chronic wounds, but it can also be very beneficial in the treatment of acute wounds.

PEMF improves circulation, bringing more nutrients and oxygen to the area while detoxifying and protecting it from contamination.

The wound may not heal completely if the entire body is not working properly and together to address the damage.

PEMF therapy works on the cellular level and affects the entire body, restoring balance and allowing the body to repair itself more efficiently.

Numerous studies have been conducted on this subject to date, with one finding in common: “PEMF therapy accelerates wound healing”.

If you would like to try our PEMF whole body mat and spot applicators for a few weeks, you can rent one from us. Use it every day and see if it will assist with your recovery.

PEMF Medical Device

All our iMRS PEMF machines are classed as medical devices and is also approved for wound healing by the Medical Device Single Audit Program (MDSAP).

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