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ELECTROMAGNETIC THERAPY FOR PAIN RELIEF…

Electromagnetic therapy is a non-invasive form of functional medicine that can be used to treat everything from depression and Parkinson’s to chronic pain and migraines. Several different types of electromagnetic therapy can be prescribed depending on your health concerns.

Magnetic field therapy was applied to promote bone healing, treat osteoarthritis and inflammatory diseases of the musculoskeletal system, alleviate pain, and much more. When used alone, the theraoy seems to have a good effect in reducing the pain intensity in low back patients, independently of the low-back pain condition.

How does electromagnetic pain relief work?

The magnetic fields help you to increase electrolytes and ions. This naturally influences electrical changes on a cellular level and influences cellular metabolism. Relief from pain is a major application for PEMF, which acts in two ways. First it stimulates the production of endorphins, giving pain relief, and second it temporarily helps to interrupt the pain signal, using microcurrents that run through the neural pathways.

Pulsed PEMF therapy sends magnetic energy into the body. These energy waves work with your body’s natural magnetic field to improve healing. The magnetic fields help you to increase electrolytes and ions. This naturally influences electrical changes on a cellular level and influences cellular metabolism. It works with your body’s own recovery processes to help relieve chronic pain. Best of all, it’s entirely safe.

What happens when you have an electromagnatic and other magnetic treatments?

Static magnetic field therapy: In this, you touch a magnet to your skin somehow. You might wear a magnetic bracelet or other magnetized jewelry. It could be a bandage with a magnet in it, or you may wear a magnet as a shoe insole. You could also sleep on a special mattress pad with a magnet in it.

Electrically charged magnetic therapy (electromagnetic therapy): The magnets you use here have an electric charge. Treatment with electromagnetic therapy usually comes through an electric pulse.

Magnetic therapy with acupuncture: Magnets go on the same sections of your skin that an acupuncturist would probably focus on in an acupuncture session. You may hear these areas called your energy pathways or channels.

Scientists have specifically studied its use for:

You can find a therapist for this treatment by heading to Physiotherapy.Org.

Source: National Library of Medicine Interventional Orthopedics of Atlanta Web MD Physiotherapy.Org

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LASER THERAPY APPROVED FOR TREATMENT FOR PAIN IN FIBROMYALGIA…

According to Healio Rheumatology,” The FDA has granted clearance to Multi Radiance Medical’s FibroLux therapy laser for the treatment of pain in patients with fibromyalgia, according to a company press release. The clearance approves the laser as a way for patients with fibromyalgia to undergo non-invasive, non-pharmacologic therapy for pain.”

Laser has been shown to be a complementary procedure that can provide considerable pain relief and increase the patient’s quality of life.

Chiropractic Economics writes that “the new patent-pending Multi Radiance Medical FibroLux therapy laser represents a breakthrough in pain management options, offering patients a non-pharmacological, non-invasive, and side-effect-free treatment for fibromyalgia that is now cleared by the FDA. Like pharmaceuticals, photochemical devices are validated through clinical studies and deliver optimal doses of light energy using a combination of curated wavelengths, administered at the correct dose (time and power), and the ideal dosage (frequency of application) resulting in consistent, reproducible outcomes.

Laser therapies are medical treatments that use focused light. Unlike most light sources, light from a laser (which stands for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation) is tuned to specific wavelengths. This allows it to be focused into powerful beams. Laser light is so intense that it can be used to shape diamonds or cut steel, ( Healthline).

Source: Healio Rheumatology Chiropractic Economics Healthline