Safe, Effective, Affordable PEMF Technology
The Importance of PEMF
Life depends on electromagnetic field energy, and Pulsed Harmonix delivers this to inflamed tissue through a series of pulses, stimulating repair at the cellular level. Studies by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) conclude that pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy is safe and effective for humans and animals.
Pulsed Harmonix ADVANTAGES
Pulsed Harmonix’s A2000 pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy device produces a full range of healing frequencies in a portable FDA Registered Class 1 device, scientifically proven to expedite the body's natural healing processes. The A 2000 uses a gentle electrical current to direct a series of electromagnetic pulses through damaged tissue, inducing tiny electrical signals that stimulate cellular repair.
Medical & Chiropractic Doctor Reviews
Pulsed Harmonix a2000
At Pulsed Harmonix, nothing is more satisfying than receiving positive feedback from medical and chiropractic doctors and their patients, whose lives have been transformed through the regular use of our pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) device, the safe, effective, affordable A2000 PEMF device.
NASA Researched PEMF Technology
Space Foundation Approved
Pulsed Harmonix's innovative pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) technology is certified by the Space Foundation, a global non-profit dedicated to the advancement of space-related endeavors designed to facilitate interest in and learning among the world-wide space community, developing an objective awareness of the field in the nonprofit, government, and corporate sectors.
As part of its space development program in the 1960's, NASA discovered that humans not only require oxygen in space, but also PEMF, which the human body derives from the Earth's electromagnetic field. NASA's research studies proved useful for the general population as well, and in 1991 PEMF therapy was approved in the U.S. the treatment of postoperative pain and edema in superficial soft tissue.
Over a decade later, in 2004 PEMF also received the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) approval for one in cervical fusion surgeries. Over the decades, the results of PEMF therapies have been documented in peer-reviewed clinical studies, documenting the technology's appropriate use for a wide range of medical conditions.