PEMF Therapy

PEMF Therapy for Peripheral Neuropathy

What is Peripheral Neuropathy?

Peripheral nerves are the nerves outside of the brain and spinal cord. They are in charge of sending sensory information to the central nervous system, as well as sending information from your central nervous system to the rest of your body.

Peripheral neuropathy is the damage to peripheral nerves caused by several conditions. Diabetes is one of the most common causes of peripheral neuropathy. Some other health conditions, including trauma, autoimmune diseases, infections, inherited disorders, tumors, bone marrow disorders, alcoholism, vitamin deficiencies and exposure to poisons, may also cause peripheral neuropathy.

Common symptoms of peripheral neuropathy are pains such as stabbing, burning and tingling.

Peripheral neuropathy can substantially impair the quality and expectancy of life, and damage to peripheral nerves can worsen if not treated promptly. It usually leads to further complications, for example, weakness, numbness, dizziness, coordination difficulties, paralysis, intolerance to heat, irregular sweating, and bladder, bowel, or digestive issues.

PEMF therapy is a safe and non-invasive treatment used to relieve the symptoms of peripheral neuropathy without side effects and complications.

How Does PEMF Therapy Work for Peripheral Neuropathy?

PEMF therapy can relieve chronic pain caused by peripheral neuropathy. The constant pain signals sent out by these damaged nerves can ultimately change your brain’s perception of pain. It means that the pain sensations may still be present even if the damage is healed. Conventional treatments for chronic pain, such as medication, surgical procedures or physical therapy, often make the problem worse because of the relevant side effects, complications and the risk of addiction.

PEMF therapy offers relief to patients who have tried other methods to no avail. It can target the underlying cause rather than the location of the chronic pain, activate energy at the cellular level, and block the transmission of pain signals directly.

In addition, PEMF therapy stimulates the repair and regeneration of peripheral nerves. It can promote ATP production, improve circulation, and increase the supply of oxygen and nutrients through the vascular system. As a result, the therapy improves the removal of waste metabolites through the lymphatic system. With enough nutrients and a healthy living environment, neurotrophic factors can play an important role in the development, maintenance, and survival of peripheral nerves. Inflammation is critical to the healing process, protecting the injury site as it heals. But if your body over-reacts, inflammation may linger too long and influence the repair of tissues. PEMF therapy can reduce inflammation and promote the self-healing of peripheral nerves.

Past Experiment Result

Several years ago, an experiment took patients with diabetic peripheral neuropathy as experimental samples and researchers investigated the effect of PEMF therapy on peripheral neuropathy. A total of 30 patients with diabetic peripheral neuropathy were selected from the Outpatient Clinic of Diabetes Mellitus, Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University, with ages ranging from 40 to 50 years. They were divided into two groups: one is the PEMF group and the other is the control group. Patients in the PEMF group received PEMF therapy in addition to the traditional physical therapy programs. Patients in the control group received traditional physical therapy programs only. These treatment programs were conducted three times per week for 4 weeks.

According to the results, researchers found that PEMF therapy combined with traditional physical therapy programs are more effective on peripheral neuropathy.

Why Choose Big Magic to help with Peripheral Neuropathy?

Big Magic mat is flexible and practical. It can be applied to different areas of the body, repairing the damaged peripheral nerves and reliving chronic pain effectively. It is important to understand the source of your pain or the location of the damaged peripheral nerves for better therapeutic effects.

Furthermore, the Big Magic mat can treat the brain and spine to block the transmission of pain signals. Ideally, PEMF therapy should continue even after the pain subsides, to ensure the underlying causes are fully addressed.

Most existing PEMF devices only apply a single pulse in the same direction. After long-term treatments, the cells and body are recharged in one direction and they won’t be neutralized, which is not good for health. Big Magic is special. It changes direction every ten minutes, so your body will maintain equilibrium, and won’t become magnetically charged. In another word, Big Magic is a good long-term therapeutic solution to aid in the treatment of peripheral neuropathy.

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