Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Frequency (PEMF) Therapy 06/09 by Parkinsons Recovery

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Natural Pharmcist Ross Pelton discusses the impressive body of research which has focused on PEMF therapies to address a variety of symptoms associated with a diagnosis of Parkinson’s. Ross offers an overview of the over 10,000 articles and 2,000 clinical trials have been published on PEMF. PEFM medical devices are used daily in over 4,000 European hospitals & clinics but have not yet been accepted as a standard therapy in most US medical settings. 

Health benefits of PEMFs are extensive. It results in improved circulation in the body’s 70,000 miles of micro-capillaries. PEMF:

  1. Penetrates the body. 
  2. Causes microcapillaries to contract or pulsate at a faster rate.
  3. Delivers more blood supply, oxygen & nutrients to all cells via the 70,000 miles of micro-capillaries in the body. 

Virtually everything in the body begins to function better when cells get more oxygen & nutrients….and improved removal of cellular wastes.

For more information about recommended PEMF devices contact Ross Pelton:  [email protected]


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