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PEMF emField Pro/Curatron 3D Ultra

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(PEMF) Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy

“The Future in Energy Healing”

Active, regular tuning of our cells is vital to health. Cell dysfunction that is not corrected early tends to lead to disease.


Exposure to electrosmog (electrical wiring equipment) from microwaves, cell phones, WIFI connections, computers, TV’s etc; can cause blood cells to stick together which may result in a multitude of health issues.


“Degeneration and Aging starts at our Cells”


Diabetes, neurological disorders, auto-immune conditions, irregular or rapid heartbeat, blood disorders, pain and various types of cancer.


Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF) is restorative cellular therapy whereby low-frequency intensity fields are sent in pulses from a device to a mat or pad which the patient lies on.  These gentle pulses go through every cell in the body killing pathogens like harmful bacteria and viruses without harming healthy cells.  The changing frequencies optimise the body’s natural self-healing and self-regulating functions to rejuvenate with stunning effects.

The Clinic has the Zimmer emField Pro, one of the highest intensity PEMF devices on the market, capable of delivering 30,000 Gauss (3 Tesla) targeted therapy and the Curatron 3D Ultra with the full body mat for all over body therapy.

These high intensities provide effective pain relief, used to increase bone density and tone, heal, enhance blood circulation to areas of damage to activate and speed the regeneration process.

PEMF Therapy promotes fusion of damage bone material whilst increasing bone density by up to 6% in months, with a massive 40% increase been recorded by NASA during their clinical evaluations of exposing bone material to very low frequency magnetic pulses. PEMF therapy has been proven to be highly effective for helping osteoporosis and osteoarthritis (research, NICE studies).

          Before PEMF             After PEMF   

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After PEMF   

Before PEMF 

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