PEMF therapy for arthritis can alleviate pain and stimulate recovery. Almost every bone health issue such as arthritis, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis (RA), osteoporosis, fibromyalgia, among many other orthopedic disorders are benefited with the use of regular Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy.

PEMF therapy benefits arthritis due to the ability to decrease pain and increase mobility in the joints. The Arthritis Foundation’s Guide to Alternative Therapies reports two studies showing the benefits of PEMFs with osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee.

One was done at Yale University in 1993, a double blind, placebo-controlled pilot study1 involving 27 people with OA of the knee. It showed that those who got 18 half-hour treatments had an average improvement of 23 to 61 percent in pain, joint tenderness and discomfort. The placebo group getting fake treatments had only two to 18 percent improvement. The next study2 from 1999, with 167 patients with OA of the knee or cervical spine showed similar, significant improvements.

Rapid regeneration of bones and cartilages occurs with regular use of PEMF therapy for Arthritis along with appropriate nutrition and supplements. Chronic joint and bone problems start reversing and users report being able to be their younger selves again.

A double blind, placebo-controlled study3 was also done at Johns Hopkins University where 78 patients with OA of the knee had four weeks of treatments or a placebo. The treated group had significantly better results in terms of pain, function and physician assessment than the placebo group. In 2016, Oxford Rheumatology published a paper4 where the results suggest that PEMF therapy is effective for pain management in knee OA patients and also affects pain threshold and physical functioning.

You may find even more research, PEMF therapy is side-effect free and a natural way to enhance the cells of the entire body, no matter what the issue.