What causes pain?
Between our bones are cushions of cartilage, which prevent grinding of the bones. When the layers of cartilage wear out, the bones begin to grind against each other, causing extreme pain. Under normal circumstances, the body replaces cartilage under control of tiny electrical signals. These electrical signals are created inside our body. Due to injury, aging, or conditions such as osteoarthritis or osteoporosis, the normal replacement of cartilage is disturbed, causing pain and inflammation.
Chronic pain is often accompanied by decreased circulation to the affected tissues.
PEMF Therapy increases blood supply and circulation and promotes the healing of soft tissue while reducing oedema.