PEMF Therapy

Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy, or PEMF therapy, is an innovative treatment method offered at Messamore Family Chiropractic. At our Kalamazoo, MI, practice, Dr. Keith Messamore uses his 22 years of chiropractic experience to help patients overcome pain and recover from ailments. Read on to learn more about PEMF therapy and what the Messamore Family Chiropractic team can do for you.

What is PEMF therapy?

Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy, or PEMF therapy, uses electromagnetic technology to rebalance the body at a cellular level. A cell in balance absorbs nutrients and eliminates waste with maximum efficiency. Many symptoms and conditions arise if the cells are out of balance. PEMF therapy leaves patients with lasting benefits, including reduced pain, reduced inflammation, and faster healing. There are two categories of PEMF treatment: high intensity and low intensity. Which will be best for you depends on your unique situation and goals.

Who can benefit from PEMF therapy?

PEMF therapy is generally used in patients with chronic pain and inflammation. This makes it perfect for those with conditions like arthritis. It's also effective for muscle weakness, as well as nerve issues like sciatica. If you're unsure whether this treatment is right for you, Dr. Messamore of Messamore Family Chiropractic is available to answer all of your questions during an initial consultation.

What to Expect from Your First PEMF Therapy Session

At your first visit with Messamore Family Chiropractic of Kalamazoo, MI, you'll provide the doctor with information about your health and overall goals. He'll use that information to determine whether PEMF is a suitable option. If so, he'll go over all the important details of the treatment so that you know what to expect.

At Messamore Family Chiropractic, we offer cutting-edge chiropractic treatments. If you'd like to learn more about how Dr. Messamore can optimize your health and wellness using PEMF therapy, reach out to us today. Our team is on standby during business hours to answer questions and help you schedule an initial consultation. You can reach us by calling (269) 978-4325, or simply schedule an appointment at this link if you prefer. We look forward to hearing from you!

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