PEMF Therapy for Pets
PEMF is regularly used on older animals with great success. As our pets age, you’ll find that animals can develop arthritis too. They too, can have difficulty getting up, climbing stairs, walking, running, etc. Like humans, they will eventually need help.
Any time you might use anti-inflammatory or pain medication for your cat or dog,
try PEMF instead.
By increasing cell metabolism, oxygenation and nutrient absorption, PEMF can be used for a variety of issues, even problems with the skin and coat, as well as for strengthening the immune system and reducing allergies.
It is always a good idea to first get your vet’s diagnosis and we recommend that you you ask them about PEMF, but don’t be surprised if they have never heard of it. Most vets did not learn about PEMF in vet school and may not be aware of this option. Thankfully, you can offer your pet PEMF treatments safely and easily right at home without risks or side effects.