Non-invasive and drug-free PEMF therapy can help improve detrimental effects of arthritis

Pulsed ElectroMagnetic Field (PEMF) therapy is a drug-free pain-relief therapy that can help with Arthritis

Arthritis, a condition that causes pain and inflammation in a joint, is suspected to affect a mammoth 10 million people in the UK alone. Contrary to common belief, it affects people of all ages; from the elderly to adolescents to children. A challenging disease that has no cure, however, PEMF therapy has been clinically proven to relieve and improve the detrimental effects of Arthritis.

PEMF therapy, an idea harnessed by NASA, uses the Earth’s natural magnetic fields in a concentrated manner to assist the healing process and relieve people of their pain. Non-invasive and drug-free, PEMF therapy stimulates cellular repair to improve your body’s overall performance.

After a discussion with my sister in law who was extremely pleased with the results of the therapy, my wife and I, who both suffer from various age related aches and pain decided to try PEMF therapy for ourselves. My wife suffers more with back pain and I have a very arthritic knee, as well as, tired and aching limbs from compensating from the loss of use from one knee. Within a short while of starting the PEMF therapy, we were both markedly improved. We are far less tired after normal activities now, and I am able to walk without pain.

Colin, 77, Portsmouth.

NewMed will be attending the Living with Arthritis: a happier and healthier you show in Manchester on Saturday 10th September. We will be bringing our entire range of PEMF therapy devices for you to try and can help you find the best device for you and your budget; our whole aim is to help people discover a life without pain.

Andy Smith, NewMed Business Development Manager.

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