Pulsed Electro Magnetic Field Therapy for Health and Well-Being

What is PEMF therapy?

Pulsed ElectroMagnetic Field therapy, also known as PEMF, is a drug-free, non-invasive, pain-relief alternative treatment, which also promotes accelerated healing for ailments and injuries. In addition, PEMF therapy improves sleep, mental focus, and the body’s overall performance by helping the energy output and regeneration of the body’s cells.

Why NewMed?

NewMed is well aware of the fact that a single PEMF therapy system will not accommodate everyone as each individual is different and needs different forms of PEMFs. As a result, NewMed provides a broad range of PEMF therapy devices to help with several diseases, disorders, injuries, conditions, as well as health and well being.

The company has actively explored the market for a long time to find a host of PEMF therapy devices from across the world to provide customers with a fully unbiased opinion on which device is best for them. NewMed believes that the array of devices it provides is perfect to meet all requirements, making it the one-stop solution for PEMF therapy devices in the UK.

Pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy

How does PEMF therapy work?

Without an electromagnetic exchange between cells, nothing happens in the body. Human chemistry is controlled by natural electromagnetic energy. The cells are impaired when this electromagnetic energy is disrupted (for instance, from a bad diet, a small bruise to an injury, or merely from getting older). The body is not healthy if the cells are not healthy.

When a complementary electromagnetic field is introduced into the body, healthy electromagnetic exchanges can be reestablished. This is the reason why PEMFs are considered to be extremely useful; they are capable of stimulating all levels of the body. When applied externally, the PEMF therapy completely penetrates the body and affects individual cells, organs, tissues, and thereby the entire body.

At least 800 peer-reviewed papers are available that supports the fact that electrical currents and electrical shock can promote accelerated healing in bones and other tissues such as ligaments and tendons. However, the problem has invariably come down to two factors:

  1. Locating electrodes that are adequately close to the tissues to be stimulated electrically
  2. The reality that free electrical current follows an arbitrary path of least resistance

This problem is solved by PEMF therapy devices that use magnetic fields compared to direct electrical fields, further enclosing a larger area of the body.

These devices are designed to sustain the electrical surface tension of all cell membranes in the body. When the electrical surface tension of the cell membrane is maintained, neuron, tissue, and muscle cells are able to increase their productivity because nutrients remove waste by moving readily and efficiently into the cell.

Moreover, when the electrical surface tension of the cell membrane is maintained, there is improved blood supply allowing the red blood cells to distribute more amounts of oxygen across the body and ultimately boosting the immune system to encourage more rapid healing. By and large, better cell function ensures better performance of the entire body.

The Medical Devices Act 93/42 EEC has certified most of the NewMed devices, and the company is so confident with the quality of these devices that all products are available with at least 2 years warranty.

What types of conditions can PEMF therapy treat?

Since the cellular reaction takes place in every body, magnetic fields are not condition specific. As a result, PEMF therapy can be used to assist with the majority of conditions. In fact, clinical studies have demonstrated that PEMFs are capable of:

  • Increasing circulation
  • Decreasing inflammation
  • Accelerating bone healing
  • Enhancing muscle function
  • Reducing the effects of stress
  • Improving blood oxygenation, and much more

NewMed offers PEMF therapy devices that have a wide variety of applicators and can help with various diseases, disorders, injuries, or diseases. Individuals can contact NewMed to find out how PEMF therapy can help with their particular needs.

About NewMed Ltd.

NewMed is a division of its parent company Bedfont Scientific Ltd.  Bedfont has been successful in the medical industry for over 40 years, specialising in medical breath analysis devices as well as its leading critical care device.

Heading up NewMed is Business Development Manager Andy Smith. His father, and parent company director, suggested that Andy use PEMF therapy after he experienced complications following stomach surgery. After such a positive experience using PEMF therapy himself, Andy thought there would be no better advocate for it in the UK and that’s how NewMed began…

At NewMed we come to work everyday because we want to improve quality of life, that’s our mission and we love what we do! Everyone experiences pain at some point in life, but not everyone knows how to manage it.

Today we provide the largest variety of PEMF therapy products to the UK (with a few other health products to make it even better!). As a family run business we aim to provide our customers with honest, educational and trustworthy information. We believe that everyone needs PEMF therapy in his or her life, it’s not just a management tool, it’s prevention tool too. We like to think of it as our first aid kit!

The work we do:

We work alongside our manufacturers in the UK, Germany and the USA to provide a range of PEMF therapy and complimentary drug free pain relief products to you today. Our work has been recognised by Dr. William Pawluk, MD, MSc, a board certified family physician and leading authority on PEMF Therapy from North America and we now have the pleasure of working alongside him.


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Last updated: Mar 22, 2018 at 9:03 AM

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