Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Field
Beyond Health is now offering pulse PEMF sessions! What is PEMF? Pulsed electromagnetic field technology is a treatment that stimulates, activates, and exercises cells to support overall wellness. Pulse PEMF, a non-invasive, relaxing, and safe modality that interacts at the cellular level for lasting wellness benefits.
Studies show that PEMF may…
- Enhance the body’s natural recovery process,
- Assist with muscle fatigue and discomfort after exercise,
- Support general relaxation,[4,5]
- Increase natural energy,[6,7]
- and Amplify athletic performance![7,8]
Pulse Centers manufactures the world’s leading PEMF technology with systems designed to energize your mind, body, and life. Pulse’s exclusive accessories are made with human anatomy in mind and handcrafted from ultraluxe, soft, durable, leather-free Ultrafabrics®. BEYOND HEALTH will be offering PEMF sessions which differs from other electromagnetic devices in its low-to-high intensity capability, which allows for a new level of session customization.
PEMF may not be right for you if you…
- Have an internal electronic device that cannot be removed, such as pacemakers, cochlear implants, defibrillators, spinal stimulators, etc.
- Are actively bleeding
- Are pregnant or believe you may be pregnant
- Have injuries or concerns of injuries that have not yet been evaluated by a licensed healthcare provider
How to Get Started
Beyond Health is offering PEMF sessions at the following rates. Sessions are 60 minutes, and we recommend taking advantage of 3 sessions per week to experience optimal wellness results as you begin your PEMF journey.
Availability is first-come-first-serve, so call to book your session before the appointment slots are filled.
$99 per session
$250 for a package of 3 sessions
$450 for a package of 6 sessions
$650 for a package of 10 sessions
$900 for a package of 12 sessions
Cells are Like Batteries
Researchers from the University of Warwick’s Bio-Electrical Engineering Innovation Hub explained that a bioelectrical view of the cell could enhance our ability to predict and control cellular behavior. In both electrochemical cells (batteries) and biological cells, the partitioning of charged molecules and ions across membranes in and around the cell gives rise to chemical reactions and ion movements. We know that when batteries are low on charge, they perform short of their potential. Similarly, biological cells that are low on charge will also exhibit dysfunction. Much like rechargeable batteries for cell phones, laptops, and cars, biological cells can also be recharged to function optimally. We can also expect that just as some rechargeable batteries hold their charges less as they age, the duration or impact of recharging biological cells will vary from one cell/individual to the next.
How PEMF Works: Mechanism of Action
Ambient and supplemental magnetic fields promote myogenesis via a TRPC1-mitochondrial axis: evidence of a magnetic mitohormetic mechanism
(The FASEB Journal, 2019)
After understanding that biological cells behave like electrochemical cells (batteries) through chemical reactions and ion movements, it helps to understand exactly what cellular and sub-cellular reactions and ion movements take place under the influence of PEMF. While the referenced article discusses PEMF’s mechanism of action on muscle cells, the components involved could translate to many other cells. For example, the TRPC1 protein involved in this study is a voltage-gated ion channel located on the plasma membrane of numerous human and animal cell types. PEMF helps position/orient TRPC1 so that it better facilitates the movement of calcium (Ca2+) ions into the cell. Inside the cell, calcium ions…
- Get to the mitochondria, which in turn respires more
- Aid in production of another protein (calcineurin) which supports the immune system, and
- Stimulate epigenetic cascades that support production of mitochondria.
In essence, with (1) and (3) you have more mitochondria available and each is respiring more, thereby generating more ATP and energy for the cell to do its job. Given that TRPC1 and other voltage-gated calcium channels are in so many different cells, it makes sense that regardless of the cells in question, the central impact of PEMF is moving calcium ions and stimulating mitochondrial respiration and reproduction, leading to greater energy.
In 2019, ODU’s Center for Bioelectrics studied the effects of Pulse Centers PEMF technology on rat subjects and subsequently measured the subjects’ blood flow. The average increase in blood flow after each PEMF session was about 20% greater than the blood flow of the control subjects which were not given PEMF sessions. Additionally, blood flow after 60 minutes of PEMF treatment was significantly higher than blood flow after only 15 minutes of treatment. The researchers concluded that the results provide evidence that PEMFs improve blood flow, enhance oxygen consumption, and boost ATP production by facilitating electron transport. By doing so, they may also increase skeletal muscle cellular energy potential.
Benefits of PEMF for Humans
As PEMF stimulates and exercises the cell, it is as if the cell “wakes up” and starts doing what it needs to do. It gets moving. It gets exercised. This is why PEMF is often referred to as “Cellular Exercise,” and this process has several implications for human wellness:
Optimize Wellness – Non-Invasively 
PEMF generates energy at the cellular level without medically invasive procedures. This amplification of natural energy encourages the body to function more effectively for overall wellness.
Enhance the Body’s Natural Recovery Process 
Address underlying cellular dysfunction by stimulating and exercising the cells.
Assist with Muscle Fatigue & Discomfort After Exercise 
Complement any training program.
Support General Relaxation [4, 5]
PEMF is a soothing and restorative modality.
Experience More ENERGY, Naturally [6, 7]
The body’s holistic nature uses PEMF as a catalyst for full-body energy.
Amplify Athletic Performance [7, 8]
Harness the power of natural energy to supplement training and performance goals.
Take Control Of Your Cellular Function
The use of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields (PEMF) for wellness dates back to the 19th century, and the scientific studies regarding the benefits and applications of PEMF are extensive, to say the least.