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How PEMF Therapy Impacts Pain Caused by Cellular Injury

How PEMF Therapy Impacts Pain Caused by Cellular Injury

Have you ever heard the phrase cellular injury used in the same sentence with pain?

It isn’t common to hear or read those two words together, but what you may not know is that pain is a sign of something much deeper than muscle strain, sprains, and even torn tendons or ligaments.

Pain is related to the injury and death of your cells, and it is something that very few doctors talk about with their patients.

The health of your cells and how they function is important, and learning more about the role they play when your body is injured is equally important.

Injury to your cells is related to pain as well as aging, however, there may be a way to address the speed of aging and damage to cells with the use of PEMF therapy.

Today, this article is dedicated to helping you gain a deeper understanding of what happens to cells, and how they play an important role in all aspects of your health including pain and seeing those symptoms be reduced.

How Cellular Injury Occurs and Causes Pain

A part of basic science class growing up is about learning the basic principles of science.

This means learning about the earth, how it functions, and how it impacts our daily lives.

An education in basic science is also important to learn more about how the body functions, down to the cellular level.

Blood cells are one of the most basic things you discussed in elementary school, but you may not realize how important cellular health is when it comes to managing pain.

Cells are rarely discussed with a patient, mainly because an appointment is a quick in and out scenario.

This happens with injuries that doctors check in the emergency room at the hospital, as well as at an Urgent Care facility.

An assessment is made, medication is given for the short-term with a referral for a new doctor to see the patient, and there is no education given to the patient regarding cells and the role they play in causing pain and how pain can be managed.

Here are the highlights that tell us when the cellular injury has occurred:

  1. Cells fail to adapt when stress strikes.
  2. Cells are unable to rebound from exposure to the culprit that caused the damage.
  3. Cells have abnormalities, whether these are generic or these abnormalities were caused by an outside disruption.

The term “cell death” sounds harsh, and most likely causes you to think about events like a stroke, or even severe head trauma.

However, cell death isn’t always related to something so traumatic.

Injury to the cells can be caused by oxidative stress. Oxidative stress is often caused by pollution and the harmful chemicals that we leak into the environment with the use of pesticides, fungicides, and herbicides.

Factories that emit smoke from huge smokestacks are putting the community at risk, and harmful dyes and other chemicals that are found in detergents, shampoos, and concoctions that we use to work on our vehicles are also a culprit.

There are numerous ways that cell injury or death can occur, and when it does, it can begin to break down tissue as well as cause inflammation, swelling, and other problems.

It has been said that what happens at the cellular level is what we end up seeing prior to an official diagnosis.

There are many dangers in this type of death occurring in the body including:

  • Depletion of ATP
  • Swelling in the cells themselves
  • Damage to your DNA
  • Damage to the mitochondria and mixed messaging to the cells for proper shape and function

What lies beneath the injuries to the body or pain is often much deeper than what we see on the surface. Is it possible that the damage to your cells can be reversed?

Is healing down to the cellular level even possible?

Healing Cellular Injury Naturally

Healing the body naturally is often viewed as a last resort in the United States.

The way we practice medicine in the U.S. and how we have been conditioned to respond to illness and pain is very different than in other countries.

Medications always have their rightful place, but medications are unable to heal the body at the cellular level.

We do know that some of the techniques used in modern medicine, such as chemotherapy kills not only the bad cells but the good ones as well.

This creates an ongoing problem, and some say that it could be avoided.

The position here is not that PEMF therapy is a cure, however there are some individuals that report what they refer to as a “cure for cancer”, and studies on PEMF therapy in Europe have shown that oxygenation to the cells kills cancer cells.

Where there is ample oxygen cancer cells cannot survive.

This would promote the idea that PEMF therapy could repair the damaged cells from various agents and outside conditions in an attempt to not only slow down aging but to reduce pain.

Research shows that PEMF therapy can reverse the damage done to cells, thus slowing down the aging process and healing tissues, nerves, muscles, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, and even joints.

When inflammation is reduced, swelling goes down and pain is either significantly reduced or it goes away.

Would you like to feel less pain or have fewer flare-ups than you have had this winter?

Are you suffering from chronic pain, and getting results from your MRI that show necrosis of your tissues?

Healthy cells can change your mind and your body.

If you would like to learn more about how you can use PEMF therapy in your practice at an affordable rate, or how you can heal from cellular injury, take a moment to visit

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