PEMF, Magnetfeldtherapie in der Veterinärmedizin

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PEMF in veterinary medicine

Also in the veterinary medicine, the PEMF therapy is being used more and more successfully.
Above all, in the sector of racehorses and other animals who, due to their performance, are subject to very high stress, the treatment with pulsed electro-magnetic fields has proven to be especially effective.

The Pulsed Electro-magnetic field therapy is used for performance enhancement and power conservation above all race horses around the world. Besides the well-known methods in veterinary medicine such as electrotherapy, laser or shockwave treatment the PEMF therapy takes a special position.
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The PEMF-therapy is easy to use and is quickly adopted and well received by the animal.

More and more veterinary hospitals and many of the leading trainers and breeders are confident and take advantage of the non-invasive treatment with PEMF.
The results are also of interest to human medicine, as according to current knowledge a placebo effect can not occur in animals and so the actual effect of the PEMF therapy is shown to the user and the owner in a clear and unadulterated way.

Important Note

Medicine products usually need several years until they are broadly accepted. By relevant jurisdiction, according to the Heilmittelwerbegesetzt (HWG) and the Gesetz gegen den unlauteren Wettbewerb (UWG, german law against unfair competition) we are obliged to point out that the effectiveness of magnetic field therapies is still being discussed controversially in science and is not yet generally accepted.

Healomed GmbH and PEMF Systems, Inc. indicate the statements on our webpages as well as in all media linked with it, the contents of which Healomed is responsible for (brochures, folders, leaflets and so on) that correspond to therapeutic successes, applications, etc. are not based on scientific fact, but are application based results, where PEMF therapy has been used in the treatment of patients in past years. In addition, statements made relate to source-based scientific studies, which may not meet the most current scientific knowledge.