The Science behind PEMF Therapy

Sep 14, 2022
AmpCoil PEMF Session in Progress


If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of
energy, frequency, and vibration. — Nikola Tesla


PEMF is an acronym for Pulsed ElectroMagnetic Field.

PEMF device stimulates and encourages your body's natural recovery process by emitting electromagnetic waves at different frequencies.

The waves created by the PEMF machine occur in brief bursts and are very low-frequency, like the electromagnetic waves found in nature.

The most commonly reported PEMF therapy benefits include:

  • better blood circulation
  • anti-inflammatory effect
  • improving cell membrane function
  • pain reduction
  • deep relaxation
  • metabolism enhancement
  • and an overall feeling of well-being.




PEMFs naturally stimulate every level of the body — every cell, tissue, and organ.

PEMF machines pulse beneficial natural magnetic waves throughout your body, reaching every cell, tissue, and organ. Electrical impulses from the waves charge the cells to the appropriate voltage. As a result of the effects, the body begins to repair and regulate itself to regain its natural balance by increasing cellular metabolism, blood flow enhancement, and optimizing membrane voltage.

The nature of electromagnetic waves allows them easily comes into all cells, tissues, and organs of the body, gently and favorably affecting the biochemical and biophysical processes in them. Imagine a pulsating aura the size of a human body that radiates from Ampcoil and moves through your body, filling you with positive energy.




Your body is familiar with the therapeutic frequency of PEMF treatment because it is similar to the frequencies you encounter in nature. Our Earth is a gigantic electric circuit. Its electromagnetic field surrounds and protects all living things with a natural frequency pulsation of 7.8 hertz (the so-called “Schumann resonance”).

Moreover, electromagnetic fields are produced even by your own body’s tissues! 
Many EMF rhythms are present in the nervous system, in muscles and bones, and within all connective tissue.
Frequencies from 5 to 30 Hz were found during postural muscle activity (quiet standing) and 10 Hz during walking [1].

So these frequencies are natural for our bodies. In contrast to the frequencies with which we often have to interact.
For example, in
microwave ovens, the commonly used wave frequency is roughly 2,500,000,000 Hz.
And when you take an
X-ray or a CT scan, your body absorbs a frequency of 500,000,000,000,000,000 Hz! These frequencies aren’t good for health.

The device that provided consistent results for me was Ampcoil, which uses only natural frequencies in a specific range to assist in the rebalancing processA typical session on an AmpCoil program may contain between 50 and 100 different frequencies ranging from 4 to 2,200 Hz.


So why is PEMF so effective? Today, science already knows 3 main physiological mechanisms of the impact of a pulsating electromagnetic field on health. They are:


PEMF improves blood circulation [234].

The healing effect of PEMF is accompanied by an increase in nitric oxide (NO) synthesis [589]. With the help of NO, the vessels of our body expand, allowing the tissues to receive more oxygen, more nutrients and better remove metabolic products and toxins. This leads to a significant acceleration of recovery, healing of wounds, injuries, and fractures, and the general health of tissues and organs.

It is also known that in addition to its vasodilatory effect, NO exerts many important functions on the vascular wall like inhibiting apoptosis [35]; regulating cell migration and angiogenesis [36] - and importantly, suppressing the inflammatory response induced by cytokines [37].



The anti-inflammatory effect is achieved by nitric oxide NO (read above), and by acting on Interleukin IL-1β and Transforming Growth Factor (TGF-β) [67]. All of this helps tissues recover faster, reduce pain and accelerate the regeneration of bones, ligaments, cartilage, and other tissues.




The pulsed electromagnetic field affects the operation of Ion channels (Ca2+) contained in the membranes of our cells [910]. By imitating our own frequencies, Ampcoil helps cells turn on the recovery and regeneration mode.

What is even more interesting is that pulsed electromagnetic field therapy can help to switch the resting potential of the cells from the diseased potential back to normal [1134]. This literally helps you to recharge your cells’ batteries and to feel great again.


More and more doctors and clinics are using PEMF devices in their practice. New scientific studies on the effectiveness of PEMF in the treatment of various problems and diseases are published monthly.

Today, hundreds of thousands of people have experienced the incredible effect of PEMF machine therapy in recovering from injuries that would take months longer with conventional treatment.

There are already lots of studies that show the convincing effect of PEMF treatments:

  • BONE FRACTURES and BONE LOSS [1213141516]
  • WOUNDS and ULCERS HEALING [242526]
  • PAIN TREATMENT [282930313233]

and will be even more.


And because of a significant increase in vasodilatation, strong anti-inflammatory effect, and the optimization of cells’ membrane, it could also be useful in:

  • Recovery
  • Improvement of blood circulation
  • Metabolism optimization: Increasing cellular activity and oxygen absorption within the cells
  • Enhancing detoxification and hydration
  • Immune Support
  • Better protein synthesis and energy restoration
  • Increasing joint function and bone density
  • Increasing energy levels
  • And overall health and well-being improvement.   


Enough to make the decision that can significantly change your life for the better? There is more to come!


AmpCoil is more than just a PEMF device.

AmpCoil combines 3 amazing technologies, to create a resonantly effective method of recovery and healing – PEMF, Sound Therapy, and Unique Software that enhances these methods.


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