If you struggle with fatigue, ongoing pain, or slow-to-heal injuries and wounds, pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy may be exactly what you need to re-energize and boost healing. Leon Baginski, MD, FACOG, in Mission Viejo, California, provides PEMF vascular therapy, a noninvasive and painless procedure that promotes your overall health and eliminates toxins by improving blood flow. To learn more about PEMF vascular therapy, call the office or schedule an appointment online.(949) 276-6266
What type of vascular therapy do you provide?
Dr. Baginski offers patients an innovative vascular treatment called pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy. This system delivers a safe and painless magnetic pulse to your body that stimulates contraction in blood vessels and increases blood flow, reaching the tiniest capillaries.
When your blood flow improves, you immediately gain several health benefits. The cells throughout the treated area receive more oxygen, which boosts cellular metabolism. At the same time, the increased blood flow carries away more of the wastes that naturally occur during metabolism.
The bloodstream carries your body’s regenerative cells, such as stem cells and growth factors, to tissues that are damaged or disease. By increasing the blood supply to these tissues, PEMF promotes your body’s natural healing response and reduces inflammation.
What conditions may benefit from vascular therapy?
Boosting your blood flow can help relieve the symptoms of many health conditions throughout your body, including:
- Low back pain
- Torn ligaments
- Joint pain
- Non-healing fractures
Studies show that treatment with PEMF therapy may effectively alleviate postoperative pain.
Can everyone use PEMF?
It’s important to consult with Dr. Baginski to learn if PEMF therapy is the best option for your specific problem, as well as your overall health. While electromagnetic vascular therapy is safe for most people, you may not be a good candidate if you meet any of the following criteria.
- Fever of unknown cause
- Infectious disease
- Severe cardiac arrhythmia
- Uncontrolled seizures
- Long-term use of certain medications
You should not use PEMF if you’ve had an organ or bone marrow transplant and take immunosuppressants. Most patients benefit from the immune-strengthening effect of PEMF, but that’s not a desirable result if you take immunosuppressants.
What should I expect during PEMF vascular therapy?
Your PEMF therapy is highly relaxing as you only need to lie back and relax while the PEMF device does the work, gently sending magnetic pulses through your skin and into your tissues.
You won’t feel any pain during your session, which typically lasts 30-90 minutes, depending on the treatment area.
To learn more about vascular therapy with PEMF, call the office of Leon Baginski, MD FACOG, or schedule an appointment online.