House pets – cats and dogs for the majority – tend to gravitate towards the magnetic fields provided by their owners.
We encourage our clients to let their animals enjoy the pulsed electromagnetic fields!
What we have found is that the owners began seeing positive changes in their pets.
Since MagnaWave began, we have worked with veterinarians around the world to learn more about the use of PEMF to benefit the animals we live with, work with, and love.
MagnaWave is a Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Frequency delivered through a coil placed on your horse by a Certified Practitioner to increase blood oxygenation, reduce inflammation and pain, stimulate acupuncture points and promote a happy, healthy horse.
If you are new to MagnaWave, you may be wondering what it does and how it can help you. PEMF emits pulses of magnetic energy, similar to the healthy energy already occurring in the body. The magnetic energy waves penetrate the body, oxygenating the blood, refueling the cells and relieving painful swelling, which improves the body’s ability to heal.
Some of the top benefits of PEMF include:
Reduction of Inflammation Improved Circulation
Injury Recovery & Wound Healing Pain Reduction
Improved Sleep & Relaxation
And Much More! Plus, PEMF is safe, non-invasive, and has no harmful side effects!
MagnaWave can help athletes relieve muscle pain and tension!
MagnaWave for athletes is a form of cellular exercise. By delivering PEMF right into your body’s cells, MagnaWave works to increase the uptake of oxygen into the muscle.
This helps raise blood and tissue oxygen levels. This increase in oxygen can significantly enhance muscle performance and stamina.
BrainTap™ creator Patrick K. Porter, Ph.D., began his journey into the science of calming the brain at age 12 when his father taught a relaxation method to him and his eight siblings. Porter soon recorded his first visualization on a cassette recorder and used it to transform himself from a self-professed “struggling student and storied troublemaker” into a three-sport athletic captain as well as an honor roll student.