A leading-edge way to revitalize all of your 75 trillion cells.
A therapy provided by Dr. Hans Van Latenstein.
|Useful for Increasing:||Useful for Decreasing:|
|Automatic response||Blood stasis|
|Cell repair||Electro Smog|
|Central Nervous System||Inflammation|
|Range of Motion||Tiredness|
History of PEMF
Early on in space travel, astronauts came back sick and weak. It was soon discovered that they were missing something vital: the electro-magnetic exposure we naturally get on earth. NASA did extensive research and developed earth-based devices capable of producing PEMF for the space shuttles and space suits. The astronauts not only didn’t get sick anymore, but they actually showed significant revitalization. Since then PEMF has been used in the health industry to boost metabolism, and the oxygen and nutritional intake of the cells.PEMFT has been called the future of medicine.
How does it work?
PEMFT is a simple, fast, and effective way of improving the healing potential of each and every cell in the body. Each cell has a wall that surrounds it. This wall functions to let nutrients, oxygen, water, and waste move in and out of the cell. For the cell wall to maintain optimum permeability, and the organism to produce optimal energy, the frequency of that cell must be working from 70-90 mV. PEMFT improves cellular metabolism by pulsating at a frequency that is recognized by the cell, helping to reestablish healthy cellular function. This in turn leads to improved levels of energy and a higher capacity for healing.
What should I expect?
PEMFT is a cumulative therapy, meaning the more regular your exposure to it is, the better your results will be. All you’ll need to do is schedule an appointment with Dr. Hans, lie down in the electro-magnetic field, and relax. Please ask us for a presentation about PEMFT–we’re happy to help you understand how this therapy works and how it can help you and your loved ones.
Is this treatment for everyone?
A wide range of individuals can benefit from this therapy. However, PEMFT is not for individuals with electronic implants such as pacemakers, individuals who are pregnant, or those with epilepsy.