Magna Wave PEMF (Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Field) Therapy is widely used in the conditioning of race, performance and pleasure horses around the world.


What effect does Magna Wave pulsed magnetic energy have on the disease process?
 A pulsating magnetic field has a positive influence on any disease process. By displacing ions pulsating magnetic fields can lead to normalization of the membrane potential.

  • Blood circulation is affected and normalized. Loaded particles in the bloodstream will oscillate in the rhythm of the QRS frequency. This can reduce friction and flow resistance in narrow capillaries. Perfusion (blood circulation) increases and at the same time the diffusion rate for oxygen and carbon dioxide increases.
  • Oxygen partial pressure increases. All studies demonstrated a dramatic increase in the oxygen content of the blood, up to 100 to 200%.
  • Cell membrane potential is normalized. General exhaustion of the body, caused by stress or chronic disease, will reduce the cell's membrane potential (usually between 70 to 90 mV). If this potential approaches the zero level, the cell dies. A cell uses 50% of its energy to maintain this potential. Magna Wave, with its patented ion transport system enables the selective movement of protons (H+ ions), which will then be retargeted at the cell membrane. In this way the membrane will be hyperpolarized and the membrane potential normalizes.
  • Calcium influx enters the cell. Through increased concentration of H+ ions in the membrane area pH value is reduced near the membrane. This leads to the release of calcium from the protein layer of the cell membrane. Unbound calcium flows into the cell core and triggers numerous metabolic reactions. Macrophages (tissue cells functioning as protection against infections) are activated and therefore the immune system is strengthened. Metabolism is activated and nitric oxide, a potent vessel enlarger, is produced. In addition, cytogenesis (structure, function, and multiplication of the cells) is stimulated.

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