Reduce Pain In Just Minutes!
PULSE Cellular Exercise, also known as Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF) applies electromagnetic fields that reach deep inside your body to exercise your cells. It causes your cells to expand and contract, similarly to when you work out at the gym. Just like your muscles, your cells need to be strong.
Weak cells are characterized by low voltage. PULSE Cellular Exercise replenishes energy in low voltage cells. As your cells expand and contract, they are able to expel toxins and absorb nutrients. Your cells’ voltage increases, and they grow stronger. High voltage cells are able to grow, heal, and reproduce successfully. Strong cells will create more strong cells! Download this PDF to learn more about the research behind the results.
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WHAT TO EXPECT
How to Prepare
Dress casually and comfortably.
Avoid wearing a lot of jewelry or accessories (you need to take them off for the session).
Hydrate (being properly hydrated will help with circulation during the session and ease detoxification).
Try to avoid consuming caffeine or other stimulants 3 hours prior to pulsing (this will make relaxation easier).
Avoid alcohol, drugs, and other substance on the day of your PULSE session.
Having a pace maker, defibrillator, or cochlear implant is contraindicated for PEMF. If you have any of these devices, PULSE in not for you, but all of other services continue to be safe and beneficial for you to use.
What to Bring
If you run cold, dress warmly (maybe bringing warm socks and a light sweater). Our PULSE rooms are kept at room temperature. However, as you relax, your blood pressure may lower and you may get a little chilly.
We have blankets available. You're also welcome to bring your own if you'd like.
Outlining the PEMF Experience
PULSE sessions are 50 minutes long (unless booked for longer).
After removing all jewelry, electronic, and any exterior accessories with metal, you'll lie down on the PULSE bed and your session will start.
We'll start you with a full-body warmup (generally lasts 10 minutes or longer for longer sessions).
The electromagnetic PULSE will cause your muscles to contract rhythmically (while this sensation can have some intensity and can take some getting used to, PEMF is not painful).
We'll work with 1-3 areas of focus (generally lasts 30 minutes or longer for longer sessions).
You'll end with a light, full-body wash (generally lasts 10 minutes or longer for longer sessions).
When your session is complete you're welcome to take your time to have some water, to use our facilities, to relax in our lounge, or enjoy another service.
Note that you may experience a detox reaction from PULSE therapy. As your body processes toxins during and after treatment, it is possible you may experience symptoms like headache, nausea, or fatigue. These symptoms usually resolve quickly and can be mitigated by hydrating well before and after your session.
Find Answers to Frequently Asked Questions here!
How often should I use PEMF?
Suggested frequency will vary depending on each individual and their goals. Consult with one of our staff members for a personalized recommendation.
What does PEMF feel like?
PEMF will cause your muscles to contract rhythmically, especially at medium or higher power. When lying on the full bed, this muscle activity will be more prominent in the upper body. While it can take a little time to get used to the sensation, most people are able to relax into it fairly quickly.
Does PEMF hurt?
While PEMF can bring about an aching sensation in certain areas of the body, it is not painful to experience.
Can I PULSE if I am pregnant?
PULSE is contraindicated while your pregnant which means you should not use it while you're pregnant. However, PULSE is an excellent tool for postpartum recovery.
Do I need to book appointments in advance?
Most of the time, yes. We do allow last minute bookings for Pulse when there is a time slot available but it's best to book ahead so you can make sure your reservation is saved for you.
To book, call us at 505.205.1475 or click on the button below to book online.
Who shouldn't PULSE?
Anyone with an implanted electronic device ... like a pace maker, defibrillator cochlear implant, insulin pump, etc. ... should not PULSE. If you have
Can I PULSE if I have any metal implants plates, pins, screws, or rods?
Yes, as long of the metal implant is not electronic you can PULSE safely.