Frequently Asked Questions
By increasing the blood oxygen in the whole body the sensitive area continues to be helped as super oxygenated blood from the rest of the body continues to flow through the area.
While the therapy is similar the difference is in the delivery method and power. The higher power of Magna Wave provides shorter treatment times and immediate results.
The blood oxygen is increased, lymphatic system is activated and acupuncture points are stimulated. This process reduces pain and inflammation and promotes healing.
Results can last a day or weeks depending on the problem. In a show situation one or two treatments per week is normally sufficient.
Muscle tissue palpitates in sensitive areas because of super oxygenation and molecule movement in the cells.
Normal treatment time is 20 to 30 minutes.
Results are immediate with continued improvement over time with additional treatments.
Immediately, there is no recovery time.
Yes, but at the trainer’s discretion. However, we recommend that you try it on the horse ahead of time, since different horses react differently to treatment. We have found that some horses are more relaxed after the therapy, so might not have the same edge before a race. Other horses are not affected in that way. So try it on your horse before a breezing to measure its performance and decide for yourself.
While that’s not a measure of its effectiveness, PEMF is actually approved by the FDA for the treatment of depression. Beyond the FDA, there are other mainstream uses for PEMF. Our own space agency, NASA, received a U.S.patent for the application of PEMF on enhancing tissue repair in animals. The research found that PEMF stimulates the growth of the fiercely researched stem cells.
PEMF technology has existed for hundreds of years, dating back to somewhat primitive civilizations, and has been used for a variety of purposes, including seed germination. Magna Wave was founded in 2002, and has been providing an avenue for wellness in both humans and animals ever since, using only top-of-the-line equipment and thorough certification training.