PEMF is Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Field Therapy, a revolutionary technology which creates a safe, pulsing magnetic field without drugs or side-effects and often with immediate results!

Stimulating cells with electromagnetic energy promotes the exchange of fluids – oxygen, nutrients and water enter, while toxins exit.

The PEMF device sends a pulsing magnetic field through the coil, 16″ deep into the body. As the pulsing magnetic field pulses on, the cell membrane is gently pulled by the magnetic field. On the off phase of the pulse, the cell membrane is relaxed. As the cells expand and relax, the cell membrane becomes more permeable, and are better able to release waste, toxins and inflammation and receive oxygen and nutrients. This receiving of oxygen and releasing of waste is what increases the natural charge of the cell. As the cell reaches it’s natural charge, cells return to optimal health. 

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“I feel pulsed electromagentic field therapy may be one of the greatest discoveries in the history of medicine.”

Dr. David Williams


“In all living things energy is more fundamental than chemistry.” 

James Oschman


“We are, after all, only as healthy as our cells.” 

William Pawluk, MD

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PEMF does not treat one specific condition, it optimizes cellular function to promote the bodies own ability to heal itself. The cellular exercise that rehabilitates cells is unique to PEMF.



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Perfecting PEMF

Paul Webb, Founder of Pulse Centers

As a result of several accidents during his 20s, Paul suffered from constant pain and stiffness due to the build-up of scar tissue. Trying every modality recommended by national experts, all efforts failed to improve Paul’s quality of life, so he knew he had to start looking in a different direction.

Because of injuries, a once-thriving 27-year-old was unable to exercise, despite repeated attempts.

In 2006 Paul’s research lead him to PEMF. He purchased a personal high-intensity PEMF machine, and after just one day of use, he experienced a drastic improvement. After six weeks of PEMF exercise, Paul was functioning normally.

Sadly, Paul’s personal machine proved unreliable over time, requiring frequent repair and maintenance. Convinced there had to be a better way to help people like himself, Paul made it his personal mission to develop the most advanced PEMF system on the market. Pulse Centers was founded by Paul in 2007.

Pulse Centers is now the world’s leading high-powered pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) technology company.

“Each and every piece in our complete line of accessories is also a first in high-powered PEMF,”  Paul explained.

“Having two completely separate magnetic fields in one accessory had never been accomplished before, as well as being able to use two accessories at the same time allowing for up to four separate magnetic fields to work many different areas of the body simultaneously. This provides a level of results that no other PEMF device can match.

“In addition,” he added, “we have pioneered the elimination of any dead spots in our accessories.”

The history of PEMF

The basic technology has existed in various forms for decades, starting with Nikola Tesla’s alternating current in the 1800’s.  About seventy years ago, Dr. Harold Saxton Burr, PhD proved that disease was preceded by a quantifiable imbalance in our electrical charge. Shortly after, PEMF Cellular Exercise began being used to aid in bone growth. It currently is used to support whole body wellness.

Tesla, who lived from 1856 until 1943, is credited with first observing the effects of electro-magnetic fields upon cells of the human body. He invented the Tesla Coil in 1890 which was perhaps the first electromagnetic device.

Not long after, Daniel David Palmer (1845 – 1913) who for nine years considered himself a “magnetic healer,” formed the Palmer School of Magnetic Cure in Davenport, Iowa. When Palmer later began applying manipulation of the spine, the Palmer School of Chiropractic was born in 1897.

Harold Saxton Burr (1889-1973), Professor of Anatomy at Yale University School of Medicine researched the energy fields of organisms, and published 93 papers on biological electricity between 1932 & 1956. He discovered that measurable imbalances in the electrical field of an organ precede the onset of pathology and that if the electrical imbalance is corrected, the disease does not manifest.

The FDA approved PEMF therapy for the healing of nonunion fractures in 1979 and for post-operative edema and pain in 1987. In 1998 PEMF therapy was approved for urinary incontinence and muscle stimulation. It was used as an adjunct to cervical fusion in 2004 and since 2006 for severe depression and anxiety in patients who did not respond to drug therapies. In 2011, the FDA approved PEMF therapy for treatment of brain cancer.

NASA has invest $3.5 million into 4 years of electromagnetic field studies. The study of Physiological and Molecular Genetic Effects of Electromagnetic Fields on Human Neuronal Cells was published in 2003. The system was employed by NASA for restoring bone and muscle density on astronauts returning from space.

In 2009, NASA was awarded the U.S. patent for PEMF use to enhance tissue repair in mammals, and to reverse the bone loss experienced by astronauts when they are in a gravity-free environment and away from the earth’s magnetic field. NASA scientists’ ultimate goal for magnetic therapy is to create an astronaut suit that would provide a countermeasure for the muscle atrophy and bone loss associated with space flight. NASA’s findings in regards to magnetic therapy to sustain astronauts’ well-being while in space have been instrumental in validating ongoing scientific studies.

Israel has accepted the use of PEMF devices for migraine headaches. Canada has accepted PEMF devices for several uses. The European Union has many acceptances for the use of PEMF therapy in many areas including healing and recovery from trauma, degeneration and the treatment of the pain and range of motion issues. Many benefits of PEMF therapy have been demonstrated through more than 2,000 University level double-blind medical studies done in many countries.