PEMF PMT 120
The PMT120 is probably the most popular PEMF device in the world. Thousands of individuals around the world love the WOW factor this device creates.
The PMT 120 uses 2 square waves simultaneously to carry the magnetic field directly to the cell at up to 20,000 gauss. What does that mean to you? Instead of resonating just the receptors on the cell membrane, the PMT 120 delivers harmonic impulses that resonates the entire cell membrane.
These Applicators are all inclusive with your purchase of the PMT120. The Large loop, Butterfly, Paddle and Rope are standard accessories. The MagPad can be added separately during checkout.
Size: 16.5″ W x 15.75″ D x 5.5″ H.
Weight: 45 lbs.
Portable Model (All Terrain Equine)
Size: 22.5″ H x 17″ W x 11.5″ D.
Weight: 44 lbs.
Color: Black or Green.
Wheels: 3″ (office) or 6″ (field).
Max Intensity: 20,000 Gauss = 2 Tesla.
Frequency Range: 1Hz – 50Hz.
Use: Home or Clinic.
Power: 120 V standard U.S. wall outlet. 220 V on request.
USA Manufacturer for 20 years.
What is PEMF?
The PMT Digital system is a pulsed electromagnetic field device with a peak performance of up to 7000 Gauss.
Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (PEMF) is a type of electromagnetic therapy in which small magnetic currents are intermittently applied to the body.
Our bodies use magnetic fields to generate cellular energy and transport items across membranes. Therefore magnetic energy is required for life. Cleopatra was probably the first celebrity to use magnets. Stories say that she slept with a Lodestone (magnetic stone) to keep her skin youthful. The therapeutic knowledge was passed to the Greeks who have been using magnets for healing since 2500 BC. Aristotle and Plato also referred to the benefits of Lodestones in their work.
Since the emergence of evidence based medicine magnetic therapy has mainly stayed in the shadows. However as technology advances proof of its therapeutic action and function are becoming more widespread and documented. Especially considering that currently magnets are used as one of medicines most advanced imaging tool, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).