Many wonder why, as an outspoken zealot against some PEMF products, I carry the PEMF Ring. The answer is simple: It is low-powered and very subtle compared to the high-powered versions used on horses and even people. This tiny version lets you put the device right where support is needed for sore areas. This low level of output decreases exposure, which alleviates the concerns for safety factors. Additionally, it is more closely connected to the studies showing low-powered PEMF devices can improve circulation and relieve pain.
The PEMF Ring (or Square)- (which stands for pulsed electromagnetic field) has been reclassified by the FDA to Pulsed Shortwave Therapy (PSWT) to distinguish the significant differences between the high-gauss, low-frequency devices from high-frequency, low-gauss versions. The PEMF (PSWT) Ring uses a high-range radio frequency of less than 10 millimeters and is now referenced as a pulsed shortwave therapy device. Six hours of treatment delivers the equivalent of 20 minutes spent with a high-voltage machine.
The PEMF (PSWT) Ring is straightforward with a simple On/Off button with a light indicator. It lasts for 700 hours of use and is very easy to apply. Loosely wrap or secure it with tape or leave it in a plastic bag and place it, and you are good to go!
- Frequency: 27.1 MHz RF
- Pulses: shortwave modulated 1 kHz w/100 uS pulses
- Penetration greater than 1cm
- < 10 milligauss
- No setup; affix to animal
- Improves localized circulation
- General Pain Relief
- Reduces Swelling
- Joint Pain
As with all our products, the low-level PEMF Ring emits a low dose and is a therapeutic method of helping our animals. It is a disposable product that is budget-friendly!
Great for Horses and dogs, too!
We have a few stories of elderly dogs utilizing the PEMF Ring by attaching it to their collar. With regular treatments over time, there have been remarkable improvements! Our favorite story is of 13-year-old Pearl, a Chinese Crested Powderpuff. As she got older, her health started to fail. She couldn’t climb stairs due to painful hocks and had poor stamina. Her owner decided to try the PEMF Ring, placing it cross-body on Pearl. With regular treatments over the next six months, she could run, climb stairs, and keep up with her sister, with plenty of energy to spare.