PEMF Therapy at Broadway Wellness in Vancouver

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What is PEMF Therapy at Broadway Wellness in Vancouver?

PEMF – Pulsed ElectroMagnetic Fields therapy is a non-invasive treatment that produces an electromagnetic frequency to cause cellular action in the body. These energy waves work with your body’s natural magnetic field to improve healing. It can greatly improve the benefits of other modalities, as often, health conditions have multiple components. Acute, chronic pain and overall health can be treated as full body or with specific intention depending on the applications. Therapeutic PEMFs are studied across the world with much scientific research concluding that there is no significant side effects or risk of harm. You can read more about the benefits of PEMF Therapy here.

Mai Holmes

Mail Holmes

PEMF Therapy is now offered at Broadway Wellness in Vancouver by Mai Holmes. Mai is a certified Lifestyle Consultant that uses the iMRS Omnium1 which was researched and created by NASA for astronauts that were leaving earth’s orbit and getting sick. They use the iMRS Omnium1 PEMF applications to match the Earth’s magnetic field properties bringing nearly all 75 trillion cells into harmonic tone. With this holistic approach it enhances the self-healing powers of the body while supporting the biorhythm of the organ clock. Blending these rhythms with natural earth frequencies stimulates the immune, metabolic, neurological, endocrine, circulatory and musculoskeletal systems. Scientific studies show an increase in energy, vitality, improved sleep, decreased stress response, reduced pain and overall well-being. Use PEMF therapy to promote healing through cellular restoration while enjoying this gentle, universal approach to treatment.

PEMF is a separate service that is not billable or conducted by a Registered Massage Therapist. To book a PEMF treatment with Mai Holmes, please click here or call the clinic at 604-732-5222 and our front desk team would be happy to assist you.


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