Symptoms vary and misdiagnosis is common. Many vets aren’t considering Electrologist as a cause of poor or worsening health. Many vets and animal activists also encourage microchip ID implants which are also electronic devices. Some fare better than others after being micro-chipped.
Veterinarians were the first to use PEMF therapy in North America. The ability to heal broken legs in racehorses was astounding, and in 1979 the use of PEMF therapy was approved for the treatment of nonunion fractures, failed fusions, and congenital osteoarthritis in humans.
PEMF has the unique ability to pass through fur, skin, bandages and bone and can penetrate through the entire body of a dog or cat lying on the bed reaching deep into the joints and muscles stimulating circulation.
All the animals love PEMF therapy because it is not invasive, no waiting at the vet’s office, which is very stressful for the hurt animal, no drugs involved and they feel the healing earth based energy.
Let’s not forget our furry friends. They love PEMF therapy too!
“A year ago, our 4 months old puppy was playfully chasing my girls, who were sledding down the hill, and they ran over Charlie’s paw 🙁 The poor puppy was in a lot of pain. She wouldn’t let me touch her paw. I slowly introduced OmniSpot to her and she let me put it on. She went from painfully crying to a relaxed state in a few minutes. The treatments lasted for a few days and within a week she was out playing with the girls again.”
“One day our dog came home limping and I just got my Omnium1 set so we put it to the test. She was so relaxed and didn’t mind that we put her painful paw into the OmniSpot.
After only 15 min. she was able to stand on her paw and after another treatment later in the day she walked normally.”