Courtneys years of experience in biomechanics and working directly in the equine industry gives her a strong educational background to provide superior PEMF services to your beloved horse. No shortcuts, no lack of knowledge, no gimmicks, just a strong understanding of the equine structural and musculature anatomy and how it all ties together. Hundreds of people in North Carolina trust Courtney to work on her horse, you can be one as well!
Full equine body- $100
Full equine body plus legs- $125
30 minute human or dog session- $50
30 min Focus Equine Session- $50
Please see previous page for package rates! Better package deals can be discussed for more sessions.
How does it work:
PEMF stands for “Pulsed Electromagnetic Field” Therapy. A PEMF device creates a gently pulsing electromagnetic field which restores health of horses at a cellular level by stimulating cell metabolism.
The PEMF device sends a pulsing magnetic field through a soft, flexible rubber coil 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, allowing the cell 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, the message of pain to the brain is reduced and the cells return to optimal health. This cellular exercise is what is profoundly beneficial and unique to PEMF.
This cellular exercise is what is profoundly beneficial and unique to PEMF. Because the magnetic wave effects only the cells that have a low level of charge, the damaged cells are the only ones that show pulsing or twitching. Because of this, the PEMF is very effective in locating the damaged cells (areas of soreness).
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