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PMFT (Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy)

PMFT is a form of inductive therapy that uses the power of a pulsed magnetic field to promote tissue repair and influence cell activity.

This treatment is non-invasive – no pain involved, patients could tolerate the treatment in a relaxed manner.

PMFT equipment

What is PMFT and how does it work?

PMFT is a form of inductive therapy that falls within the non-radiative type of transduction where a dynamic or pulsing magnetic field passes through tissue. It is whilst rising and then collapsing tissue that therapeutic charges are induced causing changes to tissue electrics this leads to improved oxygenation and so improved cell activity


PMFT promotes the growth of new cells, therefore, having an influence on a number of areas such as improved wound healing, tendon injuries, nerve growth, and bone 

Your Veterinary Physiotherapist has been trained to understand the exact frequency required for each specific condition

For more information please refer to Stay on Track Modality Options Blog

Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy

What are the benefits of PMFT?

It is safe, natural and clinically tested . There are many reasons for choosing this treatment above the others:

  • Drug-free

  • Improve circulation

  • Non-invasive

  • Improve healing of hard or soft tissue

  • Pain relief

  • Could be applied by owner

  • Choice of the equipment size and shape, depending on the treating area

  • It is portable and could be hired out by your Vet Physio (VP)

  • Affordable treatment

PMFT treatment, pain relief
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Damaged tissues that benefit from the use of PMFT:

  • Bone

  • Ligament

  • Muscle

  • Swelling (Acute)

  • Swelling (Chronic)

  • Lesions

  • Neurological conditions

  • Pain

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Treated conditions:

  • Post-operative treatment

  • Superficial tissue bruising and haematomas

  • Soft tissue problems: muscle, tendon, fascia and ligaments

  • Mastitis

  • Wounds (acute, chronic)

  • Gingivitis in cats

  • Otitis

  • Acute injuries

  • Chronic skin problems

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