What is MagnaWave?

MagnaWave consists of pulsed electromagnetic waves being sent throughout your body to stimulate cellular repair. Practitioners often recommend using MagnaWave along with conventional procedures and medication to help balance our electromagnetic field which promotes better health. The best part is that MagnaWave is non-invasive and received while fully clothed. Lasting between 10-30 minutes, MagnaWave sessions are not painful and there are no adverse side effects testing

TOP 10 Benefits of Using MagnaWave

• Reduced Inflammation

• Improved Blood Circulation

• Recovery from Injuries and Wounds

• Pain Reduction

• Better Sleep & Natural Relaxation

• Immune Boosting

• Anxiety and Depression Relief

• Increased Energy

• Bone Mending

• Companion Modality


In order to receive the full benefits of PEMF Therapy, the treatment has to reach the cells. Magnawaving uses high-powered electromagnetic pulses at a low frequency. Actively participating in US FDA studies, Magnawaving pulses are shown to reach through the body and benefit cells throughout the entire treatment area. This causes improvement in the systemic and arterial blood flow and benefits deep tissues.

Bemer, like many competitors, uses a low-powered pulse at a high frequency. This quick pulse doesn’t build up enough energy and isn’t powerful enough to reach more than skin deep. The effects, therefore, are not as deep and results are more short-lived. This is one of the many differences between low power vs high power PEMF treatments.

Using MagnaWave has been found to have many benefits. Some of these health benefits include:

  • Promotes Cell Regeneration
  • Improves Circulation
  • Relieves Symptoms of Depression
  • Promotes Bone Health
  • Relieves Chronic Pain
  • Increases Range of Motion
  • Speeds Post-surgical Recovery
  • Tissue Oxygenation

MagnaWave works on a cellular level stimulating electrical and chemical processes. Overall health is improved when our cells are functioning properly.

Ransom Rills Farm

Ann Hartwig

Culleoka, Tn
(931) 922-6758