It’s a fact – everybody hurts
What hurts, where it hurts, and how long it hurts depend on the wound sustained by injury or accident.
Helping the wound heal is where we come in. We have a frequency that may help.
Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) therapy is the name, a major player in wound healing is the game.
Hope on the road to healing
Take a look at patient X’s wound here below: According to wound healing specialists, a diabetic, pressure wound of this proportion normally takes more than 8 months to heal properly. Within only 2 months of receiving PEMF therapy, in conjunction with specialised wound care this wound is well on its way to healing through non-invasive, scientifically reputable PEMF therapy sessions by Resonance Therapy SA.
Our extensive experience and sophisticated, scientifically sound products can give hope to those who would not typically search for an alternative solution for their care.
These photos goes to show that with effective treatment, lasting change in less time IS possible!
How PEMF therapy helps to heal
We believe medicine and its practitioners all play a vital role in society. We also, however, believe in the body’s potential to help heal itself and that PEMF therapy strengthens this ability. Who wouldn’t want to spend less time in the hospital and in doctors’ offices?
Positive clinical reports indicate that PEMF therapy can be used as a complementary method in conjunction with conventional medical practices to promote wound healing. Numerous studies are increasingly showing this form of therapy as being instrumental to healing various types of wounds and obtaining positive results through:
• significant decrease in the wound area,
• significant decreases in wound depth,
• healthy granulation tissue, and
• decreased pain intensity associated with the wound.
doTERRA essential oils – essential to healing
When it comes to wound healing, we use essential oils as complementary ingredient to frequency therapy. The healing properties of certain essential oils and their compounds contribute to healing a wound on a cellular level and possibly reduce scar tissue formation, as various studies have shown. Topical application of Lavender essential oil has specifically been studied for its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and healing properties. Lavender is therefore the perfect essential oil to add diluted to your topical treatment of minor wounds. Other essential oils that can be helpful in wound healing are Tea tree and Copaiba.
Only the best is good enough for us . Not all essential oils are created equal. doTERRA’s Lavender essential oil has recently been awarded pharmaceutical grade status, therefore not only the best, but the only lavender oil warranted to be used in a process as delicate as healing a wound.
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Some wounds take longer to heal. Why? Various factors can prevent wounds from healing properly, as shown in the infographic below. Wounds that are particularly slow to heal may require extra care from your healthcare provider.
Types of wounds
Shallow, deep, jagged, or smooth. Not all wounds are created equal. While minor surface wounds nearer to the skin usually heal easily, deep wounds can affect your muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves, blood vessels and even bones.
How wounds heal
Basically: a wound from injury or trauma triggers an intricate and dynamic wound healing process that consists of a few stages. Each stage has its own biochemical processes that are necessary to regenerate cell structures and contribute to a person’s overall well-being. The smaller the wound, the quicker it will heal, whereas larger, deeper wounds will naturally take longer.
PEMF therapy is a revolutionary complementary therapy that supports wound healing by increasing blood flow, stimulating cell structure repair and has also been shown to regenerate nerves and tissue growth. This all aids in a speedy recovery – and to date has shown no unwanted side effects!
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P.S. We’ve added a few links for those who would like to read further on the significant impact of PEMF therapy on wound healing (and are more than happy to provide more information!):
• https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24395219/ – Pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF) promote early wound healing and myofibroblast proliferation in diabetic rats
• https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/19371845/ – Evidence-based use of pulsed electro-magnetic field therapy in clinical plastic surgery
• https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20082338/ Pulsed electromagnetic fields accelerate wound healing in the skin of diabetic rats