MagnaWave: Helping Your Animals Heal

Written by Aimee Thomas

On August 25, 2023

In the realm of holistic wellness, innovative therapies continue to emerge, aiming to improve humans’ and animals’ health and well-being. MagnaWave treatments have gained attention in the veterinary and pet care world. With its non-invasive ability to help improve the overall well-being of animals, MagnaWave has proven to be a feasible option for treating even the most painful injuries. 

This blog delves into the world of MagnaWave therapy for animals, uncovering its potential benefits and shedding light on its role in promoting overall animal health.


What is MagnaWave?

MagnaWave, a pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (PEMF), is a holistic and non-invasive wellness technique. It involves using electromagnetic fields to positively influence cellular activity within the body. 

By delivering pulsating electromagnetic waves, MagnaWave aims to penetrate deep into tissues. This can help increase circulation and reduce inflammation. The penetration of the waves into the body’s cells causes a chain of processes that can improve health without adverse side effects. Cells produce energy called ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate), which is vital for the body’s function, building up and breaking down molecules and transporting substances across cell membranes. 

MagnaWave PEMF is thought to increase ATP levels, making it easier for the cells to deliver more oxygen and eliminate waste products such as carbon dioxide, helping the body heal itself naturally. If your pet is struggling with a condition such as arthritis or even anxiety, MagnaWave can help boost your animal’s overall well-being. 

It’s important to note that while anecdotal evidence suggests positive outcomes, scientific research is ongoing to elucidate the extent of MagnaWave’s therapeutic effects comprehensively.

MagnaWave Helping Your Animals Heal

How Does MagnaWave Work?

This therapy aims to stimulate cellular activity using specialized devices that generate pulsating electromagnetic waves. These waves create rapidly changing electromagnetic fields that can penetrate tissues, including muscles, bones, and even organs. MagnaWave positively charges blood cells so that they repel one another (like magnetic charges repel), making it impossible for them to stick together. 

This process enhances the red blood cells’ ability to feed the capillaries of all the major organs, leading to an enhancement of blood circulation. The electromagnetic fields cause blood vessels to dilate, improving blood flow and oxygen delivery to cells. This increased circulation can aid in removing waste products and promote the supply of nutrients necessary for cellular repair and growth.

When proper and complete blood flow can take place, the lungs, liver, intestines, and kidneys are optimized and function to the best of their ability. When the blood is oxygenated, so are the organs and tissues, reducing disease.


What Can MagnaWave Do For Your Pet?

There are so many benefits to using MagnaWave to treat your pet’s illness or health issues. While we already touched on a couple of key benefits like improved blood circulation and the removal of waste products in the cells, here are some additional excellent benefits of MagnaWave treatment: 

MagnaWave is believed to influence ion channels and cell membrane permeability. This can impact how cells exchange ions and nutrients, potentially promoting more efficient cellular function.

Another positive effect is the potential reduction of inflammation. If your pet is experiencing joint pain from arthritis, it would certainly benefit from a treatment like this.

The electromagnetic fields might modulate specific signalling pathways related to inflammation, decreasing the release of pro-inflammatory molecules and promoting a more balanced immune response.

Additionally, MagnaWave might stimulate nitric oxide production, which plays a role in vasodilation and overall cardiovascular health. This can further contribute to improved blood flow and tissue oxygenation.

If you want to view additional benefits and get information about how Leashes to Leads, LLC can help, check out our MagnaWave page on our website! 

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A MagnaWave machine has been in Leashes To Leads Pet Care, LLC’s plan for quite some time. It was slated to be purchased and added as a service in 2021. Then along came Covid-19, and business slowed down.

Improving the business through online training and reviewing the business as a whole became the company’s focus. During that review, the decision was made to move that plan for the future to now. The machine was purchased, and the certifications for small animal & equine PEMF therapy were earned.

Here at Leashes to Leads Pet Care, LLC, we have provided PEMF therapy to dogs, horses, cats, a guinea pig, a sulcata tortoise & a savannah monitor lizard. The cases have covered everything from severe depression, lameness, a broken bone, and a paw injury to palliative care.

If you want to learn more about MagnaWave PEMF therapy, contact Leashes To Leads Pet Care, LLC, or any other Certified MagnaWave Practitioners in the Ocala, Florida area. 

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