Joint Wellness

Joints form the connections between bones. Each joint consists of several components (tissue):

  • Cartilage provides a cushioning pad to prevent bones from rubbing together in a joint.
  • Tendons attach muscle to bone.
  • Ligaments attach bone to bone.
  • Bursae are fluid-filled sacs that provide a gliding surface for tendons attached to bones.
  • Fascia is connective tissue that surrounds joints.

In our treatment programs, we address each of these structures with different frequencies. Each structure is a potential source of pain, either through injury or disease. Many conditions can produce pain in joints: osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, bursitis, gout, strains, sprains, and other injuries. We also employ frequencies and frequency programs for those conditions.

Many people experience joint pain of one form or another. In a national survey, one third of all adults reported having some form of joint pain in the past 30 days. As we age, the probability of experiencing joint pain increases. In that survey, knee pain was the most common type of joint pain, followed by shoulder and hip pain.

Joint pain can range from mild to excruciating and can last for just a few weeks, in the case of an acute injury, to several months or longer in chronic cases. Pain is usually accompanied by inflammation. Reducing the inflammation will usually decrease the pain and improve mobility. That is why we also include frequencies in our joint protocols to support inflammation reduction.

Inflammation and pain can also often be reduced by the application of ice. For muscle spasms, heat from a heating pad might be beneficial. In taking charge of your joint pain, it’s a good idea to try both cold and hot applications. Sometimes alternating cold and heat works best in relieving pain.

And don’t forget rest and elevation. Often the best thing you can do to relieve joint pain is to give it a rest. If the pain is in the hip, knee or ankle, elevating the leg might also relieve the pain by removing weight and pressure from the joint.

Joint pain can be aggravated by motion, pressure, or weight-bearing, especially with movement. Local warmth, swelling and tenderness often accompany joint pain.

Our Joint Wellness program runs for more than 15 hours, bathing you in a sea of soothing frequencies to support all the structures of your joints: bone, cartilage, bursa, ligament, tendon, and more.

As with any PEMF therapy, the body responds better when it is well hydrated. We recommend drinking at least 64 ounces of pure water each day. It can be flavored with lemon juice if you’d rather not drink plain water, but other liquids, except herbal teas, are no substitute for water. You will also be reducing swelling by increasing your water intake.

Here is an excerpt from our Joint Wellness program:

Line # Channel 1
Channel 2
Channel 3
Channel 4
Channel 5
Channel 6
Channel 7
16 40 480 783 157 39 59 396 4
17 40 10 94 10 94 10 94 4
18 40 396 710 630 330 124 10 4
19 124 710 630 330 10 443 475 4
20 124 480 100 142 77 157 783 4
21 10 40 284 18 124 94 321 12

The first column is the number of the line in the program. The last column is the number of minutes that line of seven frequencies will run. The remaining seven columns are the individual frequencies run on each magnetic coil in the device. There are seven magnetic coils, each running a different frequency, all running simultaneously.

Let’s look at some of the frequencies in the Joint Wellness program:

Line 16:

  • 40 Hz is one of the most used frequencies; it reduces inflammation.
  • 480 Hz supports the joint capsule.
  • 783 Hz supports the periosteum of the bone.
  • 157 Hz supports cartilage.
  • 39 and 59 Hz support bone.
  • 396 Hz supports nerves.

Line 17:

  • 10 Hz supports the spinal cord.
  • 94 Hz reduces nerve trauma.

Line 18:

  • 330, 630, and 710 Hz support spinal discs.
  • 124 Hz supports any tissue that is torn and/or broken.

Line 19:

  • 443 Hz supports the dura in the spinal column.
  • 475 Hz supports the nerve sheath surrounding the nerves.

Line 20:

  • 100 Hz supports ligaments.
  • 142 Hz supports fascia (soft tissue surrounding the joint).
  • 77 Hz supports connective tissue.

Line 21:

  • 284 Hz reduces chronic inflammation.
  • 18 Hz supports joints in the lower body.
  • 321 Hz is a reboot to any tissue.

Those are only the frequencies in six lines of a 249 line program; 32 minutes out of a 923 minute (15.5 hour) treatment. This is good example of how complex our programs are and how comprehensively they address many different parts of the body and conditions.

These frequencies work together to support the many structures involved in your joints to stimulate them back to a state of wholeness and balance.