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SofPulse Benefits

SofPulse speeds the body's natural healing process...getting your patient back to their lives and the things they love FASTER


  • Reduces pain and swelling

  • Facilitates healing

  • Drug-free and non-invasive

  • Decreases uses of narcotics, reduces the risk of overdose or dependency

  • Supported by extensive clinical studies

  • No known side effects

  • Reduces treatment costs

SofPulse: A Proven Technology

With healthcare providers being tasked to help combat prescription drug abuse, many are looking for alternatives to opioids and narcotics. SofPulse is an innovative technology that can help stem the use of these drugs while helping reduce patient pain and swelling and enhancing the body's natural healing process.

SofPulse has been shown in multiple publications to affect the electrochemical process that trigger the release of nitric oxide —  the first step in the body’s natural anti-inflammatory response.

  • FDA cleared to reduce pain and swelling

  • CMS National Coverage Determination for chronic wounds*

  • CE mark for the treatment of pain, wounds and edema (Class 2a)

  • Supported by extensive clinical studies

  • NPUAP, EPUAP 2016 Guidelines recommend: Consider the use of pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) treatment for recalcitrant Category/Stage II pressure injuries as well as any Category/Stage III and IV pressure injury

  • Rated as comparable to NPWT (in relation to clinical evidence)

  • American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons endorses use of tPEMF (2001) post-operatively


*According to the journal Advances in Skin & Wound Care, severe edema that causes a wound to be deprived of local blood supply can cause wounds to heal slowly or not at all.

Better for patients

More cost-effective for health care facilities

Improves patient satisfaction

  • Automated dosing device is activated automatically or can be used as needed

  • Promotes mobility in the hospital and in the home

  • Easy-to-use single patient device applied immediately after surgery or injury

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