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Orthopedic | Osteoarthritis

Orthopedic Surgery

SofPulse tPEMF technology is ideal for post orthopedic surgical procedures on the back, rotator cuff, joint replacements and even amputation. Patients can begin treatment in the hospital and continue their treatment in the home setting. 

After any surgical procedure, the body naturally responds with pain and swelling. The efficacy of tPEMF technology is supported by significant clinical research. tPEMF will not affect healthy tissue, increases the efficiency of the body's natural healing process and can be easily integrated into your post-surgical treatment protocol. It has been shown to reduce post-surgical pain and swelling-making it easy to integrate into your post-surgical providing a non-narcotic solution and reducing the risk of side effects or potential addiction.


In addition, studies show that tPEMF is also effective on sprains and osteoarthritis. In 2012 a double-blind, randomized  2012 study  demonstrated that tPEMF produced rapid and substantial pain reduction
in early knee osteoarthritis.1


  • Immediate 44% decrease in pain (one day) and showed a 60% decrease in Osteoarthritis pain over time.1

  • There is existing evidence that PEMF therapies of several types may improve the progression of OA and underlying health of cartilage.


Learn more about how tPEMF works

photo showing a runner with knee pain

According to the Arthritis Foundation, over 50 million Americans have arthritis, making it the number one cause of disability in the country. That means 1 in every 5 adults, 300,000 children and countless families. 

1Non-Invasive Electromagnetic Field Therapy Produces Rapid and Substantial Pain Reduction in Early Knee Osteoarthritis: A Randomized Double-Blind Pilot Study. [See Attached Study]

Nelson, Zvirbulis, Pilla, 2012 

State of The Art in Electromagnetic Therapeutics: Soft Tissue Applications: Electricity and Magnetism in Biology and Medicine. [See Attached Study]



Pilla, 1999 

Mechanisms and Therapeutic Applications of Time-Varying and Static Magnetic Fields. 
[See Attached Study]

Pilla, 2006 

Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy Increases Tensile Strength in a Rat Achilles’ Tendon Repair Model.

[See Attached Study

Strauch, 2006

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