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Wound Healing

SofPulse has CMS national coverage for
wound healing and is supported by extensive clinical studies to treat acute, chronic and
diabetic wounds


SofPulse tPEMF therapy is non-invasive and is delivered through the wound dressing, clothing or casts. Our tPEMF products have provided millions of treatments, with no known side-effects. 

With positive results in the literature documenting tPEMF as an effective therapy for wound healing outcomes and reducing pain, tPEMF is becoming widely accepted as an effective, painless alternative to other, more invasive medical devices. 

  • Ease-of-use in hospital or home environment

  • No side-effects in millions of treatments

  • Drug-free with no risk of addiction

Financial Impacts of Non-Healing Wounds

In 2004, CMS approved SofPulse tPEMF technology for national coverage- allowing providers to choose a solution that is both clinically and cost effective.

  • Length-of-stay (LOS) of patient

  • Utilization of antibiotics, analgesics and advanced wound therapies (i.e., NPWT, Silver Dressings, etc.)

  • Usage of biological grafts

  • Hospital readmissions

  • Wound recidivism

  • Cost of care in managing the patient

  • Surgical and diagnostic interventions

Little girl holding the SofPulse device
Photo showing the positive effects of the SofPulse device

Related Research

Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields Accelerate Cutaneous Wound Healing in Rats, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. [See Attached Study]

Strauch, 2007

Integrating Electrotherapy into Everyday Complex Wound Care. [See Attached Study]

Luu, Cher, Howard, 2008

A Preliminary Study to Evaluate the Effect of Pulsed Radio Frequency Field Treatment of Lower Extremity Peri-Ulcer Skin Microcirculation of Diabetic Patients. [See Attached Study]

Mayrovitz, Larsen, 1995 “

Effect of Pulsed Radio Frequency Stimulation on Wound Healing: A Double-Blind Pilot Clinical Study. [See Attached Study]


Kloth, 1999

Wound Research
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