FAQs EMbed Relief System
HOW DOES EM TECHNOLOGY WORK?
The EMbed Relief System works at the cellular level by gently pulsing an electromagnetic field into your pup's soft tissue.
The energy generated from the EM improves intracellular function, which also increases the production of Nitric Oxide - a healing molecule common in all living things.
Nitric Oxide helps to increase blood flow to where your pup is hurting, further reducing pain and edema at the treatment area.
HOW OFTEN DO I NEED TO RECHARGE THE EMPOWER DEVICE?
A fully charged EMpower device can deliver 2-3 two hour therapy sessions. We recommend that you charge your EMpower device after every other use to ensure that your l'il one will get a full 2 hour session during each use.
CAN MY PUP FEEL EM TECHNOLOGY?
Unlike TENS, our EM technology is subsensory, meaning you nor your pup will not feel a thing. Dogs are far more sensitive than humans, so we've designed our EM technology to not emit any vibration, tingling sensations, or noise.
The only thing your pup will feel is relief!
HOW LONG SHOULD MY DOG USE THE EMBED RELIEF SYSTEM?
We recommend to consult with your Veterinarian to determine the best treatment plan for your pup. For optimal results, we recommend completing one two-hour treatment everyday for two weeks. After the initial 2 week period, you may use the EMbed Relief System as-needed to keep your pup comfortable.
WHEN WILL I SEE RESULTS?
Some pups will see results right away, others may take longer than 2 weeks. You should see improvements in mood, increased levels of activity, changes in behavior and perhaps even tail wagging.
WHAT IS THE CLINICAL EVIDENCE ON EM/PEMF TECHNOLOGY?
NASA has been using EM technology to aid astronauts in supporting bone health and prevent degeneration, following time spent in space.
Our EM technology is a lighter frequency optimized for pain management and increased circulation in soft tissue. This technology has been proven in the human medical space with clinical trials focused on osteoarthritis, post-surgical and post-injury recovery. These trials have shown improvements in scar tissue healing, mobility, pain levels, and edema.