Cellular Exercise, what is it and what are the benefits?

By now, all of us know that we need to exercise, but did you know that our individual cells need a boost from time to time too? Cells make up every part of our body and these cells have “batteries” in them (much like your cellphone does). When your cells run low on power, your body does not work properly, and you get pain & dysfunction. Cellular exercise uses strategically directed magnetic fields to “recharge” the batteries in your cells.  Pulsed Electromagnetic Therapy (PEMF) is an FDA-approved treatment that improves cellular health and assists in healing.

Pulsed Electromagnetic Therapy uses magnetic fields to “exercise” your cells. Research has shown the neurological, physiological and psychological benefits of Cellular Exercise. This form of exercise for the cells has been shown to reduce pain, and stimulate rapid healing in the body with no adverse reactions.

Cellular Exercise works by “working out” your cells.  When the cells of your body come into contact with the pulsed magnetic field, they “squeeze”. This contraction of the cell forces toxins out and in turn, draws energy back into the cell. This is where the recharge happens. It’s like a battery charger for your cells that also takes out the garbage for you!

When cells are re-energized blood circulation improves, and oxygen carrying capabilities are increased. The immune system becomes healthier, the nervous system relaxes, and bones become stronger. Vital organs such as the liver, kidneys and colon rid themselves of impurities, detoxifying the body. Cellular Exercise can reduce pain and improve the quality of your life.

Most common benefits of Cellular Exercise are

  • Pain Relief
  • Improved Circulation
  • Reduced Inflammation
  • Accelerated Healing
  • Increased Movement
  • Improved Relaxation & Better Sleep
  • Stress Reduction
  • Increased Energy
  • Increased Bone Strength


Hoala Natural Pain Relief is excited to offer our patients the opportunity to experience the benefits of Cellular Exercise.


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