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Promoting LONGEVITY AND SELF-HEALING with BEMER

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is Microcirculation so important?

The circulatory system is responsible for sending oxygen and nutrients to the blood cells throughout the body while also removing metabolic waste and, thus, making it one of the most important functions of the body.  BEMER therapy dramatically improves blood circulation with consistent application.

What is the best BEMER application?

To optimize your 8-minute BEMER session and activate circulation, consider using the B.PAD simultaneously with the B.BODY. Place the B.PAD over the abdominal region (over the belly button) and let the Pad drape over each side of the abdomen. If you have a Pro system, you can run both the B.BODY and B.PAD simultaneously. You can use the B.BODY follow the Basic Plan as outlined in the user manual and Program 1 with the B.PAD. This will direct the field to the mid-section of the body where no coils exist

How can BEMER help me?

Healthy microcirculation is vital to the cardiovascular system, and vasomotion is a process in the microcirculatory system that assists the heart in delivering blood to the smallest vessels in the body. Improving healthy microcirculation, through the targeted stimulation of vasomotion, is the primary goal of BEMER physical vascular therapy.  ULTIMATE WELLNESS & HEALTH specializes in providing the most convenient form of passive microcirculation therapy with BEMER.

How do I use Bemer Therapy after stem cell treatment?

Stem Cell

Stem cell treatment is not a contraindication for BEMER therapy. BEMER therapy may be beneficial for patients after a stem cell treatment. The full body application (B.BODY) should be used at low level, following the Basic Plan. The local applicator(s) such as B.PAD or B.SPOT may be used simultaneously or immediately after the full body application, starting with program 1. Individuals should also consult with their primary physician on post-operation or post-procedure progression.