If you have purchased the iMRS system or you are thinking about doing so, you probably have a few questions about how to get started. If you are an established user we hope you also find this useful. Please also make sure to read our 10 essential tips for using the ‘iMRS’ blog post.
Getting the most out of using the iMRS system
Low level PEMF therapy works with your body, not against it, and is perfectly suited for long term use. Therefore, establishing a routine of regular daily sessions with the iMRS system is important. For many people, two daily body mat sessions can be incredibly effective and as a general rule we suggest using the iMRS first thing in the morning and again last thing at night, prior to sleep. Remember, PEMF therapy works best if your tissues are hydrated so make sure to drink two glasses of water 15-30 minutes before each session. It is also best to leave approximately 4-6 hours between each body mat session.
iMRS Body Mat Suggested Settings
When you first begin using the iMRS system it is best to start on an intensity setting of 10. Following this, please use the information and settings below as a guide to help you get the most out of using low frequency and intensity PEMF therapy.
Using the iMRS Pillow Applicator
The iMRS pillow applicator is perfectly suited for addressing localised areas of pain and dysfunction and is most effective when used following a body mat session. The following settings can be helpful as a guide to using the pillow applicator appropriately:
Using the iMRS Probe Applicator
The probe applicator is ideally suited to localised sites of pain or injury. It is especially useful for application to the peripheral joints of the upper and lower extremities. The following settings can act as a guide to help you use this applicator appropriately:
With the correct guidance the iMRS system is extremely simple to use, and can become integrated into your life with ease. At EMPpad we utilise our clinical experience to help all of our clients to achieve this. If you would like to find out more about the work we do at EMPpad please visit www.emppad.com