Good animal care involves adequate exercise and proper nutrition. Without these, the immune system is stressed which depletes energy balance causing cells to no longer function correctly. This situation leads to poor circulation, declining performance, premature aging, and degenerative diseases. To potentially reclaim the body’s natural state of health, cell function needs to be restored. Routine use of Magna Wave pulsed magnetic energy is said to improve the body’s ability to repair cells and recover from illnesses.
A pulsating magnetic field or PEMF is said to produce one main result: stimulating cell metabolism. This action is thought to cause a chain of processes in the body that could lead to improvement of health without side effects.
"When My Rhodesian Ridgeback was around 12 and a half years old he had started to slow down quite a bit as well as having more and more trouble with mobility. I was starting to think that he might not be with me for much longer. My Veterinarian recommended that I call Theresa and Jodi at Mending Fences. They came to my home and did massage and Magna Wave treatments on Jordan. He had several treatments one week apart, then two weeks apart, then he stayed on a every three week plan for the duration. By the third week of treatment he was actually playing and running a little bit, where he had only been walking before that. The way it was explained was that the initial series of treatments would help control the inflammation. Once that was gone, the treatments would continue to help and they need not be every week like at the start. The difference in Jordan was astounding. He was always so happy to see Theresa and Jodi. Jordan stayed comfortable and mobile (with the treatments continuing) until just recently right before his 14th birthday when his kidneys failed. Jordan’s and my last year and a half was greatly improved by having Theresa and Jodi in our lives. In addition to the treatments, they are wise in “dog” and have little helpful suggestions about lots of issues."
"Hally is a happy, active Chocolate Lab. She is 11 years old and the pet of Kelly Shoudy. This past winter Hally slipped on the ice and began limping on her front leg. Kelly took Hally to the veterinarian. She was given doggy ibuprofen. It helped some but Hally still limped. Another trip back to the vet and Hally was given another drug but it made her sleepy. Kelly didn’t like that his pet was drowsy all the time and still limping. He had heard some good things about acupuncture. He went online, Googled it and found a local practitioner’s website. After reading several of the testimonials, he called to make an appointment. Hally was treated with chiropractic, acupuncture and Magna Wave therapies. Kelly noticed a difference in Hally after the first treatment. They returned for a 2nd appointment and Hally is back to running and jumping in the park. Kelly admitted he doesn’t have time to do the stretches Dr. Christine suggested but Hally takes lots of walks. Kelly has noticed Hally is no longer stiff or sore and acts like she is five. Kelly operates his own business and often takes Hally to work. He reports that Hally is almost too active for the office. The results seen in Hally have been “amazing” and Hally’s “quality of life is dramatically better, that’s what I was looking for” says Kelly. Kelly also tried the Magna Wave on his shoulders while holding Hally during her treatments. He noted that his shoulders feel much better."
"Daisy Mae is a 6 year old English Mastiff. When she was quite young, she had two surgeries on the same back leg so there have always been issues with that particular leg. We had been taking Daisy to FidoFit in Dubuque for physio therapy (which has been wonderful). Mary at FidoFit suggested we try Magna Wave treatment on Daisy to enhance the therapy work. Since mid-2013, Daisy has been receiving monthly chiropractic, acupuncture and Magna Wave treatments. Daisy has had an amazing response! We believe these treatments make her feel better and “loosen” her up. For the first time in several years, Daisy runs more and has more energy. We do regular walking and occasional stretching with Daisy at home. As a 6 year old Mastiff, she is considered middle-aged. Our goal is to keep her moving and engaged in as much as possible. The chiropractic and acupuncture treatments were a “new” concept for us with Daisy. We weren’t sure about it at first. We whole-heartedly endorse it now. Between the efforts and attention of Mary & Mark at FidoFit, Dr. Christine, and our regular vets at PedMed, we feel that Daisy has the best of care. Everyone who provides care for Daisy is quite attentive to her needs and quick to address our questions and concerns."
"Emma is a seven year old Dachshund. She is the beloved pet of Don and Verlene Hanson. Like most Doxies, Emma is happy and active. In June, Emma injured her neck. Verlene found her with her back hunched, unable to turn her neck and head down, nose on the ground. Emma was also crying out in pain. Don and Verlene took Emma to their local vet. Emma’s regular veterinarian was out of town and had someone filling in for him. The relief vet prescribed pain medication and suggested a visit to a Magna Wave practitioner. Emma has had four treatments with the Magna Wave since June. Verlene said they noticed improvement after the first visit. Emma’s back is no longer hunched. Her neck is free and she is almost off the pain medication. Emma does have to be careful not to be too overly active. Verlene makes sure Emma does her leg stretches and follow the treat stretch for her neck. Verlene and Don were so scared Emma would not recover. They are more than pleased."
"Piston is a 10 year old, Pembroke Welsh Corgi. About 5 years ago, Piston fell in an open register hole in our house – we were refinishing wood floors. After he fell in, he took off running again. I didn’t give it much thought until a few days later, when he wouldn’t put any weight on his left front leg. I took him to my regular vet for x-rays fearing he broke something. X-rays showed lots of swelling but no breaks or fractures. Pain meds were administered and out the door we went. Since then he has issues with that leg off and on – won’t put weight on it, limps terribly, etc. I sought out a Magna Wave practitioner after talking with someone who had used it. I scheduled Piston’s first appointment in December 2015. I noticed a difference immediately! We continued treatments every other week. Piston continued to improve with each visit. We now see do treatments once a month. Piston has begun to act like a puppy again! He runs, plays fetch, chases his fur sister and even tries to jump up on things again! He is no longer the “grumpy old dog” that he was. He is happy and healthy again!"