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Recharge Your Life by Dr. Chris Coffman

August 28, 2014

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Of all the wonderful natural healing modalities available to us today - nutrition, organic diets, chiropractic, massage therapy, cold laser therapy, bio-feedback, ionic foot baths, etc. - the primary stumbling block in many cases is the Patient’s Energy Level. One patient may try a natural therapy and see miraculous results within the first week. Another patient may take weeks or months to see results. Often, the difference between the two is the level of energy available inside the cell to make the repair or benefit from the modalities. Though we have understood this for years, what to do about it has eluded us ... until now.

Pulsed Magnetic Cellular Exercise (PMCE) increases the energy in your cells. But what does that really mean for you? Every cell in your body is a small electrical battery, and how well that battery is charged is inevitably going to determine how much work it can accomplish. When your cells don’t have enough energy, your body becomes more stressed, making you more vulnerable to illness and injury. You can have chronic pain because your injuries can’t repair fully, and you’re often tired or feeling rundown. The Russians and Eastern Europeans have been successfully using this technology over the past 30 years, but it has only been available in the U.S. for about five years.  

The following analogy will help to explain how PMCE works and why we believe it will change the future of holistic healthcare.  

Let’s visualize a construction crew building a new home. The workers are our cells that have a job to do. The home they need to build could be any injury, organ, gland or tissue in the body that needs “re-building”. What do the workers need to accomplish their task?  

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Thank you  
Dr. Chris Coffman, D.PSc.
West Chester Chiropractic Center




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