Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy, also called Pulsed Magnetic Therapy or PEMF, is a new non-invasive method of treatment of multiple medical conditions related to injuries and inflammation in various tissues: bones, cartilages, soft and neurological tissues. It is well established that endogenous electric field is a significant part of the natural wound healing process. It is also known that the human body produces electric fields that control the process of remodeling and repair bones and cartilages. Now, PEMF is available to the medical practice for the delivery of non-invasive electric field to the human body. In PEMF therapy the electric field is carried to the treatment zone by a pulsed magnetic field generated by electromagnetic coils positioned outside the body. A PEMF system applies a series of magnetic pulses to injured tissue where each magnetic pulse induces an electrical signal that stimulates cellular repair. Many studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of PEMF in suppressing inflammation, alleviating pain and boosting tissue restoration. PEMF enhances the body’s natural healing process, stimulates its natural functions. The value of PEMF therapy has been shown to cover a wide range of medical conditions, with well documented trials carried out by many hospitals around the world. PEMF stimulation has been demonstrated to significantly improve the outcome of non-union bone fractures, spinal fusions and wound healing, conditions for which PEMF therapy is FDA approved. The scientific and medical advances of the last decade have promoted medical devices for pain management and osteoarthritis. It was demonstrated that PEMF can significantly increase the cartilage joint thickness – a major achievement in osteoarthritis treatment. Today advanced PEMF therapy promises not only to slow down the progress of osteoarthritis but even, in many cases, to reverse it.