PST is a non-invasive treatment that has been successfully used in human medicine in Europe for various debilitating conditions since 1994. It has just recently been approved for use in dogs and cats here in the USA.

PST provides a specific physiological signal carried on a series of magnetic field pulses to the treatment site(s). These uniquely specific energy parameters are transmitted through injured tissue to target the affected area via direct induction. It induces a tiny electrical signal that mimics physiological stimulus that normally occurs in healthy tissue, thus stimulating cellular repair. In the case of damaged and/or arthritic joints, it stimulates the production of new cartilage. In human studies involving over 100,000 patients, PST consistently provided long-term efficacy with no safety issues. It is being used for various conditions including osteoarthritis of the knee, and cervical and lumbar spine, TMJ disorder (temporomandibular joint), chronic pain associated with connective tissue (cartilage, tendon, ligament and bone injury), and joint associated soft tissue traumatic injuries.

In humans, PST has been shown to be an effective and harmless alternative that usually requires only one course of treatment to provide sustained relief of pain and restoration of normal mobility as demonstrated in long-term follow-up studies. PST is an established treatment modality and there are now more than 500 PST therapy centers worldwide for people. It focuses on using “nature’s healing benefits” by stimulating the body to restore its natural rhythm and “heal itself”, so that other continual therapies may no longer be needed.