PEMF Studies

PEMF Therapy for Myocarditis

  • Myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart muscle (myocardium), can affect the heart's electrical system and reduce its ability to pump, leading to symptoms like chest pain, shortness of breath, fatigue, or arrhythmias. It is often caused by viral infections, but can also result from bacterial infections, autoimmune diseases, and certain medications. Given the potential for myocarditis to impact heart function significantly, finding effective treatment and management strategies is crucial for affected individuals.

  • Among these strategies, PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field) Therapy for Myocarditis presents an innovative, non-invasive option. By employing electromagnetic fields to promote cellular health and reduce inflammation, PEMF therapy aims to support the healing process of the heart muscle, offering a complementary approach to traditional treatments.


  • The most common cause of myocarditis is viral infection, with coxsackievirus being one of the most frequent culprits. However, myocarditis can also arise from bacterial infections, autoimmune responses, or environmental toxins. The inflammation resulting from these causes can lead to damage of the heart muscle fibers, affecting the heart's ability to function efficiently and potentially leading to complications like heart failure or dilated cardiomyopathy if not adequately addressed.

How PEMF Therapy Can Help

  • PEMF Therapy has been explored for its potential benefits in supporting the healing process of myocarditis by targeting inflammation and promoting cellular repair within the heart muscle. The therapy’s electromagnetic pulses can stimulate the body's natural repair mechanisms, potentially reducing inflammation and improving myocardial function. Additionally, PEMF therapy may help improve circulation and oxygenation of heart tissue, further supporting recovery.

  • While PEMF therapy is not a cure for myocarditis and should be considered as part of a comprehensive treatment plan under the guidance of a healthcare professional, it offers a non-pharmacological approach that may help alleviate some symptoms and support overall heart health. For individuals seeking adjunctive therapies to manage myocarditis, PEMF therapy could provide a promising option.

  • Explore our PEMF Devices, to find out more about this technology.


  • Qiao, G., Li, J., Luo, Y., & He, Z. (2020). Pulsed electromagnetic field attenuates cardiac fibrosis in rats with autoimmune myocarditis by inhibiting the TGF-β/Smad3 signaling pathway. Life Sciences, 256, 117978.

  • Zhang, Q., Zhao, L., Li, Z., Li, X., Li, Q., & Wang, Z. (2016). Pulsed electromagnetic fields attenuate the decrease of cardiac function in rats with acute myocardial infarction. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 17(11), 1914.

  • Campanati, L., Ferretti, A., Pedriali, G., & Arnaldi, G. (1992). The effect of pulsating electromagnetic fields in the treatment of patients affected by unspecific chronic myocarditis. Acta Cardiologica, 47(3), 203-210.