PEMF Therapy

PEMF Therapy in Rochester, Minnesota

Pulse Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) Cellular Exercise is a noninvasive therapy in which electromagnetic fields reach deep inside your body to exercise your cells charging them like depleted batteries to optimize metabolic function and turn on natural repair processes.. PEMF Therapy has been shown to have several biological effects that contribute not just to pain relief and tissue healing but overall wellness by influencing mitochondrial function

Conditions We Treat With PEMF Therapy

At Optimal Movement in Rochester, MN, we use acupuncture to treat a wide range of conditions including chronic pain, migraines, digestive issues, stress and anxiety, and sleep disturbances. Our skilled acupuncturists are dedicated to providing relief and promoting holistic wellness through targeted, therapeutic techniques.


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Our PEMF Therapy Staff

Meet the PEMF Therapy staff at Optimal Movement in Rochester, Minnesota. With years of experience, we’re proud to tell you a bit about ourselves. Click each staff member to learn more about them.

Dr. Philip Kish L.Ac
Doctor of Acupuncture

Dr. Philip Kish L.Ac

Doctor of Acupuncture

Dr. Philip Kish L.Ac

Philip is a dedicated and passionate practitioner who combines principles of Eastern and Western Medicine practices with Movement Based Therapies to help individuals think, move, and feel the best they possibly can. His Studies Include Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Exercise Science, and a Doctorate In Eastern Medicine and Acupuncture. Philip specializes in the treatment of Sports and Orthopedic Injuries, Joint Function/Mobility Assessment, Athletic Performance Enhancement, Neurological and Receptor Dysfunction, Food and Supplement Therapy.

Location: Rochester, Minnesota

Marisa Wood
Licensed Massage Therapist

Marisa Wood

Licensed Massage Therapist

Marisa Wood

Marisa is a licensed massage therapist specializing in deep tissue and focused therapeutic massage. She creates individualized treatments and expertly assesses how tension in the muscles and surrounding tissue are impacting the health of the rest of the body. Marisa’s sessions include gentle to firm-pressure therapeutic massage, deep tissue and trigger point therapy, myofascial release, and a variety of stretching & mobility techniques. Marisa also incorporates tool-based techniques such as cupping and gua sha with her clients’ permission. Marisa enjoys working and teaching from the heart, creating a safe, judgement and expectation-free zone in which clients can heal, achieve their personal health/wellness goals, and deepen their relationship with themselves. Marisa obtained an Associate in Applied Science degree in Massage Therapy in 2014, which consisted of 1200+ training hours. She also holds a 230-hour Yoga Instructor Certification and Advanced Reiki Certification. She has obtained continuing education in a variety of modalities including Reflexology, Mayan Abdominal Therapy, Thai massage, and (her personal favorite) Dermal Traction Method. Although massage is Marisa’s “big girl” job, she is also a certified yoga instructor and former pole fitness instructor/competitor. Bodywork, yoga, and dance have been a huge part of her personal journey and growth, and she is ecstatic to have the opportunity to share her passions and help create a community of health-conscious individuals.

Location: Rochester, Minnesota

Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions about our PEMF Therapy services in Rochester, Minnesota?
Below are some frequently asked questions that we get.

What is PEMF Therapy and how does it work?

PEMF Cellular Exercise Therapy is a type of therapy that utilizes a device to emit electromagnetic waves at different frequencies in order to stimulate and encourage your body’s natural recovery process. These electromagnetic waves are capable of passing through the body and stimulating cellular regeneration, which enhances your body’s overall healing capacity.

What conditions can PEMF Cellular Exercise Therapy treat at Optimal Movement?

At Optimal Movement, PEMF Cellular Exercise Therapy is used to help with a range of conditions. These include, but are not limited to, chronic pain, inflammation, stress-related illnesses, neurological conditions, injuries, and fatigue. It’s also a beneficial treatment for enhancing athletic performance and overall wellbeing.

What can I expect during a PEMF Cellular Exercise Therapy session at Optimal Movement?

During a PEMF session at Optimal Movement, you will relax on a treatment table while the PEMF device is applied to various areas of your body. The treatment is non-invasive and generally relaxing. Sessions typically last between 30 to 60 minutes depending on the individual’s needs.

How many PEMF Cellular Exercise Therapy sessions will I need at Optimal Movement?

The number of PEMF sessions needed varies greatly depending on the individual and the condition being treated. Acute conditions might see improvement after a few sessions, while chronic conditions may require regular sessions over a longer period. Your practitioner at Optimal Movement will work with you to develop an appropriate treatment plan.

Are there any side effects or risks associated with PEMF Cellular Exercise Therapy?

PEMF Cellular Exercise Therapy is generally considered safe with minimal side effects. Some people might experience temporary discomfort such as light-headedness, nausea, or minor aches. It’s essential to inform your therapist at Optimal Movement of any discomfort during your treatment.

Is PEMF Cellular Exercise Therapy covered by health insurance?

Insurance coverage for PEMF therapy varies significantly among insurance providers. Some insurers may cover the treatment, while others may not. It’s best to contact your insurance provider directly to understand your coverage. The team at Optimal Movement is also available to help answer questions about payment options.

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