What is an Assisi Loop ®

The Assisi Loop ® works by using a pulsed electromagnetic field (pEMF). This helps the body reduce pain and inflammation with the production of nitric oxide.

A specific wavelength, 1/1000 the current of a cell phone, is delivered to the specific tissue. This targeted pulsed electromagnetic field (tPEMF) accelerates healing and reduces inflammation.

It’s a safe, effective, and non-invasive way to help your dog without the addition of more medications. It uses the same technology that has been FDA-approved for human use.

Dog response in clinical trials¹ have shown that the Assisi Loop ® helps by:

  • Accelerating wound healing in soft tissue and bone
  • Pain reduction, which also means reduce opioid use

Conditions PEMF can treat

  • Bone fractures
  • Inflammation/arthritis
  • Pain
  • Swelling (edema)
  • Chronic wounds

The Loop ® comes in 2 sizes, 10cm or 20cm. And there are 2 versions available:

  • Manual - turns off after each 15 minute treatment
  • Auto-Cycle - stays on to deliver 15 minute sessions every 2 hours

Your vet can help you determine which size and version is right for your dog.

The Assisi Loop ® doesn’t last forever. It has at least 150 treatments, each lasting 15 minutes. The batteries cannot be replaced or recharged. The Loop ® will need to be replaced when battery life is extinguished. But the battery life can be optimized by waiting 2 hours between each treatment.

I’m excited to see how the Assisi Loop ® helps my dog. Although my dog has used the Loop ® a total of 6 times, he gets excited every time he sees the PEMF device. Based on my dog’s behavior, the Loop ® must be doing something good. I can’t wait to see if his neck is better after a few weeks of treatment.

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¹ Leilani X. Alvarez, John McCue, Nathaniel K. Lam, Gulce Askin, and Philip R. Fox (2019) Effect of Targeted Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy on Canine Postoperative Hemilaminectomy: A Double-Blind, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Clinical Trial. Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association: March/April 2019, Vol. 55, No.