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Some of the most chronic conditions that we get include Osteoarthritis and Osteoporosis. These are degenerative conditions, one affects the bones and the other the joints. Current treatments focus on pain management but there is an alternative.

MBST therapy or magnetic resonance therapy uses the therapeutic effects of magnetic fields. It was discovered that patients with degenerative joint disease and bone mineral density loss showed improvements after having medical scans. It was found that the magnetic fields generated during magnetic resonance imaging had positive effects on the body.

Much research and many years later a specific EM field technology in the form of MBST was developed to target these two previously untreatable conditions. It works by acting on the bodies natural ability to heal itself. Our natural metabolic processes are partly controlled by EM fields.

This technology acts on nuclear spin, this is not anything to do with radiation but the nucleus of cells in our body. We can positively affect the cells in our body with electromagnetic fields that have positive therapeutic effect.

In particular for patients with Osteoarthritis this technology has been proven to regenerate cartilage in the targeted joints. This has the effect of reducing or eliminating the pain associated with cartilage loss. It also increases the patients mobility that was previously limited by the condition.

For Osteoporosis or bone loss the treatment increases bone density. Treatments have be proven to increase bone density and mass whilst significantly reducing pain.

This type of magnetic resonance therapy should not be confused with magnetic therapy. This is a treatment that is developed solely by MedTec in Germany.

Treatments are administered through a machine akin to an MRI scanner. As with imaging scanners there are no side effects and the treatments can be carried out fully clothed and take no more than about an hour per session. Depending on the condition up to 9 sessions may be necessary.

Prior to treatment you will have to be checked for contraindications. Patients with auto immune disease, cancer or who are pregnant cannot be treated. Treatments can be targeted to specific regions such as the spine, wrists, ankles, knees, hips and neck.

There has been many medical studies proving this therapy. Most of the studies are German based but carried out by renowned institutes, universities and medical establishments. In the UK the treatments are relatively new but to date tens of thousands of patients have been treated with MBST therapy.

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Source by Julia Greenburg