Monday, August 26, 2013

MBST Treatments For Arthritis And Osteoporosis


Two of the most debilitating conditions that are more prevalent as you get older are Arthritis and Osteoporosis. Both conditions can seriously reduce your quality of life. There are many established treatments that manage these conditions, specifically pain management via medication. Many people suffering from these conditions can be treated with MBST or magnetic resonance therapy.

Developed in Germany by MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH after Doctors noticed the beneficial side effects after MRI scans on patients. Patients reported reduced pain and increased mobility in conditions such as arthritis. This lead to the MBST therapy which is based on MRI scanning technology.

It has been used in Germany successfully for many years having treated hundreds of thousands of patients to date. Many studies carried out by institutes in several countries have proven this to be an effective treatment with no side effects.

The use of specific magnetic fields can target specific problem areas. Treatments are usually carried out on consecutive days with 5 or 9 sessions depending on the condition. Patients usually notice the therapy working after a few weeks to a few months with progressive improvements.

Some patients have reported immediate relief soon after receiving MBST therapy and notice significant results the next day. As each person is different results can vary. However generally the effects can be quite dramatic with reduced to complete absence of pain and much increased mobility.

Typical results include the ability to walk longer distances without discomfort and the ability to traverse stairs without support or walking aids. You can read more about MBST and how it can help several medical conditions.

There are no side effects with this type of therapy although there are certain contraindications that cannot be treated. These include patients with Aids, cancer and pregnant women and people with electrical devices such as pacemakers.

Not everyone is suitable for treatment and so an assessment should always be made prior to any prescription being advised. A typical exclusion would be if you are due for a joint replacement operation due to your cartilage being completely worn. MBST works on repairing existing tissues and so will not work if there is no tissue left to repair.

However magnetic resonance therapy has been used to treat Osteoporosis and stage I, II, III and IV arthritis among other conditions. The healing of sports injuries and bone fractures can be significantly speeded up and improved with this treatment. This has shown to be a long term treatment that will remain effective over long periods of time.

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