Magnetic therapy, also known as magnetic therapy, is a treatment in which the physiotherapist applies
magnetic fields (magnets) of fixed or variable frequencies to cure different pathologies.
Magnetic lines not only act on superficial tissues, they also reach deep areas, including bones and internal
organs. This technique is painless and non-invasive for the patient, so it is emerging as one of the treatments
with fewer side effects at present.
Elite athletes use magnetic therapy for their recovery processes, and there are many professionals who
recommend it for the treatment of injuries.
It is also indicated for the treatment of osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, slowing healing, burns, asthma, diabetic
foot, circulation problems, migraines, carpal tunnel syndrome, low back pain, tendonitis, sprains, contusions
and muscle contractures.Applications
Degenerative joint diseases and disorders
Wear and tear conditions: osteoarthritis (knees, hips, shoulders, elbows, feet), herniated discs, spondylarthrosis
Chronic pain treatment: back pain, lumbago, tension, radiculopathy
Sports injuries: Inflammation of tendons and joints, tendon overuse syndromes, inflammation of the pubic bone
Prevention or retardation of disuse atrophy to temporarily increase local blood circulation in healthy leg muscles
Post-surgical stimulation of calf muscles: preventing venous thrombosis
Maintaining and improving range of motion
Temporary relief of sore and achy muscles
Relaxation of muscle spasmSpecifications