MBST – Magnetic Resonance Therapy

Did you know there is a treatment for Arthritis and Osteoporosis, a treatment that can repair cartilage and bone? You will most likely not have heard about this relatively new treatment but you will because it works.

The technology is called MBST which stands for Magnetic Resonance Therapy. The technology is based on MRI technology. It was discovered that patients with joint problems after having a scan reported an improvement in mobility and relief from pain.

A German company MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH developed this technology to specifically concentrate on the therapeutic effects of MRI and MBST was developed. Fast forward to today and tens of thousands of patients have been treated across the globe including Europe, Israel, The United States and the United Kingdom.

This technology works by metabolising the bodies natural ability to heal. MBST therapy acts on nuclear spin, it generates an electromagnetic field. This is not to be confused with conventional electromagnetic therapies as this technology specifically works with nuclear spin resonance. Don’t worry this is nothing to do with nuclear in the sense you may be used to. In fact this type of treatment has no known harmful side effects.

A typical treatment can take up to an hour and involves sitting or lying with the machine acting on the specific part of the body that need treating. This is a cumulative treatment so up to 9 sessions may be required depending on the condition. The resulting effect is that cartilage re-grows and bone re-grows reducing the pain and limited movement associated with conditions such as osteoarthritis and osteoporosis.

Conventional treatments for such conditions usually entails a ever stronger cocktail of painkillers. Under some circumstances you may require an operation such as a knee replacement operation.

This is still a relatively unknown treatment and in most countries you cannot get this treatment through your health insurance or health system. You can however ask you doctor or physician about MBST. They may not have heard of it but there are several clinical studies carried out by such doctors as Dr. med. M. Krosche, Dr. med. G. Breitgraf, Prof. Dr. I. Frobose, Dr. med Eckey, Prof. Dr. med. Lucker, Prof. Dr. med. C. Melzer and Dr. med. Handschuh who have published clinical studies on the effect of MBST.

You can find a summary of some of these studies at mbst medical which you can print off and show your doctor. This treatment is not suitable for everyone as once cartilage has completely worn you will probably need an operation to replace the affected joint. If you do suffer from osteoarthritis and osteoporosis it is in your interest to seek a treatment that has no side effects rather than waiting for the inevitable on an ever increasing regime of pain medication.



Source by Julia Greenburg

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