Magnetic Biostimulation Therapy

Magnetic biostimulation therapy (MBS or magnetic therapy), is the use of pulsating magnetic waves, to help treat various conditions within muscle, tendons, ligaments, nerves, and bone.

Magnetic therapy is a unique type of technology because it affects all of the tissues in the body at a cellular and molecular level. In fact, the magnetic energy passes through the entire body, including bone, to bring relief for so many conditions that cause pain. No other technology in the world today has this capability.

These magnetic waves resemble those which are naturally occurring on the planet from the magnetic North and South poles, which all compasses work with but are markedly stronger. All life on the planet requires the magnetic energy offered by the magnetic poles and is an important aspect of many metabolic processes in the body. The magnetic waves are purely magnetic only and are not harmful radiation waves as those used in x-ray and CAT scan (CT) imaging.

Fundamentals of Magnetic Therapy

Magnetic therapy is extremely effective in so many conditions in the body due to a few fundamental aspects of medicine.

  • it increases circulation
  • increases oxygen levels in every cell in the body
  • decreases painful and limiting inflammation
  • sparks the regeneration of injured or diseased cells
  • kicks cellular metabolism into high gear.

How Magnetic Therapy Works:

The magnetic therapy coil produces invisible pulsating magnetic waves within the inner space of the coil. The body region to receive treatment is placed inside this coil which comes in 2 different sizes.

Magnetic Therapy Infra Red Coil.
A smaller coil (left) is used on feet, knees, shoulders, elbows, and hands.

Magnetic Therapy Large Coil

A larger coil (right) is used for the body, positioned around the waist, or up in the shoulder/head region. Essentially, you lie down and place that body region to be treated inside the coil, by sliding a leg or arm inside the coil. You lie down and bring the larger coil up to your waist for a pelvic/low back treatment.

Magnetic Therapy Neck Pain

A third type of applicator (left) is used for very specific head treatments which include concussion, sinus and cervical treatments. It is positioned above the face while lying down.

What Does Magnetic Therapy Accomplish?

The magnetic energy has profound beneficial effects on the cells and more importantly on the microscopically sized molecules which comprise each of them. What does this mean?

  • Increases Cellular Oxygen levels. Increasing oxygen levels in cells are like throwing gas on a fire. This means that all cell types in the body are kicked into high gear and begin to function at a maximum rate. For example, fractured bones begin to heal at lightning speed, sluggish or damaged nerves begin to regenerate quickly and painful inflammation begins to diminish immediately.
  • The therapy causes an easier exchange of ions between the inner and outer cell wall, therefore improving the overall function of the cell, increasing its metabolism, and ultimately increasing the entire bodies metabolism. This causes a rapid elimination of painful inflammation in new and chronic tissues, improving the bodies ability to deliver necessary repair nutrients, resulting in a rapid healing effect. Various metabolic disorders are the result of problems with ion exchanges in the cell, so magnetic therapy can have a profound effect on such conditions.
  • The unique quality of magnetic fields reaching the molecular level allows the treatment to affect parts of the body that cannot be influenced efficiently by other treatment methods, such as ultrasound or laser. Magnetic therapy is the only therapy which can penetrate bone, thus promoting rapid healing of fractures, and eliminating its pain. In addition, MBS can eliminate pain from old fracture sites especially when the weather is cold and damp.
  • Magnetic therapy’s ability to pass through bone allows its magnetic fields to be used on the brain and its nerve and blood flow components in the various treatments of neurologically based and vascular disorders such as migraines and concussions.
  • Increases local circulation. The magnetic waves cause smaller local blood vessels to dilate, resulting in an increase in local circulation, which has enormous benefits. Raynaud’s syndrome is a condition where local blood vessels constrict in periods of spasm resulting in cold, pale fingers and toes. In severe cases, fingertips or toes can see ulcers develop which can be very serious. Magnetic treatments will increase circulation to heal these ulcers and have a positive effect on the Raynauds overall.
  • Motor vehicle accidents typically result in some degree of neck trauma from minor ligament sprains to severe trauma to the various tissues in the neck including the nerve fibres of the spinal cord. Magnetic therapy plays a very important role in treating head and neck issues which include trauma due to vehicle accidents. The magnetic energy will pass through bone reaching the internal structures of the head and neck to help with the healing process. Inflammation is flushed out of the region, peripheral nerves, and the connective tissues of muscle, tendon, and ligaments see a rapid healing and regeneration, and vertebral fractures if present heal with lightning speed.
  • Arthritis and its notorious degenerating discs can now be helped more than ever before. Combining magnetic and shockwave therapy treatments in a highly specialized protocol make a powerful ultra-modern and innovative approach to treating severe neck trauma injuries, as well as degenerative arthritic conditions.
  • Concussions, bells palsy, and Chronic Sinus Conditions are some of the head conditions helped by the effects of magnetic energy. All of the cells in the body feel the effects of the magnetic energy, whether they be nerve, blood vessel, ligaments, bone, or the internal organs including the brain. This is why we integrate magnetic therapy in our protocols to treat such conditions as concussions, chronic sinusitis, bells palsy, whiplash, TMJ, cervical degenerative disc disease/arthritis.


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