Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy (MFT)

MFT uses a series of magnetic pulses to stimulate cells within injured tissues to improve the healing processes.

The result is an effective tool for fighting localised inflammation in different types of wounds, relieving pain, reducing the effects of arthritis and other inflammatory diseases, improving bone healing in fractures and enhancing tendon repair.

The magnetic fields penetrate the body -and therefore the cell-completely. The ions existing in the cells, which are well known to be magnetically influenced, are moved in the frequency of the magnetic field pulsation. This leads to an improved oxygenation of cells and so improved activity.

MFT permeates all cells, enhancing ion exchange, normalising circulation and increases the use of oxygen by the cell. The deterioration of the use of oxygen is known to be a problem in several areas, especially in delayed healing and arthritis.

Indications

  • Musculo-skeletal conditions
  • Trauma
  • Rheumatology
  • Fractures
  • Wound healing/burns
  • Degenerative disease(wear & tear)

It is used to promote the healing processes of patients with pins and plates because no damaging heat is produced in the implants. Fractures can be treated through a cast since magnetic fields penetrate all materials.

From clinical experiments, we know that pulsed MFT reduces pain by causing an increase in the oxygen partial pressure in the terminal tissue and increase in the local blood flow.
MFT offers a non-invasive, pain free and safe option for helping reduce pain and speed healing.