Magnetotherapy

Magnetotherapy consists in the use of magnetic fields for therapeutic purposes, taking advantage of their influence on the electrical and ionic charges of the body.

 

Main effects with therapeutic utility:

 

- Trophic effect,

- Anti-inflammatory effect,

- Analgesic effect,

- Relaxing, antispasmodic effect,

- Piezoelectric effect with bone callus stimulation,

- Stimulating effect on wound healing,

- Sedative effect,

- Generalized relaxing effect.

 

Indications:

 

Locomotor apparatus pathology: delays in fracture healing, congenital and acquired pseudoarthrosis, total hip arthroplasty, vertebral arthrodesis, osteoarthritis, sprains, contusions, tendinopathies, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis.

Vascular pathology: Peripheral venous insufficiency, phlebitis, varicose ulcers, chronic obstructive arterial disease.

Dermatology: Atrophic dermatitis, pressure ulcers, burns.

Neurologic pathology: Cerebral vascular insufficiency, stroke, multiple sclerosis, peripheral neuropathies, nevrites and neuralgias. 
 

Magnetoterapia
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