Extracorporeal magnetic transduction therapy

Extracorporeal magnetic transduction therapy

Extracorporeal magnetic transduction therapy (EMTT) is a non-invasive treatment method that offers new options in rehabilitation and regeneration. This method is used for degenerative diseases of the joints, sports injuries and as pain therapy.

Painful areas of the body are treated with high-energy magnetic pulses. The energy generated is transferred to the parts of the body to be treated via a treatment loop. The pulse intensity makes it possible to penetrate cell membranes and become therapeutically effective in the cell. Depending on the setting, the individual pulses can penetrate up to 18 cm deep into the tissue, so that even deeper tissue layers can be reached effortlessly. Since the individual pulses are short-lived, there is no increase in temperature in the tissue.

Extracorporeal magnetic transduction therapy is used in various areas, including degenerative joint diseases, pain therapy, accelerated healing of bone fractures and sports injuries. Its properties also make it an ideal supplement to extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT).