PULSED MAGNETIC FIELD (P.M.F.)
It is a modern therapeutic agent with applications in many ailments.
- Fractures, osteoporosis and osteopenia.
- Arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
- Periarthritis of shoulder, elbow epicondylitis (tennis elbow).
- Back pain, sciatica, lumbago, herniated disc.
- Sprains and muscle contractions.
- Nerve palsies.
- Increase of osteoblasts, of calcification and of prostaglandin.
- Reduction of osteoclasts.
- Analgesia with the release of endorphins, enkephalins and other opiates.
- Reduction of swelling and inflammation by restoring the electrostatic balance of the cell.
- Restoration of normal cell function, by regulating the sodium-potassium (Na-K) pumping.
- Enhancement of the immune system by increasing white blood cells, platelets and gamma-globulins.
- Binding of free-radicals.
- Increased perfusion (the delivery of blood to a capillary bed in the biological tissue) and metabolism.
- Increase of collagen, the most common protein in the body,
- Accelerated rehabilitation in cased of tendinitis and ligament injuries.