Magnetic Biostimulation (MBS) Therapy

By increasing blood supply and metabolism, Magnetic Biostimulation and Infrared Rays can be used to target a specific area, or to treat the entire body.

These are some indications where MBS combined with Infrared rays have been applied with great success:

Fractures (especially non union)
Connective tissue repair
Delayed wound and bone healing
Sports injuries
Decubitus ulcers
Migraine headaches
Chronic and degenerative conditions
Acute and chronic inflammation

The therapeutic effect of magnetic biostimulation is based on its stimulation of circulation, and the exchange of ions between the inner and outer cell wall. Both of these contribute to the overall functioning of the cell, and the whole body. The ability to have an effect at the cellular level is unique to magnetic field therapy, enabling it to reach parts of the body that other treatment methods cannot reach. Magnetic field treatments have a long history, dating back to 1530, and the current MBS series is the newest and most effective form of the therapy to date.