EMTT for Osteoarthritis – Innovative Magnetotransduction Therapy
Therapy without tablets and injections for joint, muscle, tendon and back pain
Back pain, knee and hip pain, tennis elbow, shoulder pain or sports injury: if you suffer from a musculoskeletal disorder, you are like many people. After all, diseases of the active and passive musculoskeletal system – also called musculoskeletal diseases – are the most common cause of (chronic) pain worldwide. This also includes tension, back pain, osteoarthritis, joint pain or typical sports injuries such as overstrain and inflammation of muscles and tendons.
Innovative magnetotransduction therapy, or EMTT for short, can provide healing support and reduce the need for medication in the long term.
Table of Contents:
- EMTT in diseases of the musculoskeletal system
- How does magnetotransduction therapy work for osteoarthritis and other diseases?
- What diseases and injuries can magnetotransduction therapy help with?
- How does the EMTT therapy work?
- New hope for patients through magnetotransduction therapy for osteoarthritis
EMTT in diseases of the musculoskeletal system
For those affected, complaints triggered by the accompanying inflammation of diseases of the musculoskeletal system often mean considerable restrictions in their everyday lives and a loss of quality of life. But there is good news: Depending on the disease, effective therapeutic measures are available today. Extracorporeal magnetotransduction therapy (EMTT) is a brand new treatment.
Magnetotransduction therapy (EMTT) is a non-invasive procedure specifically designed to treat these conditions. “It differs significantly from other forms of magnetic field therapy due to the much higher oscillation frequency and magnetic field strength – also called effective magnetic transduction power,” explains Professor Dr. Peter Diehl of the Orthopädie Zentrum München Ost (OZMO). “With EMTT, healing processes in the body can be enhanced in a non-contact, non-invasive way. This helps with almost all wear and tear diseases and injuries.”