By acting on collagen production, electromagnetic therapy exerts a biostimulating effect (increase in cellular metabolism). As a result, this accelerates all processes of bone consolidation, recovery of damaged nerve function, anti-inflammatory activity and even healing of skin ulcers and bedsores. Electromagnetotherapy also has beneficial effects on peripheral blood flow and increases oxygen pressure (hypervascularization), which would also explain how it can accelerate the healing process of soft tissue lesions, trophic lesions due to peripheral circulatory causes and its beneficial effect on biological structures affected by O diffusion, such as 2 cartilage. The primary therapeutic applications for the effects of electromagnetic fields are in the treatment of pathologies of venous and arterial blood vessels.Effects on the central and peripheral nervous system. Electromagnetic therapy attenuates the activities of the sympathetic system probably through hyperpolarization. Of pre- and post-synaptic membranes and alters the activity of brain cells.
Modern life has undoubtedly increased the incidence of traumatic bone injuries and missing bone tissue. Caused by trauma, cysts, tumors and osteoporosis. Electromagnetic therapy devices generate high-frequency electromagnetic fields (EMF), with virtually the same magnetic and electrical components. The power of the magnetic component is delivered intermittently as a pulsed electromagnetic field to facilitate the dispersion of the heat produced by the electrical component from the treated tissue. The high frequency and low intensity of the field used minimizes unwanted side effects while ensuring maximum therapeutic efficacy.
Typically, devices that generate PEMF are used in home therapy, but they can also be used by sports doctors, physiotherapists. Sports masseurs and athletes, since the rapid recovery of traumatic sports pathologies largely depends on how promptly and intensively they are treated.Connection of the magnetic belt with the solenoid. This unit has two output sockets for connecting two magnetic tapes with solenoid. Using two magnetic straps allows for the following. Treat two patients simultaneously using the same therapeutic parameters for both. Treat a single patient, using the two magnetic straps as a pair to treat a larger area. 2 Outputs A and B. Power off: In standby mode, press the power button to turn off the device, otherwise the device will automatically turn off when no button is pressed for 2 minutes.
Osteoarthritis Small and large joints. Increase the duration of therapy.
Reduce the duration of therapy. Field strength indicator (low, medium, high). Power supply: rechargeable batteries, Ni-MH AA1600mAh / 4.8V.
Input: 100V - 240V AC, 50 - 60Hz. Modulation frequency: 8 Hz ± 640 Hz. Field intensity: adjustable on 3 levels (low, medium and high). Dimensions: 15.5 x 8.5 x 3 cm. Temperature: 10°C (50°F) to 40°C (104°F).Relative humidity: 30% - 85%. Temperature: -20°C (-4°F) to 55°C (131°F). 2 magnetic bands with solenoid 37x8cm (with adjustable tear/velcro fastening straps).
1 battery inside the device. Detailed manual in Italian, English, Spanish. Directive 93/42/EEC on medical devices CE 0197. Magnetotherapy devices generate high frequency electromagnetic fields (EMF), in which the electrical components.
And magnetic are practically the same. Despite the high frequencies used, these electromagnetic fields. They are athermal, since the energy is administered intermittently (pulsed electromagnetic fields) for. Allow the dispersion of the heat generated in the fabric by the electrical component. This therapy is based on the principle that the elements that constitute the human body are electromagnetic dipoles.Which can be influenced by an external electromagnetic field. The energy state of the dipoles is altered. When the organism has pathologies, and through the application of an external electromagnetic field it is possible.
Restore the internal balance of the organism. We know that cell membranes work.
Like batteries and generate pressure. In particular, in a healthy nerve cell there is a potential difference. Between the inside and the outside of 90 mV, while in other cells the value is approximately 70 mV. When the health of these cells is compromised by infection, trauma or any other cause, including. As we age, we lose some of our energy reserves, just like batteries, and the potential of the cell.Goes from 70 mV to 55-50 mV. If the voltage drops below 30 mV, necrosis or cell death occurs. When these "mini-batteries" run out of power, we feel the effects in the form of back, bone and joint pain. And inflammations and wounds are not healed. To stimulate recovery, cells must be recharged, but our body does not have the possibility to do this.
Without the help of external stimuli. Some physicists who have studied biopolymers and cell membranes have observed how they tune together like gods.Radio receptors, at a frequency ranging from 27 to 250 MHz. Therefore we have cells tuned to 28 MHz, some to 45 MHz, others to 50, 68, 72 MHz and so on, up to 250 MHz. By providing a source (transmitter) capable of generating all the frequencies of this range close to the body, the cells. They "choose" their frequencies and recharge. Naturally, for the cells to recover their normal condition. Therapy can last from a few days to a few weeks, considering the factors that affect their state.
The purpose of electromagnetic therapy is to recharge and regenerate cells by using electrical power between them. The opposite sides of the cell membrane and the orientation of the atoms within the same membrane, which are. Main therapeutic effects of electromagnetic therapy. Electromagnetic therapy has an anti-inflammatory effect by repolarizing the cell membrane, given that the fields. Electromagnetic waves generated by electromagnetic therapy devices restore ion distribution.
Alteration of the cell membrane. Biostimulant effect and tissue repair. Electromagnetic therapy exerts a biostimulant effect (increase in cellular metabolism) as it stimulates. As a consequence, all cellular processes such as recovery are accelerated. The function of damaged nerves, anti-inflammatory activity and the treatment of skin ulcers and bed sores.
Electromagnetic therapy also has beneficial effects on blood flow, as it increases blood pressure. Of oxygen, which affects the healing process of tissue injuries by accelerating them. In phlebology, an area of?? medicine that studies blood vessel pathologies, electromagnetic therapy comes.Used to treat inflammation, normally caused by congenital tissue fragility, obesity, pregnancy. Injuries, drug and nicotine abuse, diets low in vitamins. Electromagnetic therapy is also used for constrictions of blood vessels caused by atherosclerosis, which. Produces insufficient blood supply with consequent pain and insufficient oxygenation of the circulation. Peripheral blood in legs and arms. It has been discovered that electromagnetic fields can be of great help as they increase circulation. Including in cases such as de Raynaud's syndrome, an arterial disease characterized by spasms that affect the. Arterioles, particularly in the fingers, nose and tongue, manifesting itself with paleness and in some cases cyanosis of the skin. Electromagnetic therapy attenuates sympathetic activity probably through hyperpolarization. In modern life, traumatic injuries and bone loss due to trauma, cysts and tumors have increased. Electromagnetic therapy can also be useful in these cases, since it stimulates osteogenesis and normally. It does not begin naturally. Any brand names mentioned in this article description are registered trademarks of their respective owner.