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What Are The Effects Of Magnetic Therapy On Tissues?

Magnetic therapy, more accurately termed magnetic field therapy, is the use of magnetic fields, generated by either permanent magnets or pulsed electromagnetic fields, for the treatment of medical conditions.

Magnetic field therapy is a type of physical therapy during which the body is exposed to a low-frequency magnetic field. Cells and colloidal systems in the body contain ions that can be affected by magnetic forces. When the tissue is exposed to pulsed magnetic fields, a weak electrical current is induced activating all cells that are exposed to it. 

Tissue treated with the help of a magnetic field with suitably selected biotrophic parameters, results in the increased activity of the cell’s surface, further increasing its membrane potential, eventually resulting in the balancing of the intracellular potential.

Effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields on tissue:

  • Improving the permeability of the cellular membrane affects cell metabolism and allows for quicker absorption of swelling.
  • A pulsed magnetic field reduces the transmission of painful sensations from the nerve endings to the central nervous systems, further reducing pain.
  • Within a couple of minutes, it expands blood vessels in the affected area and improves the circulation of blood. 
  • Relieves stress in the musculoskeletal system.
  • Strengthens the immune system.

The patient does not experience any negative sensations during treatment. Magnetic field pulses penetrate evenly across body tissues.