Magnetic-laser therapy

IVRFees and treatmentMagnetic-laser therapy

Magnetic-laser therapy is a curative laser and electromagnetic field exposure on the patient using a special device. Magnetic-laser therapy is recommended for patients with chronic back and joint pain. Magnetic-laser therapy may also be recommended for rehabilitation after operative and surgical interventions.

How the treatment is performed?

This procedure is particularly effective in the treatment of musculoskeletal system diseases, accompanied by interstitial edema. Swelling begins to decrease from the first treatment session. The treatment course at the Institute of Vertebrology and Rehabilitation often includes up to 20 sessions using high-quality BTL equipment. During the consultation, the doctor must clarify whether the patient has any contra-indications to various types of physical therapy, including magnetic-laser therapy, such as cancer, cramps, cardiovascular and endocrine diseases, renal and hepatic failure.

The preventive course of treatment performed every 6-10 months significantly reduces the risk of aggravations.

What are the useful properties of magnetic-laser therapy?

  • Reduction of inflammation and interstitial edema;
  • Improvement of blood circulation and metabolism;
  • Oxygenation of cells;
  • Relieve of muscle spasms and as a result, pain;
  • Stimulation of the immune system.

Contra-indications of magnetic-laser therapy

  • Reduced blood clotting (hemophilia);
  • Presence of a pacemaker, endoprosthesis;
  • Malignant tumors;
  • Acute renal, hepatic failure;
  • Hyperthyroidism;
  • Diseases of purulent nature;
  • Menstruation;
  • Acute infectious and inflammatory diseases.
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