In fractures, magnetic therapy improves the metabolism and microcirculation of oxygenated blood in the tissues, flushes out metabolites and stimulates the healing process.

In fractures, low-frequency pulsed magnetic therapy has been demonstrated to accelerate the healing and regeneration of bones and soft tissues by non-specific irritation of the cell membrane. This leads to activation of the metabolic chain, in which a change in the cAMP/cGMP ratio and increased activation of osteoclasts for bone healing play a crucial role.

Pulsed magnetic therapy significantly accelerates the healing process in fractures, as it activates the formation of new tissue (rapid building of bone tissue and calcification) and leads to increased sensitivity to the parathyroid hormone. It is therefore used to accelerate the healing of fractures, pseudoarthroses (non-unions), and to strengthen loose and painful prostheses.

Low-frequency pulsed magnetic therapy increases the level of proteoglycans in cartilage by up to 22 %, which leads to the healing of fractures and regeneration of cartilage that is otherwise difficult and influenced only to a limited extent. Accelerated fracture healing has been demonstrated not only in bone, but also in soft tissue.

Read the results of the following clinical studies that demonstrate the success rate of low-frequency pulsed magnetic therapy in treatment of this condition.

Clinical studies by diagnosis:

Related diagnosis: Fractures