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The principle of this treatment technique is to create an artificial magnetic field, which increases the permeability of the cell membrane and thereby accelerates metabolism. Exposure to the magnetic field also leads to dilation of blood vessels, which leads to improved blood circulation, oxygen saturation, and also a slight increase in tissue temperature at the treatment site, by about 1°C. In addition, blood supply has a positive effect on cell division, thereby facilitating healing processes and reducing swelling.Therefore, the effects of magnetic therapy are of two types: local, at the site of exposure, and general, when the body’s defenses are increased and the hormonal and immune systems are activated. The positive effects of magnetic therapy are used in a number of areas of medicine, which include, for example, orthopedics and surgery, neurology, dermatology, rheumatology and dentistry. However, in all these cases, magnetic therapy is combined with other treatment methods and serves rather as an auxiliary tool. The course of magnetic therapy itself is neither difficult nor unpleasant. Because you usually don't feel anything while using it, you can easily get the impression that the treatment is pointless. However, this is a false assumption. In many cases, the effect of magnetic therapy will only become noticeable after some time. However, if there is no improvement after 7-10 procedures out of the minimum prescribed 15, treatment is usually stopped.


Although magnetic therapy has no known side effects, like any treatment method, there are a number of contraindications. Pregnancy is an absolute contraindication to magnetic therapy; it should not be performed by persons with a pacemaker, diseases of the thyroid gland and adrenal glands, bleeding in the digestive tract, tumors or infectious diseases. Also not recommended for menstrual bleeding, fungal diseases and epilepsy.