MBST magnetic resonance therapy new in Wolfsburg
Treatment options that might help to prevent surgery and the intake of pain killers in the case of joint complaints are more and more in demand. The MBST magnetic resonance therapy which fulfills exactly these requirements is available in the orthopaedic practice of Dr. med. Samer Diab in Wolfsburg since July 2020.Information event · Dr. med. Diab
Degenerative diseases are on the rise
Medical progress helps us to become older and older. But this also increases the risk of being affected by a degenerative disease such as osteoarthritis. Many people need medical help in order to be able to enjoy the extra time as painlessly as possible while maintaining their independent life. Far too often, surgical interventions are recommended quickly. Modern medicine also offers numerous non-surgical treatment options, such as the MBST magnetic resonance therapy.
Therapeutically used magnetic resonance technology
MBST magnetic resonance therapy is a therapeutically used development based on the principle of magnetic resonance known from MRI. But MBST is not used for diagnostic purposes but uses magnetic resonance for the biophysical stimulation of specific cells. Scientific data suggests that the pain-free and silent MBST therapy may trigger various processes in the treated tissues with an effect that can persist for years. Successfully treated patients report that they could avoid surgery and their pain was reduced up to complete freedom of pain.
MBST magnetic resonance medical technology in Dr. Diab’s practiceMBST-Therapysystem · OPEN·SYSTEM·700 · OPEN·SYSTEM·350
The treatment options in the orthopaedic practice of Dr. med. Samer Diab in Wolfsburg are supplemented with another non-surgical therapy for the targeted treatment of pain and functional impairments of patients suffering from osteoarthritis and other degenerative diseases of the musculoskeletal system: the MBST magnetic resonance therapy. The two different MBST therapy devices allow the treatment of osteoarthritis of all joints as well as disc complaints and injuries of muscles, tendons, ligaments and bones of the limbs.
Successful information event
The new treatment option was presented to interested persons on the 9th of July in a free information event. In a small group meeting directly in the practice premises, affected patients could get detailed information about the MBST magnetic resonance therapy.