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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.

Patienteninformationsveranstalung am 09.07.2002 in den Praxisräumen von Dr. med. Diab
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 practice

Praxisräume Dr. Diabs in Wolfsburg mit den beiden neu installierten OPEN·System Therapiegeräten
MBST-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.

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MBST global leader from Wetzlar wins German Brand Award 2020

On the 18th of June 2020, MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH from Wetzlar has again won the German Brand Award for its MBST magnetic resonance therapy. With this award, the global leader in the field of therapeutically used MBST magnetic resonance technology has convinced the jury of experts with MBST for the second time in the category “Excellent Brands – Health & Pharmaceuticals”.

MBST magnetic resonance therapy · Awarded as one of the most successful German brands once again!

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The role of MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH as innovator and the success of its brand MBST magnetic resonance therapy is honoured as “Winner” out of 1,200 applications from 14 countries. Initiator of the German Brand Awards is the Rat für Formgebung which was founded by the German Bundestag and sponsored by the Bundesverband der Deutschen Industrie in 1953. Today, the circle of sponsors includes more than 320 enterprises. For more than 60 years, the foundation’s objective has been the support of the competing power of German companies on a national and international scale.

MBST stands for “Molecular Biophysical Stimulation” and is a unique conservative therapy approach

After the first success in 2019, the MBST magnetic resonance therapy was awarded for a second time by the independent and first rate jury of experts. It is now in a class of its own.

Health – possibly our most valuable possession

Our health is possibly the most important requirement to feel good, be mobile and productive and have joy in life. Health depends on several different factors. Some of these we can influence ourselves, others not. Targeted prevention and adequate therapies can help to support the health systematically up until old age. This is the main field of action for MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH from Wetzlar and the worldwide patented MBST magnetic resonance therapy.

Therapiegeräte ARTHRO·SPIN·LIFT, ARTHRO·SPIN·FLEX, OSTEO·SPIN

Health Made in Germany

Only few companies and brands have a worldwide unique product portfolio. One of these is MedTec with MBST. With the therapeutically used MBST magnetic resonance technology, MedTec has developed from a pioneer to a world market leader with the aim to establish the MBST therapy as a global standard treatment not only for diseases and injuries of the musculoskeletal system.

MBST was developed to enable the targeted transfer of energy into diseased or damaged tissue and stimulate it on a molecular level without surgery or invasive treatment, intravenous infusions or injections, drugs, exposure to radiation, side effects or interactions. It is used for the treatment of for example osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, disc conditions and other indications.

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Global leader from Wetzlar is Champion of Innovation · TOP 100 Top-Innovator

On the 19th of June, 2020, MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH from Wetzlar has been awarded with the innovation prize TOP 100 Top-Innovator 2020 for the 4th time already after 2014, 2016 und 2018. It is especially noteworthy that the global leader in MBST magnetic resonance therapy ranks 2nd in its category.

Therapiegeräte ARTHRO·SPIN·LIFT, ARTHRO·SPIN·FLEX, OSTEO·SPIN, OPEN·SYSTEM·700, OSTEO·SYSTEM

Only those who continue to develop with changes and innovations proactively succeed in the long term

TOP 100 with its mentor Ranga Yogeshwar selects the most innovative enterprises of German SMEs. Scientific supervisor of the project is Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Franke of the Vienna University of Economics and Business together with his team. MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH is title holder and is awarded in 2020 with the TOP 100 quality seal for the 4th time in the course of the last 10 years. This is an exceptional performance. The innovative SME from Wetzlar convinced the jury and achieved above-average scores in all assessment categories in the innovative competition TOP 100 which takes place for the 27th time this year. MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH even ranks 2nd in its category.

Innovative treatment option · MBST Molecular Biophysical Stimulation

MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH has shown a continuous strength in innovation since its first participation in this competition for SMEs. As developer, producer and distributor of the MBST magnetic resonance therapy system, the Wetzlar-based company has become world market leader in therapeutically used magnetic resonance technology. The unique product portfolio has no competition on the medical-technology market and is actively distributed in more than 40 countries.

Therapiegeräte ARTHRO·SPIN·LIFT, ARTHRO·SPIN·FLEX, OSTEO·SPIN, OPEN·SYSTEM·700, OSTEO·SYSTEM
MBST Produktportfolio

Hightech product portfolio

MBST magnetic resonance therapy is used in inpatient and outpatient setting, preventively, postsurgically and rehabilitation-accompanying for the treatment of various degenerative diseases of the musculoskeletal system such as osteoarthritis, osteoporosis or disc conditions as well as for other diseases and injuries of biological tissues.

An increasing number of doctors, specialists, medical care centres, clinics and universities puts their trust into the MBST magnetic resonance therapy system – not only in Germany and Europe but around the world. The therapy is non-invasive, drug-free and without known side effects or interactions in more than 20 years of use. The MBST therapy system comprises therapy devices for the use in professional practices and mobile medical care as well as the supervised use in private households.

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MBST receives Special Mention as Brand Innovation of the Year 2020

The Wetzlar-based company MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH has been awarded with a Special Mention in the category Brand Innovation of the Year of the German Brand Award for the first time on June 18, 2020. Among others, the award is given for the innovative MBST magnetic resonance therapy system OSTEO·SPIN which uses the MBST magnetic resonance technology in the treatment of osteoporosis without drugs, side-effects or drug interactions.

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MBST-Therapiesystem · OSTEO·SPIN

Innovations which involve the future user in the development of product and design

In 2020, the German Brand Award honours the best innovative brands for the 5th time. MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH was awarded in the category Health & Pharmaceuticals with a Special Mention in the category Brand Innovation of the Year. That also pays tribute to the situation that the innovative therapy as well as the design which is optimised for doctor and patient are completely Made in Germany.

MBST therapy for the drug-free treatment of multiple fractures, osteopenia and osteoporosis

During the development of this new MBST therapy system, MedTec paid particular attention to the drug-free osteoprotective approach because a lot of patients suffer from sometimes severe gastrointestinal side effects of the conventional medicinal therapies. A great amount of scientific data, case reports and feedback of successfully treated patients shows that this approach can work. Among others, an increase of the bone density and of the bone turnover marker osteocalcin could be found after MBST magnetic resonance therapy for osteoporosis.

Vicious circle osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is the most frequent disease of the skeleton resp. the bones with more than 200 million people being affected worldwide. The disease causes a reduced bone strength which leads to a higher risk for fractures. In Germany alone, more than 700,000 fractures are attributed to osteoporosis. Moreover, the number and severity of these often spontaneously occurring fractures (fragility fractures) distinctly increases the risk for further fractures. One of five patients in advanced age who suffer a hip fracture dies of the consequences during the following year.

MBST OSTEO therapy approach

The MBST therapy system was developed to transfer energy into the bone tissue in a targeted manner. Its objective is to increase the metabolism and thereby promptly support the body’s own repair mechanisms and regeneration processes. MBST therapy thus directly tackles one of the causes of osteoporosis and other indications around the osseous structures.

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OSTEO·SPIN · New MBST therapy device for the treatment of osteoporosis in Berlin

Since the 9th of April 2020, the practice for orthopaedics and trauma surgery in Berlin-Lichterfelde Dr. med. Rainer Biglmaier has the most modern MBST magnetic resonance therapy device for the gentle, non-invasive and non-medicinal treatment of osteoporosis – OSTEO·SPIN.

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OSTEO·SPIN · MBST whole-body therapy system

OSTEO·SPIN is a whole-body therapy system which allows a treatment of osseous structures, for example in the case of osteopenia, osteo¬porosis and injuries of the musculoskeletal system, that is safe and free of side effects. It is also used for the treatment of metabolic disorders of the bones and neuralgic indications as well as postsurgically and with the aim of accelerating wound healing processes. The patented medical technology of the MBST therapy device in TUEV-certified quality complies with current EU norms and can be used for all age groups.

Widespread disease osteoporosis

Osteoporosis, also called bone loss, is a systemic condition of the skeleton which may affect all bones within the body. At first, an increased degredation of bone mass and a deterioration of the bone structure become apparent. The risk for fractures can increase as a consequence of the bone loss so that even small incidents can cause bone fractures, so called fragility fractures. Osteoporosis with fragility fractures is a serious condition which often causes pain, fear and not seldom a dependency on care. Typical are fractures of vertebral bodies, the femoral neck and the wrists. Especially fractures close to the hip and in the vertebrae of the spine can reduce the quality of life and the ability to live independently. The efficacy of MBST magnetic resonance therapy on osseous structures has been examined in several scientific studies and case reports in vitro and in a clinical setting. In general, these have reported the MBST therapy as free of pain, side effects and interactions and also a treatment that is gentle on the body.

OSTEO·SPIN · MBST therapy system - opened

OSTEO·SPIN · Now in Berlin-Lichterfelde

For more than 20 years, Dr. med. Rainer Biglmaier and his team have treated all common orthopaedic and sports medical indications in the practice situated directly at Krandoldplatz with lots of commitment and success. On the 9th of April 2020, one of the first OSTEO·SPIN magnetic resonance therapy devices was installed in the practice for orthopaedics and trauma surgery in Berlin.

Dr. med. Rainer Biglmaier: “MBST is a highly modern supplement of my surgical and conservative practice. Most of the patients that I have treated with MBST magnetic resonance therapy are satisfied with it. This therapy perfectly rounds off my range of treatment.”

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MBST Award 2020 goes to Dr. med. Norbert Kaltenkirchen · Trier

At the 3rd Wetzlar Medical Symposium about MBST magnetic resonance therapy, Dr. med. Norbert Kaltenkirchen was awarded for his exceptional use of MBST therapy.

MedTec CEO Axel Muntermann with Dr. med. Norbert Kaltenkirchen
MedTec CEO Axel Muntermann with Dr. med. Norbert Kaltenkirchen

MBST Award for Dr. Kaltenkirchen

Specialist for orthopaedics Dr. med. Norbert Kaltenkirchen was presented with an MBST Award at the third international medical symposium in Wetzlar. The prize was awarded for the succuessful use of MBST magnetic resonance therapy in the orthopaedic practice in Trier since 2008 which is also an MBST competence centre due to its large range of installed MBST therapy devices.

Orthopaedic practice in Trier – DGFAM-certified centre for osteoarthritis and DVO-certified centre for osteology

The practice is also named Centre for osteoarthritis treatment Trier and has been the first practice in Germany to be certified as centre for osteoarthritis by DGFAM e.V. (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Arthrose-Management), the German Society for Management of Arthritis. DGFAM certifies facilities which offer a conservative and surgical treatment of osteoarthritis according to international guide lines. The orthopaedic practice in Trier is also a DVO-certified centre for osteology (DVO, Dachverband Osteologie/ Confederation for Osteology) and therefore has special competence and experience in prevention and treatment for patients with osteological diseases. This is especially relevant for osteopenia and osteoporosis as an increasing number of people suffers from osteoporosis. This systemic disease of the skeleton reduces the stability of the bones which causes a higher risk for bone fractures.

Dr. med. Norbert Kaltenkirchen is also a DVO-certified osteologist. The DVO is an association of all academic societies in Germany, Austria and Switzerland which deal with bone diseases. The DVO certifies doctors who focus in clinic or private practice on the treatment of patients with osteological diseases and have special experiences in the field of osteology. Dr. Kaltenkirchen has also completed further training in sports medicine, manual medicine/chirotherapy and acupuncture.

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MBST Award 2020 goes to Dipl.-Med. Hans-Georg Nagel · Merseburg

At the 3rd Wetzlar Medical Symposium about MBST magnetic resonance therapy, Dipl.-Med. Hans-Georg Nagel was awarded for more than 10 years of successul use of MBST therapy.

MedTec CEO Axel Muntermann with Dipl.-Med. Hans-Georg Nagel

MBST Award for Dipl.-Med. Nagel

Dipl.-Med. Hans-Georg Nagel received an MBST Award at the gala evening during the third international medical symposium about MBST therapy in Wetzlar. He has used the MBST magnetic resonance therapy for more than 10 years in his orthopaedic practice in Merseburg with great success.

Orthopaedic practice Nagel

The orthopaedic practice Nagel has a cooperation with the Basedow-Klinikum. As the only hospital in the region Saalekreis, the Basedow-Klinikum is responsible for providing extensive healthcare services for the region’s population. To be able to fulfill this task, it cooperates with licenced doctors like Dipl.-Med. Hans-Georg Nagel.

Hans-Georg Nagel is specialist for orthopaedics and trauma surgery, chirotherapy and x-ray diagnostics skeleton as well as osteology. The focus of his medical practice is set on the non-surgical treatment of diseases of the musculoskeletal system such as osteoarthritis and osteoporosis. Since March 2008, he has been using the MBST magnetic resonance therapy system with good treatment results. The orthopaedic practice has 4 MBST magnetic resonance therapy devices and can therefore treat a variety of indications in different treatment zones.

The practice is situated in the medical care centre of the Basedow-Klinikum Saalekreis, as a part of the Gesundheitszentrum im Säulenhaus in Merseburg on level 2. The medical care centre combines the advantages of a policlinic with the new possibility of cross-sector care. This concept aims at improving the structure of medical care by a close linking of inpatient and outpatient services. By providing medical help from one source, repeated or double examinations can be prevented and waiting time and distances are shortened.

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MBST Award 2020 goes to Dr. med. Maren Van de Perck · Winnweiler

At the 3rd Wetzlar Medical Symposium about MBST magnetic resonance therapy in Wetzlar, Dr. med. Maren Van de Perck was honoured for outstanding activities regarding patient information about MBST therapy.

MedTec CEO Axel Muntermann mit Univ.-Doz. Dr. Kullich
MedTec CEO Axel Muntermann with Dr. Maren Van de Perck

MBST Award for Dr. Van de Perck

Dr. med. Maren Van de Perck was honoured with the MBST Award 2020 at the gala evening during the third international medical symposium in Wetzlar. Her commitment and work in informing about MBST magnetic resonance therapy are especially noticeable. Her orthopaedic practice in Winnweiler organises regular informational events for patients and also provides a very thorough documentation of case reports including diagnostic imaging.

MBST complements the range of conservative treatments in practice in Winnweiler

Dr. med. Maren van de Perck is a specialist for surgery, specialist for orthopaedics and trauma surgery and also has further training qualifications in emergency medicine and manual medicine. The focus of manual medicine or manual therapy is the diagnostics and treatment of functional disorders of the joints, muscles and nerves and the resulting pathological consequences.

The range of treatment in the orthopaedic practice in Winnweiler includes the totality of conservative orthopaedics. Conservative orthopaedics deals with diagnostics and treatment of degenerative diseases (e. g. wear of the knee joint or herniated discs), deformities of the skeleton, bone disorders (e. g. osteoporosis), infections, tumour diseases of the musculoskeletal system, joint diseases with rheumatological or metabolic causes, muscle diseases and orthopaedic conditions with neurological implications. Dr. med. Van de Perck uses the MBST magnetic resonance therapy system as a part of her conservative treatment methods. She also organises regular informational events for patients which are an ideal opportunity for patients or other persons interested to get information about the MBST therapy and its advantages.

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MBST Award 2020 for Dr. Bibiane Steinecker-Frohnwieser · Graz

At the 3rd Wetzlar Medical Symposium about MBST magnetic resonance therapy in Wetzlar, Priv.-Doz. Mag. Dr. rer. nat. Bibiane Steinecker-Frohnwieser was awarded for her activities in studies and research about MBST therapy.

MedTec CEO Axel Muntermann mit Univ.-Doz. Dr. Kullich
Priv.-Doz. Mag. Dr. rer. nat. Bibiane Steinecker-Frohnwieser

MBST Award for Dr. Steinecker-Frohnwieser

On the 6th of March 2020 at the third international medical symposium, Priv.-Doz. Mag. Dr. rer.nat. Bibiane Steinecker-Frohnwieser received an MBST Award. She was honoured for her long-term academic research in the exploration of the active principle of therapeutically used MBST magnetic resonance technology. In Wetzlar, she also gave a lecture about the newest findings in the research on human chondrocytes.

Changes in the miRNA Profile and Hypoxic Behavious of Human chondrocytes by NMRT · NMRT stands for MBST therapy

EULAR (Annual European Congress of Rheumatology) is an annual congress and an important event in the field of rheumatology. It is a unique opportunity to get current information on the state of research in this field. Priv.-Doz. Mag. Dr. rer. nat. Bibiane Steinecker-Frohnwieser presented a conference paper about the topic mentioned above. A detailed study of the mechanisms of NMRT shows a modulating effect on the miRNA, its regulatory units and the chondrocytes under hypoxic conditions. The current results confirm earlier findings which showed that NMRT can counteract changes induced by IL-1β which means that the effect of pain reduction in the case of OA by NMRT may be caused by its effect on inflammatory mechanisms.

CEO Muntermann presents Dr. Toussaint with the MBST Award
Dr Kozyra speaking at the third MBST user conference

Together with Univ.-Doz. Dr. Werner Kullich, Bibiane Steinecker-Frohnwieser has done a great deal of research into the effect of magnetic resonance on cartilage cells. „There are changes, information about inflammatory mechanisms that we have to look into“, says Kullich. They were able to show that after one hour of magnetic resonance exposition, a statistically significant decrease of intracellular calcium is noticeable in Cal-78 cells which may be connected to the reduction of pain that was observed in clinical studies.

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MBST-Award 2020 geht an Univ.-Doz. Dr. W. Kullich

At the 3rd Wetzlar Medical Symposium about MBST magnetic resonance therapy in Wetzlar, Univ.-Doz. Dr. Werner Kullich, head of the Ludwig Boltzmann Department for Rehabilitation Saalfelden and vice head of the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Arthritis and Rehabilitation, was honoured for his outstanding commitment for and long-term study activities about MBST therapy.

MedTec CEO Axel Muntermann with Univ.-Doz. Dr. Kullich
MedTec CEO Axel Muntermann with Univ.-Doz. Dr. Kullich

MBST Award for Univ.-Doz. Dr. Kullich

On the 6th of March 2020, Univ.-Doz. Dr. Werner Kullich received an MBST Award 2020 at the gala evening during the third international medical symposium in Wetzlar. He was honoured for many years of scientific research about the effects of therapeutic magnetic resonance on the cellular level. Also, he has done several clinical studies about MBST therapy in the treatment of patients with diseases of the musculoskeletal system have been completed. Further studies are planned.

350 academic articles in international journals

Univ.-Doz. Dr. Werner Kullich has received 3 prizes of the Austrian state for his accomplishments in foundational research and research about rheumatism. He was also awarded with the academic prize for research in pain by the Austrian Pain Society (Wissenschaftspreis of the Österreichische Schmerzgesellschaft).

“In 2018, we were able to prove the effect of magnetic resonance therapy on a cellular level on the increase and decrease of intracellular calcium”, Univ.-Doz. Dr. Kullich says. This is another step on the way to the use of magnetic resonance as an accepted, evaluated and basically good and effective method for pain reduction. Another finding was the greater risk of leg-amputees for osteoporosis and the apparent positive effect of magnetic resonance in these cases. “This is pretty easy”, Kullich states, “there is a therapeutic effect on the cells. The transferred energy influences a positive outcome.” “This means for the patients that there is a method, a therapy that is minimally invasive and can result in a distinctly lower need for medication and therefore a higher quality of life.”

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MBST Award 2020 goes to Dr. med. Volker Stolzenbach in Muehlacker

At the 3rd Wetzlar Medial Symposium about MBST magnetic resonance therapy in Wetzlar, Dr. med. Volker Stolzenbach from Muehlacker, specialist for orthopaedics and trauma surgery and specialist for specialised pain therapy, was honoured for his outstanding commitment and long-term advisory activity.

MedTec Managing Director Axel Muntermann with Dr. Volker Stolzenbach
MedTec CEO Axel Muntermann with Dr. Volker Stolzenbach

MBST Award for Dr. Stolzenbach

Dr. med. Volker Stolzenbach was presented with an MBST Award by Axel Muntermann at the gala evening during the third international medical symposium about MBST. Dr. Stolzenbach has used the MBST magnetic resonance system for more than 20 years with great success. In this time, he has not only given a large number of lectures about MBST magnetic resonance therapy but also been a competent advisor in medical questions for MedTec.

Practice philosophy: find and treat the cause, not only the symptoms

Quite often, a treatment has only a short-term effect and the complaints quickly show again. This is often the case with purely symptomatic therapeutic methods that don’t consider and treat the underlying causes. But only a treatment of the cause can result in a lasting improvement. Dr. Stolzenbach uses several innovative treatment options in his private practice for orthopaedics that aim at supporting the body’s own healing processes and stimulate a real healing of the damaged tissue. One of them is the MBST therapy system.

“My specialist training largely centered around surgical treatment methods, as is the case for all orthopaedists. In my own practice, I focused increasingly on avoiding surgery whenever possible. Treatment methods that support or stimulate endogenous weakened powers of self-healing aim at treating the cause of the pain. Their effect doesn’t come as fast as that of pain killers or cortisone because these healing processes take time but they work sustainably. The damaged tissue, for example a tendon or the cartilage in the joint, can recover, regenerate, rejuvenate. And these regenerating treatments also have very few side effects”, says Dr. Stolzenbach.

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MBST-Award 2020 geht an Ilker Hasa · MBST Türkei

At the 3rd Wetzlar Medical Symposium about MBST magnetic resonance therapy in Wetzlar, the turkish MBST master licence partner and managing director of the Physical Treatment Centre in Samsun Ilker Hasa was honoured for his outstanding commitment to the expansion of MBST therapy and his public relations activities.

MedTec-Geschäftsführer Axel Muntermann mit Dr. med. Irene Wiesner
MedTec CEO Axel Muntermann with Ilker Hasa

MBST Award for Ilker Hasa

On the 6th of March 2020 at the gala evening during the third international medical symposium in Wetzlar about MBST magnetic resonance therapy, Ilker Hasa was presented with an MBST Award by MedTec Managing Director Axel Muntermann. Ilker Hasa is the MBST master licence partner for Turkey where the MBST therapy has been successfully used for nearly 10 years in several turkish treatment centres, among others in Istanbul, Ankara and Kocasinan.

Expansion plans for MBST treatment centres in Turkey

The turkish MBST master licence partner plans on opening further MBST centres throughout the whole of the country. Beside the treatment of other indications, the turkish treatment centres focus on osteopenia and osteoporosis which is partly due to cultural circumstances.

Ilker Hasa is also the Managing Director of the MBST Centre for Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation in Samsun. He states that with the MBST therapy devices, they were able to achieve an improvement rate of 95% in the treatment of herniated discs, osteoarthritis, joint and knee pain, osteoporosis and injuries of professional athletes. According to Ilker Hasa, the mainly positive treatment result of the MBST magnetic resonance therapy system have also been apparent in studies by the Department for Physiotherapy of the medical faculty of the University of Erciyes and the medical faculty of the University of Ondokuz Mayıs.

The head of the Department for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation of the medical faculty OMÜ Dr. Ömer Kuru confirmed that they have very good results in the treatment of many patients with the MBST magnetic resonance therapy system.

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MBST Award 2020 goes to Dr. med. Irene Wiesner in Kaarst

At the 3rd Wetzlar Medical Symposium about MBST magnetic resonance therapy in Wetzlar, the specialist for internal medicine Dr. med. Irene Wiesner from Kaarst was honoured for her public relations activities around the MBST therapy.

MBST Award for Dr. med. Wiesner

During the 3rd international medical symposium about MBST magnetic resonance therapy in Wetzlar on the 6th of March 2020, Dr. med. Irene Wiesner was awarded an MBST Award. The specialist for internal medicine has successfully used the MBST therapy system since 2016. The practice has organised several informational events for patients and in this way made an essential contribution to the further expansion of MBST therapy.

MBST treatment centre in the Medical-Orthopaedic Therapy Centre in Kaarst · MOT-Zentrum

MedTec Managing Director Axel Muntermann with Dr. med. Irene Wiesner
MedTec CEO Axel Muntermann with Dr. med. Irene Wiesner

Her barrier-free practice in the heart of Kaarst provides comprehensive care for patients. Being an academic training practice of the Heinrich Heine University in Duesseldorf, the practice not only is a supporting pillar of the healthcare system but always takes care to be up-to-date with the newest scientific medical developments.

Patient information events offer the opportunity to get detailed information about a disease, possibilities of diagnostics and modern treatment options such as MBST magnetic resonance therapy for patients affected, their relatives and everyone else interested.

After completing her training as a specialist for internal medicine, Dr. med. Irene Wiesner worked as senior ship’s doctor on cruise ships. Her experiences in the countries she visited and her passion for sailing and travelling prompted her to initiate a foundation together with her husband who is also a doctor. “Doctors in full sail” champions the establishment of a better medical care in regions with a weak infrastructure.

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MBST Award 2020 · Dr. Kitaev · ArthroMedCenter · Saratow-Moscow

At the 3rd Wetzlar Medical Symposium about MBST magnetic resonance therapy in Wetzlar, the specialist for orthopaedics, surgery and traumatology Dr. Igor Vladimirovich Kitaev from Moscow was honoured with an MBST Award for his research about MBST magnetic resonance therapy in the treatment of degenerative joint diseases and dorsopathy.

Muntermann überreicht Dr. med. Igor Kitaev den MBST-Award
MedTec CEO Axel Muntermann with Dr. med. Igor Kitaev

MBST Award for Dr. Kitaev

At the gala evening during the third international medical symposium about MBST magnetic resonance therapy on the 6th of March 2020, Senior Physician Dr. med. Igor Vladimirovich Kitaev was honoured with an MBST Award. Dr. Kitaev is General Manager of a clinic for joint and spine treatment in Moscow – ArthroMedCenter – and member of the International Scientific Surgical Association. He was medical leader of several studies about MBST therapy.

Outstanding therapeutic efficacy confirmed by Russian studies

20 years of experiences in medical practicing have made it clear to Dr. Kitaev that conservative methods for the treatment of diseases of the musculoskeletal system such as medicinal therapy, physiotherapy and intraarticular injections don’t always have the desired effect in fighting against damages to cartilage, joint and connective tissue.

In 2015, the MBST magnetic resonance therapy came to Dr. Kitaev’s notice. At first, he only treated patients from his extended family. But the exceptionally good therapy results were so convincing that he spend a lot of work and time to prove the efficacy of MBST therapy with more than personal reports. He initiated and concluded clinical studies which finally led to his clinic being granted the necessary medical licence to use the MBST magnetic resonance system in Russia.

According to the General Manager Dr. Kitaev, the staff of the clinic ArthroMedCenter includes several top doctors, candidates of medical science and the best specialists in the field of orthopaedics, rheumatology and neurology. The clinic guarantees the high efficiency of the innovative MBST method which allows the successful treatment of patients with diseases of the musculoskeletal system without surgery and side-effects.

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MBST Award 2020 · Private practice Florian Saenger in Wuppertal

At the 3rd Wetzlar Medical Symposium about MBST magnetic resonance therapy in Wetzlar, the specialist who is also active in clinical practice Florian Saenger from Wuppertal was honoured with the MBST Award. In his private practice in Wuppertal, he uses not only MBST magnetic resonance therapy but also the analysis of causes with a broad base of knowledge.

MedTec CEO Axel Muntermann with Dr. med. Andreas Singer
MedTec CEO Axel Muntermann with Dr. med. Andreas Singer

MBST Award for specialist Florian Saenger

At the gala evening during the third international medical symposium about MBST magnetic resonance therapy in Wetzlar on the 6th of March 2020, Florian Saenger received the MBST Award. He has long-term experiences of practising in a clinical setting. Since 2002, he has been working in the fields of internal medicine, emergenc medicine, intensive care, general medicine, visceral and trauma surgery and vascular and cardiac surgery.

Holistic medicine with specialist competence · Analysis of the causes with a broad base of knowledge

His private practice benefits from his clinical experience:

“Due to my broad base of knowledge, I can treat you encompassingly and holisticly. Primarily, this means for me: finding the cause instead of ‘only’ treating the symptoms. By viewing every person as a whole and at the same time taking their individuality into account, I establish the conditions for a sustainable success of the treatment”, Florian Saenger sums up his practice philosophy.

Instrument-based medicine · Private practice Florian Saenger · Wuppertal

Instrument-based therapy describes all therapeutic methods that use complex, usually electronic medical products. The instrument-based medical technology can be used following the physical examination for example for further diagnostics of a disease. In Florian Saenger’s private practice, the internationally patented MBST magnetic resonance technology is used. According to Saenger, the instrument-based MBST magnetic resonance therapy has the aim of regenerating bones and cartilage tissue, intervertebral discs, tendons, ligaments and muscles. Sports injuries and also the healing process after prosthetic implantation and fracture healing can be supported with a physical principle with MBST. In the same way as it happens in an imaging magnetic resonance tomograph (MRI), energy is transferred into the respective tissue which then therapeutically stimulates the metabolism and oscillation of the cells. Furthermore, the cells’ ciracidan rhythms are synchronised.

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MBST Award 2020 · Dr. med. Daniel Kozyra · Warsaw · Poland

At the 3rd Wetzlar Medical Symposium, Dr. med. Daniel Kozyra from Warsaw was honoured with an MBST Award for his exceptional work in the context of studies about MBST magnetic resonance therapy. The doctor for orthopedics and traumatology specialises in medical rehabilitation and is owner of a clinic for orthopedics and rehabilitation in Warsaw.

CEO Muntermann presents Dr. Toussaint with the MBST Award
MedTec CEO Axel Muntermann with Dr. med. Daniel Kozyra

MBST Award for Dr. med. Daniel Kozyra

On the 6th of March 2020, during the 3rd Wetzlar Medical Symposium about MBST therapy in Wetzlar, Dr. med. Daniel Kozyra was presented with the renowned MBST Award by Axel Muntermann, CEO of MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH, for his activity in research about the therapeutic treatment of back pain and spondylarthrosis. He presented the results of his study in a scientific lecture. One of his conclusions was that patients experienced a significant reduction of pain after MBST therapy.

Dr. med. Daniel Kozyra

Dr. med. Daniel Kozyra has been head of his own modern clinic in Warsaw – SOFTMED-LASER S.C. – since 2010. For more than 25 years, he has worked in diagnostic and therapeutic orthopedics as well as surgical treatment of patients with disorders of mobility. He is a member of the Polish Society of Orthopedics and Traumatology, of the Polish Rehabilitation Society and of the Chamber of Military Medicine.

Study about the efficacy of MBST magnetic resonance therapy in the case of back pain and spondylarthrosis

100 patients with chronic pain of back and spine between the age of 18 and 86, 58 female and 42 male were included in the study. Patient data was recorded before and after therapy with the Visual Analogue Scale (VAS) for pain and the Oswestry Disability Index (ODI). Modified questionnaires were used to evaluate the state of functioning as well as restrictions in the quality of life of patients with back pain or diseases or injuries of the spine.

CEO Muntermann presents Dr. Toussaint with the MBST Award
Dr Kozyra speaking at the third MBST user conference
Dr Kozyra speaking at the third MBST user conference
Dr Kozyra speaking at the third MBST user conference

Study results

Before therapy, patients had hardly been able to lift objects, to sit for more than 10 minutes or hardly at all and had had severe problems with sleeping due to their painful condition. After MBST therapy, they were able to lift heavy objects in a comfortable posture or even from the floor, could sit as long as they wanted to and sleep the whole night because the pain had subsided. According to VAS records, the strength of pain was reduced from 6 to 0 points after 3 and up to 12 months and only rose to 0.5 points after 12 to 18 months. The ODI score was reduced from between 15 and 14 points before treatment to between 0 and 4 points afterwards.

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MBST Award 2020 · Practice for orthopedics and sports medicine in Leipzig

At the 3rd Wetzlar Medical Symposium in Wetzlar, Dr. med. René Toussaint from Leipzig was honoured with an MBST Award for outstanding achievements in therapy application in professional sports. The specialist for orthopedics, sports medicine, manual medicine, physical therapy and social medicine is owner of the Practice for orthopedics and sports medicine am Bruehl in Leipzig and team doctor of the handball team men of SC DHfK (premier league) and others.

MBST Award for Dr. med. René Toussaint

At the gala evening on the 6th of March 2020 during the 3rd international medical symposium about MBST magnetic resonance therapy in Wetzlar, Dr. med. René Toussaint was honoured with an MBST Award.

Muntermann presents Dr. Toussaint with the MBST Award
MedTec CEO Axel Muntermann with Dr. med. Rene Toussaint

MBST magnetic resonance therapy in handball

According to Dr. Toussaint, every handball player active in the season 2016/2017 had to pause for about 30 days due to some injury. So he started to wonder if downtime and treatment time could be influenced by an innovative, non-surgical therapy. In his lecture at the Wetzlar Medical Symposium, he presented several case studies about how MBST magnetic resonance therapy can positively influence the course of healing after trauma and thereby secure an early therapy success compared to the single use of basic therapy. One of the cases showed a burn that was successfully treated with the wound healing therapy of the MBST therapy device ARTHRO·SPIN·FLEX. The pro athlete wasn’t absent for a single day. Other cases gave an impression of the way in which wound healing and regeneration after surgery can be improved with the course of healing being accelerated by applicating MBST treatment. Moreover, he explained about MBST also being a very good option in the treatment of children. As an alternative to injections or surgery, MBST is less traumatic, without known side effects or interactions and can shorten the course of healing.

“MBST magnetic resonance therapy has several advantages over other treatments”, Dr. med. René Toussaint stated. “The non-invasive treatment is easily available and applicably, has no side effects and can shorten the time of healing.”

Dr. Toussaint speaking at the third MBST user conference
Dr. Toussaint speaking at the third MBST user conference

Dr. med. René Toussaint · MBST treatment centre · Molecular Biophysical Stimulation

He is a specialist for orthopedics, sports medicine, manual medicine, physical therapy and social medicine, owner of the Practice for orthopedics and sports medicine am Bruehl in Leipzig. Dr. Toussaint is team doctor of the handball team men of SC DHfK (premier league) and tournament doctor at “Leipzig open”, an ITF tournament of tennis women.

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An MBST Award 2020 goes to Singapur

Several doctors and scientists were awarded for their successful and committed work around the therapeutical use of MBST magnetic resonance technology at the 3rd Wetzlar Medical Symposium in Wetzlar. Josephine Lee and Ho See Peng from Singapur were among those honoured with an MBST Award.

3rd Wetzlar Medical Symposium about MBST magnetic resonance technology

The 3rd Wetzlar Medical Symposium about MBST magnetic resonance therapy took place on the 6th and 7th March 2020. More than 100 doctors, scientists and distributors from Germany and abroad came to Wetzlar for information about the newest research results and developments in modern therapy approaches for the treatment of orthopaedic patients. The event focused on therapeutically used magnetic resonance technology with inpatient, outpatient, post-surgical, post-inpatient and rehabilitation-accompanying use of MBST magnetic resonance therapy.

MBST Award for Pharmatech Resources PTE Ltd.

At the gala event on the evening before the symposium, Ms. Josephine Lee and Mr. Ho See Peng and their company Pharmatech Resources (FE) PTE Ltd. were honoured with an MBST Award. They have been exclusive master licence partners for MBST magnetic resonance technology in Singapur since 2017 and are extraordinary successful in the usage and distribution of MBST therapy.

MedTec Medizintechnik CEO A. Muntermann überreicht Award an den exklusiven MBST Kernspinresonanz Master-Lizenzpartner für außerordentlich erfolgreiche Anwendung und Verbreitung der MBST Therapie

Opening of a new top clinic in Singapur

In summer 2020, their new reference clinic for pain patients as well as patients with injuries and diseases of the musculoskeletal system will open in Singapur. It focuses on treatments with MBST therapy devices of the newest generation such as MBST ARTHRO·SPIN·FLEX. The REHAB Center is situated in the renowned Camden Medical, One Orchard Boulevard. Camden Medical includes more than 200 doctors and health specialists and has a holistic approach to health and well-being, including prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation.

We, the MedTec from Wetzlar, are proud of the successes we have achieved together with Pharmatech and are looking forward to the continued prosperous cooperation in Asia.

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An MBST Award 2020 goes to Montabaur

At the 3rd Wetzlar Medical Symposium in Wetzlar, Matthias W. Hoetzel was honoured with an MBST Award. The specialist for general medicine is – together with Dr. med. Karl Schuster – head of the Praxishaus Montabaur, an academic teaching practice of the universities of Mainz and Marburg. One of his main areas of practice is sports medicine. Hoetzel has longstanding experience in medical care for professional athletes as racing doctor and advises drivers and teams for example on famous long distance races like 24h-Nuerburgring / Spa / Le Mans / Daytona.

MBST-Award für Matthias W. Hötzel

During the third international medical symposium about MBST magnetic resonance therapy in Wetzlar, that took place on the 6th and 7th of March 2020, Matthias W. Hoetzel received an MBST Award for the joint practice Dr. med. Karl R. Schuster and Matthias W. Hotzel. As owners of an academic teaching practice of JGU Mainz and Philipps University Marburg, both are lecturers for the training of students of medicine and the internship in general medicine.

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MedTec CEO Axel Muntermann with Matthias W. Hoetzel

1st competence centre for MBST magnetic resonance therapy in Germany

At the gala event in Leica Park in Wetzlar on the evening before the symposium, Matthias W. Hoetzel was honoured for his long-standing successful use of MBST magnetic resonance therapy. The joint practice is the first competence centre for MBST magnetic resonance therapy in Germany. All three MBST therapy devices of the newest device generation are used in the practice which offers the whole range of treatment options with MBST.

MBST magnetic resonance therapy in motor racing

For more than 30 years, the two have cared for racing teams and worked as race doctors at international and national major racing events worldwide (USA, Sebring, Daytona, Mexico, Canada, Suzuka, Macao, Africa, Europe i. e. Le Mans, Nuerburgring). Today, they still are racing doctors at the 24h-race at Nuerburgring, SPA and Le Mans: Juergen Alzen Motorsport, Manthey-Racing, Land-Motorsport, Konrad Motorsport, ABT-Audi, ABT-Bentley, Haribo-Racing, BMW Motorsport und Schnitzer Motorsport. Dr. med. Karl R. Schuster and Matthias W. Hoetzel have an international licence as leading racing doctors of the DMSB (German Association for Motor Sports e.V.)/ FIA.

“To stimulate and optimize the regenerative potential of damaged structures, we put our trust in a multimodal therapy approach centering around MBST magnetic resonance therapy and have done so for many years”, says Matthias W. Hoetzel. “In our practice in Montabaur, we not only treat ambitious leisure or professional athletes with MBST therapy but mainly normal patients. The treatment results are excellent. Therefore, we use the whole range of the newest MBST therapy devices. We are proud to be the first competence centre for MBST in Germany.”

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Worldwide interest in MBST magnetic resonance therapy from Wetzlar

Numerous renowned doctors, scientists and distributors discussed the newest findings from research and daily practice at the 3rd Wetzlar Medical Symposium on the 7th of March 2020 in Wetzlar. The focus were current experiences and results around molecular biophysical stimulation with therapeutic application of MBST magnetic resonance technology.

3rd Wetzlar Medical Symposium

The 3rd Medical Symposium about MBST magnetic resonance therapy took place at the last weekend. More than 100 doctors, scientists and distributors from Germany and abroad had travelled to Wetzlar to get information about current results of research and developments around modern therapy approaches in the treatment of orthopaedic patients, with the focus set on magnetic resonance technology. Main topic was the practical application of magnetic resonance technology in an inpatient and outpatient setting, postsurgical, post-inpatient and also rehabilitation-accompanying.

Awards for exceptionally successful and committed users

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F. l. t. r.: (last row) Göksel Celebi, Ilker Hasa, Dr. med. Igor Kitaev, Dr. med. René Toussaint, Dr. med. Norbert Kaltenkirchen, Guido Finkes, Florian Sänger, Dr. med. Volker Stolzenbach, Dipl.-Med. Hans-Georg Nagel, Univ.-Doz. Dr. Werner Kullich, Axel Muntermann, Dr. med. Maren Van de Perck, (front row) Matthias Hötzel, Dr. med. Irene Wiesner (Dr. med. Daniel Kozyra is missing in the photo)

The gala evening was an opportunity to honour particularly successful and committed researchers, scientists, doctors and MBST users. All award-winners have expanded the state of knowledge about MBST magnetic resonance therapy with their important work. Especially the studies and case reports about the treatment of back pain and intervertebral disc problems have to be mentioned here. Another award was given for research about the influence of MBST magnetic resonance technology on inflammative and hypoxic conditions of the cells as well as on circadian rhythm of the cellular clocks resp. clock genes. Another group of winners were doctors and specialists who use the therapy in their practices in an exceptionally successful way, for example in the treatment of injuries of professional athletes or by providing detailed case reports. This combination of research and practice is one of the reasons why an increasing number of doctors, specialists, medical care centres, hospitals, clinics and universities use MBST magnetic resonance therapy, not only in Germany but in the whole world. The newest generation of MBST therapy devices was also presented. It is the result of constant working on research and development, fulfills highest demands on quality and combines therapeutic efficacy with design, ergonomics, energy efficiency, sustainability and patient comfort.

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Sportorthopaedie Dresden helps ice hockey pros to return to play faster

Team doctor Dr. med. Lars Stephan uses modern methods in the treatment of the players of Dresdner Eislöwen to keep downtimes as short as possible. One of these treatment options is the MBST magnetic resonance therapy that has just supported the healing process of defense player René Kramer.

Therapeutical approach: molecular biophysical stimulation

In professional sports, injuries have negative consequences for the individual player and for the whole team. Sports injuries lead to a high weight of expectations and a pressure to perform for anyone involved. The player is expected to become fit and active again in the shortest time possible. In order to prevent persisting performance deficits, it is important not to get into the vicious circle of injury – rehab – rebound – rehab. Accelerating the biological healing processes with MBST therapy can reduce the necessary downtimes in professional and leisure sports. The MBST therapy approach is gentle, non-invasive and without illegal substances, also postsurgically and rehabilitationaccompanying. Its aim is to enable a fast and safe return to training, competition and work. Downtimes and the risk for relapses may be reduced considerably due to the increased restoration of full capacity. Professional athletes who were treated successfully with MBST therapy report that they were able to return to training sooner than expected and even won medals at, for example, Olympic Games and World Championships. Scientific data suggests that MBST magnetic resonance technology can trigger various biophysical processes and anti-inflammatory and painrelieving effects (Steinecker-Frohnwieser et al. 2014, Journal of Orthopedics and Rheumatology 9/2014).

MBST as an important support in the recovery from injuries in professional sports

Due to the good medical support, René Kramer of Dresdner Eislöwen was able to return to the team sooner than prognosticated. The defense player had suffered a muscle injury at the beginning of January. One of the treatment methods used was the MBST magnetic resonance therapy. Kramer was fit to start team training earlier than expected. On Sunday, 9th of February, he was back on the ice for the match against the Rote Teufel Bad Nauheim. René Kramer: “It is great to be back on the ice and train with the guys. I will try to improve every day. A huge thank you to our doc and physiotherapists! They have done a great job so that I could return to training earlier than I thought.”

Multiple options for use in professional sports

Different athletes, from soccer to athletics, from volleyball and fist ball to tournament dancing, have tried the MBST magnetic resonance therapy for treatment of injuries on muscles, tendons, ligaments and bones. They include for instance Philipp Weber, Alina Reh, Manuel Eitel, Peter Strosack, Niko Bungert and Maraike Biglmaier. Treated injures were among others bone bruises (bone marrow edema), stress fractures, tendon complaints, cartilage defects and jumper’s knee.

Original article:
Saechsische Zeitung, 14th of February 2020, Der Arzt, der Verletzte schneller fit bekommt,
www.saechsische.de

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Turkish delegation visits MedTec headquarters in Wetzlar

The MBST magnetic resonance therapy is successfully used in Turkey for the treatment of arthrosis, osteoporosis or disc problems. In the first week of February the Turkish license partners visited at MedTec to learn about the latest developments in the field of therapeutically used magnetic resonance technology.

Extensive expansion plans for MBST in Turkey

F. l. t. r.: Axel Muntermann, Ilker Hasa, Guido Finkes, Yasin Düngur

On February 4 and 5, a delegation of the Turkish MBST master license partner visited the Wetzlar headquarters of MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH. The MBST magnetic resonance therapy system has already been successfully used for almost ten years in many Turkish treatment centers – among others in Istanbul, Ankara and Kocasinan.

Due to the constantly growing demand, it is planned to significantly expand the number of MBST treatment centers. In this context, the focus of the visit was set on the latest MBST therapy devices of the SPIN·SYSTEMS device generation, as these cover a significantly broader range of indications.

MBST therapy for the non-drug treatment of osteomalacia, osteopenia and osteoporosis

Guido Finkes and Ilker Hasa
Guido Finkes, Ilker Hasa

According to the master licence partner, many Turkish women suffer – partly for cultural reasons – from low vitamin D levels, which correlate significantly with bone and muscle pain. A reduced bone density, as found in osteomalacia and osteoporosis, is associated with an increased risk of bone fractures as well as higher rates of morbidity and mortality. The Turkish MBST user therefore aims to establish MBST centres with a focus on osteomalacia, osteopenia and osteoporosis treatment throughout the country. The osteoprotective approach of MBST magnetic resonance technology was is therefore of particular interest because many patients suffer from the sometimes severe gastrointestinal side effects of conventional drug therapies.

MBST for treatment of osteoporosis · Scientific data

Scientific data from patients shows demonstrable increases in bone density and also in the bone structure parameter osteocalcin after MBST magnetic resonance therapy.

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MBST at DKOU in Berlin

Not only the numerous lectures, workshops and panels offer interesting information for orthopaedics and trauma surgeons around the world, the accompanying exhibition also present innovative therapy options for the daily practice, among others the MBST magnetic resonance therapy that is used for the treatment of various, common conditions of the musculoskeletal system.

Modern treatment methods for orthopaedics and trauma surgery

Patients trust their doctors to help them with competence, benevolence and a responsible handling of medical progress. Unfortunately, these basic medical values are impeded in everyday practice by an increasing economic pressure and lack of staff. Today, the German Congress of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (DKOU) started. Acting based on evidence and values, was chosen as this year’s slogan, to provide the patient with the best possible treatment despite difficult circumstances.

Biggest orthopaedic congress in Europe

In the last years, DKOU has become the biggest European congress for orthopaedics and trauma surgery. Nearly 12,000 doctors from 60 nations will meet in the halls of Fair Berlin for further training and discussions from October 22 to 25. 1,800 presentations of science and research are an attractive offer for the augmentation of knowledge and orientation.

MedTec DKOU 2019 Messestand

Presentation of innovative treatment options

At the accompanying exhibition, innovative medical technology and new therapy options for typical conditions in orthopaedics and trauma surgery are presented which can complement the range of therapies within a doctor’s practice with most modern treatments. MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH will show the newest therapy device generation with MBST magnetic resonance therapy at our stall: hall 4.2/09.

Multiple options of use in orthopaedics and trauma surgery

MBST magnetic resonance therapy is a therapeutical development from magnetic spin technology that is also used in MRI for diagnostic purposes. It is used globally by doctors in certified MBST treatment centres such as practices, hospitals, clinics and universities. Especially the widespread diseases osteoarthritis, osteoporosis and disc complaints are treated, but increasingly also injuries of muscles, ligaments and tendons as well as wound healing disorders. MBST is a safe, painfree and non-invasive treatment that does not need surgery, injections and drugs. In more than 20 years of use, more than 1 million hours of therapy have been applicated with MBST. Until now, no side-effects or interactions have become known. Detailed information about the therapy, the active principle and the possible indications can be found on our website: www. mbst.de.

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MBST at Dubai Artificial Intelligence in Sports Congress

Medical technology made in Germany: Successful presentation of innovative MBST magnetic resonance therapy of Wetzlar-based company MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH at the DAIS Conference and Exhibition in Dubai.

Modern treatment methods for a modern professional sport

In professional sports, it is important to consider the rising demands of the audience and suppport the athletes in their ability to fulfill the constantly increasing athletic requirements. Modern treatment methods to reduce downtimes of valuable players due to injuries are very important. The worldwide first conference about the integration of Artificial Intelligence in Sports took place last week in Dubai.

First conference worldwide about use of AI in sports in Dubai

MBST Messestand auf der Artificial Intelligence in SportsThe Dubai Sports Council is a forerunner in the promotion of newest scientific developments in the field of sports. On October 14–15, 2019, the DSC organised the first Dubai Artificial Intelligence in Sports Conference and Exhibition in the Dubai World Trade Center that focused on technologies and organisations who will shape the future of sports with their use of most modern technology and AI.

International exchange of knowledge at conference and exhibition

For two days, participants from all over the world could get informed about future-oriented technologies in lectures, panels and workshops. Speakers include besides scientists also famous athletes like Zinedine Zidane, Mika Häkkinen and Stephane Houdet. At the exhibition that accompanied the conference, MBST magnetic resonance therapy aroused great interest.

Multiple options of use in professional sports

MBST Messestand auf der Artificial Intelligence in SportsMBST magnetic resonance therapy is a therapeutical development from magnetic spin technology that is also used in MRI for diagnostic purposes. In addition to degenerative diseases like osteoarthritis, osteoporosis and disc complaints, injuries of muscles, ligaments and tendons as well as wound healing disorders are treated more and more often. Different athletes, from soccer to athletics, from volleyball and fist ball to tournament dancing, have tried the MBST magnetic resonance therapy for treatment of injuries on muscles, tendons, ligaments and bones. They include for instance Philipp Weber, Alina Reh, Manuel Eitel, Peter Strosack, Niko Bungert and Maraike Biglmaier. Treated injuries were among others bone bruises (bone marrow edema), stress fractures, tendon complaints, cartilage defects and jumper’s knee.

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MBST Kernspin·VET·Therapy in new veterinary standard work

At the opening of the joint conference of VEPRA and ECVSMR last weekend, the new standard work on veterinary medicine: “Essential Facts of Physical Medicine, Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine in Companion Animals” was presented. It contains a complete chapter on MBST Kernspin·VET·Therapy.

New further training opportunity for veterinary sports and rehabilitation medicine

Sports medicine and rehabilitation are becoming increasingly important in veterinary medicine. This is reflected in the opening of the European College for Sportsmedicine and Rehabilitation at Vetmeduni Vienna, one of Europe‘s leading veterinary, academic and research institutions. Sports medicine and rehabilitation in veterinary medicine has a multidisciplinary approach and also includes multimodal treatment concepts and, above all, preventive therapy approaches. This also includes MBST Kernspin·VET·Therapy, which is used at Vetmeduni Vienna.

World leaders in veterinary rehabilitation and sports medicine meet in Gent/Belgium

MBST VET Therapiegerät PET SPIN STATIONOne of the highlight of this “summit meeting”, is the presentation of the eagerly awaited new interactive standard work “Essential Facts of Physical Medicine, Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine in Companion Animals” by the Veterinary Academy of Higher Learning (VAHL).

The book convinces with its factual style and over 700 illustrations and 168 instructional videos, accessible via QR codes. Publisher Dr. Beate Egner brought together 31 leading experts from around the world for the book presentation and presented it in the festive atmosphere of Gravensteen Castle. In this context, the world novelty MBST Kernspin·VET therapy device “PET·SPIN·STATION” was presented to the expert audience. “We have first leads that we will be able to initiate cartilage regeneration with Kernspin·VET·Therapy to an extent that we had previously considered impossible, and that not invasively,” said Dr. Egner. Detailed information on the MBST magnetic resonance technology as well as the mechanisms of action and study results are given in Chapter 18.

MBST PET·SPIN·STATION for canine and feline patients

The therapy device developed for the whole body treatment of animal patients of almost any age and any height allows the gentle and unsedated treatment of a multitude of degenerative diseases and injuries of the canine and feline locomotor and supporting apparatus. It is also used to treat bone metabolism disorders, wound healing disorders and to accelerate healing processes. This makes it an optimal supplement in veterinary practice for post-surgical, post-stationary as well as rehabilitation-accompanying treatment strategies of the musculoskeletal system.

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New study: Patients with osteoarthritis die younger

In Sweden, a study was recently published in which data from almost 470,000 people were analysed. The results showed an increased mortality rate in patients with osteoarthritis compared to the rest of the population. The difference was particularly striking in patients suffering from knee osteoarthritis. The researchers suspect the pain caused by osteoarthritis as a possible cause, which leads to a lack of exercise.

Analysis of health-related data of almost 30,000 patients with osteoarthritis

It has been discussed controversially in recent years whether joint arthrosis does not only cause pain and limitations, but also increases mortality. A group of researchers from the Swedish University in Lund has conducted a large-scale study on this question. The health-related data of residents aged between 45 and 84 in the Skåne region were analysed over a period of ten years. Of the 469,152 residents in this age group, 29,189 were diagnosed with osteoarthritis. The researchers compared the mortality rate per 1,000 persons of people without osteoarthritis with those suffering from knee, hip, hand or other osteoarthritis.

Increased risk of cardiovascular disease

Further research about the reasons for this significantly higher mortality rate is needed. Martin Englund from the University of Lund in Sweden, the author of the study, suspects that one possible cause is that the vascular system is afflicted by chronic inflammatory processes. Another possible explanation might be that people affected exercise significantly less than healthy people. Englund: "This creates a risk of weight gain, which, as we know, can lead to secondary diseases such as cardiovascular diseases."

Lack of exercise and inflammation may be possible causes

Further research about the reasons for this significantly higher mortality rate is needed. Martin Englund from the University of Lund in Sweden, the author of the study, suspects that one possible cause is that the vascular system is afflicted by chronic inflammatory processes. Another possible explanation might be that people affected exercise significantly less than healthy people. Englund: "This creates a risk of weight gain, which, as we know, can lead to secondary diseases such as cardiovascular diseases."

Less pain and increased mobility by suitable osteoarthritis therapy

Since physical activity in arthrosis patients is typically accompanied by sometimes severe pain, many patients avoid movement as much as possible. Especially in the case of knee and hip arthrosis, which showed the highest mortality rate in the study, the walking distance is often severely restricted and sport is usually impossible. By enabling more activity, therapy options for osteoarthritis such as the MBST magnetic resonance therapy, which reduce the pain and may lead to increased physical activity, might even have another benefit for the patients besides an improved quality of life.

References:
Dr. S. Reinberger (2019): Arthrose geht mit einem erhöhten Risiko für kardiovaskuläre Erkrankungen einher. 
 https://www.univadis.de/
A. Turkiewicz et al. (2019): Cause-specific mortality in osteoarthritis of peripheral joints. Osteoarthr. Cartil. 27(6): 848–854. doi: 10.1016/j.joca.2019.02.793. PMID: 30797945

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MBST supports Trier soccer player Branscheid

Team doctor Dr. med. Peter Krapf uses most modern treatments for the players of Eintracht Trier to keep downtimes as short as possible. Among others, this is the MBST magnetic resonance therapy that was for instance used in the treatment of goalgetter Jan Branscheid.

Theapeutic approach: biophysical cell stimulation

MBST magnetic resonance therapy has not only proven itself in the treatment of degenerative diseases of the musculoskeletal system like osteoarthritis and osteoporosis. With its therapeutic approach of biophysical cell stimulation it is also used increasingly in professional sports – also preventive and postsurgical. The aim of the metabolic stimulation is then the acceleration of the healing process in order to reduce the necessary downtime. Scientific data suggests that MBST magnetic resonance technology stimulates various biophysical processes and triggers anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effects (Steinecker-Frohnwieser et al. 2014, Journal of Orthopedics and Rheumatology 9/2014).

Supporting the healing process in case of injuries

These days, MBST magnetic resonance therapy is used in the treatment of Jan Branscheid in the attempt to keep the striker’s injury-related pause after suffering a rupture of a bundle of muscles during training as short as possible. The treatment is done in the practice of Dr. med. Peter Krapf in Trier who has long experience in the application of therapeutic magnetic resonance for professional athletes. "The therapy often has fast and sustainable results while also being gentle on the patient and free of side-effects. That is a unique advantage", SVE team doctor sums up that modern therapy option.

Multiple options for use in professional sports

Different athletes, from soccer to athletics, from volleyball and fist ball to tournament dancing, have tried the MBST magnetic resonance therapy for treatment of injuries on muscles, tendons, ligaments and bones. They include for instance Philipp Weber, Alina Reh, Manuel Eitel, Peter Strosack, Niko Bungert and Maraike Biglmaier. Treated injures were among others bone bruises (bone marrow edema), stress fractures, tendon complaints, cartilage defects and jumper’s knee.

We wish a speedy and sustainable recovery to Jan Branscheid as well.

Reference:  Website of Eintracht Trier

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MBST supports Leipzig handball players Janke and Gebala

The list of injured players is long for the team of handball premier league club SC DHfK Leipzig during the ongoing test phase. Head coach André Haber has to do without Maximilian Janke and Maciej Gebala among others. The medical department relies on most modern techniques in the intensive rehabilitation programme to keep the downtimes of the players as short as possible. Among others, MBST magnetic resonance therapy is used.

Therapeutic approach: biophysical cell stimulation

MBST magnetic resonance therapy has not only proven itself in the treatment of degenerative diseases of the musculoskeletal system like osteoarthritis and osteoporosis. With its therapeutic approach of biophysical cell stimulation it is also used increasingly in professional sports – also preventive and postsurgical. The aim of the metabolic stimulation is then the acceleration of the healing process in order to reduce the necessary downtime. Scientific data suggests that MBST magnetic resonance technology stimulates various biophysical processes and triggers anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effects (Steinecker-Frohnwieser et al. 2014, Journal of Orthopedics and Rheumatology 9/2014).

Supporting the healing process in case of injuries

These days, MBST magnetic resonance therapy is used in the treatment of 2 first-team regulars. Maximilian Janke is treated for a strain of the shoulder joint that he suffered in the test match against Aue. In the case of Maciej Gebala, therapeutic aim is the postsurgical acceleration of healing after the second operation due to a persisting finger injury on his throwing hand. Treatment is applicated in Dr. med. René Toussaint’s Praxis für Orthopädie und Sportmedizin am Brühl who has yearlong experience in the treatment of professional athletes with therapeutic magnetic resonance.

Multiple options for use in professional sports

Different athletes, from soccer to athletics, from volleyball and fist ball to tournament dancing, have tried the MBST magnetic resonance therapy for treatment of injuries on muscles, tendons, ligaments and bones. They include for instance Philipp Weber, Alina Reh, Manuel Eitel, Peter Strosack, Niko Bungert and Maraike Biglmaier. Treated injures were among others bone bruises (bone marrow edema), stress fractures, tendon complaints, cartilage defects and jumper’s knee.

We hope that Maximilian Janke and Maciej Gebala will also recover fast and sustainably.

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MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH wins German Brand Award

The brand MBST is one of the best in Germany’s brand and company environment

At the German Brand Award ceremony in Berlin on June 6, 2019, MBST magnetic resonance therapy won the category “Health & Pharamceuticals” and was awarded with a “Special Mention” in the category “Product Brand of the Year”. The CMO · Sales & Marketing Director Guido Finkes accepted the awards on behalf of the entire MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH team.

German Brand Award 2019 · Germany’s strongest brands

The initiator of the German Brand Award is the Rat für Formgebung (German Design Council), which was founded in 1953 on the initiative of the German Bundestag and donated by the Federation of German Industries. The winners are selected by an independent and top-class jury of experts from business and science. The Wetzlar-based company, which has received many awards, has once again shown that MBST magnetic resonance therapy is in a class of its own. In 2014, 2016 and 2018, MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH was already the TOP 100 top innovator of German SMEs. Furthermore, in 2018 it was honoured as FOCUS Growth Champion, Hessen Champion and with the Health Media Award nomination.

“We are delighted about this renewed award, which independently confirms that MBST is not only a unique technology, but has also build up an outstanding position in medical technology,” says Sales & Marketing Director Guido Finkes.

“The award is a great honor for our company and our employees, as all measures related to the successful MBST brand are realized exclusively internally in a highly motivated team. We regard the award as confirmation and recognition that our communication is perceived both by customers, patients and medical experts,” says Axel Muntermann, Managing Director of MedTec.

The MBST magnetic resonance technology is a therapeutic development from magnetic resonance technology, which is also used in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for diagnostic purposes. It is used internationally by physicians in certified MBST treatment centres such as practices, hospitals, clinics and universities. The main diseases treated here are osteoarthritis, osteoporosis and intervertebral disc complaints, as well as always more often injuries to muscles, ligaments and tendons and wound healing disorders. MBST is a safe, modern, pain-free, non-invasive treatment option that does not require surgery, injections or medication. In more than 20 years, MBST has been used for more than one million hours of treatment. So far, no side effects or interactions have become known. Detailed information on the therapy, the mechanisms of action and the areas of application can be found at: www.mbst.de.

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Internationally renowned doctors and scientists participate in the 2nd Wetzlar Medical Symposium about MBST magnetic resonance therapy

The 2nd Wetzlar Medical Symposium will take place on March 23, 2019 at the arcona Living Ernst Leitz Hotel. Topic of this year’s event is "New conservative concepts for the treatment of osteoarthritis, cartilage defects, osteoporosis and other diseases and injuries of the musculoskeletal system". More than 150 doctors and scientists from the whole world have enrolled.

Degenerative diseases are on the rise

Due to medical progress, we are able to reach higher age much more often. But that also increases the risk of degenerative diseases like osteoarthritis and osteoporosis. In order to enjoy their longer time of living with as little pain as possible and keeping their self-sufficiency, many people need medical help. Modern medicine offers various treatment options for degenerative diseases. More and more patients especially ask for non-surgical therapies with few side effects.

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Renowned speakers report directly from the practice

The various lectures will be held by renowned national and international experts. Focus of the event is the practical application of MBST magnetic resonance therapy that is used in inpatient and outpatient treatment, postsurgical, post-inpatient and rehabilitation-accompanying by doctors worldwide. Not only scientists but also orthopaedists and experts in sports medicine will present the multiple treatment options and successful concepts of therapy.

Worldwide interest in the patented MBST magnetic resonance therapy system from Wetzlar

Doctors, therapists and scientists from 20 nations have enrolled to discuss the application of therapeutically used MBST magnetic resonance therapy and get to know the latest therapy device generation, the MBST SPIN·SYSTEMS.

Organiser

Organiser of the event is the Wetzlar-based company MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH that has been awarded several times for its innovative medical technology and is already nominated for the German Brand Award 2019 in the category Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals.

Medical staff or journalists interested in the event are welcome to register until Thursday, March 21, 2019: phone: 0049 (0) 6441 679 18 29 – the number of participants is limited.

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Information event about the non-surgical therapy of osteoarthritis and others

Treatment options for joint problems that may help to prevent surgery and pain killers are increasingly sought by those affected. The Orthopaedicum Paderborn of Dres. Heyn, Porsch, Wandt and Stratmann offers a treatment that completely meets these requirements: MBST magnetic resonance therapy.

Degenerative diseases are on the rise

Due to medical progress, we are able to reach higher age much more often. But that also increases the risk of degenerative diseases like osteoarthritis and osteoporosis. In order to enjoy their longer time of living with as little pain as possible and keeping their self-sufficiency, many people need medical help. Modern medicine offers various treatment options for degenerative diseases. More and more patients especially ask for non-surgical therapies with few side effects.

Arthro Spin Flex MBST Therapiegeraet

Therapeutically used magnetic resonance technology

The MBST magnetic resonance therapy is a therapeutical development from the technology that is known from MRI. MBST doesn’t serve diagnostic purposes but uses magnetic resonance for the biophysical stimulation of specific cells. Scientific data suggests that the pain-free and silent MBST magnetic resonance technology may stimulate various biophysical processes in the treated tissue that partly persist for several years. Successfully treated patients report that surgery could be prevented and pain was reduced up to complete freedom of pain.

MBST in professional sports

MBST magnetic resonance therapy has not only proven itself in the treatment of degenerative diseases of the musculoskeletal system like osteoarthritis and osteoporosis. With its therapeutic approach of biophysical cell stimulation it is also used increasingly in professional sports – also preventive and postsurgical. The aim of the metabolic stimulation is then the acceleration of the healing process in order to reduce the necessary downtime. Recently, professional soccer player Philipp Klement of SC Paderborn 07 was treated with MBST for a structural muscle injury.

Free information event for affected persons on March 13, 2019 · Guest: Philipp Klement (SC Paderborn 07)

At the free information event, interested patients get information about osteoarthritis, disk complaints, pain and also MBST magnetic resonance therapy. The lecture will take place on Wednesday, March 13, 2019 at 6pm at the Welcome Hotel, Fürstenweg 13, 33102 Paderborn, Germany. Soccerplayer Philipp Klement will be present and talk about the MBST treatment he just completed.

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German Brand Award nomination for MBST magnetic resonance therapy

The brand MBST has the potential to be one of the best in Germany’s brand and company environment

MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH today received the exclusive nomination by the German Brand Institute and the Rat für Formgebung German Design Council as "Excellent in Brands". Therefore, MBST is nominated for exemplary brand leading at the "German Brand Award 2019".

A prerequisite for partaking in the German Brand Award competition is the nomination by the German Brand Institute, its brand scouts and bodies of experts, thereby guaranteeing the high quality of the award. MBST is a strong brand. According to the criteria of the German Brand Award MBST shows a distinctiveness and differentiates successfully from its competitors.

German Brand Award Nominee Medtec

"We are very happy about this nomination as it shows from an independent side that we are on the right track with the direction we are taking with our brand MBST. A strong brand is fundamentally important for the success of our company", says CMO · Sales & Marketing Director Guido Finkes.

The success of the brand MBST is based on a strong brand personality. MBST is not only a unique technology but has also build up an own identity in the field of medical technology from the beginnings.

MBST technology is a therapeutic development from magnetic resonance technology that is also used for diagnostic purposes in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Based on that, MBST magnetic resonance therapy devices were developed that use the same physical principle as the MRI devices and are operated successfully around the globe. There are no comparative competitive products, only other kinds of therapies that are used for the treatment of the same indications exist. Other than those, MBST magnetic resonance therapy is non-invasive and without surgery, syringes, infusions or infiltrations. So all risks attached as well as postsurgical pains do not apply.

The German Brand Award is a competition of the German Brand Institute. With the German Brand Award, the Institute awards of the most important German brand prizes. It discovers, awards prizes and presents unique brands and brand makers. Last year’s winners included DFL Deutsche Fußball Liga, Famigros, Lufthansa AG, MediaMarkt and Schwarzkopf. “The award is a great honor for our company and our employees, as all measures related to the successful MBST brand are realized exclusively internally in a highly motivated team. We regard the award as confirmation and recognition that our communication is perceived both by customers, patients and medical experts,” says Axel Muntermann, Managing Director of MedTec.

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MBST magnetic resonance therapy at the Annual Meeting of Handball Doctors in Wuerzburg

While the handball world championship is on, the annual meeting of German handball doctors takes place in Wuerzburg on Friday and Saturday, January 25 to 26, 2019. The focus is on (handball specific) medical further training as well as on personal contact between the participants to increase and intensify the handball network. Physiotherapists, trainers, sports scientists and handball fans are of course just as welcome as doctors. Heads of scienitifc lead are Dr. med. Jürgen Bentzin, Dr. med. Kai Fehske, Dr. med. Christoph Lukas and Dr. med. René Toussaint.

Presentation of innovative technology

Arthro Spin Lift MBST Therapiegeraet

The association "Handballärzte Deutschland e.V." [handball doctors in Germany] was founded in the year 2007 by that time’s team doctors of the national handball team during the handball world championship in Berlin. The maintenance of personal contacts between the team doctors of the handball leagues is one of the association’s most important aims as this simplifies cooperation. The annual meeting when doctors and sports physiotherapists of the handball leagues meet for topics around important questions of handball routines as well as academic lectures and intensive exchange of experiences is always a highlight. "Handballärzte Deutschland e. V." represents the interests of the responsible medical departments of the teams and considerably supports maintenance of handball player’s health.

Arthro Spin Flex MBST Therapiegeraet

At the accompanying exhibition, MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH will present the newest generation of MBST magnetic resonance therapy devices as well as treatment options in professional and leisure sports. MBST magnetic resonance therapy is a therapeutic development of magnetic resonance technology that is known from MRI. MBST is not diagnostical but uses magnetic resonance to biophysically stimulate specific cells. The MBST therapy is used in professional sports with the aim of reducing downtimes and preventing relapses. Some of the players who are doing a great job at competing for Germany at the moment have already been treated successfully with MBST magnetic resonance therapy.

Lecture about therapeutic magnetic resonance

On Friday afternoon, successful treatments with MBST magnetic resonance therapy are presented in a lecture by Dr. Christoph Buck. Dr. Buck specialises in orthopaedics, traumatology and sports medicine and works in own practice in Ulm. He is team doctor of the German national team athletics, SSV Ulm (soccer first leagues), VfB Stuttgart (soccer) and ratiopharm Ulm (basketball first leagues) among others.

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MBST magnetic resonance therapy at the Tag der Privatmedizin in Frankfurt

The Tag der Privatmedizin (Day of private practice medicine) will again take place on November 24, 2019 in Frankfurt. The historical buildings of Campus Westend at the Goethe University are a fitting frame for the academic event with practice relevant impulses and innovations for therapy, diagnostics and practice management. Well-known speakers discuss current organisational and practice-relevant topics.

Presentation of innovative Technology

Arthro Spin Lift MBST Therapiegeraet

In addition to imparting information for doctors who are interested in private practices, the Tag der Privatmedizin also presents innovative medical methods that can be used directly in the practice. Because the range of therapy options that might help patients with different diseases offers a lot more than what public health insurances pay for. Companies from the fields of pharmaceutics, medical technology and practice services present new therapeutic and diagnostic methods in the innovative forum. In this context, MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH will exhibit the latest generation of devices for the therapeutic use of magnetic resonance.

Arthro Spin Flex MBST Therapiegeraet

Therapeutically used magnetic resonance technology

MBST magnetic resonance therapy is a therapeutical development from the technology that is known from MRI. MBST is not used for diagnostic purposes however, but to biophysically stimulate specific cells. Scientific data suggests that the pain-free and silent MBST therapy may simulate various biophysical processes that could even be verified years after the therapy. Successully treated patients report that surgery could be prevented and pain was reduced or even disappeared.

Workshop about therapeutic magnetic resonance

The afternoon programme includes the workshop Molecular Biophysical Stimulation in conservative orthopaedics. Speaker is Matthias W. Hoetzel, specialist for general medicine, emergency medicine and Senior racing doctor (DMSB), who has used the MBST therapy in his practice in Montabaur for some years. Focus of this medical workshop are causal therapy approaches in the treatment of degenerative diseases of the musculoskeletal system as well as regenerative and symptomatic therapy approaches in the treatment of injuries of the locomotor apparatus – outpatient, postinpatient, postsurgical and rehabilitation accompanying.

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MBST therapy supports winner of gold medals Diana Dadzite

Diana Dadzite is professional athlete to the core. She plays wheelchair basketball in the German premier league at the Dolphins Trier and is also competing in shot-put, discus and javelin throw. At the Paralympics 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, she was flagbearer of the Latvian team at the opening ceremony and won the gold medal in javelin throwing. Dadzite suffers from a left-sided paraparesis with spina bifida and status post fracture of the 12th thoracic vertebra. Since a car crash in 2012, she is dependent on the wheelchair.

Anamnesis

In spring 2017, Diana Dazite suffered from a pain in the wrist of her right throwing hand. The complaints had been present for some weeks but no apparent cause could be found. She was just preparing for paralympic track-and-field world championship. in London but the pain prevented her training so that her appearance was in danger. Physiotherapy of physical therapy, drugs, bandages and swelling-reducing treatments didn’t cause the hoped-for result.

Diagnosis

Clinical examinations showed that the mobility of the right wrist was restricted and painful. X-ray of hand and wrist was normal. An MRI scan showed a bone bruise of the elbow bone of the forearm with an effusion and an accumulation of liquid in the tissue.

Therapy

A medicinal therapy with NSAR, drugs to inhibit pain and inflammation, as well as physical treatment and physiotherapy and a bandage were applicated but there was no improvement.

MBST magnetic resonance therapy

In February 2017, she started with an MBST magnetic resonance therapy that the treating physician recommended because it has been used in similar cases with very good results. MBST therapy was again successful. Dadzite’s pain disappeared and she was able to participate at the paralympic track-and-field world championship in July 2017 where she won 3 gold medals, even with new world record in javelin throw.

Sustainable effect

She still has no problems with her throwing hand. The complaints did not return even during the stress of competition after the successful MBST therapy. At the paralympic track-and-field European championship in Berlin in August 2018 the exceptionally talented Latvian won gold medals in her specialty disciplines again. We are glad that our MBST magnetic resonance therapy was able to help her so well and sustainably and wish her all the best for the future.

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MedTec Medizintechnik awarded as finalist of the Hessen Champions competition

Hessia has chosen its most successful enterprises as "Hessen Champions" 2018. This year, MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH has ranked among the 3 best companies in the category world market leader. CEO Axel Muntermann was presented with the award by Hessian minister of economy Tarek Al-Wazir at the 27th Hessischer Unternehmertag yesterday.

The competition

"Hessen Champions", the innovation and growth award of Hessia, searches for companies with innovative ideas, products or methods, those that are world wide top-ranking in their industry or have generated an above-average amount of jobs in Hessia regarding their their size. Companies that are responsible for Hessia being so successful also in international competition.

Award ceremony on October 30, 2018

The winners were presented last night, October 30, 2018, at the 27th Hessischer Unternehmertag®. Keynote speakers were Hessian First Minister Volker Bouffier, Minister of Economics Tarek Al-Wazir and Dr. Theodor Weimer, the chairman of the Deutsche Börse AG who talked about situation and position of Hessian entreprises and they found words of praise: "Hessia’s companies are innovative and internationally successful", says Minister of Economics Tarek Al-Wazir. "This is especially true for the large number of small and medium-sized companies that are not known to a wider public. They are the ones whose achievements we want to put into the limelight with the Hessen Champions competition."

9 finalists out of 61 participants

At the award ceremony in the beautiful ambiente of the Fjodor Dostojewski saloon at the Kurhaus Wiesbaden, Tarek Al-Wazir, patron of the competition Hessen Champions, congratulated Axel Muntermann, founder and CEO of MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH, on the impressive result and presented him with certificate and award. With this, MedTec has shown that the company and the MBST magnetic resonance therapy have received the most important prizes of German SMEs this year: after the 3rd award as TOP 100 top innovator 2014, 2016 und 2018, FOCUS Wachstumschampion 2018 and finalist of the Health Media Award 2018 another award now as finalist of the category world market leader of the Hessen Champions.

"All participants and especially the 9 finalists are winners. After all, they were able to hold their ground in a field of exceptional candidates", says HTAI CEO Dr. Rainer Waldschmidt on behalf of the jury.

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MedTec Medizintechnik is in the finale of Hessen Champions as world market leader

Hessia seeks its most successul entreprises and awards the "Hessen Champions". This year, MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH from Wetzlar is not only one of the best 61 companies but was so convincing that the top-class jury ranked it in the top 3 of the category world market leader. Now patience is required until the festive award ceremony at the Wiesbaden Kurhaus on October 30, 2018, where the final ranking is announced.

The competition

"Hessen Champions", the innovation and growth prize of the region Hessia is presented in different categories. It searches for companies with innovative ideas, products or methods who are world market leaders in their industry or who have generated an above-average number of jobs in Hessia proportional to their size. Companies that ensure that Hessen also plays a leading role in international competition. Another distinction for the Wetzlar-based company after the 3rd time of being TOP 100 Top-Innovator in 2014, 2016 and 2018, the FOCUS Wachstumschampion 2018 and finalist at the Health Media Award 2018.

Auszeichnung Finalist Hessen Champion 2018 / Kategorie Weltmarkführer

9 finalists out of 61 participants

The jury with experts from economy, politics and media has chosen 9 finalists out of a total of 61 candidates this year. These 9 were given the opportunity to present their company and answer the questions of the jury in the second round at the headquarters of the Wirtschafts- und Infrastrukturbank Hessen in Wiesbaden on September 28, 2018.

"The 9 finalists are already winners because they were able to prevail in that hard competetive environment of exceptional participants", says Jürgen Zabel, CEO of Mittelständische Beteiligungsgesellschaft Hessen mbH.

Award ceremony on October 30, 2018

The final ranking will be announced at the 27th Hessischer Unternehmertag® on October 30, 2018. First Minister Volker Bouffier, Minister of Economics Tarek Al-Wazir and President of the VhU Wolf Matthias Mang will honour the winners in front of more than 1,000 guests at the Wiesbaden Kurhaus. A focus of the event is "Hessia, financial centre of Germany and the German Stock Exchange – a successful partnership for Europe?". Key note speakers will be Dr. Theodor Weimer, chairman of Deutsche Börse AG, and Hessian First Minister Volker Bouffier. Patron of the competition "Hessen Champions" is Tarek Al-Wazir, Hessian Minister of Economics, Energy, Transport and Housing. 19 years of "Hessen Champions", an impressive Hall of Fame and a great line-up of participants show that Hessia is a region of entrepreneurial champions, of world market leaders, job engines and innovators.

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MedTec Medizintechnik awarded as TOP 100 Top-Innovator for the third time

MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH remains the title holder and will be awarded with the TOP 100 quality mark for the third time in 2018. This is an extraordinary achievement. Following the awarding in 2014 and 2016, the Wetzlar-based company was able to convince the jury with its innovations once again. Sales & Marketing Director Guido Finkes and Marketing & Press Consultant Caroline Ebinger were presented with the coveted award by Ranga Yogeshwar on behalf of the entire company.

TOP 100 - top innovator

On June 29, 2018 the time had come again: MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH from Wetzlar was awarded with the TOP 100 award for the third time by award mentor Ranga Yogeshwar at the ceremony in Ludwigsburg that is part of the 5th German SME Summit. Innovation leader of German small and medium-sized enterprises Already for the 25th time, the TOP 100 competition has crowned the most innovative companies in the German SME sector. This year, MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH, the manufacturer and developer of MBST magnetic resonance therapy, is once again one of these innovation leaders. This is the third time that MedTec has made the leap into this innovation elite. In an independent selection process, the company could make an impression with its innovative success. Thanks to its own research and feedback from medical users and patients, MedTec is constantly discovering new fields of action for the MBST therapy system. New therapeutic devices are constantly being developed and the range of indications is growing.

MBST - Innovative medical technology for non-invasive stimulation of regenerative processes

MBST magnetic resonance therapy is a therapeutic development of the technology known from magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). However, MBST is not used for diagnostic purposes, but aims to use the effect of magnetic resonance to biophysically stimulate specific cells. Scientific data show that repair or regeneration processes can be triggered in the tissues treated in this way. In many cases, surgical interventions can be avoided and pain can be reduced up to painlessness. As a result, many patients report an improved quality of life. MBST therapy is currently successfully used in the treatment of degenerative diseases of the musculoskeletal system such as osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, injuries to muscles, ligaments and tendons, bone metabolic disorders and wound healing problems - both preventively, postsurgically and accompanying rehabilitation.

Axel Muntermann, founder and CEO of MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH: „We are proud that not only we are once again among the TOP 100 innovators in Germany, but also that we have managed to further improve our innovation and progress record of recent years. We will do everything we can to continue in this way: for the doctors and patients who rely on our unique and innovative medical technology“.

 

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MBST supports Leipzig handball players Janke and Rojewski

Handball premier league club SC DHfK Leipzig has to do without Maximilian Janke and Andreas Rojewski in the last 2 matches of the season due to injuries. The medical department uses most modern technology in the intensive rehabilitation programme to keep the downtimes as short as possible. Among others, MBST magnetic resonance therapy is used.

Therapeutic approach: Biophysical stimulation

MBST has not only proven itself in the treatment of degenerative diseases of the musculoskeletal system such as osteoarthritis and osteoporosis. With its therapeutic approach of biophysical cell stimulation, it is also used increasingly in professional sports – also preventive and postsurgical. The aim of the metabolic stimulation is then the acceleration of the healing process in order to reduce the necessary downtime. Scientific data suggests that MBST magnetic resonance technology stimulates various biophysical processes and triggers anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effects (Steinecker-Frohnwieser et al. 2014, Journal of Orthopedics and Rheumatology 9/2014).

Supporting healing up of injuries

At the moment, MBST magnetic resonance with the regenerative approach is used in the treatment of 2 regular players of SC DHfK Leipzig. Maximilian Janke is treated for intraarticular ligament lesion and bone bruise of the knee that he suffered at the last weekend in the match against HSG Wetzlar. In the case of Andreas Rojewski, a cartilage defect is treated. Treatment is applicated in Dr. med. René Toussaint’s Praxis für Orthopädie und Sportmedizin am Brühl who has yearlong experience in the treatment of professional athletes with therapeutic magnetic resonance.

Multiple options for use in professional sports

Different athletes, from soccer to athletics, from volleyball and fist ball to tournament dancing, have tried the MBST magnetic resonance therapy for treatment of injuries on muscles, tendons, ligaments and bones. They include for instance Philipp Weber, Alina Reh, Manuel Eitel, Peter Strosack, Niko Bungert and Maraike Biglmaier. Treated injures were among others bone bruises (bone marrow edema), stress fractures, tendon complaints, cartilage defects and jumper’s knee.

We hope that Maximilian Janke and Andreas Rojewski will also recover fast and sustainably.

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Mayor of Wetzlar Semler visits MedTec

The Mayor of Wetzlar Harald Semler visited the headquarters of MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH today. He was accompanied by Rainer Dietrich of the office of economic development. Founder and president Axel Muntermann and Sales & Marketing Director Guido Finkes informed the city’s representatives about the basics of the technoloy and active principle of the MBST therapy system that MedTec has developed.

MBST therapy for the non-invasive stimulation of regenerative processes

MBST magnetic resonance therapy is a therapeutic development from the technology that is known from MRI. But MBST is not used for diagnostic purposes but uses the effect of magnetic resonance to biophysically stimulate specific cells. Scientific data shows that the pain-free and silent MBST therapy can stimulate regenerative processes in the treated tissues that can even be noticeable after several years. Thus, surgery can be prevented in many cases and pain might be reduced up to complete disappearance. The MBST therapy has a causal approach in the treatment of degenerative diseases of the cartilage. That means it aims directly at the cause of the disease. In the treatment of injuries and other indications MBST is used for its anti-inflammatory, pain-relieving effects and to actively accelerate healing processes, also preventive, postsurgical and rehabilitation-accompanying.

Innovative hightech medical technology from Wetzlar

Development and production of the patented therapeutic technology is only done at the headquarters in Wetzlar. Today, the unique hightech therapy devices are used in more than 40 countries worldwide. MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH has repeatedly been awarded as TOP 100 · Top-Innovator of German SME’s for its innovation management and has also been nominated for the Health Media Award.

MBST in professional sports with the handball team of HSG Wetzlar

It is not widely known that MedTec also supports the premier league handballteam of HSG Wetzlar with its therapy devices. Philipp Poeter, the former player Philipp Weber and lately Alexander Herrmann were among those who profited from the regenerative approach of MBST therapy in the treatment of injuries.

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Innovative therapy option for treatment of osteoarthritis

About 12,4 million people in Germany are affected by the progressive wide-spread disease osteoarthritis.1 Many patients suffer from severe restrictions of their everyday life due to intense pain and disabilities. The wide-spread disease osteoarthritis is not only common among the older population but also younger people are affected more and more often. An innovative therapy approach can give hope to the patients who want to prevent an artificial joint.

Cartilage degeneration causes inflammation and pain

Osteoarthritis is characterised by a degeneration of the cartilage in the joint and growth on the bone surfaces. First symptoms are usually a feeling of stiffness and then pain, at first during movement, then permanently. Cold and damp weather as well as physical stress can increase the pain. Many therapy options often help only for a short time. Infusions or injections with pain killers, hyaluronic acid or other drugs shall alleviate the complaints. The disease itself, however, progresses even further. In the end, an operation may become necessary to replace the worn-out joint. For a long time, mechanical wearing and degeneration due to age were seen as the causes. Analyses show that there must also be other factors that contribute to the development of osteoarthritis. Newer studies indicate that molecular disorders in the cartilage cells might further the degeneration of cartilage in the joints.2 This is where an innovative German therapy method finds its starting point, aiming at the molecular processes within the cells. The MBST therapy not only aims at the regeneration of the cartilage and a reduction of the pain with an increased mobility but also tries to preserve the original joints and prevent surgical interventions. For this, MBST uses the physical effect of magnetic resonance that is also used in MRI.

Stimulation of regeneration of cartilage tissue

MRI stimulates hydrogen protons for diagnostic purposes. MBST uses the technology not to generate images but to transfer energy in a targeted way into damaged or diseased cells on a molecular level. The aim of this biophysical stimulation is triggering the body’s own repair mechanisms and regenerative processes.

Without injections, drugs or known side-effects

Scientific data shows that the MBST therapy stimulates the cellular metabolism among others3,4 which is important for the regeneration of cartilage. Newer studies show that the MBST magnetic resonance therapy even takes one more step.

MBST molecular biophysical and circadian stimulation

Every body cell has an internal clock. Research shows that displaced cell clocks can be recognized as one of the causes of osteoarthritis5. The misregulated cells that have lost their rhythm can no longer carry out important cartilage building processes. Studies6 have now shown that the cell clocks can be influenced by MBST, which enables readjustment. This not only leads to completely new therapeutic approaches in the treatment of osteoarthritis, but also for wound healing disorders, osteoporosis, intervertebral disc damage or back pain.

References: [1] DEGS: Studie zur Gesundheit Erwachsener in Deutschland. Basispublikation · [2] Echtermeyer et al. 2009, Nature Medicine, 15, 9, dx.doi.org/10.1038/nm.1998 · [3] Temiz Artmann et al. 2005, Methods and Findings in Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology, 27(6), 391–394 · [4] Melzer et al. 2003, Fachkrankenhaus für Orthopädie · [5] Gossan et al. 2015, Biogerontology, 16.2, 209–219 · [6] Egg et al. 2017, Universität Innsbruck, Institut für Zoologie

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MBST supports handball player Alexander Hermann

Alexander Hermann, defensive back of handball premier league team HSG Wetzlar, is out of action at the moment. The medical team uses most modern treatments in an intensive rehabilitaiton programme to keep Hermann’s downtime as short as possible. Among others, the MBST magnetic resonance therapy is applied.

Therapeutic approach: Biophysical cell stimulation

MBST magnetic resonance therapy has not only proven itself in the treatment of degenerative diseases of the musculoskeletal system like osteoarthritis and osteoporosis. With its therapeutic approach of biophysical cell stimulation it is also used increasingly in professional sports – also preventive and postsurgical. The aim of the metabolic stimulation is then the acceleration of the healing process in order to reduce the necessary downtime. Scientific data suggests that MBST magnetic resonance technology stimulates various biophysical processes and triggers anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effects (Steinecker-Frohnwieser et al. 2014, Journal of Orthopedics and Rheumatology 9/2014).

Support for healing process of bone marrow edema

These days, the regenerative approach of MBST magnetic resonance therapy is used in the treatment of HSG Wetzlar player Alexander Hermann. The Austrian national team player suffered a bone marrow edema in the knee during the European championship in Croatia. Hermann is treated with therapeutic magnetic resonance at the headquarter of MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH in Wetzlar for 1 hour daily, 9 days, to support and accelerate the healing process. "We are missing one of our key players of the first half of the season and one of our best goal-getters. Therefore, Alex’ fast return to training is very important for us. We are grateful to MedTec GmbH for the fast and uncomplicated help", says HSG managing director Björn Seipp.

Most modern therapy devices

Hermann is treated with the newest therapy unit of the Wetzlar-based company, ARTHRO·SPIN·LIFT, which has only been available since the end of last year and which has further optimized the magnetic resonance therapy concept that has proven itself in the last 20 years. The treatment is absolutely free of pain. "I don't feel anything", says Hermann. He hopes to be able to return to training in about 4 weeks. Until then the Austrian only has to take care to be on time and bring something to pass an hour!

Multiple options for use in professional sports

Different athletes, from soccer to athletics, from volleyball and fist ball to tournament dancing, have tried the MBST magnetic resonance therapy for treatment of injuries on muscles, tendons, ligaments and bones. They include for instance Philipp Weber, Alina Reh, Manuel Eitel, Peter Strosack, Niko Bungert and Maraike Biglmaier. Treated injures were among others bone bruises (bone marrow edema), stress fractures, tendon complaints, cartilage defects and jumper’s knee.

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Milestones of therapeutically used MBST magnetic resonance technology

The field of chronobiology has stepped into the focus of public interest with the awarding of this year’s Nobel Prize for medicine. This also confirms the most important research of MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH around those natural clock generators of our inner cell clocks. The technological advance of MBST magnetic resonance therapy is especially apparent in the therapy devices that have been delivered since the beginning of December, the first to have a direct effect on the cell clocks and therefore offer absolutely new treatment options for several diseases such as osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, and also postsurgical, postinjuries or for wound healing disorders.

MBST ARTHRO·SPIN·LIFT · The most recent development of the MBST SPIN·SYSTEMS therapy device generation

MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH has installed the first MBST ARTHRO·SPIN·LIFT therapy devices in medical practices in Germany since the beginning of December. The first patients are already being treated with those devices. It is especially noteworthy in ARTHRO·SPIN·LIFT that it contains technolocial parts that aim at an effect on the circadian rhythm of our cell clocks.

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MBST for the treatment of degenerative diseases and injuries

The MBST magnetic resonance therapy system ARTHRO·SPIN·LIFT has been developed for the pain and stress free treatment of degenerative diseases and injuries on arms and legs. Among many other indications, gonarthrosis, arthrosis of the wrist, tennis elbow and Osgood Schlatter disease have been treated with MBST therapy with very good results. Therapy aim is the restoration of functioning and capacity of the damaged tissue as well as the reduction of pain. Patients report about a decrease up to complete freedom of pain. Recently, the good therapy results in professional sports have hit headlines. Top athletes like Matt Siddall of the Dresdner Eislöwen were able to return to team training much earlier after injury-related downtimes.

Enhanced range of indications

The MBST therapy devices of the SPIN·SYSTEM series have enhanced the range of indications treatable with MBST magnetic resonance therapy. Based on latest research, these MBST therapy devices can also be used for the acceleration of healing processes and to reduce the consequences following surgical interventions. Hence, they offer completely new therapy options i. e. in the case of non-healing wounds or wound healing disorders that are a common problem for patients with diabetes.

Groundbreaking results in chronobiological research for MBST magnetic resonance therapy

Recent results of research activities show that the MBST magnetic resonance technology has a direct effect on misregulated inner cell clocks which offers a new mode of action in the treatment of different diseases. This way, the functions of cells in a state of inflammation may be influenced. In the case of osteoarthritis for example, MBST may effect mechanisms that are involved in stabilising the metabolism of cartilage cells which can slow down or stop cartilage degeneration. These new groundbreaking developments are applied for patent and show the uniqueness of MBST magnetic resonance therapy.

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MBST users are FOCUS TOP doctors

The magazines FOCUS and FOCUS-GESUNDHEIT annually publish a ranking of Germany’s leading medical experts. They list top doctors in their field of expertise as well as the leading specialists in a geographical area. In the top doctor list of 2017, 58 of those listed use MBST magnetic resonance in their practices. 3 of them are even awarded as Germany’s TOP doctors.

Finding help in the search for a doctor with the FOCUS medical rankings

Who is the best specialist for me? Who can I trust with my health complaints? For more than 20 years, the medical rankings of FOCUS and FOCUS-GESUNDHEIT have provided orientation and help in the search for the appropriate doctor. Their good reputation is based on the extensive research which includes recommendations by patients as well as by other doctors. In cooperation with the research institute MINQ for the list of top doctors and the Stiftung Gesundheit for the regional recommendations, doctors, senior physicians, head physicians, medical directors and medical experts are questioned about which are the colleagues they would consult themselves who convince with their qualification and knowhow.

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Quality criteria for TOP doctors fulfilled

58 MBST users received an especially high number of positive evaluations and are therefore ranking top among German doctors according to the strict quality criteria of the list. They are recommended as leading medical experts in their geographical area. 3 doctors are even awarded as TOP doctors – experts in their speciality with an above-average number of recommendations. These TOP doctors are Dr. Cordelia Schott, Essen, and Dr. Jörg Henning, Clinic Lahnhöhe in Lahnstein for the field of pain treatment as well as Dr. Hartmut Stinus, Orthopaedicum Northeim. All of those high-ranking, renowned doctors who have been recommended at an above-average level by patients use the MBST magnetic resonance therapy in their practices for the successful treatment of a variety of diseases and injuries of the musculoskeletal system.

MBST therapy for the stimulation of regenerative processes

The MBST magnetic resonance therapy is a therapeutically used development based on the imaging MRI technology. MBST therapy does not use magentic resonance to generate images but has the aim to stimulate cells on a molecular level by transferring energy in a targeted manner also metabolically and to trigger the body’s own regenerative processes without the need for surgical interventions, injections or drugs. At the moment, treated indications include among others degenerative diseases like osteoarthritis, osteoporosis and intervertebral disc damage as well as injuries of muscles, ligaments, tendons and bones. An "exceptional circle" closes with this ranking because MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH itself, the manufacturer of MBST magnetic resonance therapy, has been repeatedly awarded with the TOP 100 innovation award for German SMEs.

The team of MedTec congratulates all doctors included in the ranking. We are proud that our MBST users are among Germany’s best doctors.

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Successful market entry of MBST magnetic resonance therapy in India

Millions of people around the world suffer from degenerative diseases of the musculoskeletal system such as osteoarthritis, osteoporosis and disc problems. Since mid June, patients in India also can decide for treatment with the innovative MBST magnetic resonance therapy. The German therapy has been used successfully in Europe for almost 20 years.

First MBST treatment centre in Bangalore

In a festive celebration, Surendra Bhandari opened the first MBST treatment centre iRevive in Bangalore’s centre in the state of Karnataka in South India. The managing director of IEM International Pvt. Ltd. is proud that his company can now offer treatment with the non-invasive and free of side-effects MBST therapy to Indian patients.

The success of the first treatments with MBST that were presented at the press conference aroused a great deal of interest among the invited doctors, patients and journalists. Many doctors and patients made use of the chance to get extensive information about the MBST magnetic resonance therapy in lectures by German MBST experts that were held in the following evenings.

MBST for the stimulation of regenerative processes

The worldwide unique MBST magnetic resonance therapy is an alternative to purely symptomatic treatments. It is a therapeutically used development based on the technology known from the diagnostically used MRI. The aim of MBST is to treat the cause of the disease and with that the cause of the pain by stimulating the body’s own regenerative processes. Patients tell about a distinct reduction up to complete freedom of pain and an increased flexibility of the joints. In this way, many movements and activities that were painful or could hardly be done before become possible again. No surgical interventions, injections or drugs are necessary. At the moment, treated indications include among others degenerative diseases like osteoarthritis, osteoporosis and intervertebral disc damage as well as injuries of muscles, ligaments, tendons and bones.

Hightech medical technology Made in Germany available for patients in India

Axel Muntermann, founder of MedTec Medizintechnik GmbH, the company that develops and manufactures MBST treatment systems, was also present at the opening ceremony and explained the mechanism of action of the therapy devices. "We have successfully treated more than 300,000 patients worldwide with MBST. There are 1,200 therapy units in 39 countries and we are very glad that MBST has come to India now as well", he concluded.

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