Osteoarthritis is a musculoskeletal disease and the world’s most common joint ailment...
A slow and steady degeneration of the cartilage causes the joints to be painful and stiff. Over time, the surrounding bones, muscles and ligaments can be damaged as well. This causes pain and restricts the flexibility of the joint which leads to a loss of mobility, disabilities and problems in everyday life.
What is Osteoarthritis?
How OA develops
Bones are connected to each other via flexible joints...
In order to prevent the bones from rubbing against each other, the contact areas are covered in cartilaginous tissue. However, since cartilage has a slow metabolism, it takes a long time to regenerate. When the regeneration process is disturbed, elasticity decreases at a constant pace and the joint cartilage becomes less resilient.
Osteoarthritis does not form overnight. Joint wear due to cartilage degeneration can develop over several years. In most cases there is hardly any discomfort at first, making it barely noticeable.
Physical stress and cold or humid weather can cause the pain to be more severe.
No Intravenous Infusions
MBST therapy helps to regenerate the cartilage by stimulating the cells into regrowth, preserving the natural joint. Once MBST therapy is complete, the cells have been sufficiently stimulated in order to continue regenerating by themselves, reducing pain and allowing for greater movement and therefore a better quality of life.
How MBST Can Help
From the initial diagnosis through to aftercare, every patient is fully supported throughout the MBST process by healthcare professionals and trained technicians. We always provide expert care and attention, giving our patients peace of mind.
During therapy, there is little to do but lay back and let MBST work for you. Most patients bring a book, listen to music, or just take a nap during the hour of comfortable therapy.