20 YEARS. 1 MILLION HOURS OF MBST THERAPY. 0 SIDE EFFECTS.
Spinal Disorders & Back Pain:
Spinal disorders are very common and are usually caused by the degeneration of the spine or intervertebral discs, a process which is often accelerated by an unhealthy lifestyle and not enough exercise.
Cartilage Degeneration and the consequences:
Healthy cartilage surrounding the intervertebral discs regenerates constantly, preventing damage to the back. If the cartilage cells of the spinal discs lack the required energy, or if their cell metabolism is disturbed, their natural repair mechanisms can no longer function. This can lead to the degeneration of the cartilage, often resulting in very painful herniated discs - most commonly in the neck and lower back.
severe radiating pain,
muscular movement disorders and in extreme cases,
paralysis (in extreme cases)
How can MBST help with back pain?
MBST directly targets the cartilage degeneration in order to stimulate cartilage regrowth. It does this by transferring energy to the targeted area in order to regenerate the damaged tissue cells of the spinal column and the intervertebral discs.
MBST therapy requires:
No intravenous infusions
MBST is completely stress-free
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.
From the initial diagnosis through to aftercare, every patient is fully supported throughout the entire process by healthcare professionals and trained technicians.
How MBST works:
Besides reducing pain, the objective of the MBST magnetic resonance therapy for disc conditions is to improve mobility and especially to prevent spinal surgery. Since in the intervertebral discs blood only flows through the outer part of their fibrous ring, the inner cells are kept supplied with nutrients via diffusion. In a degenerative process, the cells lack the necessary energy to compensate for damages by e.g. an increased metabolism. Damages are no longer repaired and after some time the intervertebral discs can no longer perform their function as shock absorbers between the vertebral bodies. This is where the MBST therapy finds its use.
The therapeutical MBST magnetic resonance technology has been developed to transfer energy in a targeted manner into the bone and cartilage tissue of the intervertebral discs. This energy supply aims at stimulating the metabolism of the respective cells to re-trigger the body’s own repair mechanisms and regeneration processes. Thus, MBST therapy does not follow a purely symptomatic approach but rather focuses on the most important causes of many back problems.