Characteristics of hand and wrist joint inflammation: Rheumatoid arthritis is the most common cause of inflammation of the small joints of the hands and wrists. Inflammation inside the joint causes swelling, pain and stiffness. The skin covering the joint is usually warmer and if the inflammation persists for a long time, it may cause damage to the cartilage and bone, resulting in bone destruction. In the most severe cases of joint inflammation, the bone forming the articular surfaces wears away. This leads to joint deformities.
A typical symptom of arthritis is morning stiffness. The cause of rheumatoid arthritis is a disorder of the immune system. The disease affects the patient's lifestyle and can lead to permanent disability. The most important treatment measures are adjustments to the patient's environment and lifestyle, rehabilitation, spa treatment and the administration of anti-inflammatory and analgesic drugs.
Using magnetic therapy in hand and wrist joint inflammation:
Hand and wrist joint inflammation is one of the main indications for Biomag low-frequency pulsed magnetic therapy. This therapy is beneficial due to its analgesic, anti-swelling, anti-inflammatory and healing effects. Magnetic therapy helps improve mobility, slows down further damage to the joints in chronic hand and wrist joint inflammations and provides overall pain relief.
Application of magnetic therapy in hand and wrist joint inflammation:
In hand and wrist joint inflammation, we preferably use treatment to manage pain at low frequencies of 4-6 Hz, and once pain reduction is achieved, the treatment can be combined with regenerative programs at 25-50 Hz. Treatment is most commonly applied via a small solenoid to the wrist joints.
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