The possibility of improving articular cartilage function using low-frequency pulsed magnet therapy was tested by Albert Gobbi’s medical team (2014) in 22 patients diagnosed with early stage osteoarthritis.
There is a growing interest in pulsed magnet therapy among sports therapists for its analgesic and healing effects. And it is in the early stages of osteoarthritis, when the main concern is to prevent further damage to the articular cartilage, that its therapeutic effects may be crucial.
This study subjected patients, after an initial examination, to 45 days of pulsed magnet therapy. Four-hour applications occurred daily. The effects of the pulsed magnetic field were evaluated after one year and then after two years.
One year after the treatment, the examination showed a significant improvement in all assessment points.
Thus, pulsed magnet therapy reduces the symptoms of osteoarthritis and improves the functionality of the knee and the overall physical health of the patient. After two years, the effects have worn off and therefore regular treatment with this method is recommended.
Source: Gobbi, A. et al. (2014) Symptomatic Early Osteoarthritis of the Knee Treated With Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields: Two-Year Follow-up. Cartilage. [Online] 5 (2), 78-85.
Symptomatic Early Osteoarthritis of the Knee Treated With Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields
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