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MBST FAQ

  • What is MBST® magnetic resonance therapy?

    MBST– magnetic resonance therapy is the application of magnetic resonance technology for the purpose of treatment. This technology is based on the same principles as the well-known diagnostic magnetic resonance (NMR or MRI).

    MBST is the best therapy that currently exists for the successful treatment of joint and bone diseases such as osteoarthritis (arthrosis) and osteoporosis, as well as for metabolic bone disease, without any side effects.

    MBST is proven to regenerate cartilage and to stimulate bone formation. It is also used for skin regeneration, since the recent studies have shown activation effect on skin cells.

    MBST technology was developed a decade ago in Germany. It is a worldwide patented product, and its effects have been confirmed in many studies.

  • Is the MBST therapy effective in severe cases of arthrosis and osteoporosis?

    Without a doubt, MBST therapy is effective in treating severe arthrosis and osteoporosis, but you need long-term treatment in order to achieve better and faster effect. MBST can be combined with other methods, such as physical therapy, medication or surgical treatment.

    MBST is the only proven therapy that stimulates the joints and bones to regenerate and return to their healthy and normal state.

    Success of MBST therapy is confirmed with more than 250,000 successfully treated patients. Also, a large number of clinical studies show that over 82% of patients had an improvement of over 80% already after the first cycle of therapy.

  • Is MBST therapy in any way dangerous?

    No, it is not. So far, in the last 10 years since it was first applied, it has never happened that the MBST therapy caused side effects. In addition, magnetic resonance imaging is used for over 20 years and it is well known that there is no radiation or other health risks.

    Since we are talking about electro-magnetic energy generated in our body, MBST is actually a method that uses our own bio-energy, and thus cannot be harmful to health.

  • Does a timely proceeded MBST therapy prevent the occurrence of arthrosis and osteoporosis?

    Certainly does. Using MBST prior to severe joint damage can prevent later consequences in terms of severe arthrosis, pain and immobility. This is especially important for athletes and all those people who have an increased risk of degenerative arthritis and osteoporosis.

  • Can MBST prevent athlete injuries and provide better sport results?

    Application of MBST is particularly important for the preparation of athletes. Every athlete should undergo at least one cycle of treatment after each competitive season and especially after an injury. It can prevent serious injuries and ensure better preparation of athletes and thus better results. A know example is the skier Herman Mayer who has been successfully rehabilitated by this method: After a serious injury sustained in a car accident has helped him with getting back in shape and achieving top results.

  • To whom do we recommend MBST?

    All persons who have joint pain, a diagnose of osteoarthritis, osteoporosis and osteopenia, people who have an increased risk of developing degenerative arthritis and osteoporosis as well as athletes, people who perform hard physical labor, who have a sedentary job, and those who suffer from chronic diseases that we know to cause damage to bones and joints, such as rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, thyroid disease, kidney disease, chronic inflammatory bowel diseases such as Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, women who have entered into early menopause, people who consume drugs from the group of cytostatics and corticosteroids. It is particularly important that MBST applied on time with patients who suffer from significant skeletal deformities such as kyphosis, scoliosis, hip dysplasia, because with them always leads to the development of osteoarthritis. It is best to apply MBST before the significant damage is done to the joints, thus it will prevent advancing of the disease and serious complications that would otherwise certainly occur.

 

If you would like a consultation with an experienced internist, endocrinologist, rheumatologist, physiatrist, or urologist contact the Polyclinic K-center. You will get all the answers and the best recommendations, as well as a diagnosis and treatment without waiting, all at one place.

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