Magnet Therapy


Magnet therapy is a natural and gentle physical method of treating the body. Electro-magnet currents affect the physiological processes on the levels of systems, organs, tissues, and cells. The therapy causes the blood vessels to expand, has analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and spasmolytic effects, and stimulates the launching of curing bones and soft tissues. The effect begins after a greater frequency of procedures; the magnet therapy itself does not bring about immediate effects like other forms of electrotherapy.

Magnet therapy is suitable for:

  • treating chronic degenerative disorders of the joints and the spine
  • treating post-injury, post-operative states of the locomotor systems
  • treating states related to disorders of blood circulation to the extremities

    Magnet therapy is not suitable for gravely or acutely ill persons.