What is MRI?

What is MRI? What does MRI mean? Where did it come from? And, how does it work? MRI is a complex topic to condense into layman terms, or to explain to your everyday patient, however, most of us want to know how it actually works. We all know an X-Ray can show us solid bones […]

End of National Arthritis Week 2016

This week saw National Arthritis Day. With this in mind we decided to do a blog about Arthritis, more of a fact sheet about the disease compared to the more study orientated blog below this one. First things first then. What is arthritis? Well there are two main types of arthritis, the inflammatory Rheumatoid Arthritis […]

One-year-survey with multicenter data of more than 4,500 patients with degenerative rheumatic diseases treated with MBST

Abstract. BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) has been shown to stimulate repair processes and cartilage and to influence pain signalling. It represents an alternative therapy for patients suffering from osteoarthritis (OA). To prove the clinical success of this new therapeutical method, validated measuring parameters are important that are convincing for pain and function […]

How can you incorporate MBST into your clinic?

MBST is available privately for healthcare professionals within the UK. Currently, leasing contracts are available for the devices. MBST fits in with a professional practice as it requires the correct diagnosis by the health professional, in some circumstances scans MRI,X-Ray or DEXA scans are required. MBST uses Magnetic Resonance Therapy in order to communicate to […]