What is MBST-Therapy?
MR-Therapy (Magnetic Resonance) works at a cellular level. Using the worldwide patented German technology, MBST transfers energy directly into the cells of the tissue we’re treating to stimulate the regenerative processes.
It’s a non-invasive, risk-free therapy that helps to treat pain associated with arthritis, osteoporosis, general wear and tear, along with sports accidents and injuries.
- Bacterial infections
- Cancer within the last 5 years
- Electrical implants – such as a pacemaker, cochlear implants, defibrillators, insulin pumps, pain pumps etc.
- Active rheumatoid arthritis
MBST® stimulates the hydrogen protons using radio waves, putting them into a “high energy” state, this energy is then released in the same way as in MRI and absorbed by the surrounding tissue.
When this energy is absorbed by the tissue, it can initiate or reactivate regenerative power.
Thus far, more than 220,000 patients have experienced over 80 % success with MBST therapy.
Background of the MBST® Technology
- It’s been used to treat people for over 17 years.
- Originating in Germany, it’s now available in 29 countries.
- MBST® came about after patients reported reduced pain after having had MRI scans.
- It was Mr Muntermann who found inspiration from these MRI reports and developed MBST®.
- Cell Regeneration is the UK distributor of MBST®, with a dedicated clinic in Stamford, Lincolnshire.
- MBST® patients are treated in conjunction with physiotherapy or orthopaedic consultation and advice on exercise to help aid recovery. It is important to have post physiotherapy treatment to return muscle memory to its pre-injured state.
- As MBST® works at a cellular level, response time will vary in each individual patient. We ask all patients to give MBST® 10 weeks as a consistent recovery time after the treatment to see results. The outcome of treatment can then be checked on an MRI scan after this period.
Who can be treated by MBST®?
- People who suffer from a degenerative disease in joints and bones and metabolic bone disorders, such as osteoarthritis and osteoporosis. Those with osteoarthritis in stages 4 or 5 may have a longer cell regeneration healing time.
- People with bulging discs, sports injuries, broken bones, cartilage tears, ligament and tendon damage.
- Injured athletes.
- Anyone suffering from pain and reduced mobility due to degeneration of bone tissue and joints.
- In veterinary for horses and dogs.
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