Dear Patient,
Do you suffer from pain in your elbow, knee or heel? Do back problems prevent you from managing your everyday life? These not only affect the oldest generation of our society, but can often occur in younger years as a result of excessive strain or a lack of exercise. Many of these diseases are associated with a lower quality of life and reduced capabilities. Both extracorporeal magnetotransduction therapy (EMTT) and extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) can help with these problems.

Study data shows that, while both ESWT and EMTT are successful in their own right, when they are combined they become even more successful in the treatment of soft tissue and bone diseases. The combination of both therapies and the resulting accelerated treatment success significantly reduces the overall treatment time for the patient.

Extracorporeal magnetotransduction therapy (EMTT)
EMTT is a non-invasive treatment solution in which the painful areas of the body are treated with high-energy magnetic pulses. Within fractions of a second, a dynamic magnetic field with a high intensity is generated. The energy is then transferred to the areas of the body to be treated via a treatment loop. EMTT® treatment can have a positive effect on chemical reactions in pathologically altered cells. The cell metabolism can be reactivated and the body's own healing processes activated.

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Extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT)
Shock wave therapy can be used to treat pathological changes in tendons, muscles and bones. This means that your therapy focuses not only on your symptoms, but above all on the cause of your pain.

During the treatment, the physician moves a handpiece over the pain zone. Through the handpiece, low-energy shock waves are transmitted to the body. The shock waves stimulate both the metabolism and the blood circulation and the body’s own healing processes can be accelerated.

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