Characteristics of the Polyneuropathy program: Polyneuropathy is a disorder related to the peripheral nerves resulting from inflammatory, metabolic, immunopathogenic, toxic and other influences. The Polyneuropathy program uses a range of frequencies, from analgesic to stimulating, to cover a wide range of clinical symptoms.
Purpose of magnetic therapy application in polyneuropathy
In polyneuropathy, the purpose is to use magnetic therapy to influence the immune system, reduce inflammations, reduce pain, improve microcirculation and the metabolic rate in tissues. All this leads to improved oxygen supply to the tissues, which supports and accelerates the regeneration of peripheral nerves and other tissues.
Description of polyneuropathy
Polyneuropathy is a diverse group of disorders related to the peripheral nerves. Usually, this is a systemic process with the involvement of multiple nerves resulting from various internal and external causes (such as inflammation, metabolic, immunopathogenic mechanisms, toxic factors, nutritional and vitamin deficiency, degenerative causes, and so on).
The usual symptoms of polyneuropathy include tingling, burning, pain, reduced sensitivity, uncertain walking, muscle weakness, aches and spasms, and many other symptoms.
The most commonly occurring types of polyneuropathy:
- acute and chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (in this case, the specific immunoglobulin and cortical treatment is distributed),
- polyneuropathy in rheumatoid arthritis,
- diabetic neuropathy (in diabetic patients with vascular disorders),
- alcoholic polyneuropathy (caused particularly by a lack of thiamine and vitamin B12 plus toxic influences),
- polyneuropathy in Lyme disease with painful symptoms in the muscoskeletal system,
- toxic polyneuropathy - e.g. after intoxication by benzene, carbon disulphide, lead, mercury, etc.,
- polyneuropathy after neurotoxic drugs (Nidrazid, some cytostatics, etc.), etc.
In all these cases, symptomatic and supporting therapy treating partial symptoms of the disease is applied, especially: analgesic, anti-inflammatory, vasodilatory, anticlotting, etc.
Using magnetic therapy in polyneuropathy
In summarising symptomatic and supporting therapy, we can see that changes in the tissues resulting from the application of Biomag low-frequency pulsed magnetic therapy are exactly the desirable effects that other types of therapy aim at, too, and which influence a wide range of symptoms in neuropathy in a positive manner.
Magnetic therapy is an optimal supportive treatment for all types of polyneuropathy. It modifies the immune system and its responses, has anti-inflammatory effects, reduces pain, improves blood circulation and metabolism in the tissues, improves oxygen supply to the tissues and supports the regeneration of damaged nerves and tissues.
Application of magnetic therapy in polyneuropathy
In polyneuropathy, we recommend repeated exposures 2-3 times a day to the affected locations (e.g. hands, legs, etc.) and to the whole spinal column.
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List of indications
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- Head and neck
- Upper extremities and shoulders
- Abdomen and hypogastrium
- Lower extremities and hips
Health problems throughout the body
- Alzheimer's dementia (so-called Alzheimer's disease)
- Arthritis of the joints
- Before massage
- Body detoxification
- Cartilage, damaged meniscus, regeneration
- Hi-level sport - overexertion, fatigue, microtrauma
- Individual option
- Inflammation - anti-inflammatory effect
- Joint arthroses
- Joint pain
- Lyme disease
- Magnetisation of water
- Medical program
- Metabolism - enhancing
- Muscle fatigue
- Muscle relaxation - relaxation of skeletal muscle
- Non-articular rheumatism
- Oedema - antioedema - anti-swelling effect
- Osteoarthritis and arthritis
- Osteoporosis, osteochondritis
- Pain - pain-killing - analgesic effect
- Parkinson's disease
- Post-surgery conditions
- Pseudo-arthrosis (non-union) - healing support
- Rheumatism (progressive polyarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis)
- Shingles or herpes zoster
- Tick-borne encephalitis - recovery
- Traumatic neural dissection - damaged peripheral nerve
- Vasodilation - improved blood circulation