Pain after amputation
Characteristics of pain after amputation: These are pains in the stump, which may develop after amputation of an extremity, and phantom pain felt in a previously amputated extremity.
Purpose of magnetic therapy in pain after amputation
The purpose of magnetic therapy applications in pain after amputation is to reduce pain and increase the chance of eliminating these painful sensations.
Using magnetic therapy in pain after amputation
Pain after extremity amputation is a painful sensation in the stump and in the part of the body that has been amputated. Pain after amputation and phantom pain is experienced by up to one-third of amputees and is resistant to treatment.
Application of magnetic therapy in pain after amputation
In pain after amputation, application of Biomag low-frequency pulsed magnetic therapy at analgesic and vasodilatory frequencies to the appropriate segments of the spine is recommended 2-3 times a day on a long-term basis, and locally to the post-surgery stump using a solenoid and flat applicator.
Pain in the stump may be caused by poor blood supply or nerve irritation, etc. Professional internal and neurological examination is required and treatment should be initiated according to the identified cause. We use analgesic frequencies to manage pain in the stump, which are later used alternately with vasodilatory frequencies.
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- Head and neck
- Upper extremities and shoulders
- Abdomen and hypogastrium
- Lower extremities and hips
- Health problems throughout the body