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Chronic tinnitus and effects of pulsed magnetic stimulation

Chronic tinnitus and effects of pulsed magnetic stimulation Date: 13.8.2016

Chronic tinnitus and effects of pulsed magnetic stimulation were examined by the authors of this study (Langguth et al., 2006) as transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) has already showed that it can modify irritation of cerebral cortex and treat auditory hallucinations and other disorders that way.  >> read results of the study >>

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Improvement of tibial fracture healing

Improvement of tibial fracture healing Date: 12.8.2016

Improvement of tibial fracture healing with the help of pulsed magnetic therapy was attempted by the team of W. J. Sharrard (1990) on 45 patients and the findings were subsequently published in the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. >> read results of the study >>

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Promoting growth and regeneration of skin tissue

Promoting growth and regeneration of skin tissue Date: 11.8.2016

Promoting growth and regeneration of skin tissue with applications of pulsed magnetic therapy. The effect on the main skin cells (keratinocytes) explains the study (Vianale et al., 2008) in which the research team was focusing on the mechanisms that promote cell growth in the skin. >> read results of the study >>

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Action potential in isolated sciatic nerve

Action potential in isolated sciatic nerve Date: 10.8.2016

Action potential in isolated sciatic nerve was dealt with by Ö. Coskun and his team in their study. The immediate effects of a 30-minute pulsed magnetic field application with 50 Hz frequency and 1 mT intensity were examined in animal model. The results were compared to a control group and showed surprising effects. >> read results of the study >>

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3D magnetic therapy Biomag - effective help for animal champions

Wechta Equestrian Date: 9.8.2016

"Biomag magnetic therapy gets horses back into very good shape and keeps them that way." These are the words of the young show jumping competitor Maksymilian Wechta, multiple medallist of Polish championships. His horse La Calidada was suffering from frequent back problems, but Biomag magnetic therapy applications eventually helped him to overcome these problems.

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Treatment of damaged bones

Treatment of damaged bones Date: 16.5.2016

Treatment of damaged bones with pulsed magnetic therapy dates back to the mid-20th century, but the specific therapeutic effects have not been fully explained. The research team (Yang Wei et al., 2008) therefore focused on mechanisms of cells (MC3T3-E1) which affect the formation and development of bone (osteogenesis). >> read results of the study >>

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Health Day

Health Day Date: 15.5.2016

Health Day focused on healthy lifestyle was held on 22nd April 2016 at the Pardubice Palace. The event included lectures, workshops and the opportunity to try a variety of medical devices. Thank you all for visiting us there and providing valuable feedback on devices Biomag and 3D pulsed magnetic therapy.

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Days of Gerontology Northwest at the Cultural Centre in Cheb

Days of Gerontology Northwest at the Cultural Centre in Cheb Date: 25.4.2016

On the 14th April 2016, the Congress of Days of Gerontology Northwest was held at the Cultural Centre in Cheb following the successful tradition of the previous ten years in Pilsen, Karlovy Vary, Usti nad Labem and Sokolov.

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Neural pain processing in brain

Neural pain processing in brain Date: 25.4.2016

Neural pain processing in brain was studied on 31 patients by J. A. Robertson and his team. Researchers applied pulsed magnetic field frequencies of 9, 5, 3 and 1 Hz. >> read results of the study >>

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Effectiveness of pulsed magnetic therapy in lateral epicondylitis

Effectiveness of pulsed magnetic therapy in lateral epicondylitis Date: 25.4.2016

A group of 60 patients with tennis elbow participated in the clinical trial during which they underwent a total of fifteen thirty-minute applications of pulsed magnetic therapy with 4.6 and 25 Hz frequencies and 6 mT intensity. The treatment effects in patients were evaluated against the results of the control group, which had undergone blind applications of the therapy, and against the group that had been treated with corticosteroids. >> read results of the study >>

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