PhysioMagneto Pulsed Magnetic Super Transduction Therapy (PMST) opens up new possibilities in regeneration and rehabilitation.
Applications include diseases of the musculoskeletal system such as lower back pain, arthritis, inflammation of tendons and joints as well as sports injuries.
PMST is 40X stronger than PEMF which is only good for muscle and differs from general forms of magnetic field therapy or PEMF due to the high oscillation frequency of 1000-3000hz.
This instrument enables a high penetration depth (18 cm) and a large range of indications.
Clinical studies have shown that triggering the biological effect of electromagnetic guidance at the cell and tissue level can promote the rapid growth of fibroblasts and collagen. At the same time, it increases angiogenesis and collagen formation and promotes wound healing.
PMST accelerates the elimination of swelling, restores normal nutrient rich blood flow and makes damaged cells recover faster.
In tissue repair, it can also accelerate the production of growth factors, balance red and white blood cells and reduce the inflammatory response.
How Does Physio Magneto ® differ from pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) ?
PMST® is 40% stronger than PEMF and enables a higher penetration depth of 18 cm working at a cellular and nerve level rather than only addressing muscles. Sessions of PMST ® can, therefore, treat a far wider range of indications when compared to PEMF.
PEMF is a non-circular magnetic field. Its magnetic field focuses on the most central position of the magnetic ring. The magnetic field energy is relatively concentrated at one point, so its treatment area is relatively small.
The PMST magnetic ring is an annular magnetic field with more energy focus. The energy focus is on the ring wall of the inner ring, with a circle of energy focus. When applied in the field of physical therapy, it can be very conveniently applied to the elbow, knee, heel, shoulder and other joint parts of the human body to form a circular energy point for the treatment of the joint parts. The treatment area is larger and more suitable for the field of physical therapy.
The difference between high frequency and low frequency PEMF, the frequency in the general market is between 50Hz and 150Hz. This pulse is relatively slow and shallow. The main stimulation is the muscle layer, which allows the muscle to contract with high intensity, so as to achieve the purpose of increasing muscle and reducing fat.
PMST magnetic ring can reach 1000Hz to 3000hz fast pulse in superconducting mode. The pulse at high frequency can penetrate the muscle layer and fat layer to reach deeper tissue for treatment, which is more suitable for the field of physical therapy.
Are there any side effects of PMST ®?
PMST ® has no reported side effects. During the treatment the patient may experience mid discomfort and reddening of the skin. The short-lived discomfort the PMST® treatment creates is just a minor inconvenience and will be a non issue when compared to the clinical relevant decrease of pain the patient receives.
- PMST® can treat a wide range of MSK disorders / wide range of therapeutic applications
- Non-invasive with no reported side effects
- High oscillating frequency with deeper penetration
- PhysioMagneto® is easy to use
- Treatment of non-specific pain
- Treatment of large areas of the body
- Greater treatment depth
- Wide range of treatments
- Combinable therapy procedure with Shockwave
- High patient comfort and easy handling
- Non-invasive, secure therapy
- Cost-effective device
- Long service life and low maintenance efforts
PhysioMagneto® in Daily Practice
- Unattended Therapy which frees more time for the user.
- The patient does not have to undress
- Effective fatigue-free work for the user
- ‘Touch free’ treatment – Applicator positioning by hand or with the flexible holding arm
- A treatment session lasts only 5 – 20 minutes depending on the indication
- Adjustable frequency up to 10 pulses/s
Typical PMST indications Musculoskeletal diseases
Sports Injuries(Chronic) inflammation of tendons and joints, tendon overload syndrome, osteitis pubis.
PMST ® Clinical Evidence
Andre Krath. et al., Journal of Orthopaedics, 14(3):410-415, 2017. Electromagnetic transduction therapy in non-specific low back pain: A randomized clinical trial
Klüter, T. et al., Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine, 37(4):175-183, 2018.Electromagnetic transduction therapy and shockwave therapy in 86 patients with rotator cuff tendinopathy: A prospective randomized controlled trial.
Gerdesmeyer, L. et al., The Journal for Foot and Ankle Surgery, 56(5):964-967, 2017.Electromagnetic Transduction Therapy for Achilles Tendinopathy: A Preliminary Report on a New Technology.
Klüter, T. et al., Journal of Orthopedic Research and Therapy: JORT-1113. DOI: 10.29011/2575-8241.001113, 2018. Electromagnetic Transduction Therapy in Patients with Chronic Aseptic Osteitis Pubis
Teresa Paolucci et al, Electromagnetic Field Therapy: A Rehabilitative Perspective in the Management of Musculoskeletal Pain – A Systematic Review, Journal of Pain Research, July 2020