What is ALMAG?
ALMAG stands for Alternating “Traveling” Pulsed Magnetic Field (TPMF) therapy.
The attempts to cure chronic pain using various methods in most cases give no results with periodic exacerbation of symptoms. Scientific research has resulted in the development of ALMAG Magneto-therapy device with low-frequency, low-intensity electromagnetic field (EMF). The ALMAG magnetic pulse device provides a therapy solution where the human body receives a therapeutic effect from the travelling pulsed magnetic field. Indications for use include a list of musculoskeletal and neuromuscular conditions with minimum contraindications and no known side-effects.
Traveling Pulsed Magnetic Field (TPMF) has strong analgesic, anti-edematous and anti-inflammatory effects, and increases microcirculation in tissues resulting in tissue regeneration and activation of metabolic process.
Clinical tests show that the above therapeutic effects take place in 78-90% of cases after 2-3 sessions with the remission period of 1.5 years.
Pulsed Electro Magnetic Field (PEMF) Therapy
Pulsed Electro Magnetic Field (PEMF) Therapy undeniably promotes the body`s own restorative function in the healing process by direct stimulation without surgical intervention, without drugs and without side-effects.
PEMF therapy is becoming increasingly recognized as an effective treatment for removing or alleviating pain issues and an effective treatment for arthritis and speedier healing of bone fractures. Electromagnetic field therapy has been in use since the invention of electricity. It was widely adopted in East and Western Europe.
In 2004, a pulsed electromagnetic field system was approved by the FDA as an adjunct to cervical fusion surgery in patients at high risk for non-fusion. On 10/13/2015 the FDA reclassified PEMF devices from the Class 3 category to a Class 2 status. PEMF devices that have been FDA cleared to make health claims require a doctor’s prescription for use.
Although electricity’s potential to aid bone healing was reported as early as 1841, it was not until the mid-1950s that scientists seriously studied the subject. During the 1970s, Bassett and his team introduced a new approach for the treatment of delayed fractures, a technique that employed a very specific biphasic low frequency signal to be applied for non-union/delayed fractures. Free Consult at Bradenton, FL center or call us on (941) 752-0758.
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