Alternative medicine devices as a way to prolong youth

Older people often face joint and musculoskeletal problems. They are suffering from pain, trying to find solutions to their problems. But sometimes these troubles do not recede and the patient suffers for many years. Although medical devices based on bioresonance can help.

Bioresonance diagnostics help diagnose diseases in the skeletal system in the early stages. Treatment in the early stages is effective.

Bioresonance therapy can do a lot. So, for example, Sensitiv Imago devices are capable of the following:

“Treatment of arthritis and osteochondrosis, gout and neuralgia, bronchial asthma and vegetative-vascular dystonia. Devices relieve pain and swelling, accelerate the restoration of slave capacity and accelerate the fusion of bones in fractures”.

All this is achieved by enhancing the metabolism and restoring the electromagnetic parameters of cells. Calcium ion channels of cells that are sensitive to a magnetic field can also be a target for treatment.

It is not surprising that many of the patients are thinking about purchasing such a device for personal use.

Another important area is the use of this type of therapy in the treatment of children with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. In addition to reducing the main symptoms, patients experience increased peripheral circulation and stimulation of mineral metabolism.

Despite the incompletely studied mechanism of the musculoskeletal system disease, experience shows that bioresonance therapy is often an important part of the treatment process.

Bioresonance can be used in many diseases: osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, traumatic arthritis, osteochondrosis of the spine, scoliosis. Of course, not always as the only method of treatment. But where it is a question of increasing metabolism, enhancing cellular metabolism, accelerating regeneration or slowing down degeneration – there are reasons for this technique.

There are almost no contraindications to the use of bioresonance techniques in diseases of the musculoskeletal system.

Common contraindications include:

  • benign and malignant neoplasms;
  • bleeding disorder;
  • pregnancy;
  • congenital malformations of the central nervous system;
  • the presence of an implantable pacemaker in a patient;
  • individual intolerance to an electric current;
  • damage and skin diseases in places of electrical stimulation;
  • a state of acute mental agitation or intoxication.