Magnet therapy

Developed using the same magnetic resonance technology that has provided the most detailed and high-resolution imaging (MRI) for decades, this therapy is now used to treat bone and joint conditions.

It is effective in alleviating pain naturally and stimulating bone and cartilage renewal without side effects or pain.

How magnetic therapy works

Magnetodyn® technology uses weak, slowly oscillating electromagnetic fields to help restore normal cell function and enable cells to renew. The sinusoidal signal used, often occurs in nature, which allows the body to accept it and work exactly where it's most needed: at the level of the damaged cell.


Osteoarthritis is the degeneration of joints and is caused by the cartilage becoming rough, brittle and eventually cracking. This puts stress on the joint and gradually wears the cartilage away. The synovial membrane then becomes inflamed and painful, which in turn leads to a stiff joint that is painful and sometimes swollen.


Osteoporosis is a condition that weakens bones, making them fragile and more likely to break. Bone density diminishes as part of the normal ageing process but for some people this can be to a greater degree. The menopause, inflammatory diseases, long-term use of certain medication and other factors can all increase the risk of developing osteoporosis.



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