A Non-Invasive Method That Cures Degenerative Joints
Degenerating bone cells have unfortunately become quite a common problem in recent times. And osteoporosis, which ¡s a disease that gradually weakens the bones and increases the risk of breaking a bone mostly amongst the elderly, is caused by degenerating bone cells.
Causes of Osteoporosis
Bones that are made up of cells called osteocytes. Some of the bones that are prone to break, include the hip bones, forearms and the vertebrae in the spine. Over time, the bones tend to weaken due to old age, improper nutrition, or something as simple as a lack of movement and exercise. While this condition occurs across age groups, the elderly and women are more susceptible to joint problems.
Accidents can occur at any point of time in an individual’s life with injuries often affecting the bones, joints, ligaments, and tendons. And it these injuries are not treated on time, it can cause serious long-term damage.
Bone Mass And Bone Disorders
Osteoporosis may also occur due to variation in bone mass like lower than, or higher than normal bone mass. An increase in bone loss may occur among women, especially after menopause which occurs due to lower levels of oestrogen. Diseases like hyperthyroidism, anorexia and kidney disease may also cause osteoporosis.
Degenerative joint disorders such as osteoarthritis can result in the deterioration of the cartilage tissues that support the weight bearing joints of the body. The elasticity of the articular cartilage weakens in the initial stages of osteoarthritis, a condition often caused by obesity, or extensive participation in performance sports. Joints that most commonly get damaged as a result of this are the knees, hips, ankles, and shoulders.
Injuries Increase The Risk
Injuries are common while playing sports and while participating in other strenuous physical activities, These Injuries are mostly in the form of tendon/muscle injuries or fractures. Recurring injuries are more difficult to heal as the recovery period proves to be longer with every consecutive injury. Thus, treatment of such ailments is often carried out with the aid of physiotherapy or surgical methods. Joint replacement is the last resort in such cases.
Diet Plays A Major Role
A diet rich in calcium and other bone-healthy minerals, right from one’s childhood, helps protect against osteoporosis. Apart from a healthy diet, a healthy lifestyle with daily exercise, physical activity and avoiding falls are likely to reduce the risk of broken bones. Also, saying no to smoking and alcohol plays a role in the prevention of osteoporosis.
An Innovative Treatment
It has recently come to the fore that there is an innovation in the medical field that can help cure such ailments through non-invasive methods, This technology known as the Magnetic Resonance Therapy, works in the same way as MRI.
Magnetic Resonance Therapy works through the stimulation of hydrogen protons by using radio waves which are then transferred to a state of high energy. This technology has been further developed by using Magnetic Response Therapy.
Magnetic Resonance Therapy
Currently, the Magnetic Resonance Therapy serves as the only technology for regenerating cartilage, bone cells, ligaments, tendons, and muscle cells. Working at the cellular level, this technology transfers energy directly into the cells of the tissue that is being treated and stimulates a regenerative process. During the treatment, radio waves get transferred at the appropriate frequency, to enable the surrounding tissue to absorb the same.
As soon as the tissue absorbs the energy, it can begin to initiate regenerative power. Since frequencies differ based on the type of tissue worked on, chip cards are used in the treatment, as chip cards lessen human error, guaranteeing considerably higher rates of success.
The regenerative capacities of complex structures require the revitalization of specific signs to stimulate appropriate recovery. MR technology eliminates the need for surgery by introducing energy into specific cells or cell groups that stimulate regeneration. This treatment can be provided to even patients suffering from degenerative joint disorders, metabolic bone disorders, osteoarthritis, and osteoporosis.
Currently, Magnetic Resonance Therapy serves as the only technology for regenerating cartilage, bone cells, ligaments, tendons, and muscle cells
Advantages of This Treatment
Apart from the above, low back pain, neck pain, tendinitis, fractures, knee and hip joint problems, cartilage tears, ligament and tendon damage are also possible to be effectively treated using this technology. Furthermore, by opting for this technology, Invasive methods of surgery and ensuing long-term physiotherapy is effectively avoided, as the technology successfully heals in a few sessions, injuries that usually take months to mend, without even the need for medications and resulting side effects.