Total Magnetic Therapy

Total Magnetic Therapy Overview

Total Magnetic Therapy involves the use of magnetic fields on the entire body. 

The patient is placed inside a large tube called Magnetic turbotron. As the whole body is placed inside the Turbotron, it affects all the systems of the body including the nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular and lymphatic systems. Also it has effect on the metabolism and the oxidation-reduction processes. It is possible to perform Magnetic Therapy as a monotherapy or combination with other therapies, without the use of any medications.

The main advantage of Magnetic therapy is the absence of side effects and complications while observing contraindications to treatment. 

Drug therapy did not have such pronounced positive effects. Apparatuses have been clinically tested and used in many medical and preventive institutions in Russia. The use of Magnetic Therapy in practical health care provides tangible economic results also by reducing the length of treatment and hospitalization.


Positive Effects of Total Magnetic Therapy

  • Anti-cancer and antimetastatic effects with activation of the natural anticancer protection (cellular immunity
  • Immunomodulatory effect
  • Hypotensive effect due to the relaxation of the muscles on the vessels’ walls and the removal of spasms, due to the normalization of the indices of neurohumoral regulation. Magnetic Therapy is considered as a pathogenetic therapy for hypertensive disease.
  • Tissue and vascular regeneration, including reparative osteogenesis
  • Improvement of the psychophysical and emotional state, normalization of sleep;
  • Powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-edematous action.
  • Improvement of the peripheral blood flow and the lymph flow due to the normalization of the blood tone and the lymphatic vessels and also by improving the rheological properties of the blood (blood flow improves, especially along the vessels of the microcirculatory bed).
  • Stimulation of haematopoiesis;
  • Improvement in the functioning of the autonomic nervous system and the endocrine system 
  • Sedative, analgesic, anti-edematous and anti-inflammatory effects 
  • Improvement in the mechanical work of the heart 
  • Improvement of the neurodynamics of the body
  • Increase in the volume and the linear cerebral of blood flow 
  • Reduction of cerebrovascular resistance
  • Normalization frequency spectrum of the EEG rhythm

Indications for Magnetic Therapy treatment 

  • Oncological diseases (Various forms and stages).
  • Violation of the functions of the musculoskeletal system (osteochondrosis of the spine, rheumatoid arthritis, deforming osteoarthritis, arthritis, bruises, fractures of bones, epicondylosis).
  • Psychosomatic disorders (vegetative-vascular dystonia, chronic fatigue syndrome, Nervous System Diseases (spinal cord and brain injuries, consequences of strokes, natal manifestations of cerebral blood supply deficiency, discirculatory encephalopathy, neuropathy of cranial and peripheral nerves, epilepsy, consequences of neuroinfections, small cerebral dysfunctions in children).
  • Arterial hypertension, local circulatory disorders of congestive and edematous character accompanied by changes in the hemodynamics of the main vessels and microcirculation (obliterating endarteritis and atherosclerosis of the vessels of the extremities, chronic venous insufficiency, including with trophic disorders, vasculitis with trophic ulcers, postthrombotic venous disease, migrating thrombophlebitis , hemorrhoids, primary and acquired lymphostasis).
  • Digestive System diseases (uncomplicated forms of peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum, gastritis, cholecystitis, pancreatitis, enterocolitis) and conditions 3-4 weeks after operations on the stomach and intestines.
  • Respiratory diseases (pneumonia, including protracted, bronchial asthma, pulmonary tuberculosis, acute and chronic bronchitis, sinusitis, pharyngitis and tonsillitis).
  • Endocrine glands diseases (diabetes mellitus and its complications, enlargement of the thyroid gland).
  • Genitourinary system diseases (urolithiasis, pyelonephritis, prostatitis, prostate adenoma, acute and chronic inflammations of internal genital organs, endometriosis, climacteric syndrome, uterine fibroids).
  • Systemic connective tissue diseases.
  • Skin diseases (eczema, neurodermatitis, psoriasis, including psoriatic arthritis).
  • Drug addiction (narcotic abstinence syndrome), alcoholism.
  • Immunodeficiency states.