Recommendations for Total Therapy Duration













NB Treatment is administered in 1 hour sessions.  It is recommended that the course of treatment is completed over consecutive days, although a day or two without treatment is permitted. It is possible  to reduce the total course duration by receiving up to a maximum of three sessions per day.




What will MBST treat?





What is Osteoarthritis?

Osteoarthritis is a musculoskeletal disease and the world’s most common joint ailment.


A slow and steady degeneration of the cartilage causes the joints to be painful and stiff. Over time, the surrounding bones, muscles and ligaments can be damaged as well.

This causes pain and restricts the flexibility of the joint which leads to a loss of mobility, disabilities and problems in everyday life.

How it develops:

Bones are connected to each other via flexible joints. In order to prevent the bones from rubbing against each other, the contact areas are covered in cartilaginous tissue. However, since cartilage has a slow metabolism, it takes a long time to regenerate. When the regeneration process is disturbed, elasticity decreases at a constant pace and the joint cartilage becomes less resilient.


Osteoarthritis does not form overnight. Joint wear due to cartilage degeneration can develop over  several years. In most cases there is hardly any discomfort at first, making it barely noticeable.

Physical stress and cold or humid weather can cause the pain to be more severe.


How can MBST help with Osteoarthritis?

MBST therapy helps to regenerate the cartilage by stimulating the cells into regrowth, preserving the natural joint. Once MBST therapy is complete, the cells have been sufficiently stimulated in order to continue regenerating by themselves, reducing pain and allowing for greater movement and therefore a better quality of life.



 Sports Injuries


Common sports injuries:

The most commonly suffered sports injuries are those to the muscles, ligaments and tendons, as well as cartilage damage and bone fractures. Injuries to these areas limit their functionality and are often accompanied by pain, bruising, and swelling, giving the sufferer reduced resilience, and limited flexibility and mobility.


Direct effects:

In most cases, the injured area will have suffered prior damage, resulting in the degeneration of the ligament and tendon structure due to repeated micro-traumas.

Invariably, the consequences not only affect sporting activity but everyday life as well.


Long-term consequences:

Small injuries are quite often underestimated. Misjudgment of the healing process can lead to chronic injuries, which may lead to long downtimes with no possibility of training or participating in competitions. Chronic injuries that form this way not only restrict sporting activities but also have a significant impact on the overall quality of life. In certain cases, the entire career of a professional athlete can be at risk.


How can MBST help with Sports Injuries?

When the body’s self-regeneration ability is impaired as a result of an injury, MBST offers active cell regeneration by targeting specific cells and stimulating them into regrowth. It is intended to significantly reduce downtime, offering a swift and safe return to training and competition.


MBST and Post-surgery:

The regenerative approach of MBST therapy can also be used to accompany post-surgery and post-hospitalisation treatment strategies. The accelerated recovery of physical strength helps the patient to resume physical activities sooner, including training and competition.


MBST is a sustainable therapy that can reduce the risk of relapses, new injuries and long-term damage.





Spinal Disc Problems


Spinal Disorders and Back Pain: 

Spinal disorders are very common and are usually caused by the degeneration of the spine or intervertebral discs, a process which is often accelerated by an unhealthy lifestyle and not enough exercise.


Cartilage Degeneration and the consequences:

Healthy cartilage surrounding the intervertebral discs regenerates constantly, preventing damage to the back. If the cartilage cells of the spinal discs lack the required energy, or if their cell metabolism is disturbed, their natural repair mechanisms can no longer function. This can lead to the degeneration of the cartilage, often resulting in very painful herniated discs - most commonly in the neck and lower back.

Symptoms include:

  • severe radiating pain, 

  • tingling, 

  • numbness, 

  • muscular movement disorders and in extreme cases, 

  • paralysis (in extreme cases)


How can MBST help with back pain?

MBST directly targets the cartilage degeneration in order to stimulate cartilage regrowth. It does this by transferring energy to the targeted area in order to regenerate the damaged tissue cells of the spinal column and the intervertebral discs.







What is Osteoporosis?

Osteoporosis is a common skeletal condition that affects bone metabolism and drastically reduces bone density and mass. It can go unnoticed for a long time, but as it progresses, the bones become brittle and susceptible to easy breaks, which can severely affect mobility and quality of life.


How it develops:

The body constantly transforms and rebuilds bone mass. It naturally removes old and damaged bone tissue before replenishing it with newly formed tissue. Osteoporosis throws this process out of balance: bone tissue cells are broken down faster than they can be replaced by newly formed ones, which results in a steady decrease in bone density.


The occurrence of osteoporosis can be influenced by factors such as smoking, alcohol, poor diet, lack of exercise and certain medications.


How MBST can help with Osteoporosis?

MBST stimulates specific cells at a molecular level, encouraging the bone tissue cells to regenerate more quickly, so as to better replace the lost ones. This helps to rebuild the bone density whilst reducing the brittleness, offering both anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effects, allowing for a more active life.

Pain Reduction


  • Artralgia, dorsalgia, omalgia, sciatica, sacralgia, mialgia, ostealgia



  • Osteochondrosis dissecans

  • Pseudarthrosis

  • Patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS)

  • Stabilisation of loosened joint endoprostheses

  • In case of incompatibility with bisphosphonates

Muscle and Tendons


  • Insertion tendinopathy

  • Tendinopathy

  • Enthesiopathy

  • Achilles tendinopathy

  • Medial epicondylitis (golfer’s elbow)

  • Epicondylitis radialis (tennis elbow)

  • Impingement syndrome

  • Labrum injuries

  • Plantar fasciitis

  • Tendinosis calcarea (calcific tendonitis) 

  • Patellar tip syndrome

  • Whiplash

  • FAI - Femoroacetabular impingement

  • Partial ruptures

Prevention Use


  • For joint and back pain

  • For muscle, ligament and tendon pain

  • Partial body osteoporosis

Bone Metabolism Disorders


  • Partial body osteoporosis

  • Osteopenia 

  • Oedema

  • Osteonecrosis   

Arthritis and Cartilage Treatments


  • Pre-arthritis

  • Post-traumatic arthritis

  • Polyarthritis

  • Osteochondral lesions

  • Chondromalacia patellae (CMP)

  • Spondylarthropathies

  • Arthritis types: gonarthrosis, omarthrosis, spondylarthrosis,

  • iliosacral arthritis, Heberden’s nodes, Bouchard’s nodes, hallux rigidus, hallux values, rhizarthrosis, radoiocarpal arthritis, and coeliac arthritis.

  • Osteochondrosis intervertebralis 

  • Cartilage repair 

Post-operative Use


  • After arthroscopy

  • After corrective osteotomy

  • After TEP implantation



  • Stabilisation and regeneration of ligaments

  • Ligament stretching

  • Ligament lesions

  • Partial rupture ligaments

Acceleration of Healing Process


  • After bone fractures

  • After chondrocyte transplantation 

  • After endoprosthesis surgery

  • For micro-fractures

  • Regeneration of muscles and tendons



  • In early stages: 7 hours

  • In advanced stages: 9 hours

  • For post surgical: 5/7/9 hours

  • After cartilage transplantation: 7 hours 

Muscles, Tendons and Ligaments 


  • Acute injuries to muscles and tendons: 5 hours

  • Chronic discomfort in muscles and tendons: 7 hours

  • Acute injuries to ligaments: 5 hours

  • Chronic discomfort in ligaments: 9 hours

Intervertebral Discs


  • All indications: 9 hours



  • All indications: 9 hours

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