THE MBST THERAPY APPROACH

MBST therapy has an active approach in the treatment of degenerative diseases. In the treatment of injuries and other indications, MBST is used for its anti-inflammatory, pain-relieving effects and to actively accelerate healing processes. It is also an optimal supplement in post-surgical, post-in-patient and rehabilitation accompanying treatment strategies for all aspects of the musculoskeletal system.

 

The MBST Therapy Approach for the Treatment of Osteoarthritis

 

The metabolism is the basis of all vital body processes and requires a lot of energy. This energy is also needed in cartilage tissue to form, preserve and repair. If the cartilage cells lack energy, endogenous repair mechanisms can no longer be performed and cartilage degeneration occurs.

Chondrocytes of various sizes, shapes and metabolic activity are found in different zones of hyaline cartilage. Each chondrocyte is responsible for maintaining the extracellular matrix and metabolism in its direct vicinity. Defects in the articular cartilage affect the repair mechanism due to insufficient matrix metabolism. For this reason, the cartilage cells must increase their metabolism to keep the ECM metabolism going. In the degenerative arthritic process, the chondrocytes can no longer compensate for the degenerated cartilage and this can result in an irreparable and complete loss of the cartilage layer. This is where magnetic resonance therapy can be applied successfully. The MBST therapy system has been developed to transfer energy to the cartilaginous tissue in a targeted manner. The objective is to increase the metabolism and thereby re-trigger the body’s own repair mechanisms and regeneration processes. MBST therapy directly tackles one of the causes of osteoarthritis.

 

The MBST Therapy Approach for the Treatment of Osteoporosis

 

Bone tissue also needs a lot of energy. The bone undergoes a continuous transformation to maintain its structure and function (bone remodelling). To keep the bone mass constant, osteoclasts resorb bone tissue and osteoblasts rebuild it. If this is not regulated properly, increased bone degeneration (high turnover) or decreased bone metabolism (low turnover) can result in a loss of bone matter. The active therapy approach of MBST aims at a reduction of bone breakdown and a stimulation of bone build-up. The osteo therapy sequences were developed to enable a targeted energy transfer into the bone tissue. The aim is an increased metabolism and a renewed activation of repair mechanisms in respect of the regeneration processes. MBST therapy thus directly tackles one of the causes of osteoporosis.

 

The MBST Therapy Approach for the Treatment of Intervertebral Disc Conditions

 

Just like any other part of the body, over the course of time your intervertebral discs will be affected by the ageing process. Like wrinkles appearing on your skin, the discs in your spine will degenerate too. In some people, this common degenerative process will lead to pain and stiffness, and in some cases, where damage occurs further, surgery may be required. Conventionally, intervertebral discs suffer from poor blood supply which impairs healing. However, MBST can help by transferring energy in a targeted manner to the tissue of the intervertebral discs. This energy stimulates the metabolism of the respective cells to trigger the body’s own repair mechanisms and regeneration processes.  Rather than purely following a symptomatic treatment approach, MBST focuses on the cause of the issue and encourages cellular proliferation. It can reduce pain, increase mobility and hopefully prevent the need for surgery.

 

The MBST Therapy Approach for the Treatment of Sports Injuries

 

Molecular biological wound healing processes are complex and interminable. Months can pass until a muscle, tendon or ligament injury has healed completely because the repair and regeneration processes are very slow due to the sedate metabolism of the damaged tissues. This is where the MBST magnetic resonance technology finds its use. The targeted energy transfer to damaged tissue is intended to stimulate the metabolism of cells as well as to trigger and promote the body’s own repair mechanisms or regeneration processes in order to shorten healing processes in a sustainable way. The objective of the MBST therapy is to enable fast but also safe return to training, competition and work. Thanks to an accelerated resumption of activities, downtimes can be significantly shortened.

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