What You Need To Know About MBST
MBST is a revolutionary form of treatment for pain, problematic joints and many types of sports injuries. It uses the same fundamentals as MRI, but for healing instead of imaging. So, what are the side effects? How long does it take to recover? And, how does it really compare to other approaches?
MBST is a non-invasive therapy with no known side effects. Studies have indicated that patients suffering from pain associated with osteoarthritis have reported a reduction in pain levels post-therapy. Other clinical studies have shown an increase in bone mass density after Magnetic Resonance Therapy.
It uses your body’s own electromagnetic energy, which is generated by stimulating the nuclei in hydrogen atoms. Scientific studies have proven that MBST can activate the cells, which produce cartilage and bones – this cannot currently be achieved by any other treatment.
What can MBST be used for?
MBST can treat several types of injuries and diseases; it can help anyone who has joint pain, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis and osteopenia, as well as athletes with bone and tissue damage. It also benefits those who suffer from chronic diseases known to cause damage to bones and joints, such as arthritis, diabetes, thyroid disease, kidney disease and chronic inflammatory bowel diseases.
Are there any side effects?
Well, in over 180,000 treatments and all clinical trials, MBST has never presented any negative side effects – some patients have even found they’ve slept better at night after the treatment!
How does it compare to medication?
The adverse side effects caused by prolonged use of medication are well documented and drugs are rarely able to achieve an improvement to health with these types of illnesses. MBST has no negative impact on your health, nor can it cause any harm to your body. It can also be applied to the early stage of disease or as a precaution, in order to prevent complications developing at a later stage.
What about surgery?
In most cases of osteoporosis and arthritis, the damage affects more than one place on the body, which means that surgery cannot remove and cure the problem entirely. Medications, therapy and surgery cannot regenerate cartilage and are usually only introduced when joint damage has already advanced.
How long will it take to work?
Some patients report beneficial results the next day but as a general rule, improvement occurs weeks or months after the treatment, as cartilage rebuilds and bone density increases.
How long will it last?
Controlled clinical studies have found MBST to be effective over a period of 12 months. The latest research has also indicated that some patients will maintain these positive effects for over four years. It is well known that until now, the treatment of osteoarthritis has been limited to symptomatic therapy, which has never provided long-term results.
There really is nothing to be scared of – it’s painless, effective and proven to be successful in treating pain and improving symptoms of bone and tissue damage. It can be used as a long-term solution that doesn’t involve the prolonged use of medication and implementing it in an earlier stage of the disease prevents severe damages and significantly reduces the need for surgery.
To book your initial consultation, contact our specialist practitioner, James Scrimshaw on 0117 959 6531.
Our thanks to our partners at Cell Regeneration, Tinwell for providing this resource.