Diamagnetic therapy is a non-invasive therapeutic method based on the opposing mechanisms created by the forces of high intensity magnetic fields. When exposed to the action of a magnetic field, the electronic structures of diamagnetic materials undergo molecular motion in the opposite direction to the field itself.
High-intensity magnetic fields can cause cellular re-adaptation and a positive physiological response in many diseases that affect the musculoskeletal system, in addition to significantly reducing treatment times and improving the patient’s quality of life.
Also known as DMA (Diamagnetic Molecular Acceleration), Diamagnetic Therapy offers an innovative form of drug treatment that enables completely painless administration of medications without the use of needles or electrical currents.
The characteristic of magnetic field intensity and pulse emission mode distinguishes diamagnetic therapy from conventional magnetic therapy.
Musculoskeletal injuries, degenerative diseases of the bone and joint system, fractures and nonunions and vascular bone pathologies.
In rheumatic and inflamed states.
As a complement to rehabilitation therapy and prevention treatments for diseases of the musculoskeletal system and neurological diseases.
Pubitis, tendinitis, muscle contractures and tears, sprains and bruises.
Lymphatic, inflammatory and post-traumatic edema.
In exposed skin lesions (wounds and ulcers), for faster tissue regeneration.
The mode of action of diamagnetic therapy
Water is a highly diamagnetic substance, but many other organic substances such as lipids and most plasma proteins also play a key role in human metabolism. The repulsive mechanical force exerted by diamagnetic therapy interacts with these substances at both the extracellular and intracellular levels, promoting edema resolution and tissue repair processes.
The degree of interaction between the diamagnetic pump and the fluid cells of the human body depends on the water environment in which all the biological reactions of the body take place. Interference with body water and electrolyte balance interacts with the systems responsible for maintaining osmotic pressure and electrical potential. Two aspects of fundamental importance in many physiological functions such as neuromuscular activation and nerve impulse conduction.
The main effects of diamagnetic therapy on the extracellular and intracellular matrix involve the activation of the following biological functions: