The diamagnetic pump represents the main instrumental evolution in the field of non-invasive rehabilitation medicine.
DIAMAGNETIC THERAPY by using the diamagnetic pump (2 Hz) and low frequency magnetic fields (7 Hz).
Diamagnetism is a type of magnetism where it opposes the direction of its molecular components against the applied magnetic fields, receiving a repulsive force. Diamagnetism is a property, by its nature, of body fluids, cell structures and substructures, and many drug molecules. This property allows very fast, effective and selective biological effects, and whose application is neither invasive nor painful.
Each pathology evolves in a specific way and must be adjusted to the therapy so that the latter is immediately and constantly effective. Diamagnetic therapy allows the following process to be carried out in the anatomical and pathological phase of cell damage. In addition, it allows real-time inspection of tissue reaction in stimulation processes.
Diamagnetic therapy, also called MDA (Molecular Diamagnetic Acceleration) is:
A non-invasive and completely painless therapy
A therapy adaptable to the developing complexity of the pathology after trauma or in the pre- and postoperative phases.
A technique that allows intervention in damaged skin (sores, diabetic foot, postoperative wounds) without the need for direct contact with the skin.
A technique that allows intervention in case of prolonged immobilization (directly on bandages, orthopedic devices, plaster) without the need for direct contact with the skin.
A technique capable of implanting drugs without needles or electric current with a great advantage for the patient in terms of comfort and repeatability of the intervention.