What is EMTT?
Extracorporeal Magnetotransduction Therapy (EMTT) is a noninvasive magnetic therapy that uses high energy electromagnetic pulses to deeply penetrate tissues that are affected. EMTT can also positively affect chemical reactions and in dysfunctional areas, the sodium-potassium pump required in cell processes can be reactivated allowing these processes to be normalized. Treatments tend to last around 20 minutes and 4-8 sessions are needed depending on severity and response to the therapy.
Which Conditions does EMTT Typically Treat?
Patients currently suffering from the following conditions would benefit greatly from EMTT:
Relaxation of muscle spasms
Wear and tear conditions (osteoarthritis, rotator cuff tears, herniated discs)
Joint and tendon inflammation
Chronic pain (back, hip, calves)