Magnetotherapy is an instrumental physical therapy based on the application of specific magnetic fields on the body. It is used in the field of veterinary orthopedics for the treatment of unconsolidated fractures and pseudoarthrosis and for the non-invasive treatment of diseases affecting the musculoskeletal system, acting on inflammation and pain and carrying out a restorative action on the bone, muscular and cutaneous tissue.

The pulsed magnetic fields used in this field are generally characterized by low frequency and low intensity.

ADVANTAGES:

– NON-INVASIVE TREATMENT
PAINLESS
– DEEP REPAIRING ACTION

Magnetic fields are normally present in nature and play an essential role in the regulation of vital biological functions as they influence the permeability of the cell membrane and act on the arrangement and orientation of the molecules.

The biological effects of the pulsed magnetic fields are the magneto-electric effect, which consist in the induction of electric currents into the organism, and the magneto-mechanical effect, which induces the displacement of magnetic substances and influences the orientation of the paramagnetic substances, making them align along the vector lines.

THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS

Biostimulation

The biostimulant activity promotes the repair and the cicatrization of tissues thanks to the increase in nutrients and oxygen, to the modulation of cell proliferation and differentiation, as well as to the activation of cellular functions and modulation of the extracellular matrix proteins organization.

Analgesic

The analgesic effect develops through a combination of numerous factors. Magnetotherapy reduces the inflammatory component in the tissues, modulates the conduction of the pain stimulus, reduces muscle contraction and edema and determines the removal of pro-inflammatory markers present in the injured tissue.

Anti-inflammatory and anti-edema

The anti-inflammatory and anti-edema effects are expressed throught the local modulation of the biochemical markers, through a different tissue distribution of the inflammatory cells, a reduction of edema and hemorrhage formation, and through the inhibition of the production of molecules with inflammatory activity.

INDICATIONS OF TREATMENT FOR SMALL ANIMALS

BONE AND JOINT DISEASES (FRACTURES, ARTHROSIS)

DELAY IN FRACTURE CONSOLIDATION

MUSCLE CONTRACTIONS AND AND SPRAINS

SKIN WOUNDS

OSTEOARTHRITIS

SPONDYLOSIS

CONTUSIONS, HEMATOMA

TREATMENT INDICATIONS FOR HORSES

BONE AND JOINT DISEASES (FRACTURES, ARTHROSIS)

DELAY IN FRACTURE CONSOLIDATION

MUSCLE CONTRACTIONS AND SPRAINS

CONTUSIONS, HEMATOMA

OSTEOARTHRITIS

SKIN WOUNDS

BACKACHE

TENDON AND LIGAMENT INJURIES

MAGNETOTHERAPY

ELECTROTHERAPY

ULTRASOUND

LASERTHERAPY

TECAR THERAPY

MAGNETOTHERAPY

ELECTROTHERAPY

ULTRASOUND

LASERTHERAPY

TECAR THERAPY