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Pain Therapy with TheraCell


skelettThe application of the high-energetic impulse therapy - HIT® in the pain therapy is well documented in the last 20 years and the effectiveness of HIT® in different academic centers, double-blind placebo-controlled crossover and randomized studies examined and in scientific reports shown [1].

The areas of application with the pain treatment therapy cover a big therapeutic spectrum. They range from the post operational pain therapy and degenerative cervical spine - and lumbar spine syndromes, joint- osteoarthritis, muscle complaints, cervical syndrome, up to patients with a post polio syndrome.

Because pain perception is a subjective psychic feeling, the quality of the study results are difficult to value. In the meantime, it can be assumed from the fact that the high-energetic impulse therapy - HIT® is valid with the most different diseases as to relieve pain and affects healing-support. With it the clinically effective potential of the HIT® [6] is indicated and with it also the TheraCell® working with this procedure.

Own application observations and reports of the doctors who use TheraCell® show very good results in the treatment of acute pains, muscle injuries (particularly in professional and popular sports) as well as with orthopaedic conditional complaints. Positive results could be achieved of treatment with orthopaedic conditional complaints and were also documented in the areas of gynecology, urology, dermatology and ophthalmology.

In the case of long term existing or chronic complaints a few, regular repeated treatments often have to a clear pain relief, up to the complete decline of the complaints.

1.  M. Quittan , O.S., G. F. Wiesinger und Veronika Fialka-Moser, Klinische Wirksamkeiten der Magnetfeldtherapie. Acta Medica Austriaca, 2002. 27(3): p. 62-68.
2. van Bergen CJ, B.L., de Haan RJ, Sierevelt IN, Meuffels DE, d'Hooghe PR, Krips R, van Damme G, van Dijk CN., Pulsed electromagnetic fields after arthroscopic treatment for osteochondral defects of the talus: double-blind randomized controlled trial. BMC Musculoskelet Disord, 2009. Jul 10;10:83.
3. Tsai, M.T., et al., Modulation of osteogenesis in human mesenchymal stem cells by specific pulsed electromagnetic field stimulation. J Orthop Res, 2009. 27(9): p. 1169-74.
4. Vavken, P., et al., Effectiveness of pulsed electromagnetic field therapy in the management of osteoarthritis of the knee: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. J Rehabil Med, 2009. 41(6): p. 406-11.
5. Kumar, V.S., et al., Optimization of pulsed electromagnetic field therapy for management of arthritis in rats. Bioelectromagnetics, 2005. 26(6): p. 431-9.
6. Markov, M., Expanding use of pulsed electromagnetic field therapies. Electromagn Biol Med, 2007. 26(3): p. 257-74.