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Publications

21.03.2017
PEMF therapy in Clinical Plastic Surgery
A very interesting and quite unique study was conducted by a group of american practitioners specializing in aesthetic surgery. Their aim was to find the evidence, if any, of the PEMF therapy efficacy in the rehabilitaion process after plastic surgery in patients with various diagnoses. 
20.02.2017
The role of magnetotherapy in rehabilitational complex of shoulder habitual dislocation treatment
The purpose of this clinical trial was to reduce the disability period in athletes by application of the most effective rehabilitation means suggested by various authors and introduction of new methods, such as «АLMAG-01» device's travelling magnetic field magnetotherapy in particularly.
PULSED ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS IN KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS
Review of a double blind, placebo-controlled, randomized clinical trial aimed to test the effectiveness of a wearable pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF) device in the management of pain in knee OA patients.
MEDICATION-OVERUSE HEADACHE
People who use acute pain-relief medicine more than two or three times a week or more than 10 days out of the month can set off a cycle called ‘medication-overuse headaches’ (MOH).
PULSED ELECTROMAGNETIC ENERGY IN MANAGEMENT OF CHRONIC WOUNDS
The review concluded that there was strong evidence to suggest that pulsed electromagnetic energy had a positive effect on the rate of wound healing.
ALMAG-01 ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT
The research on the magnetic field properties began as early as in 1966 under the Scientific Council for Complex Cybernetic Issues of the Soviet Academy of Sciences.
THE HISTORY OF MAGNETIC THERAPY
This abstract provided by Neurologist Dr. Mapkov D.V., outlines various illnesses that can be treated by means of magnetic therapy, operating principles and the benefits associated with this treatment usage.
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