Is Low-Frequency Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Better Than Oral Therapy for Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy?
According to a recent comparative observational study, t he use of low-frequency pulsed electromagnetic field (LF-PEMF) has the potential for managing diabetic peripheral neuropathy better than oral symptomatic drugs, with fewer side effects than those traditional drugs.
Home-based rehabilitation programs after knee arthroplasty found as effective as hospitalization
Traditional beliefs are challenged once again by a recent study. Inpatient hospitalization might not be the only best option when it comes to rehabilitational programs after total knee arthroplasty (TKA). With this type of procedure prevalance increasing considerably over the last 30 years, doctors seek new ways and practices to optimize the existing physiotherapy methods.
Study of «ALMAG®-01» application in patients with diabetic foot syndrome
A study performed under the supervision of the head of physiotherapeutic department in Vladimir region health institution, the leading physiotherapy expert L.A.Chernyavskaya.
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.
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.