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The magnetotherapy is indicated in the treatment of both acute and chronic pain, producing circulatory, analgesic and cicatrizant benefits. This therapy is now a largely employed as a therapeutic treatment in traumatology, rheumatology, phlebology, dermatology, gynaecology and other application fields, with remarkable results.

The magnetic fields have a regulatory action on the endocrine and nervous system involving the endo-cellular structures and the cytoplastic membrane by modifying the altered ionic distribution and restoring it. The action of magnetotherapy devices is based on the scientific principles of pulsed magnetic fields at very low frequency, which are among the most studied and used in scientific literature. In general, the pulsed electromagnetic fields that are mainly used for therapy have the characteristic of having a low frequency and variable intensity. The therapeutic effect of electromagnetic fields causes biological effects only in certain frequency parameters used in clinical applications.

Magnetotherapy equipment generates a low frequency magnetic field (adjustable from 1 to 100 Hz) and intensity up to 100 Gauss per single output, which generates beneficial effects especially on tissue regeneration and bone tissue. Magnetotherapy is an excellent treatment and numerous researches since the 70's demonstrate the effectiveness of this therapy. It is effective first of all for fractures where it has a piezoelectric mechanical vibratory effect that promotes the formation of new bone callus, it is also very indicated for osteoporosis and it is also used with good results on knee arthrosis.

There are also some contraindications in which this therapy should be avoided: vascular disorders, tumors in active phase, pacemakers and pregnancy.


  • Recent fractures that are slow to consolidate: The magnetic fields stimulate osteogenetic activity at the fracture fissure, speeding up consolidation times for fractures in a very high percentage of cases. The process of healing bone discontinuity occurs by inducing a piezo-electrical effect in the connecting structures and improving local circulatory conditions.
  • Pseudarthrosis: It has been shown that magnetic fields are effective in treating pseudarthrosis.
  • Sudeck’s disease and Osteoporosis: Magnetotherapy has been found to be effective in 80% of cases of Sudeck’s disease and 70% of osteoporosis cases.
  • Inflammatory and degenerative arthropathy: Magnetotherapy is indicated for treating both inflammatory and degenerative type arthropathy. Positive results have been achieved with rheumatoid arthritis localized in the hands and knees, in spondylitis ankylopoietica, gonarthrosis, and lumbar arthrosis.
  • Obliterating arteriopathy: Magnetic fields are effective in vascular pathologies, thanks to their effect on blood flow and micro circulation.
  • Decubitus wounds: The biostimulating effect justifies the use of magnetotherapy in this pathology. Very long treatments are required.
  • Psoriasis: Psoriasis responds positively to this therapy in 60% of cases.


  • Skin wounds / ulcers
  • Infections/Inflammations
  • Muscle spasms / circulatory alterations
  • Arthrosis, Rheumatism
  • Stimulation of the hormonal and lymphatic system


The applied magnetic fields used in medicine are either low frequency or very low frequency fields (0-100 Hz) with variable intensities of between 5 and 100 gauss (ELF = extremely low frequency).

These are “variable” magnetic fields, that is to say, they are produced by inputting a variable current into the circuit (the solenoid), which can be modified to generate different types of waveforms and therefore create different types of magnetic fields. The most important phenomenon evident in biological tissue exposed to a pulsated magnetic field is the contextual rise of induced micro-currents.

But how do these micro-currents interact with the body? An injurious event, a trauma for example, determines a de-polarization of these proteinaceous structures with a reduction in the transmembraneous electric potential of the cell. The micro-currents induced by magneto-therapy re-polarize the biopolymers and therefore re-establish the correct electric potential, accelerate ionic movements, reactivate enzymatic kinetics and, in short, reintegrate the tissular function.


Generally speaking it has been demonstrated that the use of :

  1. Medium intensities of magnetic fields, above 40 gauss, largely has an anti-edemigene effect and causes the stimulation of tissular repair, therefore proving useful in acute pathologic conditions either as an "attack" therapy or for chronic resistant problems.
  2. Low intensities, of less than 30 gauss, has a lissive effect and induces increased hematic flow for opening the pre-capillary sphincters and enlarging the circulatory bed (probably also mediated by stimulation of the hypothalamus) as well as an analgesic effect;




Fractures at risk of pseudo-arthrosis
Delayed fracture consolidation
Lesions of soft tissues (contusions, distorsions, burns)
Cutaneous injuries


Degenerative rheumatisms
Inflammatory rheumatisms
Fibromyalgic rheumatisms


Lower limb peripheral arteriopathies
Bedsores and venous ulcers


Post-herpetic neuralgia
Sciatic neuralgia


Dermatitis (atrophic)


Senile and post-menopausal osteoporosis


Knee arthrosis
Vertebral arthrosis
Strain backache
Scapular-humeral periarthritis (also calcific)


  • Patients with cardiac rhythm disorders
  • Presence of metal prostheses (screws, cramps, pins) or clips (that are ferromagnetic)
  • Patients fitted with pacemakers
  • Dermatitis: slight rosacea – of greater or lesser intensity,
  • Epileptic patients even when undergoing pharmacological treatment;
  • Neuro-vegetative system pathologies;
  • Patients with general nervous disorders (hysterical or anxious-depressed subjects);
  • Pregnancy
  • Patients with particularly heavy menstrual cycles: the vasodilating effect of magneto-therapy may further increase an already heavy flow.
  • Open hemorrhoids and vascular lesions in general: for the same reasons as mentioned in the preceding point.
  • Patients fitted with intrauterine devices (spiral).
  • Patients with mycotic infections.
  • Other secondary effects may arise due to commonly occurring manifest hypersensitivity to electro-magnetic fields. This produces quite variable symptomatology which may consist of slight or marked asthenia, irritation, metal tastes and/or insomnia,
  • Fever or thermoregulation disorders



Magnetic Field Concentrator is an exclusively patented innovation who drastically reduces the electromagnetic contamination generated by solenoids for magnetic therapy – an appreciable improvement in both quality and safety in the workplace.


The instrumental measurements showed that using the MFC patent the electromagnetic pollution of the surranding space is reduced by more than 85%.


Electromedical equipment

Introduction - Vacuum therapy - WOK trolley - C.R.E.T. therapy - Shockwave therapy - Laser therapy - High intensity laser therapy - Scanning laser therapy - Low level laser therapy - Electrotherapy - Ultrasound therapy - Combined therapy - Magneto therapy - Radar therapy - Pressotherapy - Traction therapy - TENS units - Thermotherapy

Brochure, Ed. Dec. 2023, English. 60 pages.

Document date: 01/12/2023
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