Super inductive system, electromagnetic pain therapy

Super inductive system

Super inductive system, electromagnetic therapy

Focus Fizikal presents the Super Inductive System (SIS), the latest technology based on a high-intensity electromagnetic field that has a positive effect on human tissue. Therapeutic effects include pain reduction, fracture healing, muscle relaxation, myostimulation and joint mobilization.

Reduction of pain was observed in 87% of patients and 62% of patients already felt a significant improvement after the FIRST treatment!

Therapeutic effects of SIS magnets:

Fracture healing: the high-intensity electromagnetic field improves the blood supply to the affected area and promotes callus formation. Indirectly, there is an increase in the mineralization of the connective tissue, which starts the bone remodeling process. It can be applied over clothing and plaster

Muscle stimulation: due to the action of the electromagnetic field inside the neuromuscular tissue, depolarization of nerve fibers and muscle contraction occurs. By using a specific frequency for stimulation, muscle strengthening is achieved. Through repetitive contractions of the muscles surrounding the joint, release from joint blockage can be achieved.

By reducing spasm: by acting on the affected motor control centers in the spinal cord, the increased muscle tone is inhibited, which leads to a reduction in spasm.

Joint mobilization: achieved by repetitive contractions of the muscles surrounding the joint capsule. This repetitive contraction replaces the manual mobilization of the joint, resulting in joint recovery.

SIS targets neuromuscular tissue and can be used to treat acute and chronic pain conditions of the musculoskeletal and nervous systems.

Who is the ideal patient for the Super Inductive System?

The super inductive system can help relieve acute pain conditions such as sciatica, herniated disc, chronic knee pain, spastic patients, muscle weakness following ACL reconstruction, nerve regeneration after injuries, tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, tendinopathy in pain conditions knees and patella, prevention of muscle atrophy ...