The first sign of arthrosis is pain in the joints, which inevitably leads to reduced mobility and consequent loss of muscle mass and strength. Muscle loss means reduced shock absorption and increased discomfort in the joints when we move. Deterioration is inevitable. The knee and hip joints and the spinal column are the areas most affected by the deterioration of the muscle and consequent shock absorption around the joint, causing limited mobility and severe pain.
Magnetic therapy is aimed at reducing pain and holding back the degenerative process characteristic of arthrosis. The best results are achieved by combining magnetic therapy with exercise which helps build up muscle around the area affected by arthrosis. Electro stimulation is also recommended for improving muscle strength, without overstraining the joints. Electrotherapy improves vasodilatation and reduces pain, all in all, helping the rehabilitation process.