What is EMTT
(Extracorporeal Magnetotransduction Therapy)

Extracorporeal Magnetotransduction Therapy (EMTT) is a ground-breaking technology that uses magnetic fields to promote healing and alleviate pain in various musculoskeletal conditions, like Achilles tendonitis, arthritis, and fracture, speeding up the recovery. “Extracorporeal” means that the treatment is applied outside the body, and “magnetotransduction” refers to the process by which cells respond and adapt to magnetic fields.

Conditions Treated with EMTT

EMTT is used to treat a range of musculoskeletal conditions, including but not limited to:

  • Chronic tendonitis
  • Muscle strains and sprains
  • Joint pain and degeneration, like osteoarthritis
  • Bone fractures and stress reactions

Benefits of EMTT

  • Non-invasive: The therapy is applied externally, avoiding the need for injections or surgery.
  • Pain relief: Many patients experience significant reductions in pain.
  • Improved mobility: Reduced pain and inflammation can lead to improved function and mobility.
  • Quick sessions: Treatment sessions are relatively short, often lasting around 15 minutes.
  • No downtime: Patients can typically return to their daily activities immediately after a session.

What is an EMTT Session Like?

During an Extracorporeal Magnetotransduction Therapy (EMTT) session, expect a non-invasive and straightforward procedure lasting about 15-30 minutes. You’ll likely be seated or lying down comfortably while a device emitting magnetic pulses is positioned near the targeted area, without actually touching your skin. These pulses, feeling like a tapping or knocking sensation, aim to stimulate healing and reduce pain in the affected tissues. The procedure is generally pain-free, though some may experience slight discomfort or unusual sensations, adjustable to your comfort level. There’s typically no downtime post-treatment, allowing you to return to daily activities immediately. While responses vary, some may feel immediate relief, while others might require several sessions to notice improvements.

If you’re considering EMTT, it’s important to consult with a healthcare professional who has experience with this therapy. We can provide guidance on whether it’s a suitable treatment for your specific condition and what you can expect from the sessions. As with any medical treatment, a thorough evaluation and a clear understanding of the potential benefits and limitations are crucial.