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How MBST cell regeneration therapy can help with long-term pain relief

PUBLISHED: 13:41 01 May 2019 | UPDATED: 14:11 01 May 2019

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As a non-invasive procedure, MBST has been helping aid long-term pain relief to those suffering with osteoarthritis, sports injuries, spinal disc problems and osteoporosis for more than twenty years

What is MBST therapy and how does it work?

MBST technology is a form of cell regeneration pain therapy used by health professionals and offers long term pain relief with non-invasive treatment for a variety of issues in the musculoskeletal system. Using Magnetic Resonance Therapy, the technology communicates with damaged bones, ligaments, tendons, muscles and cartilage in order to energise the tissue and promote the healing process in a quick but safe way.

Whether you're suffering from back pain, bone pain, a sore joint or any kind of muscle pain, the MBST treatment on offer at Optimum Performance in Camberley is a non-invasive way to promote healing of the affected tissue. It is particularly helpful in the treatment of osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, sports injuries, intervertebral discs problems and even general wear and tear.

One of the main plus-points to having MBST treatment is that no surgery is involved, thus meaning no medicine, injections or painkillers which in turn can help take the stress away from treatment of any musculoskeletal pain. With more than one million treatment hours clocked since its inception over twenty years ago, MBST treatment has shown no side effects.

How long does the treatment take and what is the process?

If you're having treatment at Optimum Performance in Camberley for osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, sports injuries or other musculoskeletal disorders, the patient would first be seen by a physiotherapist for an assessment. This helps gain a clear diagnosis from a health professional and MBST expert. Depending on the result of this assessment, they would then be booked in for MBST treatment. The treatment is done whilst the patient is lying on a bed or chair, so they can sit back and relax without the stress that surgery might usually bring.

Treatment for osteoarthritis will often last for one hour per day for seven consecutive days, although this can slightly vary from case to case. For example, treatment for bone pain can take nine hours, with muscle pain treatment taking between five and seven hours. Usually after around 10 weeks, the patient will begin to feel a difference to the affected area as a result of the cell regeneration in the tissue.

But it's not just the facts and figures to take note of, patients who've had MBST treatment for skeletal and muscle pain have spoken positively of it too: “It's been almost 6 months since I completed my MBST sessions for lower back pain and I haven't once felt that my back was about to give out and floor me again like it used to do,” said Dave Austen.

The same goes for health professionals, too as Ann Clare, a chartered physiotherapist explains: “MBST is gold-dust to my work and enables me to achieve higher levels of patient satisfaction and appreciation with their optimum recovery from sports injuries and musculoskeletal pain.”

If you're suffering from problems caused by osteoarthritis, osteoporosis or any of the aforementioned musculoskeletal issues, you can you can contact Optimum Performance here.

Find out more at www.mbst-therapy.co.uk

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