Acute and Chronic Pain

Pain can be debilitating and is a constant problem for long or short-term sufferers, many of whom live in a vicious circle of pain and fear of a renewed attack. Damaged joints, muscles, ligaments, tendons, bones and nerves and the resulting pain can severely impair the quality of life.

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Back Pain

Back pain is widespread and one of the most common reasons for consulting a doctor or the inability to work. Nearly every third adult person suffers from frequent or permanent back complaints for numerous reasons.

Spinal disorders are a very common problem and are usually caused by the degeneration of the spine or intervertebral discs.

Joint Pain

Joint wear or osteoarthritis is the prominent joint disease that causes pain. Common causes include: acute joint inflammations (rheumatoid arthritis, gout, bursitis or borreliosis) and injuries such as sprains, wrenches, torn ligaments or pathological weight bearing.

Joint and muscle complaints are often the result of old and unhealed sports injuries or long-term pathological stress.

Wound Pain

Wound pain is connected to or develops from the healing process. Chronic wounds are usually accompanied by a more or less severe wound pain. A partial or complete disorder of the experience of pain can be caused by diabetic PNP (polyneuropathy), which may result in delayed diagnosis of inflammations.

Nerve Damage & Pain

Nerves are composed of an integrative tissue that interconnects all the elements of the human body, so injuries and damage to the nerve can lead to acute, subacute, or chronic debilitating pain. Unsuccessful therapy attempts often massively limit the quality of life and cause a depressed mood, anxiety and a reduced performance capacity.

How MBST Treats Pain

MBST® is a scientifically confirmed, painless and stress-free way to treat acute and chronic pain. The technology works on the physical principle of magnetic resonance, in which hydrogen nuclei take up energy and then partially release it into the surrounding tissue. MBST stimulates various biophysical processes and triggers anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effects.

A highly significant reduction of the subjectively experienced intensity of pain and a sharp decline of pain frequency in various clinical pictures was apparent in studies. These effects are often verified years after the treatment.

MBST has been used in the treatment of spinal injuries, sciatica (nerve decompression), nerve paralysis, herniated discs, advanced spondyloarthrosis, stenosis, carpal tunnel syndrome, and restless leg syndrome. MBST has successfully helped the functional and structural recovery of the nerve and lead to the significant improvement of mobility and functionality, pain relief, and improved strength and sensitivity.

No Surgery

No Drugs

No Injections

No I.V. Infusions

No Side Effects or Interactions

No Radiation

In many cases, MBST can prevent the need for surgery and longterm medication.

As Clinic Manager, I really enjoy seeing the patient journey- their transformation that occurs when the pain and discomfort that brought them to us is relieved, and they can go back to doing what they love
– Julia Tisdale, Clinic Manager – At the Core, Bath

MBST Devices

For the treatment of Pain
Arthro Spin Flex

MBST treatment bed for shoulder, back, spine, intervertebral discs, hip, leg, double-knee

Arthro Spin Lift

MBST treatment unit for arm, elbow, hand, finger, leg, knee, foot and toes

Open System 350

MBST treatment unit for arm, elbow, hand, finger, leg, knee, foot and toes

Pro Mobil

Mobile MBST therapy system for shoulder, spine, arm, elbow, hand, finger, hip, leg, knee, feet and toes

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the side effects of MBST therapy?

There have been no reported side effects of MBST therapy since it was first applied internationally in 1998.

Will I immediately feel better after treatment?

Scientific evaluations show that in more than 80% of cases, patient’s pain was significantly reduced after 3-5 therapy sessions. It may take up to 10 weeks for patients to see consistent improvements from the MBST treatment.

How long does the effect of the MBST therapy last, and can the treatment be repeated?

Patient data shows significantly reduced pain and a subsequent increase in patient’s ability to perform everyday activities with ease, which should last for years after the treatment. Top up treatments are available after a year, depending on the severity of the initial injury.

Is MBST available on the NHS?

MBST therapy is a private treatment and is not currently available on the NHS.

NICE recognises MBST (MRT) as a safe treatment and is registered by the MHRA. You can find our registration here.

For MBST treatment costs and further information on what to expect, please click here.

Where's my nearest MBST clinic?

With several locations around the UK, MBST Medical provides access to outstanding technology and quality care for every patient. Our facilities are operated by healthcare professionals from various disciplines, offering a range of treatments alongside the MBST process as part of their recovery and wellness programmes.

Find you nearest clinic here

How can we help?

If you would like to know more about how MBST can help you please fill out our simple enquiry form or book a free online consultation call

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