magnetotherapy


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mag·ne·to·ther·a·py

(mag-nē'tō-thār'ă-pē),
Attempted treatment of disease by application of magnets or induced magnetic fields.

magnetotherapy

An obsolete therapeutic modality of uncertain efficacy, consisting of the use of magnets to treat “ill humours”.

magnetotherapy

(mag-ne?to-ther'a-pe) [? + therapeia, treatment]
Application of magnets or magnetism in treating diseases.
Synonym: magnetic field therapy.
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The K = [E.sub.in]/B parameter in skin of head model of hearing implant user for magnetic flux density (B) values according to its evaluation method near the surface of magnetotherapy applicator of 25 cm in diameter Ryc.
Czernicki, "Effect of low frequency magnetic fields used in magnetotherapy and magneto-stimulation on the rehabilitation results of patients after ischemic stroke," Przegl.d Lekarski, vol.
Subjective pain and physical fitness in female osteoarthritis patients treated with magnetotherapy and kinesitherapy.
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The Olympic Training Centre in Spala is regarded as one of the most advanced centres in Europe, with extensive sports facilities: an athletics stadium, a tennis court, basketball and volleyball courts, an indoor swimming pool, weights room, cryo-rehabilitation rooms, electrotherapy, physiotherapy and magnetotherapy rooms.
All coils are connected with the outputs of apparatus for magnetotherapy, which can be situated under the bed for magnetotherapy.
The neurologist discharged me six months after I started to use magnetotherapy and I have never looked back."
Heeding complaints from professionals in medicine, biomedical engineering, and biophysics that much of the literature concerning electrotherapy (or magnetotherapy) does not adequately address scientific issues or their links to applications, O'Clock (emeritus, electrical engineering, Minnesota State U.
Lowering of the level of negative residual effects of chemo-and radiotherapy combined with coded (multiple-frequency) magnetotherapy. In I International Congress "New medical technologies." Digest of Papers, 68-72, Sankt-Petersburg: Russian Academy Sciences Publisher.
She then has a 15-minute session with her magno-cap, a metallic hat that gives her transcranial magnetotherapy. This places a magnetic charge over the left side of her skull, relieving depression.
Patients were divided into 3 groups: magnetotherapy ([n.bar] = 161), nonmagnetotherapy ([n.bar] = 23) and point compression group ([n.bar] = 22).