MAGNETIC MUSCLE STIMULATOR
What is magnetic muscle stimulator?
The magnetic muscle stimulator has become part of 21st century training and recovery methods. It is used by both professional and amateur athletes, as well as by people recovering after surgery to improve muscle balance, strengthen muscles and relieve nerve pain.
The method is effective.
Half an hour using the stimulator is like ten and a half hours of training.
Muscle building is a long process that requires commitment, constant and smart training and adequate rest. Recovery from injuries and overstrain can take weeks and months.
Loss of muscle mass due to surgery or injury can have significant negative effects on overall health condition.
Therefore, athletes and people recovering after surgery or injury use magnetic muscle stimulation to minimize negative effects and accelerate recovery.
Who is magnetic muscle stimulation intended for?
The method is trusted by professional and amateur athletes, but anyone can benefit from using the stimulator.
A magnetic muscle stimulator is also a great help during post-stroke recovery, e.g. for those who need to re-learn basic motor functions.
How does magnetic muscle stimulation work?
Magnetic muscle stimulation uses non-invasive magnetic fields to make muscle cells behave as if they were undergoing training, which makes muscles adapt and heal at a much faster rate.
A therapy device intended for muscle regeneration sends signals to the targeted muscles to contract them. Repeated contractions improve blood flow, which helps repair injured muscles.
As this method activates the muscle fibre in an irregular order, more intense training is allowed from the start, which helps to grow the muscle at a faster pace.
Advantages of magnetic muscle stimulationUnlike conventional weight training, magnetic stimulation does not put extra pressure on the joints and can be used after an injury or in case of joint pain. Unlike more rudimentary electrode therapies, magnetic stimulation is not painful at all.
The method allows you to quickly restore muscle tone, increase muscle mass and lose fat, raise the ability to burn calories and speed up metabolism.
You build up your muscles
The stimulator is designed so that all impulses reach the target. It’s easy and secure.
Using magnetic stimulation can help improve posture due to the fact that it trains your back, abdomen and shoulders.
Toned body and skin
The method helps keep muscles toned, burns fat and reduces cellulite. The metabolism of muscle and connective tissues improves and this also leads to tightening and toning of the skin.
Balanced body parts
Magnetic stimulation can also be used when one side of the body is less developed than the other.
“Time is money”, especially in today’s fast-paced world. With magnetic stimulation, you get results up to ten times faster.
Results of magnetic muscle stimulation
- Activates blood circulation
- Helps relieve nerve pain
- Relieves joint pain and swelling
- Prevents and relieves muscle atrophy (loss of muscle mass / tissue)
- Enhances muscle recovery
- Increases the range of motion of tense muscles or tendons
- Improves tissue recovery
- Promotes weight loss as more active muscle fibre requires more energy, which burns more calories even at rest
What does the procedure relieve?
Magnetic stimulation is often used in the following cases:
- back pain
- dysphagia (difficulty swallowing)
- fibromyalgia or chronic muscle pain
- joint pain
- muscle strengthening (mostly for athletes such as long distance runners), muscle injury from trauma or illness
- inflammation of the nerves
- weak muscles
- spinal cord injury
- recovery from surgery
Combine magnetic stimulation with other activities
The method is not a panacea for muscle growth and recovery. Rather, it is part of a variety of physiotherapy options.
Therapy could be combined with the following activities:
- muscle strengthening exercises using weights, obstacle courses, workout machines and one’s own weight
- stretching and flexibility exercises
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