Transcutaneous Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)
Regenerative physical therapy is an innovative medical approach with higher efficiency than conventional physical therapy. For example, ultrasound heat superficially penetrates the skin and cannot repair skin cells, while magnetic waves from Transcutaneous Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) penetrates much deeper.
The non-surgical solution for spinal pain
Transcutaneous Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) emits a magnetic wave which can help relieve nerve pain plus many other kinds of acute or chronic pain. Magnetic wave of 300 Tesla can deeply penetrate into the organs. High-power magnetic field and pulse field triggers change in the nervous system and muscle functions. The wave penetrates deeply without damaging the surrounding organs and tissues.
What diseases can be treated by TMS?
TMS can treat neurological disorders, such as numbness or pain in the limbs or stabbing pain from neck to arms, paresis, difficulty in walking and more. TMS, in conjunction with shock wave and high-power laser therapy, stimulates the nervous system.
Before the treatment, the physician would thoroughly inquire the patient’s history plus check the body to assess the suitability and safety of the treatment. The patient is required to provide their health information regarding the following for the best treatment results:
Metals or medical devices implanted in the body
Epilepsy and mental illness
History of surgery or accident
No preparation is needed by the patient before the treatment. With the physician’s approval, the patient can immediately start the treatment. After the treatment, the patient can perform his or her daily activities as per normal. The physician will determine the number of treatment sessions for each case. Each session takes approximately 30-60 minutes.
Magnetic wave of TMS is specifically emitted from the coil to the targeted spot. So, the effect is limited. It causes no side effects and no pain to surrounding organs. However, TMS is not recommended for patients with epilepsy, patients with metal device or electronic devices in the body (cardioverter defibrillator, electric cochlear and more).