Europe's Leading Men's Health Shockwave Clinic
Magnetotransduction Therapy (EMTT®)
Extracorporeal Magnetotransduction Therapy (EMTT®) is a non-invasive treatment that has been specially developed for treating musculoskeletal (MSK) pain and other disorders.
This cutting-edge advanced treatment is now available at our clinic. We either use it alone or in conjunction with our Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) equipment. Already we have found that EMTT combined with Shockwave Therapy is a ‘game changer’ for many people struggling with chronic conditions.
While we regularly use EMTT in our clinic to treat conditions in conjunction with physiotherapy, we are also using it to treat our Erectile Dysfunction and Peyronie’s Disease patients.
Damaged Cells Recover Faster With EMTT Treatment
The equipment we use is the Magnetolith EMTT, it is the only CE approved electromagnetic therapy for the treatment of MSK diseases of the muscle, bone, joints, nerves, tendons, and tissues.
The Magnetolith EMTT is capable of generating a wide range of frequencies at varying levels of power and this allows us to set precise adjustments most suitable for your treatment.
What Happens During EMTT Treatment?
Treatment is usually fast and comfortable and depending on the treatment being undertaken lasts approximately twenty to thirty minutes.
The loop of the EMMT applicator is placed directly above or around the part of the body being treated, direct skin contact is not necessary.
Treatment is usually repeated up to eight times over a number of weeks depending on your condition and the advice of our specialists.
A study done by Zablotskii et al (2016)* discusses how various mechanical stimuli exerted on cells induce changes in plasma membrane tension, eliciting Piezo channel opening. The resulting cation influx can trigger sensory neuron firing or activation of intracellular calcium signalling pathways such as adenosine triphosphate/nitric oxide (ATP/NO) release by endothelial cells.
This indicates beneficial effects for Erectile Dysfunction sufferers.
*(Zablotskii, V., Polyakova, T., Lunov, O. and Dejneka, A., 2016. How a high-gradient magnetic field could affect cell life. Scientific reports, 6(1), pp.1-13.
Frequently Asked Question's About EMTT Treatment
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