Characteristics of Parkinson's disease (Parkinson's): Parkinsonian syndrome (Parkinson's), also known as hypokinetic-rigid syndrome or hypertonic-hypokinetic syndrome, is an extrapyramidal syndrome and develops due to a nigrostriatal dopaminergic deficiency, dopamine receptor blockade or damage to the putamen.
We distinguish primary (Parkinson's disease and other neurodegenerative diseases) and secondary Parkinson's syndrome (drug induced, vascular, toxic, in metabolic diseases, in endocrinopathies, posttraumatic, in normotensive hydrocephalus). Parkinson's is manifested by a reduced range of mobility, delayed or impaired start of movement, tremor, impaired gait, limitation of facial expressions, writing disorders, speech disorders, etc.
Using magnetic therapy in Parkinson’s disease
In Parkinson’s disease, rehabilitation therapy with Biomag low-frequency pulsed magnetic therapy and application methods are similar to those in all degenerative diseases of the central nervous system (such as multiple sclerosis). Therapy should be applied to the entire spinal column area and to the head repeatedly using daily “CNS degeneration” programs. We prefer lower and middle frequencies of 2-25 Hz to relieve rigidity alternately with stimulating frequencies.
My wife uses Biomag for Parkinson's disease. We are very happy with the device.Pavel Pospíšil, Opava
My patient suffers from Parkinson's disease. Every day we focus on reflective massage and we use the Biomag. At present, there is a noticeable improvement, she is easier to move, and on the psychological side, progress can be seen.Dagmar Leneková, Bratislava
I use the device for Parkinson's disease, I feel relief.Jan Maděrič, Lednice
Application of magnetic therapy in Parkinson’s disease
In Parkinson’s disease, daily application programs are recommended using frequency ranges of 2-25 Hz and 50-81 Hz, which have vasodilatory, muscle relaxation and stimulation effects. A suitable solenoid should be used on the head, and a flat applicator on the spinal column.
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Parkinson’s disease and magnetic therapy – queries
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