Peripheral magnetic stimulation (PMS)

Peripheral magnetic stimulation (PMS) is a non-invasive method of delivering a rapidly pulsed magnetic field of high intensity to the structures of the peripheral nervous system (nerves, nerve nodes, nerve plexuses).

Advantages of the procedure of peripheral magnetic stimulation:

  • does not require the application of electrodes
  • works through clothing
  • reduces painful sensations

How does PMS work?

Magnetic waves stimulate the peripheral nervous system, improving conduction and excitability in nerves, nodes, and plexuses. It decreases inflammation, aiding in the restoration and stabilization of the peripheral nervous system's structures.
What diseases can be treated with PMS?
  • Neuropathies and neuritis

  • Neuralgia

  • Acute and chronic low back pain

  • Myofascial pain syndrome

  • Post-traumatic peripheral neuropathic pain

  • Radiculitis

  • Multiple nerve root injuries: plexus injuries, plexitis / plexopathy

  • Damage to spinal nerves: traumatic nerve damage to the upper and lower extremities

  • Movement disorders due to stroke and traumatic brain injury

  • Vertebrogenic syndromes

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