What is Magnetic Resonance Therapy?
Magnetic Resonance Therapy (MRT) is the treatment of the body through the utilization of electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs).
How does it work?
The Magnesphere creates a very precise, extremely low level magnetic field that is equal to those occurring naturally in the human body. Immersion in this magnetic field rebalances your body at the molecular level and creates a relaxation response.
It helps to reverse the effects of stress on the human body, which activates the body’s ability to heal itself. It accomplishes this through activation of the Vagus nerve which helps to balance the Autonomic Nervous System.
What can it do for me?
It can decrease the symptoms that stress and anxiety have on the body. This may lead to improvement in your health and wellness by addressing the stress related issues of tension, stiffness, inflammation, pain, low energy levels, poor digestion, mood, and sleep. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
What will I experience during my session?
A typical session will last 60 minutes. It involves your relaxation while being immersed in a magnetic field chosen by your practitioner. Many patients feel light sensations throughout the session, such as warmth or tingling, though this is not a requirement for effectiveness. As it enhances your feelings of relaxation, many patients become drowsy and sleep throughout the session.
Does every patient receive the same treatment?
No. Research has found that different human tissues, such as bone, muscle, tendon, nerve etc, respond to different electromagnetic frequencies. Over 100 protocols are utilized to specifically maximize the relaxation response for different types of tissues. Your field strength and protocol is directly chosen by your doctor.
Is it safe?
The device is registered with the FDA as a Class 1 medical device, which is the lowest risk category. The low level magnetic field created is equal to those found naturally in the human body, and is smaller than those you encounter every day.
Is it covered by insurance?
No, but the fees may qualify to be paid from your healthcare flexible spending account.
Are there patients who should not use MRT?
Yes. This therapy should not be administered to patients who have the following conditions:
Implanted electrical stimulators in the brain
Chronic Atrial Fibrillation (poorly controlled)
Congestive Heart Failure
High blood pressure (Poorly controlled)
Sleep Apnea (Poorly controlled)