Characteristics of shoulder joint arthralgia (arthrosis): It is a degenerative joint disease. Arthralgia primarily affects the articular cartilage; after it is damaged, bone spurs may grow on the edges of the joint. Secondarily, arthralgia may also damage the ligaments and soft tissues around the joint. Such damage leads to joint deformation, limitation of mobility, and pain. Ageing, congenital changes in the joints, traumatic changes, overexertion and metabolic effects are among the factors that contribute to the development of arthralgia (shoulder arthrosis). Complex treatment is required, including medications, surgery, corrective treatment, rehabilitation and spa procedures.
Using magnetic therapy in arthralgia (shoulder arthrosis)
This is one of the basic diagnoses for the use of low-frequency pulsed magnetic therapy. It is successfully used due to its analgesic, anti-swelling, anti-inflammatory and healing effects. Magnetic therapy helps improve mobility and slow down further damage to the joints in chronic patients, and provides overall pain relief.
Application of magnetic therapy in arthralgia (shoulder arthrosis)
In arthralgia (shoulder arthrosis), magnetic therapy is applied using the special shoulder applicator. Initially, we preferably use treatment to manage pain at low frequencies of 4-6 Hz, and once pain reduction is achieved, the treatment can be combined with regenerative programs from 25-50 Hz.