Torsion therapy with a magnetic field reduces pain and stops inflammation, has preventive and healing properties, provides health, youth, energy, stress resistance and longevity.
The magnetic “Mishin-Rodin Coil”, unlike other coils, has practically no magnetic field component. It has a pronounced analgesic effect for the joints (4-5 times stronger than other coils) and also has a very good effect on the most delicate structures of the whole body.
What is useful and what helps?
The electrovortex “MISHIN-RODIN COIL” is used to get rid of many diseases, such as:
arthritis and arthrosis
fractures and non-healing ulcers
gastritis and stomach ulcer
chronic fatigue or insomnia
otitis and rhinitis
eye diseases; hypertension
urinary tract diseases
burns and cuts
varicose veins and thrombophlebitis
Algorithm and methods of application
The easiest and fastest way is to use small-sized portable devices. Electrovortex “MISHIN-RODIN COILS” are applied to the diseased area of the body, generating a vortex electric field of the required frequency. The required mode and exposure time can be set independently.
Results and required number of sessions
How often can Coils be used? The course of procedures can be from 10 to 20 days, depending on the severity of the disease. Therapy in stationary devices is carried out no more than 2-3 times a week, and at home – daily. Between courses, an interval of 1-3 weeks is required, after which the procedure is repeated. The effect of this application occurs after the first 3-4 sessions and lasts for 14-20 days.
Between courses, an interval of 1-3 weeks is required, after which the procedure is repeated. The effect of this application occurs after the first 3-4 sessions and lasts for 14-20 days.
Rehabilitation and care
Therapy should be carried out under the supervision of a specialist. Apply such recovery even in cases where other physiotherapy is contraindicated. But in this case, there are also a number of prohibitions. If the procedure is prescribed by a doctor, then there will be no rehabilitation measures.