Osteoporosis Therapy

Osteoporosis Pain Relief Therapy



Currently, various antiosteoporosis drugs have been have proven to be effective in maintaining healthy bone mass and strength [102,104,105]. However, long term use of these drugs may lead to various potential adverse and side effects [106], such as osteonecrosis of the jaw [107], infections [108], hypocalcemia [109], increased risk of certain cancers [110], atrial fibrillation [111], and atypical femoral fractures [112]. In recent years, physical therapy for this kind of disease has got increased attention besides pharmacotherapy [113]. PEMFs, as an efficient physical therapy for various bone disorders [114,115], have been demonstrated to have the potential value in treating OP [24,28,115]. A randomized, active-controlled clinical trial [115] demonstrated that the treatment of postmenopausal OP with PEMFs at specific parameters (8 Hz, 3.82 m T, 40 min/day, and 6 times/week) and alendronate (70 mg/ week) achieved the same therapeutic effect for within 24 weeks.


By inducing a mild electrical magnetic current into damaged cells, PEMF therapy slows or stops the release of pain and inflammatory mediators, increases blood flow of the cells, and re-establishes normal cell interaction. With reduced inflammation, pain decreases, energy increases, and faster tissue healing occurs.




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