Extracorporeal Magnetotransduction Technology (EMTT)
EMTT is evidence-based, non-invasive, and an exceptional complement to EPAT/ESWT. Compared to other magnetic field technology, EMTT distinguishes itself due to its high oscillation frequency of 100 – 300 kHz. This feature allows for deeper penetration (18CM) and a more comprehensive range of applications.
Primary Indications for the Use of EMTT
EMTT can be used to treat numerous musculoskeletal disorders and a variety of pain syndromes. This technology is backed by significant research and has shown to be extremely successful in the regeneration and rehabilitation of complicated conditions. Look with confidence to Extracorporeal Magnetotransduction Technology to treat the dysfunctions listed below:
- Degenerative joint disorders
- Wear and tear conditions such as osteoarthritis (knees, hips, hands, shoulders, elbows), herniated discs, spondylarthrosis
- Pain treatment – Chronic pain, for example, back pain, lumbago, tension, radiculopathy
- Sports injuries – Chronic inflammation of tendons and joints, tendon overuse syndromes, inflammation of the pubic bone
- Relaxation of muscle spasms
- Prevention or retardation of disuse atrophy to temporarily increase local blood circulation in healthy leg muscles
- Immediate post-surgical stimulation of calf muscles to prevent venous thrombosis
- Maintaining or improving range of motion
- Temporary relief of pain associated with sore and aching muscles in the:
– Upper extremities
– Lower extremities
EMTT ease of use and painless for patients
With the introduction of EMTT, and its magnetic field technology, patients will find that treatment with the MAGNETOLITH system is painless and easy for the medical professional to administer. The clear advantages of using EMTT include the following:
- Wide range of applications
- Outpatient procedure
- No need to remove clothing
- No side effects
- Easy to use
EMTT and ESWT combined are impressively effective
EMTT relies on a different operating mechanism than ESWT does, with the two modalities being highly effective when used together. ESWT acts uses high-energy acoustic signals in a local treatment area, while EMTT acts using high-energy electromagnetic radiation in a regional treatment area resulting in absolute maximal coverage.
- High oscillating frequency with high penetration depth (100 – 300 kHz)
- The device offers continuous and reliable operation by a water-cooled applicator
- Simple plug in and plug out to change the applicator
- Integrated touch display to adjust energy level, frequency, and pulse rate
- Flexible holding arm and one locking knob for easy positioning
- Effectivity and safety are proven in studies
References of significant therapeutic effects with STORZ MEDICAL EMTT® devices
Krath, A. et al., Journal of Orthopaedics, 14(3):410-415, 2017.
Electromagnetic transduction therapy in non-specific low back pain: A prospective randomized controlled trial
Klüter, T. et al., Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine, 37(4):175-183, 2018.
Electromagnetic transduction therapy and shockwave therapy in 86 patients with rotator cuff tendinopathy: A prospective
randomized controlled trial.
Gerdesmeyer, L. et al., The Journal for Foot and Ankle Surgery, 56(5):964-967, 2017.
Electromagnetic Transduction Therapy for Achilles Tendinopathy: A Preliminary Report on a New Technology.
Klüter, T. et al., Journal of Orthopedic Research and Therapy: JORT-1113. DOI: 10.29011/2575-8241.001113, 2018.
Electromagnetic Transduction Therapy in Patients with Chronic Aseptic Osteitis Pubis
Ringeisen, M., Ludger, G., Presentation at the annual congress of the umbrella association osteology (DVO), March 2018, Dresden.
Therapy of traumatic/mechanical bone marrow edema with electromagnetic-transduction therapy [in German].
Prof. Dr.med. Karsten Knobloch
- More than a decade of experience as a professor of surgery
- President of the German-speaking Stosswellengesellschaft digest
- Board of the German-speaking Society for Magnetotransduction Therapy DIGEMTT
- Chief Communication Officer (CCO) Int. Medical Society for musculoskeletal shockwave therapy ISMST
- Author of six specialist books in sports medicine, hand surgery, nutritional medicine and shock wave therapy.
- Surgical scientist with more than 270 publications and more than 50 peer reviews as an expert for journals such as
- American Journal of Sports Medicine (AJSM)
- British Journal of Sports Medicine (BJSM)
- New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM)
Comments by Dr. Knobloch
“The MAGNETOLITH, using high-end, non-invasive EMTT technology, is a potent tissue healing stimulator on various musculoskeletal tissue to include bones, tendons, muscles, joints, and fascia. In combination with focused shock wave and radial pressure wave, evidence based EMTT appears to be a highly effective partner lifting my tissue healing expectations to another level; and this, after over 500 treatments using the MAGNETOLITH, without any apparent risk in the young, the older, and the advanced athletes.”