Managing arthritis & osteoarthritis with Curatron PEMF

Arthritis is a joint disease characterized by inflammation of the joints, pain, and stiffness. It includes over a hundred different conditions that affect the joints and its surrounding tissues. Arthritis affects about 50 million people in the USA. Although it is most common in adults aged 65 and older, it affects men and women of all ages, including children. 

The most common joint disorders are osteoarthritis and Rheumatic arthritis. Inflammation, swelling, pain, stiffness, and difficulty to move the joint are common symptoms. Everyday tasks become difficult and in severe cases it is impossible to complete a simple a task writing, opening a jar, or tying shoelaces.

It is generally accepted that arthritis is triggered by a combination of genetic and environmental factors, however the exact cause is unknown.

Pulsed Electromagnetic Field therapy with the Curatron device decreases pain and swelling and improves the transport and absorption of calcium in bones. The quality of cartilage in joints improves resulting in dramatic decrease of pain.

Cartilage regeneration with the Curatron

X-rays of a 65 year old woman with Tricompartmental Degenerative Osteoarthritis of both knees, before Curatron PEMF treatment:

This woman went to see Dr. Ashfahk Ahmed from Bangalore in India. She was suffering from excruciating pain, as the cartilage between her bones has disappeared almost completely in several locations, and was hardly able to walk or sleep. After 5 months of treatment with the Curatron, the distance between the bones has increased due to regeneration of cartilage and she was finally able to walk and get a good night's sleep again.

X-rays taken after 5 months of treatment with the Curatron:

Another patient at Dr. Ahmed’s clinic was a 60 year old lady suffering from severe osteoarthritis of both knees, which caused pain and swelling, making it impossible to walk.

This is an X-ray before PEMF treatment with the Curatron:

A significant amount of cartilage disappeared in several different locations in both knees of this patient.

After a series of treatments with the Curatron over a period of 4 months, regeneration of new cartilage between joints is successful. As a result the patient is able to walk again.

X-rays taken after 4 months of treatment with the Curatron: