Magnet therapy is a physiotherapy practice that uses static or permanent magnetic fields on the body. The application is carried out by means of high or low frequency magnets depending on the type of pathology to be treated. It is especially effective in the treatment of pain as a result of inflammation, although it can be used to solve a large number of diseases thanks to its few side effects.

Magnetic therapy is highly indicated in rheumatic processes, degenerative arthropathies, inflammatory arthropathies, periarticular rheumatism, polymyalgia rheumatica, disc syndromes, radiculitis, cyatalgias, periarthritis, myositis. Its efficacy has also been demonstrated in ossification disorders, osteoporosis, delayed fracture consolidation and Sudeck. In addition, it is used in the treatment of bruises, sprains, dislocations, muscle contractures and tendinitis, brachial neuralgia, ischialgia, lumbago, sciatica and migraines.

Its use is contraindicated in patients with pacemakers, pregnancy, viral diseases, mycosis, hemorrhages or hemorrhagic wounds and special care should be taken during periods of menstruation in abdominal applications.

It is a very effective and comfortable therapy for the patient as it is painless and very good results are obtained in physiotherapy.