microcurrent

Health Kongress Bernau Germany

Luxxamed and microcurrent explained in a nutshell At the first health congress in Bernau in the Black Forest, Luxxamed GmbH was able to present what the Luxxamed therapy and the therapy with microcurrent are and what applications are possible. The congress was administered by the naturopathic practice Linda Knab from

Author: Patrick Walitschek, MSc | Published: 12.08.2018

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Luxxamed in arthrofibrosis

Luxxamed in arthrofibrosis How Luxxamed can help with arthrofibrosis In arthrofibrosis there is a pathological increase of connective tissue cells, the fibrocytes. This process is triggered by inflammatory processes in the tissue. Often, arthrofibrosis is a complication of surgery. Many cases after a reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament. A derivation

Author: Patrick Walitschek, MSc | Published: 29.06.2018

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Experience with microcurrent and Luxxamed “I first had contact with micro current therapy in 1994. The technical specifications of the devices were banal compared to the technology available today. But still impressive in terms of the results of the therapy. With the now available ‘HD’ device technology a very targeted

Author: Patrick Walitschek, MSc | Published: 17.02.2018

Categories: Luxxamed,microcurrent

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Peripheral circulatory disorders

Peripheral circulatory disorders Luxxamed helps improve blood circulation through the use of microcurrent in peripheral circulatory disorders and reduces pain in the case of neuropathic pain (Park et al., 2011). “Peripheral circulatory disorders with pain of both heels, 67-year-old male patient, 1st treatment with Luxxamed and LED therapy.” (Schellenberg, 2018) Park et

Author: Patrick Walitschek, MSc | Published: 17.02.2018

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Bone marrow edema treatment

Bone marrow edema treatment Patient, male, 50 years, 15.11.2017 no trauma, sudden onset of thigh and groin pain left, X-ray: slight hip dysplasia, arthritis 1 °. Diagnosis: BME of the femoral head and the left femoral neck (transient osteoporosis) with insufficiency fractures, occult pertrochanteric fracture, articular effusion. Therapy: micro-based cybernetic BCR therapy Luxxamed,

Author: Patrick Walitschek, MSc | Published: 31.01.2018

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