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PST Treatment – how does it work?
Research has shown that when stress is placed on a joint, a low power electrical signal is created. This natural signal tells the body to repair damaged or worn tissues and to maintain the health and proper functioning of the joint. Sometimes, this signal is disturbed as a result of aging, injury or disease. When this happens, the body is unable to repair the damage itself. This results in pain, inflammation and loss of proper function in the joint.
PST is unique in that it mimics the body’s natural signal, activating the normal healing process and stimulates the growth and repair of the damaged tissue. Read more about How PST Works.
Benefits to patients
PST has a success rate of 80% – 83% with patients experiencing significant improvement with reduced pain and improved joint function.
Broken forearm bones (Radius and Ulna) being treated after surgical pinning (H200i)
PST has been used successfully all around the world by prominent professional athletes, amateur athletes, older people and patients who have had their quality of life compromised by Arthritis, back pain, Osteoporosis, Sports-Type Injuries and repetitive strain injuries. It is not relevant whether the patient is old or young or whether the defect is a result of age, injury, chronic degeneration or inflammatory disease; PST is effective nonetheless. View the full list of Treatable Conditions.
Studies and the treatment of thousands of patients have shown that over 83% of patients experience a reduction in pain and inflammation, combined with an increase in physical function. Some patients find themselves free of all symptoms following the treatment. Others find their symptoms greatly reduced.
Many patients are able to reduce or even discontinue their pain medication. Many have reported being able to return to normal routine activities, and many are able to participate in their favourite sports.
The biggest benefit for many patients is that PST can save them the expense, pain and inherent risks of surgery.