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Clin Cases Miner Bone Metab. 2017 May-Aug;14(2):235-238. doi: 10.11138/ccmbm/2017.14.1.235. Epub 2017 Oct 25.

Nuclear magnetic resonance therapy (MBST) in the treatment of osteoporosis. Case report study.

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Poliklinika K-CENTAR, Zagreb, Croatia.
Ludwig Boltzmann Cluster for Arthritis and Rehabilitation, Department for Rehabilitation, Saalfelden, Austria.


Despite various pharmacological treatments, the problem of osteoporosis is not yet solved nor decreased. Drug's adverse event and fractures after long termed pharmacotherapy indicate a need for new treatment modalities. Nuclear magnetic resonance therapy could be a supplement to exercise and an alternative or supplement to pharmacotherapy. Number of clinical studies showed increase of BMD after nuclear magnetic resonance therapy and here presented case reports of eleven well-documented cases in which patients experienced severe trauma, having a huge hematoma around the hip but did not suffer any fracture, encourage this expectation. This case report study additionally presents case reports based on the follow-up of the incidence of fractures in a group of 450 patients (males n = 55, females n = 395) with a mean age of 68.4 years. All patients had been treated with MBST - therapeutic nuclear magnetic resonance, standard cycles of 10 days subsequently and followed during a five-year period. The data indicates that NMRT might reduce a risk of fractures in osteoporotic patients.


accident falls; fractures; nuclear magnetic resonance therapy; osteoporosis

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Conflict of interest Authors Dalibor Krpan and Werner Kullich declare that they have no conflict of interest.

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