Magnetolith –
Transduction Therapy

Extracorporeal Magnetotransduction Therapy (EMTT) For regeneration and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal disorders(MKS)

MAGNETOLITH Is a novel technology that opens up new treatment possibilities for the diseases of the musculoskeletal system such as a low back pain, tendinopathy, rotator cuff, ankle, knee pain with Medical CE Marked

Advantages of the Magnetolith EMTT

Magnetolith EMTT is easy-to-use, non-invasive, and offers high patient comfort.

Patients can remain fully clothed throughout the treatment.

EMTT can treat a wide-ranging of MKS disorders

Thanks to the articulated arm, EMTT is a “touch-free” treatment, perfectly suited for the social distancing and the minimal patient contact to reduce infection risk from the non-symptomatic carriers of co-void/19

Helen like every healthcare professional must run through a Covid Risk Check List before attending for treatments

The treatment is quick and the typical session lasts between 20 to 30 minutes depending on the indication

Are there any side-effects of EMTT

There are no reported effects of EMTT however as it is physical treatment so the patient may experience mild discomfort and reddening of the skin which is short lived and temporary.

What are the typical indications for the use of the Magnetolith EMTT

Magnetolith EMTT is the only approved electromagnetic therapy for the treatment of musculoskeletal diseases of the muscles, bone, joints, nerves, tendons and tissue. The effectiveness of electromagnetic transduction therapy is contributing to the pain reduction for

Degenerative joint diseases signs of wear and tear e.g. arthrosis (common cause of shoulder pain, knee, hip hand and elbow0 herniated discs, provided they are mild and do not require surgical intervention. Spondylarthrosis

There has been some good research on using the Magnetolith for shoulder pain as there are many causes of shoulder pain and this is a complex joint and over the years due to being a hypermobile joint the various structures including the tendons on the shoulder an become worn, fragile and after the age of 60 to 65 they can small tears or even massive tears of the rotator cuff


Shoulder Surgeons has been trying to operation of these shoulder rotator cuff tears.  Here is a recent paper defining the Terms that Predict That the Shoulder Tendon Repair will Fail and the Risk Factures for failure





Helen first r remote consultation first: using the phone or email and Helen will send out Physitract which has questions, education covid screening check list covid information and then your important shoulder rehabiliation exercises which are so essential for your shoulder pain recovery


Getting assess to imaging for your shoulder is difficult  and this may not be possible for another few months

Here is our Covid Guidance Check List which is useful for you to read

Helen using Physitract for your remote exercises, advice and you can write your pain levels and comments in the encrypted online Physitract

Helen will be wearing PPE and offer your a mask Helen has a temperature for your which does not touch your forehead and will use the Focus, or and the Magnetolith and sent out your rehab and exercises using physitract and whats app

o You may also consider using remote consultation for case history taking/subjective
observations to reduce the need for time in clinic should a face to face consultation
be indicated.
• Undertake a pre-screening call to determine patient risk and clinical reasoning for a face to
face consultation: Before a patient is offered a face to face consultation you must undertake
a patient risk assessment and record your you clinical reasoning for the need for a face to
face consultation.
o You should determine whether the patient or a member of their household is
experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or has been tested as positive.
o You should determine, in your clinical judgement, the need for a face-to-face
consultation against any risk to the patient (or their household), themselves or
others in their clinic.
• Obtain patient consent for a face to face consultation: You must make clear to the patient
the risk of a face to face consultation and obtain and record the patient’s consent


Edinburgh Osteopath Helen How has over twenty-eight years experience of treating patients at the How Osteopathic Clinic (Trinity Edinburgh). Registered Osteopath Helen combines the latest advances in osteopathy with a gentle patient-centred approach to diagnosis and treatment ensuring that osteopathic treatment at the How Clinic is suitable for a wide-range of conditions including; back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, knee conditions Helen uses Video Clips exercises educational information and outcome which is sent to your computer smartphone or iphone if you wish Treatment at the How Osteopathic Clinic is tailored to the individual and where necessary uses a combination of osteopathic techniques including, Traditional Osteopathy, Cranial Osteopathy, Electrotherapy, Vibrotherapy and Sports Remedial Massage. The holistic approach to osteopathy at the How Osteopathic Clinic, in addition to a full one hour treatment sessions, is designed to alleviate symptoms rapidly and can often significantly reduce the number of osteopathic treatments required. One of the few Osteopaths in Edinburgh and in Britain who uses the unique, gentle fleximatic vibrotherapy or shockwave therapy massage equipment combined with traditional osteopathic techniques in order to to find, feel and palpate those hard fibrotic bands of muscles which accumulate over the years of prolonged sitting, Helen has attended conferences held throughout the country; Helen has been using Shockwave Therapy for over 3 years now for Patella Tendons , Achilles Tendons Plantar Fasciitis and Tendon pain Hips, Upper Proximal Hamstring tendinopathy along with rehabilitation loading Contact Helen How, Registered Osteopath, 14 Craighall Gardens, Edinburgh EH6 4RJ To make an appointment contact Helen on 131 551 1044 or Text /Call 07889304762