The MBST therapy uses a much smaller magnetic field, not to generate images, but to stimulate bone and joint tissues. Developed in cooperation with the Institute of Nuclear Physics at the University of Giessen in Germany, years of research and development determined different cell-specific therapy sequences.
Energy is fired into the hydrogen atoms, influencing a number of metabolic processes in the cells. In use since 1998, there have been no reported side effects to MBST. Other advantages are that it is minimally invasive, with no need for surgery or medications.