Cartillage Growth in the Knee

I borrowed this X-ray photo from Curatronic Ltd’s website. The photo clearly shows cartilage growth following treatment with a Curatron 2000 system.

Left side shows dramatic increase in cartillage growth over the “before” X-ray on the right.

On the X-ray, on the right side, the distance between the bones is almost non-existent resulting in very painful walking. On the left side, the distance between the bones has increased dramatically, as a result of new cartilage between the bones, resulting in pain-free walking for this 70-year-old lady.

This technology has undergone many scientific clinical trials worldwide. Tens of thousands of patients have been treated successfully with Curatron systems. A very high success percentage is reported.

These images were completed by Dr. Ahmed and Dr. Kumar of Bangalore, India. They reported that the Curatron 2000 PC was used with the Very High Energy Coil for three months. These are the first images like this that I have seen.

Link to medical article called “The Effect of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields in the Treatment of Osteoarthritis of the Knee and Cervical Spine. Report of Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo Controlled Trials

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