There are a number of studies that have been carried out to determine the clinical effectiveness of MBST. As this technology was developed in Germany most of the studies have been translated from German.
These studies will ideally be most useful for medically trained personnel such as Doctors looking for peer reviewed published research into MBST. Although quite technical for non-medical people these studies will also be useful for anyone wishing to research the effectiveness of MBST as a treatment for condition such as Osteoarthritis, Osteoporosis and the treatment of injuries, particularly relating to reducing the healing time for many sporting injuries.
Modulation Of VEGF And Cytokines By The Therapeutic Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
B. Steinecker-Frohnwieser, L. Weigl, N. Fagerer, G.Weberhofer, W. Kullich & H.G. Kress
Influence of NMR Therapy on Metabolism
of Osteosarcoma- and Chondrosarcoma Cell lines
B. Steinecker-Frohnwieser, L. G. Weigl, C. Höller, E. Sipos, W. Kullich H. G. Kress
Influence of NMR Therapy on Metabolism of Osteosarcoma and Chondrosarcoma Cell Lines B. Steinecker-Frohnwieser1, L. Weigl, W. Kullich, H.G. Kress, C. Höller, E. Sipos
Influence of NMR therapy on Ca2+ signalling and gene expression in osteosarcoma- and chondrosarcoma
Lukas G. Weigl, Bibiane Steinecker-Frohnwieser, Carmen Höller, Elisabeth Sipos, Hans Georg Kress, Werner Kullich
The treatment of osteoporosis with MBST Magnetic Resonance Therapy
Dr. med. Thomas Handschuh,Prof. Dr.med. habil. Christian Melzer
Functional improvement in finger joint osteoarthritis with therapeutic use of nuclear magnetic resonance
Ludwig Boltzmann Cluster for Rheumatology, Balneology and Rehabilitation From the LBI for the Rehabilitation of Internal Illnesses, Sa alfelden (Head: Dr . W. K u l l i c h ) 1 and the Ludwig Boltzmann Althofen branch of the LBI for rheumatology and balneology (Head: Prof. H. Broll)
Functional improvement in finger arthritis following Magnetic Resonance Therapy
Kullich W., Ausserwinkler M.
Decrease in Extracellular Collagen Crosslinking after NMR Field Application in Skin Fibroblasts
I. Diegel, E. Kuruglan, Pt. Linder, P. Kayser, D. Porst, G. J. Braem, K. Zerlin, G. M. Artmann, A. Temiz Artmann, University (FH) of Aachen, Juelich Campus, Centre of Bioengineering Excellence
Does Low-Energy NMR Have An Effect On Moderate Gonarthrosis
Jansen, H; Brockamp, T; Paletta JRJ; Ochman, S; Raschke, MJ; Meffert R
Prospective Study over a period of 1 Year in respect to the effectiveness of the MBST Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Therapy as used during the conservative therapy of Gonarthrosis
Auerbach B., Yacoub A., Melzer C.
NMR In Vitro Effects on Proliferation, Apoptosis, and Viability of Human Chondrocytes and Osteoblasts
A. Temiz-Artmann, P. Linder, P. Kayser, I. Diegel, G.M. Artmann and P. Lucker
MBST Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Therapy Improves Rehabilitation Outcome in Patients with Low Back Pain
W.C. Kullich, H. Schwann; Ludwig Boltzmann
Additional Outcome Improvement in the Rehabilitation of Chronic Low Back Pain after Nuclear Resonance Therapy
W. Kullich, H. Schwann, K. Machreich, M.Ausserwinkler, Ludwig Boltzmann
The effect of MBST® Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Therapy Using a Complex 3-Dimensional Electromagnetic Nuclear Resonance Field on Patients with Low Back Pain
W. Kullich, H. Schwann, J. Walcher, K. Machreich. Ludwig Boltzmann.
Evaluation of the effectiveness of MBST Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Therapy
Dr. med. Babett Auerbach, Dr. med. Babett Auerbach
Scientific Evaluation of the Effectiveness of whole body MBST Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Therapy for treatment of Osteoporosis
Dr. med Joachim Overbeck, Dr. med. Günter Gerhardt, Dr. med. Johanna Gerhardt, Dr. med. Achim Urban
Evaluation of the effectiveness of three-dimensional pulsating electromagnetic fields of the MultiBioSignal Therapy (MBST) in respect to the regeneration of cartilage structures
Frobose, I; Eckey, U.; Reiser, M.; Glaser, Ch.; Engelmeier, F.; Assheuer, J.; Breitgraf, G.; & Muntermann, A.
Long Term Evaluation of MBsT
Martha Krosche, Dr Gisela Breitgraf