Magnetotransduction Therapy

Indergaard Physio now has Magnetotransduction Therapy in Leeds!

What is Magnetotransduction Therapy?

Magnetotransduction Therapy, EMTT® (Extracorporeal Magnetotransduction Therapy EMTT® – its official title), is a new and advanced treatment that has been developed by Storz Medical in Switzerland for the treatment of bone, tendon, muscle, nerve and ligament injuries or disorders throughout the body. This is a state-of-the-art therapy that has been developed as a non-invasive, safe alternative to steroid injections and other interventions. EMTT® can be used to reduce pain and inflammation in difficult to treat conditions such as bone injuries, stress fractures, fractures and arthritic joints, as well as the harder to treat conditions such as tendinopathies. EMTT® is a healing accelerator which will enhance the healing of any musculoskeletal structure.

Relieve pain and restore mobility. See the results for yourself. One of Dr. Karsten Knobloch’s patients recoveries after only 2 treatments!

Courtesy by Prof. Dr. Karsten Knobloch

You can now access this advanced treatment at our Leeds clinic.

Treatments are fast and comfortable lasting approx. 10-20 minutes. The adjustable arm of the device allows us to set up the treatment from a safe distance reducing patient contact and observing social distancing if possible*

To experience this new therapy book now at the bottom of the page.

How does EMTT work?
The EMTT® machine generates an electromagnetic pulse that will travel into the body up to a depth of 18 cm (approximately 6-7 inches) something which is unique to this therapy. This regenerative treatment stimulates specific biological processes in the tissues that are being targeted, increasing their activity. This activity speeds up the healing process in injuries and chronic disorders.

The research behind it shows that it is effective in speeding up healing of tendons, nerves, bone and lower back problems. EMTT® can be applied to any bone injury or tendon problem. In addition EMTT® can be further enhanced when combined with shockwave therapy ESWT, a modality that uses acoustic waves to accelerate healing and regenerate tissue. EMTT® combined with Shockwave Therapy is a ‘game changer’ for people struggling with chronic conditions.

What to expect in your consult?

When you attend for your initial consultation here at Indergaard Physiotherapy, you will be taken through our thorough assessment process, where we will find the root cause of your pain. Your therapist, in partnership with yourself, will form a plan for how we aim to get you pain free and back to full function as soon as possible.

This can include hands on therapy, Shockwave Therapy, Laser Therapy, movement re-education and rehabilitation, as well as exercises. Our goal is to give you the best possible care to enable you to move better and feel great as soon as possible.


The treatment is very safe and painless, there are no reported side effects to this treatment and there are only a few instances where this treatment will be unsuitable for you. It will even work through clothes so you don’t need to undress unless you are having it in combination with other treatment.

The therapy is usually delivered in a course of treatments. Depending on the condition the amount of sessions necessary will be discussed with you by your Chartered Physiotherapist.

*Condition dependant

Our Initial Consultations last up to 60 minutes to make sure you receive a thorough examination and that we can start your treatment straight away so we can start you on your journey to get better.

We accept cash and all major debit and credit cards.

Our initial consultations are usually 60 minutes long and our standard treatment sessions are 30 minutes long. Occasionally we need longer sessions if we are treating multiple problems and this will be discussed and agreed with you before booking.

There is free parking just outside the clinic.

What does EMTT help with?

Stress fractures
Osteitis Pubis
Patella Tendonitis
Tendon Problems
Achilles Problems
Plantar Fasciitis
Joint Pain & Swelling
Thumb Stiffness & Arthritis
Tennis Elbow
Spine Pain

(tendon inflammation near the thumb)

Non-union fractures

(broken bones that haven’t healed on their own)

Rotator cuff Tendinopathy & Pain
And much more…

Please ask if you have a condition that is not on the list and we will let you know.

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