Our experts speak: Answering questions from the 2nd webinar

MagneticTape®, a key tool to improve Joint Stability.

In the last masterclass given by Dr. Luis del Aguila and Dr. Francisco Selva we talked about how influencing strength and ROM is essential to achieve a correct Joint Stability. In this way, injuries can be prevented and painful musculoskeletal symptoms improved. All this can be achieved by following the Superficial Neuromodulation Assessment and Treatment System to discern where to apply Magnetic Tape®.

In this article you will find all the answers to the questions we could not answer live.

P1. Does normalize mean to put at its optimum level? Could it mean both raising and lowering the ionic current generated by the body? 2) I understand that this is the difference between Magnetic Tape® and Kinesio Tape®, the Kinesio does not generate that magnetic field, right?

R1. Magnetic Tape® does not increase or decrease the body’s ionic current. When there is a dysfunction, an aberrant electromagnetic field appears and Magnetic Tape® normalizes this aberrant information, helping the information to become functional again. So far, no research has been done on creating tension with the Magnetic Tape® bandage because if we did, we would not know whether the possible effect is given by the tension produced by the bandage or by the effect of its magnetic properties. Only the effect of the magnetic field has been tested to improve strength, joint ROM, SNA normalization, among others. With Kinesio Tape® we believe it is difficult to achieve these results and even less so without creating tension.

P2. Good evening, once Magnetic Tape® is applied in the practical case, what would be the protocol to follow to «normalize the nerve signal in that athlete until MagneticTape® is no longer needed. Thank you very much!

R2. In the practical case, a treatment is performed on the metamere that innervates the ankle musculature, therefore, a direct application. As in all techniques and treatments, it is necessary to test and retest to find out the existing dysfunctions and normalize these stimuli. For this purpose, in addition to local dysfunctions, peripheral dysfunctions that may influence the local problem must be taken into account. Therefore, Superfical Neuromodulation is based on an Embryological Hierarchy to discard the most embryologically necessary structures to the least necessary ones using the Magnetic Tape® tool.

P3. Good evening, what material is it made of and what is its durability during use?

R3. It is formed by a formulation of mineral particles with magnetic properties and the proper location to apply it is important because possibly, after 24 hours the MT applied in a certain place will no longer be effective because the aberrant electromagnetic fields have disappeared and the application will be placed in another place or places always taking into account the results of the tes-retest.

Q4. How do you use the elasticity of Magnetic Tape in the application, by what percentage do you stretch it and why?

R4. Magnetic Tape® is an elastic adhesive bandage with electromagnetic properties that performs a metameric normalization only with the application of the bandage without creating tensions. We are putting a lot of emphasis on this as it is not necessary to apply tension to achieve the above effects. However, when the effects of the correct application of Magnetic Tape® without creating tension are understood and known, this effect will be merged with the tension that the bandage produces fascially. For this purpose, on one side of the box, there is a graph showing the elongation of the vein according to the number of kilograms produced. This information will help to create more reproducible applications.

P5. Good afternoon, what is the difference between magnetic tape and electrostimulation? and with which one the best results are achieved.

R5. Electrostimulation is an electric current and the fields produced by Magnetic Tape® are magnetic. The input pathway of each of the two stimuli is totally different. The electrical one activates the nerve and the magnetic one acts on the epidermal cells which in turn act on the nerves. Another difference is that with electrostimulation you can adjust the intensity and frequency to adjust the input to your needs and with Magnetic Tape® you only have to place it to normalize the aberrant field thanks to its formulation of minerals.

P6. Will using Magnetic tape placed in its corresponding area in such a way that we activate better those areas of difficult contraction capacity make us perform better in running/competition thanks to this increase/quality of contraction?

R6. Magnetic Tape® only acts when dysfunctions are present. If the muscle is fatigued, it will not work, or if there is a structural problem, it will not work. Now, if we define areas of difficult contraction capacity as musculature that no matter how much you train, you cannot improve its contraction capacity, surely that musculature will be dysfunctional and it will help. Now if the musculature is activated at 100% of its capacity, MT will not get it to activate more than 100%.

P7. Is the application of Magnetic Tape® always on vertebrae or scars or can it be applied on both equally?

R7. Magnetic Tape® can be placed on active scars, on vertebrae or both. Also on any dysfunctional structure by performing the tests explained in the training and following the NMS embryological hierarchy.

All of the above questions are explained in the NMS® training using Magnetic Tape®.

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