Procedure of Arthritis
What is Cytotron (RFQMR) therapy?
 
Cytotron developed after years of research, produces Rotational Field Quantum Magnetic Resonance (RFQMR). It is a new advanced, scientifically proven, non-invasive and effective option to treat osteoarthritis. The RFQMR beams are focused on the joint to enhance regeneration of the degenerated cartilage to help patients eliminate chronic pain and improve mobility of the joints without surgery.
 
What is the treatment procedure?
 
Patient lies on the Cytotron bed that moves into the focus area and the treating rays are focused onto the affected joint with the aid of laser guides. The computer calculates the dose based on the MRI, cartilage thickness, etc. The treatment is given for one hour daily for 21 days.
 
Is Cytotron comfortable and safe?
 
Patient feels no pain or discomfort during treatment.Cytotron is certified by DRDO, Government of India as safe, non-ionizing and non-thermal complying with the International Commission of non-ionizing Radiation standards.
 
What joints can be treated with Cytotron?
 
Cytotron can treat knee, hip, ankle, shoulder, elbow, wrist, cervical and lumbar spine joints.
 
What tests are required before Cytotron treatment?
 
X-ray and MRI of the joint, blood, urine and other routine tests are required before Cytotron
 
Why not replacement of knee or other joint?
 
All surgeries have risk to life and no treatment is successful in every patient. A failed joint replacement can cripple a patient for life. The life of artificial joint is limited and a second surgery is more difficult, more risky and less successful. Cytotron can not be done after joint replacement so Cytotron should be considered before joint replacement. Surgery should be preserved as the ultimate last option.
 
What is the success rate and duration of effectiveness of Cytotron therapy?
 
Published clinical trials have shown that most patients benefit from Cytotron therapy but like every treatment the result and the duration of effectiveness varies from patient to patient depending on the disease process. We guess that the benefit should last 5 to 10 years.
 
What if Cytotron fails or there is a recurrence?
 
In patients where Cytotron fails or there is recurrence over time the therapy can be safely repeated. As a last resort Joint replacement can be considered for them.
 
Is Cytotron possible after arthroscopy or joint replacemnent?
 
Cytotron therapy is possible after arthroscopy but not after joint replacement.
 
What are the possible future uses of Cytotron?
 
Cytotron has multiple potential treatment applications such as Osteoarthritis, Cancer, Angiogenesis in Coronary and Peripheral Artery Disease, Pain management, Osteoporosis, Fibromyalgia, Migraine, Diabetes, Diabetic neuropathy, Non healing wounds, Tinnitus, Drug resistant epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis and cerebral degeneration.
 

 



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  • I had pain in both knees joints since 4 years with deformity and walked with the aid of walking stick and required pain killer drugs almost daily.
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  • I had pain in both knees joints since 4 years with deformity.
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