Physio Fitness

Magnetic Resonance Cell Regeneration Therapy

Degenerative conditions or ‘wear and tear’ such as Osteoarthritis have long been managed by physiotherapy. By Physiotherapy and strengthening supporting structures we can improve pain and quality of life but we couldn’t affect the internal process of the condition. MBST is changing that narrative.

MBST therapy via magnetic resonance stimulates the regeneration of cells meaning they will continue to grow and develop by themselves halting the degenerative process and helping the constant regeneration of new cells that healthy tissue performs. This by itself will cause great improvements but pair that with our traditional treatments of physiotherapy and muscle strengthening and you have the potential for life improving results.

It offers a comfortable, uncomplicated and sustainable therapy, and in several cases has eliminated the need for surgery.

MBST Cell Regeneration is highly recommend for




Cartilage, Tendon and Ligament degeneration and damage


How does MBST work?

Nobel Prize Winning Science?

The 2017 Nobel Prize winning chronobiologists identified the significance of the Circadian Rhythm on health. This is our body’s internal cycle that regulates all our physiological and biological processes. They found cell regeneration, that is the healthy production of new tissue that should constantly happen, is enhanced considerably when the rhythm runs smoothly. 

Throughout life, internal and external factors can influence and destabilise the circadian rhythm which can disrupt our body’s cell regenerative ability. This is one of the processes seen in conditions such as Osteoarthritis, the body inability to regenerative damaged tissues.


MBST technology has demonstrated an active influence on the circadian rhythm* and is the only treatment that has been shown to directly stimulate the body’s regenerative processes at molecular level. 

It is this research that really confirmed to us if we want to continue to offer our patients the best treatments for their health and injury recovery then we had to offer MBST therapy.

*Nuclear magnetic resonance affects the circadian clock

R Oliva, B Jansen, F Benscheidt… – Biological Rhythm …, 2019 – Taylor & Francis

9 Session Treatment Course £1500

Cervical Spine (Neck) Osteoarthritis
Thoracic Spine (Mid Spine) Osteoarthritis
Lumbar Spine (Lower back) Osteoarthritis
Intervertebral Disc Damage
Shoulder Osteoarthritis
Hip Osteoarthritis
Knee Osteoarthritis
Post surgery recovery
Chronic ligament damage

7 Session Treatment Course £1250

Chronic tendon injury
Chronic muscle damage

We strongly recommend that you have physiotherapy sessions (to include strengthening, stability and flexibility) for the most effective results. Your physiotherapist will discuss these options with you at your first appointment.

Treatment is delivered for a total of 9 hours, 60 minutes at a time.

Treatment is delivered over 9 consecutive days – At current we are the only UK clinic offering MBST 7 days a week.

We have created a bespoke easy access treatment room located downstairs. Whilst having treatment you can relax, read or watch that series television series you have been meaning to! We have set up in the treatment room to include catch up TV service including Netflix, Amazon Prime and Iplayer.

MBST Testimonials

Chronic Shoulder Injury

Weightlifter and manual worker describes how after 19 years of shoulder pain and multiple treatments MBST has given him a new lease of life.

Sciatica Referral Back Pain

International professional footballer Spencer Weir-Daley shares how MBST has prolonged his career.

Spinal Disc Prolapse

A new mother with acute disc pain details how after trying multiple treatments MBST has made the biggest difference to her injury.

Chronic Knee Pain

A patient with constant knee pain describes how MBST has allowed him to return to work pain free.

Degenerative Lower Back Pain

Ex professional and cruiserweight world champion Jonny Nelson describes his experience using MBST for chronic lower back pain.

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MBST Testimonials

Cartilage Regeneration –  Evidence of areas of knee cartilage showing regeneration as seen by MRI before and after treatment.

Joint Arthritis – Reduced pain and increased function in arthritic patients when treated with MBST

Joint Arthritis – 10 year study of 4,500 patients showed lasting improvements in both pain and function with MBST

Osteoporosis – Improvements in bone density and reduced rate of osteoporotic fractures


Frequently Asked Questions

How does MBST work?  

The MBST therapy devices used magnetic resonance therapy targeted at certain tissues to effect the biological processes occurring. It regenerates damaged cells by helping to promote the production of healthy tissue.


What should I wear?

MBST therapy is targeted magnetic therapy, you will not need to undress to have the therapy we recommend you wear lose fitting comfortable clothes. 


Are there any contraindications to treatment?  

We do not recommend treatment if you have active implants such as pace makers, defibrillators (ICD systems), pain and insulin pumps or tumours in the treatment area. We also don’t advise patients that have  HIV, leukaemia or other  rare metabolic diseases to have treatment. If you are, or think you may be pregnant we also advise against the treatment. The MBST therapy does not affect the fitness to drive and to operate machinery. No interactions with other therapeutic measures are currently known to us.


Does MBST therapy have any side effects?

MBST therapy has been used internationally since 1998, to date no side affects have been reported.


I have private medical insurance does it cover using MBST?

Unfortunately at current medical insurance does not cover a course of MBST therapy. It could however cover the cost of the post therapy physiotherapy sessions.


Is the treatment painful?

Not at all, the treatment is completely painless and the MBST device also makes little to no noise (unlike its imaging counterpart the MRI).