MBST supports Leipzig handball players Janke and Gebala
The list of injured players is long for the team of handball premier league club SC DHfK Leipzig during the ongoing test phase. Among others, chefcoach André Haber has to do without Maximilian Janke and Maciej Gebala.
MBST magnetic resonance therapy is used in the treatment of both regular players. Maximilian Janke is treated for a strain of the shoulder joint that he suffered in the test match against Aue. In the case of Maciej Gebala, therapeutic aim is the postsurgical acceleration of healing after the second operation due to a persisting finger injury on his throwing hand.
Treatment is applicated in Dr. med. René Toussaint’s Praxis für Orthopädie und Sportmedizin am Brühl who has yearlong experience in the treatment of professional athletes with therapeutic magnetic resonance.
multiple options for use in professional sports
Different athletes, from soccer to athletics, from volleyball and fist ball to tournament dancing, have tried the MBST magnetic resonance therapy for treatment of injuries on muscles, tendons, ligaments and bones. They include for instance Philipp Weber, Alina Reh, Manuel Eitel, Peter Strosack, Niko Bungert and Maraike Biglmaier. Treated injures were among others bone bruises (bone marrow edema), stress fractures, tendon complaints, cartilage defects and jumper’s knee.
We hope that Maximilian Janke and Maciej Gebala will also recover fast and sustainably.