Potential, limiting factors and caution required prior to the use of ZRT® Matrix Therapy
The structural integrity of bones, tendons and muscles must be ensured, before beginning ZRT®-Matrix therapy
There is great potential for ZRT® Matrix Therapy to help sufferers of pain, inflammation and immobility in a variety of chronic conditions, however long term improvement requires the framework of the body to be structurally sound.
In cases of severe osteoarthritis, rupture of tendons, fractured bones or nerve damage caused by constant compression (due to disc herniation or a spinal stenosis), the relief from pain and increase in mobility may only be temporary.
A thorough orthopaedic and physical examination is required before ZRT®-Matrix therapy
In any case a thorough orthopaedic, neurological and clinical investigation of the pain syndrome is always an important precondition for the successful use of biological ZRT® Matrix Therapy.
Cell biologically orientated ZRT® Matrix Therapy as such is not a substitute for the surgical treatment of structural defects.
In cases where bones, tendons or cartilage show significant structural defects, ZRT® Matrix Therapy can not provide a permanent solution on its own.
ZRT® Matrix Therapy has however, been proved to be helpful and effective for many patients in which chronic pain and immobility were not directly caused by an orthopaedic problem visible by X-ray or MRI scan.
ZRT®-Matrix therapy is a viable options for patients with chronic disease without obvious structural defect
The therapy, based on cell biological analysis, particularly helps the many patients who suffer from chronic conditions, but do not receive a clear cut orthopaedic diagnosis.