Brachialgia is a technical term for arm pain. It is used when the pain is thought to be due to a problem with the nerves, most frequently a compressed or pinched nerve in the neck. 

Treatment types

Targeted magneto therapy.  

Method of action


Magnetotherapy promotes tissue regeneration and stimulates natural organic defences. It is believed magnotherapy produces its therapeutic effects by re-establishing order in a sector that is presumably in magnetic disorder, restoring regular cellular activity and increasing blood flow to provide an anti-inflammatory, anti-swelling and analgesic effect. Magnotherapy can also help to slow the onset of chronic conditions.   



Blue and infrared light improve circulation in the skin and other parts of the body, bringing oxygen and nutrients to injured tissues to further promote healing, ease pain, relieve inflammation, protect against oxidative stress and help to slow the onset of chronic conditions.