World Arthritis Day 2016
Shri. Roshan Baig, Minister for Urban Development, Government of Karnataka at the inauguration of SPMF Therapy Centre at ICAM WellCare Clinic at Fraser Town in Bangalore today on the occasion of World Arthritis Day 2016. Also seen are Dr. V. G. Vasishta, Chairman & Founder of SBF Healthcare and Dr. Irfana Akther, Founder and Medical Director of ICAM Wellcare Clinic
Bengaluru, 11th October, 2016: On the occasion of World Arthritis Day 2016, SBF Healthcare today inaugurated the SPMF Therapy Centre at ICAM WellCare Clinic at Fraser Town. Shri. Roshan Baig, Minister for Urban Development, Government of Karnataka inaugurated the centre in the presence of Dr. V. G. Vasishta, Chairman & Founder of SBF Healthcare and Dr. Irfana Akther, Founder and Medical Director of ICAM Wellcare Clinic.
Sequentially Programmed Magnetic Field (SPMF) Therapy is an advanced treatment pioneered and patented by Wg Cdr (Dr.) V. G. Vasishta, an Indian Air Force veteran and former Head of Radio diagnosis at the Institute of Aerospace Medicine, IAF. SPMF is a modality of treatment which is a unique non-invasive and safe technique, painless, cheaper, scientifically proven and most effective treatment for arthritis and some types of cancer.
SPMF Therapy produces highly complex sequentially-programmed magnetic fields, which are computer-controlled and can be precisely focused on the target tissues with the help of laser guides. The treatment takes place over a 21-day: daily one-hour schedule. SPMF is the only scientifically proven treatment for arthritis that can regenerate cartilage and reverse the disease process. The therapy improves mobility, power and stability of the knee joints and both knees can be treated simultaneously the progress of the disease is halted. Patients can go about their normal activity during the treatment. In the treatment of Cancer this procedure halts the progression of the disease and improves quality of life and survival period. It also improves the patient’s emotional and psychological wellbeing.