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Pioneering new health therapy arrives in Bournemouth

Sports injury specialist ‘PhysioFitness’ expands its services with a revolutionary cell regeneration machine

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Contact: Kayleigh Johnstone on or Rhiannon Bates - or 07814 865 230

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Bournemouth based sports physiotherapy clinic, PhysioFitness, which was established by two former AFC Bournemouth physiotherapists, is celebrating its tenth year in business with the addition of a new cutting-edge Molecular Bio-Physical Stimulation (MBST) machine.

Set up in 2010 by sports professionals, Dave Mott and Tom Jenkins, PhysioFitness specialises in the use of innovative techniques to treat sports injuries or degenerative musculoskeletal conditions.

It is the latest of just eight centres in the UK to offer the pioneering new therapy which stimulates cell repair and regrowth using non-invasive technology. When combined with traditional physiotherapy techniques, MBST can offer potentially life-changing results.

Dave, whose career history includes England U-18 Football Physiotherapist and Consultant Physiotherapist for the English Institute of Sport, explains; “Having treated sporting injuries throughout my career and been able to offer the highest levels of care, I wanted to set up a clinic that would give ‘everyday’ people access to the high-quality treatments that elite athletes receive.”

Dave was joined by Tom Jenkins, who juggles being a Director at the clinic with his role as sports physiotherapist for the Wales men's hockey squad. Tom expands; “We have always prided ourselves on being a forward-thinking, progressive clinic offering the best treatments and latest healthcare technology. Having seen the incredible benefits that MBST can deliver, we knew we wanted to help lead the way by adding it to our offering.”

MBST is not widely known in the UK but it has transformed the lives of thousands of people across the world over the past 20 years. It is a completely pain-free and non-invasive therapy, and at PhysioFitness, the therapy is undertaken in a bespoke treatment room which offers catch up TV, Netflix and Amazon Prime so patients can totally relax during their sessions.

Success stories of MBST include Johnny Nelson, ex-Cruiserweight World Champion boxer, who credits the treatment with reducing his back pain in only two days, describing it as “absolutely mind blowing."

Tom continues; “We’re extremely excited to welcome this game-changing machine and to be the only clinic in the UK offering treatments seven days a week. Our patients have already responded very positively – bookings are filling up already!”

Bournemouth’s PhysioFitness clinic will use the pioneering MBST technology in tandem with physiotherapy and muscle strengthening to treat sports injuries and musculoskeletal conditions such as osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, spinal degeneration, cartilage damage and other injuries.

The technology works by stimulating damaged and degenerated cartilage, bone, ligament, tendon and muscle cells to encourage repair and regrowth.

Once the cells of the affected area or injury have been sufficiently stimulated from MBST therapy, the cells will continue to grow and develop by themselves, reducing pain and enabling greater mobility.

To find out more or to book an appointment please visit or call 01202 611 244.

Notes to editors:

Contact: Kayleigh Johnstone on or Rhiannon Bates - or 07814 865 230

High res images and video available to download here:

MBST Therapy

MBST therapy is a technological innovation used to counteract the negative effects of degenerative disorders of the musculoskeletal system. The principal of MBST technology is based on the use of magnetic resonance, electromagnetic fields, originally used for MRI diagnosis. Unlike MRI, MBST does not use magnetic resonance to generate images, but rather to biophysically stimulate the regenerative processes of specific cells or tissues at a molecular level.

It offers a comfortable, uncomplicated and sustainable therapy, and in several cases has eliminated the need for surgery. It is user-friendly and easy to implement. It is effective on patients of all ages.

From the initial diagnosis through to aftercare, every patient is fully supported throughout the entire process by healthcare professionals and trained technicians, it is a completely stress-free treatment.

During therapy, there is little to do but lay back and let MBST work for you. Most patients bring a book, listen to music, or just take a nap during the hour of comfortable therapy.

MBST has been successfully applied to:​

  • Osteoarthritis

  • Osteoporosis

  • Spinal Pathologies

  • Muscle, Ligament and Tendon Damage & Pain

  • Sports and Accident Injuries

  • Bruised Bones

  • Cartilage Damage

  • Fractures

  • Nerve Damage after injury/surgery


The rates of success are determined by the results of scientific studies, score sheets and feedback from both patients and healthcare professionals using MBST therapy in their practices. A form of therapy can be deemed successful when the patient experiences a definite improvement in their condition in regards to pain, mobility, walking distances and other such factors; when the attending healthcare professional evaluate the healing process or the condition of the patient as successful or notably fast; when improvement can be determined by measurable data (for example bone density measurements or MRI scans). MBST serves as a tool for experienced healthcare professionals. In order to get the best outcome from the therapy, patients must adhere to the instructions given by their healthcare professional at all times. Like any medical procedure or therapy, there is no guarantee that MBST will be 100% successful for everybody. The global success rate is 80%. Claims made on this website are supported by scientific data and studies (including peer-reviewed journals). To read the full peer-reviewed journals and other published studies, please email


PhysioFitness is a sports injury clinic in Bournemouth, Dorset. It opened in 2010, under the helm lead physiotherapist Dave Mott, who began his career in professional football. Ten years on, the clinic now houses a cutting-edge MBST machine. MBST is a pioneering, non-invasive treatment for musculoskeletal conditions such as arthritis and sporting injuries. PhysioFitness is one of an elite network of eight medical clinics in the UK with MBST machines, all with a shared ambition: to provide the very best treatment available, with the focus on patient comfort, care and satisfaction. To find out more about PhysioFitness visit and for MBST visit

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