According to WHO, about 6% of the world population suffers from diabetes . In recent decades have seen a steady increase of the disease in the population. Diabetic foot syndrome – a single symptom – can be considered as a special kind of pathology of the lower limbs in diabetes . According to various data, from 10 to 25 % of diabetics suffer from diabetic foot syndrome . Risk of amputation in this pathology is 15-20 times higher than that of a healthy person , and mortality due to gangrene in diabetic foot is 15-20 % ( gangrene develops in 7-11 % of cases) . The effectiveness of the magnetic fields in the treatment of this disease is based on their analgesic , trophicosensory regulatory , angio , and other immunomodulatory effects. Using a magnetic field in a clinical setting showed positive changes in the sensitivity of the foot , the growth speed of nerve impulse conduction and peripheral blood flow , reducing pain in the limbs, cramps and paresthesias , increase muscle activity and strength. Trophic effect of magnetic fields can also use the device for the treatment and prevention of osteopenia and osteoporosis in patients with diabetic foot syndrome.