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The ternary HAp/curdlan/nanomagnetite hybrids with ceramic and polymer phase incorporation of magnetite nanoparticles (MNPs) were fabricated to study their heating ability under action of the alternating magnetic field (AMF), 808 nm near infrared laser radiation (NIR) and their synergic stimulation. The energy conversion was evaluated in terms of the specific absorption rate (SAR) as a function of the MNPs concentration in composites and to estimate their potential in temperature-controlled regenerative processes and hyperthermia. Measurements were carried out on dry and Ringer's solution soaked composite materials in order to mimic in situ conditions. It was found that the MNPs release during prolonged experiment is limited and has no significant effect on energy conversion emphasizing stability of the hybrids. Incorporation of the MNPs in polymer phase of the hybrid can additionally limit particle leaking as well as plays a role as insulating layer for the heat dissipation lowering the risk of sample overheating. In general, it was shown that maximum temperature of hybrid can be achieved in a relatively short time of exposure to stimulating factors whereas its control can be done through optimization of experiment conditions. MNPs incorporation into the curdlan (polymer phase) lead to strengthening of the mechanical properties of the whole network.