MAGNET THERAPY FOR PAIN
Extensive research done on magnet therapy for pain that was done in Japan has shown that it is an effective treatment of choice in many hospitals and clinics. American scientists and researchers have gotten positive results with magnet therapy for pain, demonstrating that magnetic currents positively influence metabolism and support the formation of amino acids in cells. A scientific report on magnet therapy from University of Tokyo Medical School emerged with surprising results: approximately 80% of patients reacted positively to magnet therapy.
How Does Magnet Therapy for Pain Work
It is thought by many that it is due to the high content of iron in the blood that magnets have a powerful effect when placed on the body. There are other more opaque rationales for the use of magnet therapy for pain. They include the idea that geo-magnetic pulls are powerful throughout the world and their use on the body simply reflects that. Whatever one may think of magnet therapy for pain, there is no doubt that for people who are afraid of needles, and of needles used in acupuncture, magnet therapy for pain is a strong consideration as a substitute. But what exactly are the conditions that are treatable using magnet therapy for pain? There are quite a few that it helps. I use a form of Applied Kinesiology to determine where exactly is the best way to use them–and after 27 years I have a good idea. We typically leave them on you for a week, or less if the feel for some reason uncomfortable.
Magnet Therapy For Pain also Treats:
- Headaches (frontal, side, at base of skull) and Migraines
- Weight Issues and obesity
- High Blood Pressure (Hypertension
- Stress and anxiety
- Tennis Elbow
- Sprained ankle
- Back Pain
Contraindications for Magnet Therapy:
- People with pacemakers should not use magnet therapy
- Magnets should not be placed near the heart, aorta, or head region
- Pregnant women should not use strong magnets.
- Should not be taken in situations where there could be complications due to other medical therapy. Check with your Doctor first.