Magnetic therapy


What is Magnetic therapy?

What to expect when you visit a therapist

History (in brief)

What is magnetic therapy?

This document provides general information on what to expect when you visit a therapist, as well as explaining briefly how their discipline works. It must be noted, however, that every therapist works in an individual way, and may subscribe to slightly different theories as to how their practice is carried out. It is always advisable that you ask to see relevant qualifications and discuss the treatment offered to you by the practitioner if you are in any doubt whatsoever.

Magnetic therapy is the use of magnets to aid healing by influencing the body's natural bio-electrical currents.

This therapy is also known as biomagnetic therapy or magnetotherapy. It works on the premise that the human body cells have a magnetic force. According to practitioners, the iron atoms contained in red corpuscles, a component of blood respond to magnetism.

Magnetic therapy is based on the theory that by placing magnets on the skin, over particular areas in the body, you will increase the blood flow in that area. This has the advantage of speeding up the elimination of toxins and increasing the supply of oxygen to the cells.

Main uses

Musculo-skeletal disorders.

It can also relieve arthritis, headaches, migraines, hormonal imbalances, wound healing, problems with circulation, insomnia and fatigue.

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