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Magnet Therapy

Today, magnet therapy has been officially accepted as a medical procedure in Germany, Japan, Israel, Russia and 45 other countries for the treatment of arthritis, back pain, bursitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, headaches, sinus headaches, tennis elbow, and many other inflammatory, orthopedic and neurological problems.” –Julian Whitaker, M.D., and Brenda Adderly, M.H.A.- Authors of

The Pain Relief Breakthrough

More than just a useful tool to hold photos on a refrigerator, from ancient times, magnets have long been considered to have healing abilities.  In Egypt, the utilization of magnets was exercised almost exclusively by the priestly class, whilst in India, magnets were used to stop bleeding as well as for the treatment of certain feminine ailments.  The Chinese believed in the therapeutic value of magnets at least 2,000 years ago and in medieval Europe, famed physician Paracelsus used magnets to treat a variety of illnesses.  Recent knowledge of this healing art in the United States, is attributed to Japanese practitioners of acupuncture who incorporated magnet therapy for pain relief.     Modern scientific studies are on-going to verify the use of this healing modality which though unconventional, is gaining increasing acceptance.  More


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