About Magnetic Therapy
"Today, magnetic therapy has been officially accepted as a medical procedure in Germany, Japan, Russia, and 45 other countries for the treatment of arthritis, back pain, bursitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, headaches, sinus headaches, and many inflammatory, orthopedic and neurological problems." - Julian Whitaker, M.D., author of The Pain Relief Breakthrough

"I have found an 85 percent effective rate (of pain relief) using permanent magnets, higher than anything you could expect, better than most medicines." - Dr. Ronald Lawrence, Clinical Professor of Medicine at UCLA

"Magnetic Therapy has been used for centuries to help relieve stress, increase circulation, relax muscles and reduce pain.  Throughout the world people believe in the power of magnetic therapy as a helpful soothing aide to aches and pains.   In the orient, magnetics have been used to relieve sore joints and reduce swelling." - Dr. Jack Levine, Director Emeritus of Orthopedic Surgery, Brookdale Hospital Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York

"Nearly $150 million worth of magnets are sold as medical products each year in the Unites States." - Star Tribune, August 25, 1999

"Another study, published in the American Journal of Pain Management in January, used magnets to treat patients with pain in both feet.  Researchers led by Dr. Michael Weintraub of New York Medical College has 19 patients wear foot pads with low-intensity magnets on one foot and a placebo pad on the other.  After four months almost all of the patients reported a significant decrease in pain in the foot with the magnetic pad." - Star Tribune, August 25, 1999

"Magnets lessen foot pain of diabetics, a study finds - a finding that runs counter to many previous studies.  The study appears in [the January] issue of the American Journal of Pain Management." - New York Times, January 6, 1999

"Magnets eased foot pain.  By the end of the study, nine of 10 diabetics reported less pain." - Associated Press

"At Baylor, for instance, researchers found magnet therapy eased the pain of 76 percent of patients." - Living & Leisure, April 17, 1999

"At Vanderbilt University Medical Center, 80-90 percent of patients with pain from sports injuries or accidents found relief after magnetic treatments." - Health

How does Magnetic Therapy work?

  • Magnetic Therapy helps the body relieve discomfort by increasing circulation of blood to areas of pain.

  • Magnetic Therapy has been successful in helping provide relief from common conditions including Arthritis, Poor Circulation, Pain in Back and Joints, and Headaches.

  • Magnetic Therapy increases bloodflow by stimulating cellular activity through the "Hall Effect", which is a general heating of a magnetized area.

  • Magnetic Therapy contains heat-sensitive material, Confor foam, that molds to your body shape.
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