I'd like to ask you whether you've ever heard about such kind of physiotherapy as magneto-therapy?
the matter is I've encountered with this way of therapy here - http://magneto-therapy.eu. and I have friends who gave advices me to use it for treat my problems with joints, because it helped them to get over different illnesses from diabetic foot to dental pain and even erectile dysfunction, without any side effect. so, tell me please your opinion. especially if you have ever tried it!
A machine called a Magnetic Molecular Energizer, or MME there have been very few treatment applications for electromagnetism Case studies show that stroke,
Parkinson’s disease, cerebral palsy, congestive heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), diabetic neuropathy, and chronic non-healing injuries and other trauma can all be significantly improved with this breakthrough therapy. The MME operates somewhat
like an MRI as they both use strong DC electromagnetic fields. However, an MRI receives resonating electromagnetic fields generated from the body due to a radio frequency
input. This signal then creates an image. The MME applies DC electromagnetic fields to the body to treat various conditions. So an MRI is a “receiver,” while an MME is a “transmitter.” The MME device is made up of two strong electromagnets, which apply a direct-current magnetic field to the body. Unlike MRI, MME treatments aren't done in a “tunnel.” Instead, you lie on an open bed, which moves you into the correct position
between the two magnets and magnetic fields. These electromagnetic fields interact with the electrons in atoms in cells in the area of focus on your body. Some of the electrons on these atoms start moving faster, which leads to enhanced electron transfer.
Electron transfer is the basic action in all chemical reactions of the body. So the magnetic field causes all your body’s normal processes to become heightened. Oxygen gets carried throughout the body faster and more efficiently. Nutrients from your food and supplements get assimilated more quickly and effectively. Waste gets removed from your cells and organs sooner than it would otherwise. And, perhaps most importantly, tissues get regenerated more rapidly, which means that healing time for all sorts of injuries—from brain and nerve damage to broken bones —is dramatically reduced. And, with MME, tissues that have remained damaged and unhealing for years, even decades, can be induced to
heal. This allows the patient to recover significant—sometimes even complete—function.
This sounds very technical and involved, and on a molecular level, it is. But magnet therapy has actually been around for quite a long time, well before technological advancements like MRI and MME machines. In fact, ancient Egyptians and Greeks used magnets for healing
.But like any other alternative therapy, magnets have met with their share of skepticism and criticism. And the magnet hype that came about several years ago—coupled with the deluge of substandard magnetic products boasting wild claims—certainly didn’t do
much to help this therapy’s reputation. But the fact is, magnets do work in many cases
Different magnets, different results. I can't put down all the information but what I can tell you is give it a try If you have a problem.
Magnetic therapy has dangers, and in my opinion it is relatively worthless due to the way it has been practiced. Depending on the magnetic orientation it is possible to precipitate a malignancy.
Imaging machines with high magnetic fields are much more dangerous to the operator on one side because of the field. The concept that "different magnets bring different results" is a meaningless statement. As is the statement that "magnetism causes your body proceses to be heightened." This is gibberish.
Over the years I have been peripherally involved with Dr. Guy Obolensky, who has been conducting medical trials and experiments with high-voltage electricity and magnetism under medical supervision. The jury is still out. Under certain circumstances, it appears that prostatic malignancies can undergo remission, but with a varient in the magnetic field they can grow out of control. It appears that there is great potential for good with magnetism, but our experiments suggest that there are many parameters that have to be identified and explored before this protocol becomes safe to use.
There is no rational basis nor competent practicioner available, and to use this treatment is foolish and potentially dangerous. If you enjoy a nice game of Russian Roulette, feel free to "give it a try".
That is not to say that someday in the future we may be able to use controlled magnetic fields to influence body function, and specifically induce remission in malignances, but that day is not here yet, and won't be for a decade or two.
Is it possible that the technology is more sophisticated in Europe? We like to think that America is on the cutting edge in medicine, but this is not always the case. I, for instance, have been using European eye drops for cataracts for nine months. So far my visual acuity has improved from 20/200 (left eye) and 20/70 (right eye), to 20/100 and 20/50. There is nothing else that can account for the change.
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