Q magnets are often attached with sports tape, but some people with sensitive or hairy skin or just for convenience sake, may prefer a type of brace.
Cupping is applied by suction within a “cup” on the surface of the skin. An after effect is the stagnation of blood, which can persist for a few weeks after treatment. The application of Q magnets over haematomas has been shown to leave a white circle underneath where the magnet is applied only in a matter of days. Numerous examples have been documented such as these four…
In 2013, Steven Salzberg declared Battlefield Acupuncture the worst quackery for 2011. Follow this link for…his explanation.
Battlefield Acupuncture was pioneered by Dr Richard Niemtzow and is administered at the point of injury to provide comfort and pain relief to wounded soldiers. Salzberg uses pejoratives such as pseudoscience, nonsense and unscientific to label acupuncture, as well as other complimentary therapies such as magnetic field therapy.
I just wanted to drop you a quick note to say Q Magnets have changed my life.
Life As A Child:
At the young age of 6 weeks old I had my first chiropractor appointment, I was born with my neck out of place and continued to have back troubles throughout my childhood. By 12 I couldn’t walk the 5 blocks from school to home, mum used to find me on the side of the road crying in pain, doctors of course didn’t believe there was anything wrong with me and declared I was an attention seeking child. After 3 years of a very dedicated mum fighting them I was finally x-rayed and it turned out I had Scheuermann’s disease and Scoliosis, both are relatively ‘mild’ curves in terms of degrees of curvature and therefore are non operable so I was sent home with the advice “deal with it”.