Q magnets sustaining the effects of acupuncture in Taiwan.

My teacher is a Chinese medicine doctor who introduced me to Q magnets and showed me how to use them to improve my health.

I have been learning Acupoints and how to place Q magnets on specific Acupoints to lower the pain.

Example 1:
My hand will sweat a lot, then I put a Q magnet on the acupuncture point:  「大椎」 (Dazhui – GV 14 or Big vertebra) and it helped to improve my symptoms.

Dr Goiz Biomagnetic Pairing and Q magnets

For practitioners of Dr Goiz Biomagnetic Pairing, the following should be useful in explaining the differences with Q magnets and how they are best used.

The Basics:
Q magnets are a Quadrapolar magnet (four alternating poles NSNS) that produce an optimised field for enhanced effects. They are placed directly over the site of injury and/or the nerves that innervate that area so that the magnetic field envelopes the target tissue. So the design of the magnet and where it is placed is important.

 

Why the orientation arrow?

 

Each Q magnet has a black orientation arrow (or triangle) just above the model number. It’s important when applying your Q magnets that the arrow is always facing along the body or limb, pointing towards the head.

 

Q magnet showing orientation arrow.

New Research Paper Explores How Magnets May Relieve Pain…

 

Pain signals are transmitted by tiny electromagnetic pulses via the nervous system.  Over the years, researchers have proposed many mechanisms for how static magnets might effect nerve cells (neurons) in a way that has therapeutic value.

Some suggestions like magnets attracting iron in the blood are just plain wrong. We have provided a theory of how Q magnets might alleviate pain here, the basis being changes to Sodium (Na+) and Calcium  (Ca2+) ions permeability across the cell membrane. The flow of Na+ and Ca2+ ions through gates within the nerve cell membrane are how these tiny electromagnetic pulses, called Action Potentials reach threshold voltage in order to discharge. The action potential is the fundamental pulse of the nervous system.

The theory of how Quadrapolar magnets provide pain relief goes like this…

Mixed Martial Arts fighter using Q magnets to help recover…

 

Paul “The Gentleman” Bradley is an All-American Wrestler and Mixed Martial Arts fighter. Full-contact combat sports bring significant stresses on the body and Paul explains how Q magnets have been a useful tool in helping to recover from injury.

 

Even for an old injury such as tennis elbow, simply use sports tape to secure a Q magnet such as QF20-3 or QF28-3 over the tender point or as Paul does it, wear an arm brace and glue the magnet in underneath as shown in this video.

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