Ridiculous arguments against magnetic field therapy deserve comical responses (II)…

This is the second drawing in our comical response series…

Some of the arguments put forward by skeptics against magnetic therapy are so hilarious, we’ve come up with a few comical responses of our own. How many times do you hear people say magnets are too weak or they don’t penetrate deep enough to do anything. It’s like someone saying why would you want to carry a brick mobile phone with you, they’re too heavy and all you can do is make a call.
(Drawing by our 16 year old daughter Melissa)

 

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Powerful Australian Rules Footballers find key to chronic back pain.

Yesterday I bumped into Australian Rules footballer Daniel Merrett of the Brisbane Lions. Daniel is a long time user of Q magnets for back pain and while competing against the Geelong Cats power forward Tom Hawkins, thought he could feel something taped to his back. Daniel asked if he was wearing a Q magnet and sure enough; he was!

Tom’s back pain was the subject of much conjecture in the media. But after using Q magnets in combination with a range of other treatments, seems to have put the debilitating back pain behind him.

Back pain affects around 80% of the population at some time and can suck the joy out of life. Thousands of people around the world like John have used Quadrapolar technology to conquer back pain.

Low back disc bulge pain relief and hubby’s shoulder bonus

“I have a bulging disc in my lower back and have tried many therapies for relief. Within an hour of wearing a QF28-3 magnet I had 50% relief, my first good night’s sleep in over two years, and the following day I was up to 80% relief. My husband suffers from calcification on his shoulder due to an old injury and within two hours of wearing two QF28-3 magnets said the ache had almost vanished. I would definitely recommend anyone try them, they really work wonders”.

T Combe, South Australia.

 

Physiotherapist and professional athlete shares 7 year journey with Q magnets

Over the years we have received many endorsements from famous athletes and health professionals around the world. This well considered feedback from Nick Kenny would have to be one of the most significant for three reasons. Nick…

  1. Qualified as a physiotherapist in 2005 AND was a professional Rugby League player for 9 years.
  2. Played the toughest of sports and supplemented his rehab with Q magnets.
  3. As a practicing physiotherapist, has observed the clinical benefits with his own patients.

 

Physiotherapist experience using magnetic therapy on haematoma/bruise

Graceville Physiotherapy in Brisbane, Australia provides excellent care for sports injuries and rehabilitation.

Over the past few months they have gained valuable experience using Q magnets to complement their other treatments for soft tissue injuries and pain.

They recently posted a patient experience on their Facebook page, check it out by clicking on the links below…

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