Using Q magnets and magnetic field therapy for heel pain (plantar fasciitis)…

Plantar fasciitis or heel pain (not to be confused with heel spurs) is a common complaint from many an athlete, both young and old. The pain is caused by inflammation of the plantar fascia, a ligament that runs under the foot from the heel bone to the toes.

Pain from inflammation and soft tissue injury is where Q magnets make a significant difference. They can help with pain relief and injury recovery so you can get back to your sport sooner.

 

Using Q magnets to Recover Faster from Hamstring Tear

Hamstring tears are one of the athlete’s worst nightmares. A typical hamstring strain can sideline an athlete for 2-4 weeks and even up to 3-6 months. In addition the pain and fear avoidance of using the muscle can prevent even modest training during rehabilitation. Fast recovery is the goal!

The hamstring comprises four muscles, with the origin at the ischial tuberosity (pelvis) and insertion at the knee. There are also five tendons joining muscle and bone.

A hamstring tear can occur anywhere along these muscles and tendons and often at the muscular tendenous junction. Typical treatment might include rest, ice, electrotherapy, stretches, manual therapy and advice to prevent recurrence. For an in-depth review of hamstring strains, see this physiotherapy site.

Ridiculous arguments against magnetic field therapy deserve comical responses…

 

Some of the arguments put forward by skeptics against magnetic therapy are so hilarious, we’ve come up with a comical responses of our own…
(Drawing by our 15 year old daughter Melissa)

Not All Magnets Are Created Equal
Not All Magnets Are Created Equal