pain relief Posts

Q magnets allowing massage therapist to once again work full days

Q magnets came recommended to me via a friend who had used them and was very impressed.

I have used the QF28-3 magnet on my lumbo-thoracic joint (T12/L1) to help with extreme spinal stiffness and pain reduction.

I can now work a full day without pain and regained range of movement (ROM) through the thoracic spine up to 80%

Kirsty Rehn, South Australia
Northern Hills Massage Therapies

Using Q magnets and magnetic field therapy for heel pain (minor plantar surface foot pain)…

Plantar surface foot pain (not to be confused with heel spurs) is a common complaint from many an athlete, both young and old. Pain can be 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 minor sprains and strains is where Q magnets can potentially provide comfort or localized temporary relief of minor aches and pains. Hopefully helping you get back to your sport sooner.

 

Shoulder injury causing grief, helped along with Q magnets…

A big thank you to Q magnets which are working so well!

Shoulder pain relief with Q magnets

Shoulder pain relief with Q magnets

I have had a shoulder injury for which I get low level laser treatment from my doctor every fortnight. But because I’m a diabetic, it apparently takes my body longer to recover.  It has already been 3 Months and I was having to take 4 painkillers before bed just to get a bit of pain free sleep.  After it was suggested I trial the Q magnets, I now no longer need to take ANY pain killers. This was to my utter amazement AND I get relief 24/7, whereas the pain killers would wear off half way through the night.

Thanks to Neuromagnetics Australia for your excellent customer service, advice and amazingly quick delivery.

Magnet field therapy for pain relief – Radio 2UE Healthy Living

We have provided a transcript of the interview with some links to the supporting documents and quoted studies.

Introduction by host David Prior of 2UE:
People have been using magnets for a long time now, third century AD the Greeks were actually treating arthritis with magnets. Medieval doctors used magnets to treat gout, poisoning and also baldness, believe it or not. Today, magnets are popular for pain relief for shoe insoles, bracelets, head bands, belts and mattress pads. So, can magnets bring about better health doctor Ross? What is the research?

Guest:
OK, last week (link to last week’s show) I was mentioning that I have trialled magnets for pain relief, I’ve trialled the Scenar therapy and I’ve also trialled the Pain Master. All of which have given me enormous relief, which I think is a good thing. I don’t think you need the very rigid randomised controlled clinical trials that you might need for strong pharmaceutical agents that also have the potential for harm or for significant surgical procedures. Alex called up and said I shouldn’t be condoning or advising therapy that doesn’t have proper science. He said there was a Cochrane Review that said that magnets don’t help at all, that it’s basically just snake oil salesman stuff.

Inhomogeneous static magnetic field (magnetic therapy) effects on TMJ Pain

DISCLAIMER:
The type of magnet used is this study is not a Q magnet.
The safety and effectiveness of Q magnets has not been established in the treatment of dental or TMJ pain.

 

A recent paper studying the effects of an inhomogeneous magnetic field on dental pain was published in the International Journal of Radiation Biology. While the size of the study was relatively small (29 for TMJ pain) and of short duration (5 min), none the less, it demonstrated a significant pain relieving effect over placebo. The magnetic device used in this study was not a Q magnet, but being a multipolar magnet they share many of the same characteristics.

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