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Why this Australian manufacturer of magnetic therapy devices agrees with Choice’s 2018 Shonky Awards

2018 shonky awardsNeuromagnetics Australia has no problem with Choice including magnetic therapy on the Shonky list.

Choice is an Australian non-profit organisation looking out for the interests of consumers.

Its annual Shonky Awards name and shame products and companies they perceive as taking advantage of consumers. This is our official Press Release on the matter…

Scientific evidence for magnetic field therapy

 

Many people ask, what’s the scientific evidence for using magnets for pain relief?

Like any medical treatment, the subject of evidence should address the question, does it work? But the bottom line is…do the benefits outweigh the risks and inconvenience and justify the costs? The simplicity and low costs of static magnets, certainly sets a low bar in this respect.

 

Are the Dinosaurs of Medicine the Innovators or the Sceptics?

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.

 

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