Q Magnets: A possible Magneto-Neuromodulation Therapy?

Neuromodulation therapies apply a therapeutic stimulus directly to the nervous system.

Ideally, neuromodulation techniques should be noninvasive, biocompatible, and spatially and temporally controllable.

Examples of magneto-neuromodulation are Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) and possibly  Neuromagnetics.

Applying Q Magnets to thumb sprains and other injuries

thumb injuryBy James Hermans

I’ve been fortunate to have been relatively pain free and had little need to use my own products. We’ve used them on our kids a number of times, but I recently had three occasions to use them and it really makes you appreciate how good they are!


Severe pain – what constitutes severe pain and how do you measure it?

newborn babyPlus we list some of the most painful conditions.

Measuring pain and levels of pain is a problematic area, and this is reflected in the huge number of different ways that medical professionals attempt to measure pain.

A quick check of the Wikipedia entry for ‘pain scale’ shows no less than twenty-eight different pain scales, of which the better known include…

Is there any difference in using the north or south pole of a magnet?

magnet with iron filingsWe are often asked… “Which side of the magnet do I apply, the north or south pole?”

A more important question however… “Does using the north or south pole actually make any difference?”

In any case, the question is irrelevant when it comes to Quadrapolar magnets.

Discovery of fibromyalgia biomarker offers hope of earlier diagnosis for sufferers

Fibromyalgia literally means ‘fibrous muscle tissue pain’, which is a pretty accurate description of the condition.

Also referred to as ‘Fibromyalgia Syndrome’, or by the abbreviations ‘FM’ or ‘FMS’, sufferers experience the following symptoms…



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