Very few people go through life without having to deal with low back pain and many will endure debilitating low back pain for years. If you live with low back pain, please keep an open mind as you learn how Q magnets may provide a simple, inexpensive and effective treatment option as it has for thousands of people.
Using Q magnetic therapy for low back pain is simple.
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Treatment protocol for using Q magnetic therapy to treat low back pain.
For more information, see how Q magnets work and how they produce a therapeutic field to penetrate deep enough to treat low back pain.
There are multiple documented case studies you can learn from:
- John suffered low back pain for 27 years after sustaining an injury at L3/4 and L5/S1 from a work injury. Here is how John used Q magnets to treat his low back pain.
- Sam suffered a back injury when he was 20 years old and after a lumbar fusion of L5/S1 endured constant pain for over 15 years. Here is how Sam used Q magnets to treat his low back pain.
- Lynette was looking for alternatives to surgery after suffering low back for 10 years. Here is the difference Q magnets made to Lynette’s life.
Q magnets last for years, are a one-off purchase and can be used over and over to treat all sorts of painful conditions. Depending on the type of pain and your budget, choose from one of the bonus packages listed…
I’ve seen some amazing things using Q magnets for lower back pain. When they have been applied in the right position and they are going to work, the effects in reduced pain and increased range of movement are noticed almost immediately. You are probably a lot like me and found that low back pain caused by lumbar disc injuries are usually very slow to respond to treatment.
The following video clip is from a news feature by a popular Australian health series called Good Medicine. The reporter and film crew traveled all the way to Nashville to investigate the pioneering medical research into Quadrapolar magnets and interviewed a golfer with back pain that was preventing him from swinging through the ball.
For more news features on Quadrapolar magnets, see our YouTube channel here…
For more detailed case studies, two were published in Pediatric Neurology and highlight the plight of some pain sufferers who have to endure multiple costly and invasive procedures while doctors establish a correct diagnosis. In these two cases, simply applying four Q magnets successfully treated their low back pain in a matter of minutes.
Download the journal article here.
Sure there have been published studies that have shown that magnetic therapy has not been effective in treating back pain. A study by Collacott, et al. 2000, published in JAMA illustrates the importance of dosing parameters. Collacott investigated the effects of a 300G (30mT) flexible rubber multipolar magnet, with an effective penetration of less than 10mm on lower back pain. This study was unlikely to show a positive effect due to the weakness of the magnetic device relative to the depth of the target tissue.
It requires a magnetic device such as the QF28-6 or OF50-3 to penetrate the 30-40mm required to capture the nerve roots and dorsal horn of the spine and potentially have an effect for many low back pain conditions such as a disc bulge. See image below showing the penetration of the QF28-6 Q Magnet into the lower spine and nerve root.
It is misleading to conclude from this and other similar studies that magnetic therapy is simply ineffective. A more scientific conclusion is that the treatment protocol used for the particular condition is ineffective.
Q magnet design is based upon promising research on the physiological and therapeutic effects of inhomogeneous static magnetic fields. The variety of models with different shapes and sizes enables the user to choose the recommended device based on the treatment protocol.
SPECIAL NOTE FOR DISC PAIN:
Disc related back pain can be serious. For instance, severe cases of a herniated disc (sometimes called a slipped or ruptured disc) causing pressure on the spinal nerve can lead to paraplegia. This nerve pressure is termed mechanical pain and based on patient and clinical feedback, Q magnets will NOT help mechanical nerve pain. Professional medical advice and a proper diagnosis should be sought. Please see limitations of Q magnets for more information.
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