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Knee Pain – Acupuncture, Low Level Laser and Q magnets pain relief


Acupuncture is a popular complementary therapy for knee pain, however a recent study did not recommend acupuncture for chronic knee pain in patients over 50 years. In this article we review the research and show how acupuncture can be combined synergistically with Q magnet therapy as a supplementary treatment for even better pain relief (see references below).


We have had feedback from many people claiming Q magnets complement acupuncture for the relief of pain from knee osteoarthritis.

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.

Extending the working life of the industrial athlete…

Many professional athletes use Q magnets to help with pain and injury recovery. Likewise, there are many “industrial athletes” who face similar physical demands. This is a summary of a conversation we had with Scott on how he has been using Q magnets over the past 4 years.

How well will your body cope with physical work demands in your 40's, 50's and even 60's?

How well will your body cope with physical work demands in your 40’s, 50’s and even 60’s?

“I first started using magnets (Magna Bloc) in around 2005 and found them to be quite effective. By 2010, I needed to order more, but couldn’t find them and my wife discovered Q magnets while searching on the internet. I’m glad she did, because I love the Q magnets even more.

Q magnets For Improving Athletic Performance

Serious athletes are used to high intensity training, it goes with the territory. However, over exertion and/or accumulative fatigue can result in trauma through sprains, strains, fractures and bruising. Soft-tissue injuries often prevent athletes from performing at their best and recovery times are critical.

Q magnets are potentially a simple and safe therapy option for athletes and should be on-hand when the need arises. Here we explain how to use Q magnets for minor strains and sprains and other injuries and the evidence.

Simon Black is one of the all time great AFL players and a genuine, terrific person. Simon was introduced to Q magnets through the football club support staff and until we interviewed him, we had no idea how much he used Q magnets and how much he loved them. They were integral in his recovery routine and in extending his playing career.

Vanderbilt Medical University staff member recommends Q magnets for shoulder pain…

A staff member at Vanderbilt Medical University recommended I trial Q magnets for a long term shoulder complaint. While I was hesitant to order them all the way from Australia, they did arrive soon enough.

After 3 unsuccessful surgeries on my left shoulder, my life revolved around Fentanyl patches; for 6 years. For the first time I’ve been able to slowly reduce my dosage. Hopefully, I will one day be off the patches for good. I’m not pain free, but I’m better than I’ve been since 1985.

David from Arkansas. July, 2014


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