History of magnets
How do magnets work?
Magnetic strength and measurement
Uses of magnets for common ailments
Application of magnetic therapy
Magnetic Therapy Research
Animals and Magnetic therapy
Painkillers And Their Side-Effects
How Healthy Are You?
NHS prescribes Magnetic
for patients with leg ulcers
The Sunday Times Newspaper on 26th February 2006,
revealed that the NHS has for the very first time allowed magnetic
therapy treatment devices to be prescribed by G.P's. At this moment
in time, the devices they are able to prescribe are limited to the
treatment of chronic leg ulcers. The magnets, that will be used,
will speed up the ulcer's healing rate and encourage new cell and
A UK based clinical study completed in 2003 provided strong
evidence that magnetic leg straps were more effective than
traditional compression bandaging techniques and have been deemed
buy the prescribing authority to be more cost effective.
As yet the NHS has not revealed any plans to widen the
prescribing powers of GP's to allow them to incorporate other
magnetic therapy devices into their mainstream treatments,
but surely it will not be very long before we see magnetic therapy
being used alongside conventional drugs therapies. Magnets
have for many years now demonstrated to be equally and in many cases
more effective than conventional pain killing drug therapies.
It is blatantly obvious that there are numerous
advantages to introducing chemical and drug free options along side
existing treatments. Magnetic therapy does not aim to replace
existing methods of treatment but simply aims to complement and
assist in the reduction of painful symptoms and help speed up the
healing process. Due to the fact that magnetic therapy is a non
toxic treatment which has no known side effects, magnets seem an
attractive alternative to taking potentially harmful medications
which have countless side effects. The one big plus side for the NHS
is that when compared with the cost of prescription medications
magnets have a relatively low cost. Potentially the NHS could save
over 100 million pounds a year on prescription painkillers if
magnetic therapy was made available to treat a full range of
diseases. What will most likely happen is that the Department of
Health will watch the new prescription of magnetic therapy for leg
ulcers with interest. I expect a further review of magnetic therapy
devices by GPs to be made within the next couple of years
Until then the public will have to continue to fork out the
bill for magnetic therapy treatments. This may seem unfair, as
proven treatments should be widely available. Still pain sufferers
can take some solace from that fact that if they use
therapy they could drastically reduce the need for prescription pain
killers which will not only improve their health but also take the
strain of their pocket, as magnets cost significantly less than a
years worth of prescription costs.
The public can also rest assured that magnetic therapy has at
long last gained the medical professions approval; something that
has been a long time coming. So many clinical studies have
previously been rejected and slammed by the British Medical
Association, now it seems they are ready to eat their words and
admit that they were wrong, it isnít the first time and Iím sure it
wonít be the last.
Magnets can help with the scores of medical conditions such as:
Arthritis, Osteoporosis, Spodylosis, Fibromyalgia, Back pain,
sciatica, diabetes, insomnia, migraine, M.S, stroke, high blood
pressure, poor circulation and many more.
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