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Posted by IonLoop on 9/5/2013
“Do these magnet sport bracelets really work?” If we had a dollar for every time we have been asked that question over the last few years we would have escaped to the Caribbean many months ago! We refer our skeptical potential customers to our testimonial page and they soon become actual IonLoop customers. Magnetic therapy and the effects of magnets on the human body are widely discussed topics with opinions that often times are quite divergent. There is however a magnet technology that has been proven to have a positive effect on the human body…Pulse Magnet Therapy. This proven magnetic therapy has been used by doctors in the United States and Europe as an aid for pain reduction treatments. So the short answer to, Do magnetic bracelets work, is yes they really do.
In the United States, since 1991, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has accredited pulse magnetic therapy “for use within the remedy of palliative post-operative pain and swelling, particularly about the remedy of surface soft tissue,” according to an article on the Health Reports website.
The use of magnetic fields for clinical purposes dates back to the 16th century when a Swiss physician, Paracelsus, used lodestones to treat a series of ailments. The use of magnets for clinical treatments was also documented throughout the centuries in different parts of the world to treat whole spectrum of illnesses such as headaches, inflammation of the bowels, rheumatism, gout, and toothache.
Then, during the 1970’s, pulse magnetic therapy emerged in the U.S. Also according to the Health Reports article, “a specialist group beneath Dr. Bassett labored to create Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMFT) or Pulse Magnetic Therapy (PMT).” Pulse magnetic therapy was initially created to assist on the treatment of bone fractures due to evidence that electric fields promoted bone growth. Later that decade, in Australia, Alan Dwyer, considered a leading member within the sector of pulsed magnetic therapy, used pulse magnetic therapy as a lower back pain treatment. He recorded fantastic results! Today, pulse magnetic therapy is used for the treatment of post-operative pain and edema, chronic pain, tissue repair, and depression.
IonLoop magnetic bracelets do not offer Pulse Technology but we do offer a very affordable way for anyone with an active lifestyle to enjoy the benefits of simple static magnet technology. These IonLoop magnetic bracelets not only have negative ion + magnet technology they are colorful, comfortable, and stylish.
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