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Q: I have had knee surgery within the last 6 months... hardly no cartilage left
there... mostly arthritis. Also severe shoulder pain due to arthritis as well.
Will a magnetic bracelet help? Peter Swan (03.10.05)
Thank you for your email.
It is very doubtful that a bracelet will help. It certainly won't help your knee as
are just too far away. By the time the magnetism has been absorbed into your system
round your body to your knee it would not be strong enough to alleviate your pain and
Your shoulder may benefit some from wearing a bracelet, but hen it would have to be
strength bracelet and it won't be as beneficial as wearing something even closer like
support or a high strength necklace.
Drinking magnetised water will also help your condition and help to increase the
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