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Q: I have
had a long term on/off hip joint pain for many years (starting in my late
teens, I am now 38). Doctors have only described pain killers, I also have
occasional localised pelvic pain resulting from a horse riding accident 5 years
ago, what type of magnetic bracelet therapy would you recommend? Thank you.
Claire Hampton (21.10.05)
Thank you for your email.
I wouldn't recommend a magnetic bracelet at all. You need to have the magnets
closer to the problem. I am sure that magnets can help with your pain but a
bracelet is too far away from your hip to have any real effect.
I would recommend that you wore a magnetic back belt around your hip area. This
belt is made of neoprene and fastens with velcro. It is comfortable and we can
do it in a super strength version for you that would contain 10 x 2,600 gauss
magnets instead of the standard 12 x 800 gauss magnets. You would need to wear
this all the time, even at night until your pain had been resolved. Then you can
remove it and just reuse it when you get a flare up or you could carry on
wearing it all the time to prevent your pain coming back.
You should also drink magnetised water as this will again increase the strength
of the magnets in the belt by an extra 10% so that you feel the effects more
quickly and they are more effective. Combining magnets on the outside of the
body with drinking magnetised water is the best way to treat your pain.
Have a look on the website at the super strength back belt and the water wand
and if you need anymore information then please get back to me.
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