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My name is Kath and I am fast
approaching 50! I suffer with arthritis in both knees but at
the moment my Right knee is by far the more problematic of
the two. I have been prescribed pain killers and I have
found that physiotherapy
does provide some relief. Could you
advise me about any magnetic therapy that may help resolve
Kath Mountain (08.11.05)
Thank you for your email.
I would advise magnetic knee straps. Wearing these around the knees will reduce
swelling and pain.
You can either wear one knee strap on your worst knee and then swap it over when
the pain has been reduced or you can wear 2 knee straps one on each knee and
treat both knees at the same time.
The knee straps are made of neoprene and are about 1 and a half inches wide.
They fasten with velcro so are fully adjustable. They contain 6 magnets
measuring 2600 gauss each so are of a high strength and quality.
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