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My husband has Ankylosing Spondylitis
and suffers constant pain with it. I have read that some of
the magnetic therapy bracelets would help, what would you
advice? Any help will be much appreciated. Thank You in
Laura Randall (14.12.05)
Thank you for your email.
Magnetic therapy can help your husband's condition, but a bracelet would not be
best way to go.
It would depend on where he suffers with his pain. Typically his condition
with lower back
pain and can gradually move up the spine into the neck and shoulders. These
different types of magnetic device to treat them.
If his pain is more in his lower back then he can use a magnetic back belt. This
neoprene strap that fastens with velcro. It contains 12 x 2,400 gauss magnets so
of a high
strength. It can be worn around the waist or lower down over the hips if his
more in his
lower back. The magnets will increase the circulation to the area, bringing with
a rich supply
of nutrients, oxygen and endorphins which are needed to encourage the body to
and reduce pain
If his pain is in his shoulders or neck then he would be better off with a
necklace. The necklace contains a 3,000 gauss magnet behind each link so is of a
strength. The magnets in the necklace will work the same way as the magnets in
If he didn't want to wear separate items, we do thing like bed pad and mattress
covers that cover
a larger area and so can treat multiple areas at the same time.
If you need any more advice or if is pain is somewhere else and you need to know
more then please
get in touch.
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