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I have suffered with rsi (wrist) for
years this problem has become a lot better since I changed
jobs, my problem now is tennis elbow can magnets help? I
also have a dodgy Knee. I have been for physiotherapy the
physio says I need to build the muscle up to support the
knee. (this just makes it worst than ever) Should I try a
magnet on that also?
Thank you for your email.
Magnets can help with all of the ailments that you have mentioned, they will
pain, inflammation and stiffness in the area in which they are worn.
If you still get RSI in your wrist then a magnetic bracelet or wrist strap would
need to be worn
there. For tennis elbow an elbow strap worn just above the elbow joint would be
best. Your knee
pain can be helped by using a magnetic knee strap either just above or just
the knee cap,
but if you have been told that you need to strengthen the muscles in that area
support the knee
then you should do any exercises that they have given you to help with that
cure the problem they will only take away the pain and swelling. Wearing a
will help to control your pain and inflammation and this may enable you to do
You should wear these magnets 24 hours a day 7 days a week at first until you
benefits and then you may take them off if you wish but the pain will come back
some point so
a lot of people wear them all the time prevent the pain coming back.
If you need any more advice then please get in touch.
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