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My sister is recovering from a T2-T3 spinal cord injury and
currently suffers from
muscle spasms, rigidity and spasticity in her lower extremities. She does
not have complete
control of her bowels and bladder and has decreased sensation from the waist
down. Do you think magnetic
therapy and/or products would help in her situation? We were thinking of
purchasing her a
magnetic mattress pad to potentially decrease the pain she's in when waking in
each morning. Any help or
information you can give me would be appreciated.
Kristin Gatlos (02.09.05)
Thank you for your email.
A magnetic mattress cover and drinking magnetised water would be the best way to
will help to increase the strength of the magnets that she is using on the
of her body as
well as helping to get the magnetism into her system more quickly. The mattress
cover, if slept on
every night, will help with her spasms and rigidity and reduce the amount of
that she is in.
The results won't be immediate and everyone reacts to magnets in a different
of time so
persevere with it and don't give up just because you haven't seen an improvement
within the first
couple of weeks.
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