Magnetic Therapy Real life Stories
Arthritis in back, hips and knees
"I had been diagnosed with severe arthritis in 1995 in my back, hips and knees.
I had one hip replacement operation in the year 2000 and the other in 2004,
having spent a small fortune on various tablets, creams and gadgets which didn't
work. I saw an advert in a paper about magnetic therapy and phoned Dee to
enquire. I was willing to give the Magnopain magnetic belt for my back a try and
I have to admit it is marvellous. It has given me a new lease of life. I had
been on painkillers four times a day and now I have cut them down to twice a day
and I hope to come off them altogether soon. All this and I only started wearing
the belt 5 weeks ago. I also bought the magnetic knee strap, water wand, bed pad
and shoe insoles, which I believe are all helping with my aches and pains. Thank
Isle of Skye.
7th March 2007
Arthritis in knees
"I recently purchased two magnetic knee straps for my 80 year old mother who now
finds it hard to climb stairs and to bend down and kneel due to Arthritis. I
have been a firm believer in magnets for quite a few years and wear a magnetic
bracelet 24/7 which I am sure has eliminated the Menopause (No sweating,
irritability) etc as I feel my hormones are balanced. My mother after just a few
days of wearing the straps could not believe the mobility that she now has and
is pain free when climbing stairs, she is trying little things each day, which
she could not do for a long time and is very pleased with herself that she is
winning. Here is a skeptic who poo pooed healing magnets when I first started
using them, but she has now admitted she was wrong, there's a first. Thank you
so much for your time and trouble and the information that you send please keep
up the good work."
5th March 2007
"I was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease about 2 years ago. I do not have
tremors in my upper limbs, but do have stiffness and the muscles in my legs and
I started wearing magnetic knee straps in December 2006. I felt an immediate
improvement and the severe leg pain was noticeably better. I now experience
almost no pain at all in my legs. This has improved the walking I am now able to
do and has reduced the need for painkillers.
I still use Sinemet Plus (anti parkinsons drug) but am much more mobile since
wearing the magnetic knee straps."
Mrs Caroline Peck,
27th January 2007
"I purchased two magnetic knee straps, one pair of insoles and a water wand in
January after a chat with nurse Dee as my husband could hardly walk without pain
in his knee. After eight weeks he was walking again and had NO PAIN. Thank you
for all your help, we are both VERY GRATEFUL."
Mrs Margret Bowater,
6th April 2007
Arthritis in hips
"My name is Ruth Naile I am 67 years old and I have had arthritis for at least
15 years due to several motorcycle accidents (and age). I heard of 'World of
Magnets' in a magazine article and decided to try the treatment - disliking
taking of pain killers, which I consider only 'masks' the problem.
First 'dipping' my toes in the water, I tried the hip strap (magnetic back belt)
which eased the pain within 3 weeks so I invested in the hip and lower leg
straps etc as recommended by Dee Parsons, specialist nurse. I would highly
recommend your firm to anyone suffering arthritis pain, it's magic! Thanks also
to Dee, always approachable and helpful with her advice. May we wish you every
Mrs Ruth Naile,
5th April 2007
"For many years I have suffered from a condition called trigeminal neuralgia. An
excruciating pain down the right side of my nose and my right eye. Visits to the
hospital for an MRI scan followed by endless trips to my GP for suitable pain
killers have left me in total frustration. Nothing even touches the pain. I have
to go to bed and the pain is so bad it makes me physically sick. Then my sister
told me about the world of magnets.
I started with a small healing magnet placed against my nose, followed by a
magnetic water wand which is put in water and then a magnetic pillow. After a
week I started to notice a difference in the amount of attacks I was having. I
have now been using magnets for three months and I am now completely out of pain
most of the time. I still get small twinges but nothing to what it was. I want
to send a big thank you to Dee for all her help and advice, and also to my
sister for telling me about this wonderful product. Yes, it really does work."
Mrs Denise Claxton,
12th April 2007
"Wearing a magnetic necklace has alleviated somewhat the pain of cervical
spondylosis, but I find that I have to remove it every few weeks as it seems to
stop working. I give it a couple of weeks rest and then try it again. I also use
tens when it get's really bad. they do work. the pain does not go away
completely but both tens and healing magnets seem to help. Try them; see if they
will work for you. Anything is better than taking pain killers. Going abroad to
the sunshine does help. Wish I could do it all the time."
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