magnet therapy


Also found in: Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

magnet therapy

n.
An alternative medical therapy in which the placement of magnets or magnetic devices on the skin is thought to prevent or treat symptoms of disease, especially pain.
References in periodicals archive ?
Apparently, this version of magnet therapy buoys my spirits and keeps me going until the next venture into the unknown.
Dr Jen Gunter, a Canadian gynaecologist, explained magnet therapy does nothing but "lighten your wallet", and countered the claims LadyCare can ease menopause symptoms.
producer s more than 20-year-long encounter with the growth and manufacturing of tools for the magnet therapy,.
3] s more than 20-year-long encounter with the advancement and production of tools for the magnet therapy,.
manufacturer s more than 20-year-long experience with the growth and production of tools for the magnet therapy,.
The designed object is rebuilt and expanded municipal building for rehabilitation services for the following program area entrance, communication vertical and horizontal sanitation zone reception with waiting room, changing rooms, medical offices, facilities rehabilitation (physiotherapy, electrotherapy, phototherapy, cryotherapy, hydrotherapy, laser therapy, magnet therapy, massage, storage room provided on the X-ray room and technical facilities and support, designed for workers.
There are many methods one can try - hypnosis, acupuncture, herbs and supplements, electronic cigarettes, nicotine lollipops and gums, magnet therapy and more.
Over the years, hundreds of randomized controlled trials (RCTs) have emerged to investigate the value of various herbal treatments, vitamin therapies, magnet therapy, acupuncture, tai chi, aromatherapy, and other physical medicine and medicinal treatment modalities.
Although Mesmer was thoroughly discredited, magnet therapy flourished in the U.
Research into the magnet therapy is divided into two distinct areas: pulsed bioelectric magnet therapy/pulsed electromagnetic field and biomagnetic therapy/static magnetic field.
Sandy and Marsha Best were explaining the evolution of their magnet therapy products when the familiar one-long, two-short jangle of a long-distance call interrupted their narrative.