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magnetic

[mag′ned·ik]
(electromagnetism)
Pertaining to magnetism or a magnet.
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Supporters of magnetic therapy claim many ailments are caused by imbalances in the body's magnetic field.
The concept of magnetic therapy, for example, may be new to some consumers, despite the fact that it is a form of treatment that is 2,000 years old.
Millions of people swear by magnets for relieving pain, reducing stress or even boosting energy levels and we've teamed up with magnetic therapy experts Energetix to give you the chance to win one of 50 stylish bracelets, worth around pounds 30 each.
Other ``complementary therapies'' include chiropractic, acupressure, yoga, hydrotherapy, herbalism, magnetic therapy, hypnotherapy and relaxation.
Because we don't know the mechanism of action of magnetic therapy, it makes it very difficult to know what we're going to see in a larger study in terms of what the limits of the therapy might be," added Dr.
The Loop is a magnetic therapy for animals that uses low-level energy pulses to treat a range of medical conditions, including lumbar stenosis, Wobblers and IVDD.
BANISH those winter blues with a magnetic therapy bracelet that not only looks good but promises to lift your spirits too.
Lynsey got chatting to a man at a dog show who recommended Bioflow magnetic therapy boots, stretchy fabric cuffs that fix around a horse's front legs with Velcro, and contain magnets that are said to improve circulation and ward off viruses.
Janet Davies, from Porthcawl, started using magnetic therapy on her back pain, and has since used it on her dog.
ASK your GP if they offer magnetic therapy or call the British Institute of Magnetic Therapy on 01495 752 122.