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magnetic

[mag′ned·ik]
(electromagnetism)
Pertaining to magnetism or a magnet.
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Sintigraphic investigation of magnetic field therapy on the equine third metacarpus.
The main pursope of this study is to determine the efficacy of Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy (PMFT) on clinical and electrophysiological parameters of the patients with idiopathic carpal tunnel syndrome.
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Pulsing magnetic field therapy is thought to affect persons with MS by altering calcium transport across cell membranes which may facilitate axonal conduction in a demyelinated nerve.
At the time, I had just finished investigating the benefits of magnetic field therapy and was convinced, after examining Ronnie, that it could help him.
They have developed a vast database of scientific literature on the subject and have become recognized as pioneers of modern magnetic field therapy.
Magnetic field therapy is a revolutionary theory in health and has been theorized to help with various ailments including joint problems in dogs (Schoen, 1997).