Magnetic therapy is the method of using static magnets to relieve pain without medication, it can increase circulation and stimulate faster healing properties in certain areas. It has other beneficial properties too, but what are the most common applications of Magnet therapy?
With over 1 million people presenting to UK A&E departments each year with a sports related injury, and a 40% rise in professional football injury, it’s no surprise that the world of sport is trialing new therapies.
Race car drivers and golfers, soccer players and American footballers are singing the praises of magnetic therapy. The most common application of magnetic therapy is treating pain, inflammation and stiffness, so it’s easy to see why professional sports people are turning to magnets to recover faster.
Magnetic knee supports, straps and bandages are available for a variety of injuries; and many professional athletes state that magnet therapy also improves longevity, reduces exhaustion from training and even extends their careers.
It’s not just athletes who suffer, in the UK more than 10 million people, of a variety of ages, are living with pain.
Modern magnet therapy devices are available in ranges of elegant, beautiful jewellery, or stylish leather bracelets to suit any taste and wardrobe, so you can benefit from therapeutic magnets without sacrificing style or comfort.