BIOMAGNETIC PAIR THERAPY
Biomagnetic Pair Therapy uses magnets of opposing polarity in specific areas of the body to correct imbalances and restore a state of equilibrium and health.
When areas of the body are in either an acidic or alkaline pH the body’s systems, most importantly the immune system, are unable to function adequately. These imbalances are a driving force behind many chronic illnesses. So, by correcting the imbalances by using magnets the cells, organs and systems are able to function optimally to restore optimal health.
At the start of the session we will have a brief consultation so I can take a medical history and know what symptoms you are currently presenting. For the remainder of the session you will lay on the treatment bed, you remain fully clothed (and please remember to wear socks as you will wear specialist shoes during the treatment). I use your legs for muscle testing to locate the imbalances, once we find an imbalance I will place a magnet on it and then find where the second magnet needs to be placed in order to balance the Biomagnetic Pair. Once all the magnets are in place they will remain on the body for approximately 20 minutes, during which time you can totally relax (or nap!).
Who Does Biomagnetic Pair Therapy Help?
A range of people seek Biomagnetic Pair Therapy, from those feeling in need of a little boost, to those with serious, chronic or degenerative illnesses. This therapy has been found to be highly beneficial in a number of conditions, including:
Autoimmune Disorders: including Multiple Sclerosis, Fibromyalgia, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Lupus
Dermatological Diseases: including Eczema, Acne and Psoriasis
Gastrointestinal problems: including Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Colitis, Crohn’s disease, gastritis, constipation and diarrhoea
Viral and fungal infection: including herpes and candida
Genitourinary conditions: including recurrent kidney infections and cystitis
Gynaecological disorders: including dysmenorrhea, amenorrhea, infertility, ovarian cysts and endometriosis
Glandular dysfunctions: including hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism
Hepatic conditions: including hepatitis, cirrhosis and fatty liver
Pain: including chronic muscle and joint pain
Nervous system disorders: including migraines, epilepsy, anxiety, insomnia and chronic fatigue
Cardiovascular disorders: including hypertension
Respiratory disorders: including infections, influenza, asthma, bronchitis, laryngitis and sinusitis
Lyme disease and co-infections