Magnetic Therapy is an ancient form UltraSoothe Review of treatment for all sorts of pain and illnesses. Devices that are purported to provide symptomatic relief are available in many places and all sorts of formats. They make many claims about their ability to heal or at least help you manage symptoms, but the science behind the claims of success has often been missing or misunderstood.
The theory behind magnetic therapy relates to the application of the Lamar Frequency Formula in physics. It states that by increasing the magnetic field in which an atom exists, the velocity of electrons and protons will be increased proportionately. By applying the right magnetic field, some electrons can theoretically be speeded up 10-20,000 times faster than normal.
According to an article by Dr. Bonlie, published on the Preston A. Waterhouse Foundation website. At this dramatically increased velocity, magnetic resonance occurs much more readily. Magnetic resonance is a phenomenon that occurs when the pulsed electromagnetic current coming from the brain is at a harmonic of the frequency of the targeted tissue. This is described by Robert O. Becker, MD, a noted researcher, author, teacher, inventor and expert in biomagnetism in his books
The Body Electric and Cross Currents. The net result of the enhancement in magnetic resonance is increased efficiency of chemical reactions and increased available energy to that specific area. So the increased magnetic field allows the body to more efficiently provide resources to the injured tissue.