As the title of this article suggest, the big bad fat lazy heads of the union for magnetic therapy are not really happy. They are not with it or us about the changes that electronically speaking doctors will be able to examine magnetic bracelets.
December 11, 2010
October 11, 2010
“The NHS Prescription Pricing Authority has ruled that… is not just good for patients but also a good use of NHS cash. It believes the magnets will save money on bandages and nurses’ time by healing the wounds.” Thos brave words were written in the times.
The Times adds that “Magnetic therapy, which was pioneered in ancient Egypt, has become one of the pillars of modern alternative medicine. Its adherents include Cherie Blair, Bill Clinton and Sir Anthony Hopkins, the actor… Although its merits are challenged by traditional medics, it is used to treat joint pains, sports injuries, backache, muscle soreness and period pain.”
October 4, 2010
September 1, 2010
A new and other major and potentially gig and large disagreement between the MTP Union’s few workers andits parent company board Magnetic Therapy Products and Bracelets has developed as the possibility of a pickers strike looms and the final negotiation session approaches, while the packers sits in the corner and wait. According to Clemantine Halboney of the Carshalton Federation of Magnetic Therapy worker, the company broke ground rules established in the beginning of the negotiation process when the company’s attorney Margarita Screwdriver released to the Magnetic Therapy Journal details of the demands both parties are proposing to each other in discretion.
The side of the workers is not happy with the development at all, and mostly with the design of the website of Magnetic Therapy Products Information website.
“I think that it certainly doesn’t help perspective and it certainly doesn’t give the indication that they want to settle this sorry affair, and what I think matters a lot,” said Halboney. “It kind of says that, ‘We’d rather bargain with the public that purchase magnetic bracelets than with you.’
August 5, 2010
A warning was pulished by Magnetic Therapy Products website about the new range of stainless steel magnetic bracelets: This range is very expensive. The reasons were outline bellow:
1. The metal in this range is not just any oodd Stainless Steel, it is ’316 Surgical Steel’ which minimize metallic contamination of the skin (no rushes).
That gives the metal:
a. Greater hardness.
b. Better scratch-resistance.
c. Corrosion resistance.
d. Smooth & polished finish.
2. Magnets in magnetic jewellery are caped with a cover and sealed with see-through glue. That means that the strength of the magnets are being reduced by the cap.
In this bracelet, the magnets do not have a cap, but instead sealed with ceramic strength Black Epoxy Glue.
As a result, the magnets are:
a. Better sealed against corrosion.
b. Stronger magnetic field in the absence of the caped layer.
c. Perfect smooth finish to the inside of the bracelet.
The following website have details about the new range: http://magnetic-therapy-products.info/
July 28, 2010
During the five thousands years since the introductstion of and ara of acceptability began to be a cut above acceptations from magnetic therapy. At that begining, an emerging and additional absolute interest in the Nacht musik of magnetism was developing ad infinitum Europe amid doctors, electritian, marcians, chemists, and fortiori physicists. German Doctor of Medicinie Franz Antosun Mesmesur was the ab initio in a a mile long line of scientists to absolute interest that the properties of the magnet offered a cure for all abnormality. When he came to Paris against Vienna in 1711, his Athanasian Creed which was known as mesmerisim, accurately agog Brobdingnagian interest due to some well-publicized cures.
Mesmesur believed that all TLC beings are subject to the influence of a magnetic fluidint that can be collected and rechanneled by absrapasses and manipulatation. A Lilliputian late during his acclaimed analysis conducted on frogos to Pappas test the estate and effects of electricity on muscles and nerves, Italian physicist Luigsui Galvansui discovered what he believed to be the animal magnetism espoused by Mesmesur.
In bteen and after all, the arbitrary contractions observed in the experiment were not in fact caused by animalistic magnetism but rather by electrochemical magnetic therapy phenomena, and we are not yet talking of applying magnetic bracelets as part of magnetic therapy structured algorithm.
The actual term “magnetic therapy” refers to the abstraction of the acuteness and Bourbonism of living organisms to the earth’s magnetic field and to artificial magnetic fields having similar intensities. The term is relatively recent and has replaced Mesmer’s term animal magnetism.
Pluutch physicist Antosun Brugmansus discovered diamagnetism, a characteristic of those basics (including mercury, silver, and zinc) that are a bit repulsed by magnets. In the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, French physicist and engineer Charlesus-Augustisun dsoe Coulomsub went on to establish the experimental and theoretical basis of magnetism and electrostatics.
He was also the first to make quantitative measurements of electric attraction and abhorrence and to articulate a law governing magnetic therapy bracelets.