The Miracle of Magnetics
An article by William Pawluk, M.D, a faculty member at Johns Hopkins University who has lectured for years on the healing power of magnets
Summary of Beneficial Influence of Magnets
An insightful list of magnetic health benefits taken from the book, Magnetic Therapy by H. L. Bansal, M.D.
Magnetic Therapy Shows Promise for Depression
An article from CNN covering how experimental treatment using magnetic therapy is being tried to alleviate severe depression
Meet Magnet, P.I.
A landmark study by Carlos Vallbona, M.D. gives credence to magnet therapy. Written by Sarah Fremerman and published in Natural Health (August 1998)
Magnet Therapy for Pain: What’s the Attraction?
An article from the April 21, 2004 edition of Science Daily
Using Magnets to Deliver Medication
An article from the Ivanhoe Newswire examining a new animal study that investigates the use of magnets used both inside and outside the body to direct medications to a precise location
Curing With Magnets – Fact or Fiction?
A paper by Dr. Carl Edwin Lindgren, D.Ed., Fellow, College of Preceptors (Essex)
Curing Cancer with Magnets
An article from StopCancer.com highlighting experts and studies that identify the positive healing qualities and potential that magnets offer for cancer recovery. Includes a case study
Study on Using Magnets to Treat Pain Surprises Skeptics
An article by Lawrence K. Altman, M.D. for the New York Times
Magnet successfully used to treat pain
A story from the Washington Post
Ironclad cures for pain: Athletes put their faith in power of magnets
An article by Sal Ruibal for USA Today
Magnets Prove Attractive for Pain Relief
An article by Brenda Adderly for Healthy & Natural Journal
Muscles & Magnets: Can they positively recharge your recuperation?
An article by Rick Brunner for Muscle & Fitness Magazine May, 1997
Efficacy of static magnetic field therapy in chronic pelvic pain: a double-blind pilot study.
A study by Brown CS, Ling FW, Wan JY, and Pilla AA. published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, December 2002
Effect of magnets on chronic pelvic pain.
A study by Brown CS; Parker N; Ling F; and Wan J published in American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, April 2000
Effects of static magnets on chronic knee pain and physical function: a double-blind study.
A study by Hinman MR, Ford J, and Heyl H. published in Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, July-August 2002
Pulsed high frequency (27MHz) electromagnetic therapy for persistent neck pain. A double blind, placebo-controlled study of 20 patients.
A study by Foley-Nolan D, Barry C, Coughlan RJ, O’Connor P, and Roden D. reported in Orthopedics, April 1990
Summary of a 12-month double-blind, clinical test of magnetic mattress pads.
A study conducted at Sanikukal Hospital, Tokyo Communications Hospital and Kouseikai Suzuki Hospital, by Dr. Kazuo Shimodaira. 1990.
Therapeutic effects of peripheral repetitive magnetic stimulation on myofascial pain syndrome.
A study by Smania N, Corato E, Fiaschi A, Pietropoli P, Aglioti SM, and Tinazzi M. published in the Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology, February 2003.
Evaluation of electromagnetic fields in the treatment of pain in patients with lumbar radiculopathy or the whiplash syndrome.
A report on studies conducted by Thuile Ch and Walzl M. published in NeuroRehabilitation, 2002.
A Double-Blind Study Demonstrating Therapeutic Benefit of Magnets In Heel Pain Symptomology
A study by Larry Seaman, DPM, of the Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine, Miami, Florida
Static magnetic field therapy for pain in the abdomen and genitals.
A report on a study conducted by Holcomb RR; Worthington WB; McCullough BA; and McLean MJ published in the Journal of Pediatric Neurology, September 2000
Response of pain to static magnetic fields in postpolio patients: a double-blind pilot study.
A study conducted by Vallbona C, Hazlewood CF, and Jurida G. published in Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, November 1997
Exposure to oscillating magnetic fields influences sensitivity to electrical stimuli. II. Experiments on humans.
A report on a study conducted by Papi F, Ghione S, Rosa C, Del Seppia C, and Luschi P. published in Bioelectromagnetics, 1995.
Interventional neurophysiology for pain control: duration of pain relief following repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation of the motor cortex.
A report on a study conducted by Lefaucheur JP, Drouot X, and Nguyen JP published in the Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology, August 2001.
Static magnets prevent leg ulcer recurrence: savings for the NHS?
A report on a survey conducted by N. K. Eccles and published in British Journal of Community Nursing, March 2006.
A randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled pilot study to investigate the effectiveness of a static magnet to relieve dysmenorrhea.
A study conducted by N. K. Eccles and published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, August 2005.
A study conducted at the Division for Research and Education of Harvard Medical School and published Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, March – April 2004