Biomagnetic therapy is an alternative form of healing. In addition to relieving pain and discomfort, magnets can reduce inflammation and stress, improve circulation, help the body ward off invaders such as viruses, bacteria, and fungi, correct central nervous system disorders, enhance energy supply, quicken healing, increase athletic endurance and performance, and positively influence conditions such as aging, amputees with phantom pain, appendicitis, asthma and bronchitis, breast fissures, burns, cancer, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Cervicitis, depression, dermatitis, ear pain, endometriosis, fibromyalgia, foot and leg problems, head injuries, heart disease, muscle spasms, strains, sprains, and joint pain.
The explanation: All cells that are alive are electrical; that is the outside of a cell has a negative charge and the inside, a positive charge. This combination of opposite charges allows the cell to function normally. When a part of the body becomes damaged, such as the body’s tissue, the damaged area responds with inflammation, which is caused by a lack of blood flow. This lack of blood flow blocks the body’s natural ability to provide oxygen and nutrients to the injured cells.
Thus, the polarity of the cells gets out of whack. The role bio-magnets play in aiding damaged tissue is because magnets can realign the cells polarity and restore the normal Ph balance, which helps the cell get back to functioning normally. An increase in the diameter of the bodyâ€™s blood vessels is also an effect of using a bio-magnet on damaged tissue. This enlargement allows more blood, carrying rich nutrients and oxygen, to flow to the injured area and leave with tissues toxins.
There are three types of prevention:
Primary prevention is aimed at preventing the occurrence of disease and promote health. Secondary prevention is based on the earliest possible identification of a disease so it can be managed before major complications occur, actually with the Biomagnetic Pair as discovered by Dr. Isaac Goiz Duran, immediately treats the root cause of the problem in the process of scanning the body via the entities resonance. Tertiary prevention is concerned with the promotion of independent function and prevention of further disease-related deterioration.
There is a strong need to develop preventative protocols for hypertension, hypertrophic scarring, cancer, strokes, colds, fatigue and electromagnetic pollution.
Biomagnetic therapy is indicated for disorders that require long term use of conventional drugs, especially when the drugs have unacceptable side effects and furthermore have shown the inability of such drugs to effect a cure. Furthermore, in conditions where conventional medicine has failed to meet the needs of people or for conditions for which no effective conventional treatment is available, biomagnetic research should be conducted. For example: Alzheimer, Autism, Environmental Illness, Eye disorders, Obesity, Phantom limb pain after amputation. Musculoskeletal disorders: Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Myofascial pain, Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD), Chronic Fatigue Chronic diseases such as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Guillain- Barre Syndrome and AIDS.
Some psychological disorders:
Rehabilitation may be hastened with the use of magnets. Faster muscle recovery after a stroke. Rehabilitation after a head injury to “re-set” the brain waves. Studies show quicker bone and tissue healing. Scar reduction & prevention! Because of the experimental nature of biomagnetic therapy, unknown improvements may also occur and need to be documented.
Dr. Isaac Goiz Duran
Dr. Isaac Goiz Duran was born in Puebla, Mexico in 1941. His dad was Dr. Isaac Goiz Juarez, a Chinese immigrant who married a Mexican teacher Vivian Duran, originally from Puebla, one of the most enchanting tourist places near Mexico City.
In his beginnings he studied and practiced physical therapy, at the Physical Medicine School of the British American Hospital, he later received a Medical Surgeon degree by the Autonomous University of Puebla in 1984. He specialized Pneumology, mainly driven by the need of helping out a step further, so many patients that he took care as a physical therapist. Inspired by his father, he went on experimenting with alternative remedies and procedures that could actually really benefit the well being of patients, or alleviate the burden of coping with diseases that back then were considered hopeless, in many cases the illness, like cancer, HIV, were in their terminal stage.