Most everyone today is aware of some of the changes in medicine, especially as it relates to finding cost-effective means of providing care and treating ailments.

Clinicians in this country found magnetic therapy a reimbursable medical expense in Germany, China, Japan and forty-five other countries and became intrigued with its possibilities for American health care.

Early manufacturers produced the familiar magnet with north and south poles, but growing numbers of investigators have realized the importance of using only one pole (usually north or negative).

This allows for a much stronger magnetic field to be placed against the area of pain, which research seems to indicate the need for, especially in chronic pain or overuse symptoms.