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I want you to know that it does mean a lot to me and the club members that you and AceMagnetics has given all that you have. From a member of ( 2 ) wars it is so nice to see that someone cares what we have done and asking nothing in return. Again " THANKS " for everything!
Ret. SMSgt Larry L. Uhrick
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September 5, 2010Dr. Carlos Vallbona is the former chairman of the department of community medicine at Baylor College of Medicine. As a physician, he has treated a large volume of patients experiencing pain. It was during this time that he heard remarkable testimonials about magnets from his patients. In fact, other medical professionals were telling him the same thing about magnets.
Like many medical professionals unfamiliar with magnetic health therapy, Dr. Vallbona was initially skeptical about the healing abilities of magnets. However, with a growing number of patients and medical doctors showing support for magnetic therapy, he took it upon himself to find out the truth behind pain relief magnets.
Initially, Dr. Vallbona and his colleague, Carlton Hazelwood, Ph.D., used magnets for the pain in their own knee. To his surprise, within minutes the pain was gone as he remarked “That was too good to be true.” His personal experience with magnets led him to consider using magnetic therapy on a larger scale involving patients diagnosed with post-polio syndrome. Generally, patients recovering from this condition experience chronic muscle pain, knee pain, shoulder pain, muscle cramps and joint pain.
One of Dr. Vallbona’s first patients to be treated with pain relief magnets happened to be a...(click the link for the full story).
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