Biomagnetism Therapy


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Biomagnetism, while perfectly compatible with many traditional or alternative treatments differs from traditional medicine, homeopathy, herbs and natural therapies.

This internationally practiced health approach strives to achieve a bioenergetic balance in the human body, otherwise known as the natural state of health known as “homeostasis”.

Discovered by physician Isaac Goiz, biomagnatism first appeared in Mexico City in 1988. This approach to wellness studies, detects, classifies, measures and allows the correction of pH imbalances in living organisms.

It is believed that when pH imbalances accumulate they allow the development of symptoms, syndromes and other health conditions in our bodies. The use of magnets allows the restoration of the body’s natural pH balance. In turn, different renewed natural defenses can keep different microorganisms, such as viruses, fungi, bacteria and parasites, under control.

For example, when you take a fish out of the water, it can no longer survive in that new environment, no matter how much oxygen or light is available. All fish need water to survive, but some need salt water, while others need fresh water. In addition, everyone who has had an aquarium or pool knows the importance of pH balance in the water.

If we restore the natural pH balance of our body in our liver, lungs, pancreas, kidneys, muscles, joints, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, etc., these organs can begin to function properly again.

How does biomagnetism work?

Biomagnetism involves the precise and correct placement (north/south polarity) of special high-intensity field magnets over very specific areas of the body, to support pH regulation in these areas. By maintaining an adequate pH, homeostasis can be re-established so that the body can heal itself.

With this type of therapy, it is achieved, among other results:

  • Stimulate the normal function of the immune system.
  • Increased circulation and oxygenation.
  • A normalizing response to inflammation.

According to Dr. Goiz, it is possible to recover healthy metabolic states through the use of biomagnetic fields of medium intensity, produced by 1,000 to 4,000 Gauss, applied in pairs in specific parts of the body called Biomagnetic Pairs. This approach is a type of biofeedback, in which the biomagnetic pairs complement each other, leading to homeostasis.

By applying biomagnetism to specific locations in the body, the restoration of adequate pH in that area is allowed and, when present, pathogens cannot survive in this pH environment. The cells become healthy and the body begins to heal.

Finally, the healing process occurs when the pH is balanced and reaches its optimal level that determines the well-being of the person, which before therapy was altered by the presence of pathogenic microorganisms that distorted the levels of acidity and alkalinity (pH) of the organs. This is what sustains the bioenergetic phenomenon.

Is biomagnetism similar to magnetic therapy?

It is not similar to magnetic therapy. Magnetic therapy has been applied with a polar principle only for dysfunction or lesions according to two concepts:

  • South Pole as an analgesic
  • North pole as anti-inflammatory.

The magnetic fields used for this purpose are low intensity (between 100 and 500 gauss) and are applied for long periods of time, hours or days, and in areas that show specific symptoms. The purpose of this explanation is to establish the difference between magnetotherapy and biomagnetism.

Biomagnetism and bioenergetic pairs are vibrational phenomena, unrelated to standard medicine, as they do not suppress symptoms or claim to “cure” diseases as authorized medications claim. The time it takes to apply therapy varies from 15 to 90 minutes, depending on the person’s location in relation to the equator.

Certified Biomagnetic Practitioners, unless separately licensed to do so, do not not diagnose or prescribe for medical or psychological conditions nor claim to prevent, treat, mitigate or cure such conditions, nor provide diagnosis, care, treatment or rehabilitation of individuals, nor apply medical, mental health or human development principles, but rather provide traditional ministerial counseling, bioenergetic, biofeedback, herbal and/or nutritional modalities that may offer therapeutic benefit by supporting normal structure and function.