Magnetotherapy for Depression through chakras
Magnetotherapy, alternative medicines, Hippocratic oath
Not long ago, my wife had knee replacement surgery. Her surgery was successfully and skillfully carried out and, as expected, recovery went slow and rather painful. At dismissal, her surgeon, among several instructions, prescribed magneto-therapy for her pain. When I read it, I told him that the method should not be used because neither its effectiveness nor safety had yet been demonstrated. He looked at me in disbelief, as if saying, "Who the heck are you to question my word?" while adding, "well, in burned subjects, it enhances good cell proliferation, but, if you do not want, it is fine with me". Hence, he condescendingly complied with my irreverent comment. The question, however, in a case like this, lies not on whether the patient wants or not the procedure, but rather settles on the much more important fact that it must not be applied.

Magnetic therapy is a pseudoscientific alternative medicine practice involving the weak static magnetic field produced by a permanent magnet which is placed on the body. It is similar to the alternative medicine practice of electromagnetic therapy, which uses a magnetic field generated by an electrically powered device. Magnet therapy products may include wristbands, jewelry, blankets, and wraps that have magnets incorporated into them.
                                                                                            The truth is that all men having power ought to be mistrusted.
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