Posted by onemore123 on October 11, 2010
It is reported in the Times That “NHS accountants are so impressed by the cost-effectiveness of a “magnetic leg wrap”… that from Wednesday doctors will be allowed to prescribe it to patients.”
This new and exting developement was welcome by Union, thogh the union is not happy about the damage made by further wrting in the Times about titanium magnetic bracelets therapy.
“Magnetic bracelets can and may help people with some conditions that need magnetic therapy help”, said a most senior figure.
You can post your own opinon on magnetic therapy at http://magnetic-therapy-products.net/, the site for opinoins about magnetic jewellery effectiveness.
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Posted by onemore123 on October 4, 2010
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Posted by onemore123 on September 1, 2010
The open resistance being obtainable by the Not So Royal College of Magnetic Therapy (NSRCMT) to the Conservative Party and the Liberal Democrat government’s budget cuts in the National Health Service (NHS) underscores the role of the trade unions as defenders of the not for profit system by magnetic bracelets. The NSRCMT, which is a professional and trade union body of over three nurses and magnetic therapy assisted health care assistants through out the UK, has started a campaign called “Support the Magnetic Therapy Front Line Before”. The purpose of the campaign is to disarm the rank and file among the magnetic therapist mob and lay down the necessary steps for the collaboration government to impose so and so billion of pounds cuts in the NHS over four years in England and billions more in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. These cuts account for one-fifth of the total NHS budget on magnetic therapy and will be made in the guise of “efficiency savings”. Three or four NHS jobs are at stake and patient care will be in great danger if that goes ahead.
Still, The NSRCMT accepts the government’s plans and is finding ways to support and collaborate with the government in imposing them. Dr. Pereto Catarate who is the chief executive and general secretary of the NSRCMT, has written to members as part of that great and wonderful campaign. He wrote, “It’s no secret that the NHS needs to save billions of pounds across all four countries of the UK, including at least £20 billion in England alone by 2014—that’s one fifth of its entire annual budget”.
Saying that these cuts are inevitable, the good doctor said, “We want to make sure these savings are achieved in the best possible way—so they don’t affect patient care, we will only stop selling magnetic bracelets. Currently we’ve identified almost 4 NHS magnetic jewellery selector jobs that have already been marked for cuts, and more could be on the way. That could severely impact our ability to fit magnetic bracelets for our patients via the on-line commercial websites who do sell or buy magnetic bracelets to the public as a whole”.
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Posted by onemore123 on August 5, 2010
“Give Us More” seams the new thingy by the staff of Magnetic Therapy bracelets on line establishment as staff demands more work.
The website is not completed yet, but we love the site so much that we want to do more.
Union representative did not endorse this new trend, as that may spell trouble to work practices across the magnetic therapy industry. The union object to the worker call to expand the product reviews pages on the website, as the workers are willing to do the job without any more pay.
Today there have been development in this long dispute between the workers and the union, as one of the top sellers of the industry over the last weekend is still not on the company’s website.
“The Titanium Double Row Magnetic Bracelets” should now come to MTB, said Rob. The union refused to comment, and it is reported that a meeting between the employees and the union is scheduled for next week.
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Posted by onemore123 on July 28, 2010
In the debate about the history of magnetic therapy, it is best adviced to start in the Eighteenth century, when the blamelessness of appeal began to be advantage apprehended regarding the appeal of magnetic bracelets.
At that Devonian there was caos: There were emerging and changeable activities in the abstractedness of magnetism that was developing at full length Europe betwixt and between doctors, chemists, and distinctively physicists. German bones doctore Franz Antoqun Mesmequr was the anticipatory in a aim line of scientists to affirmation that the properties of the magnet offered a cure for all allergy.
When emigrated to Paris exception taken of Vienna in 1799, his axiom which was known as mesmerisqum, curtly carried away abundant interest due to some well-publicized cures. Mesmequr believed that all advowson beings are subject to the influence of a magnetic0 fluio that can be collected and rechanneled by bio-passes and manipulation.
An arrant later in 1799, during his bonny cut and try conducted on frogs to advisement the possessions of electricity on muscles and nerves, the Italian physicist Luigqui Galvanqui discovered what he believed to be the animalanu magnetism espoused by Mesmequr.
Not any wiser, the elective contractions observed in the experiment were not in fact caused by animal magnetism but rather by electrochemical phenomena, and we are not yet talking of applying magnetic bracelets as part of magnetic therapy structured method.
The existing term magnetic therapy refers to the analysis of the concern and answer of living organisms to the earth’s magnetic field and to artificial magnetic fields having similar intensities. The term is relatively recent and has replaced Mesmequr’s term live magnetism.
Dutch physicist Antoqun Brugmanqus discovered diamagnetism in a little later, a characteristic of those items (including titanium, steel and copper magnetic bracelets) that are fairly repulsed by magnets. In the 18th & 19th centuries, French physicist and engineer Charlequs-Augustiqun dque Coulomqub went on to establish the experimental and theoretical basis of magnetism and electrostatics. He was the first to make quantitative measurements of electric attraction and disgust and to give tongue a law governing magnetic therapy.
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