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Health professionals use complementary therapy themselves, but how often do they recommend it to their patients?

September 9th, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

According to a recent article published by Health Services Research, 76% of US health care workers use Complementary and Alternative Therapies (CAM), whereas it’s only 63% of the general population as reported on Mercola.com.

This is something we have also observed with the development of our Q magnets, which fit into the CAM category. Many health professionals find this unique type of magnetic therapy the most useful treatment available to them for treating chronic pain and other chronic injuries.

Take this plastic surgeon from Canada who was discussing his chronic tibia stress fracture with an orthopaedic surgeon while operating. The stress fracture was preventing him from training for an important up and coming marathon and the orthopaedic surgeon suggested he look up magnetic therapy. The plastic surgeon looked up the Q magnet website and had a set express couriered to his home and you can read about how well the stress fracture healed here.

The disappointing thing is that in our experience, very few of the health professionals using CAM themselves actually recommend it to their patients. I am not sure if this is because they are worried about what their patients might think or in fear that business will suffer when their patient finds a better treatment elsewhere?

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