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Archive for April 23rd, 2011

When conventional treatments fail to provide adequate pain relief, homeopathic medicine can help. Those who suffer from knee pain, a magnetic therapy can be a helpful alternative. Magnetic knee braces are recommended in particular for people who suffer from knee injuries due to sports, arthritis, and for post-knee surgery recovery.

The magnets inside the magnetic knee brace gather heat from the user’s body and disperse the heat to the injured area. The heat helps relax the capillary walls of the leg, allowing for better blood circulation. Increased blood flow means more oxygen gets to the site of the injury, thus reducing swelling. Like a traditional knee brace, a magnetic knee brace also keeps the knee stable, which is crucial for proper healing.