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Magnetic therapy device

, : Magnetic therapy device. Official Gazette of the United States Patent & Trademark Office Patents 1274(5), Sep 30

A magnetic therapy device that affects a compression of multiple magnetic fields by rapid rotation of aligned permanent magnets in relation to a corresponding fixed multiple magnetic fields. A multiplicity of polar magnets are supported in a polar aligned relationship and are rapidly rotated on their longitudinal axis. An opposing multiple magnetic polar field is established and positioned in spaced relation to the rotating magnetic field imparting a therapeutic compression effect of magnetic fields on a biological entity positioned within the fields.


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