Magnetic Healing: What Is It and Does It Work?

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Dr. Victor Zeines, DDS, MS, FAGD, FIND is a nutritionist, dentist, and nationally renowned speaker and writer who has appeared on Good Day New York, NPR, WBAI, and Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris.

Dr. Victor Zeines, DDS, MS, FAGD, FIND is a nutritionist, dentist, and nationally renowned speaker and writer who has appeared on Good Day New York, NPR, WBAI, and Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris.

Holistic Dr. Victor Zeines, DDS, discusses the issues presented in this, his most recent article, “Magnetic Healing: Does It Work? By Dr. VICTOR ZEINES, DDS”, on Friday, April 21, 2017th, from 11:30am-12Noon DST. Listen to the broadcast “Live” or “On Demand” …
The idea of magnetic energy or magnetic therapy is centuries old. Legend has it that Cleopatra wore magnetic bracelets and necklaces for healing. Though actively employed by medical doctors in America in the 1800’s and early 1900’s, magnetic therapy eventually fell out of favor. But in the past decade, magnetic therapy has become a 100 million dollar a year industry in this country (magnetic therapy has long been used as an effective healing tool in China, France, India and Japan, especially in repairing soft-tissue injuries).

Studies on magnetic therapies in the Journal of Electro-and Magneto Biology led some pioneering doctors in this country to experiment with magnets in their practice. Their activities helped to standardize the use of some magnets, the magnet size and strength-in treating various conditions. The length of exposure to a magnet for healing certain ailments was also determined. Because of their work we know which magnets work most efficiently-for example, a magnet placed in one specific area of the body may not activate the entire body’s healing power, whereas sleeping on a magnetic mattress pad radiates a magnetic field that can penetrate evenly into every part of the body and boost the entire immune system.

Through the growth of the magnetic therapy industry, different magnetic products have been designed which can be useful in treating many conditions. Some of the most commonly used magnetic products include the previously mentioned magnetic mattress pad which can alleviate insomnia, joint pain, muscle spasm and fibromyalgia Magnetic for shoes are often helpful in relieving painful inflammation resulting from bone spurs, and for gout and to improve circulation. Magnetic pads and wraps which can be secured to the lower back, knees and elbows are recommended for arthritic joints, inflamed tendons and carpal tunnel syndrome.


In any material that is capable of being magnetized, there are groups of atoms with their own magnetic orientation arranged haphazardly in the material. When that material comes into contact with a strong magnetic field, it rearranges the groups of atoms so that they are in alignment. As the groups of atoms become aligned, they project a magnetic field.

Magnetic energy has different names. Some people call it energy or life force; the Chinese call it Chi, the Indians know it as Prana. Whatever you choose to call it, magnetic energy is a basic force of life-it pulses throughout the galaxies and is found everywhere in nature.


Some researchers and doctors say that magnets don’t actually heal the body. Science knows that the human body is composed of numerous cells that combine to form blood, tissues, bones and organs. These cells are in the constant state of renewing themselves. Dr. Robert Becker, one of the leading medical doctors who advocates the use of magnets in healing, believes that the force which stimulates cellular growth and division is electromagnetic energy.

He and other scientists contend that the charge on the cells of the body gets depleted as cells perform their normal daily functions and that the body tries to “recharge” the worn down cells by sending pulses of electromagnetic energy from the brain through the nervous system.
James Souder, President of Norso Biomagnetics in Raleigh, North Carolina, claims that studies performed on animals, and microscopic examination of blood vessels, indicate that capillary blood flow is stimulated by the movement of magnetic fields through tissue and is the dominant factor in magnetic field therapy.

In my next months article, I will be focusing on Magnetic Energy Healing, the Using Magnetic Energy Beneficially and How to Get Started With Magnetic Therapy.


Do you have questions that you want to ask Dr. Zeines???


This month’s interview with Dr. Victor Zeines, DDS will focus on questions you have for the doctor. If you have a question, call in at 11:30am on April 21st. Telephone: 347-205-9201. Listen “live” or “on demand” using the following hyperlink –

Below are some questions inquired about. Add your question in the comment section below or make your inquiry during the duration of the broadcast. What cannot be answered this Friday due to time constraints will be answered next month.

I have sleep apnea and would like to know how a dentist can help?

Why don’t you recommend root canals?

I have had Lyme disease, is there a specific type of filling I should get when I go to the dentist?

My tongue is yellowish green what does that mean?

I seem to be grinding my teeth when I sleep and I wake up tired. Should i get a nightguard?

I still have silver fillings. Should I have them replaced?

I get a pain in my lower left first molar.  I have been to my dentist three times and have had X-rays taken,  but nothing seems to be wrong. Any suggestions?
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