Goiz BIOMAGNETISM - TECHNIQUE, BACKGROUND AND HISTORY
The Biomagnetic Pair (BP) is a therapeutic technique developed by the Mexican scientist Dr. Isaac Goiz Durán more than 26 years ago. The technique focuses on eliminating the root causes of a disease, those that exacerbate it or impede rehabilitation of the client. This is done through the application of permanent artificial magnets in different parts of the body that are in “Biomagnetic Resonance” and by adhering to the methodology prescribed by the discoverer of this technique. With this technique it is possible to treat many ailments including contagious infectious, chronic degenerative, metabolic, dysfunctional, autoimmune, psycho-emotional and tumoral diseases, as well as poisonings. The implementation of the technique reduces clinical symptoms, rehabilitates different functions of the body and reestablishes the person´s health and wellbeing. The result in many cases is a clinical improvement in the patient’s condition, without experiencing the side effects of conventional treatments, drug poisoning due to overdoses or anaphylaxis, antimicrobial resistance. It also helps reduce the risk of infection, hemorrhages or surgery complications, as well as reducing hospital stays, recovery time and rehabilitation.
Dr. Goiz discovered the first biomagnetic pair in 1988. He attended a session discussing bioenergy held at the medical school of the University of Guadalajara in Mexico, taught by Dr. Richard Broeringmeyer. Dr. Broeringmeyer noticed that when astronauts returned from missions in outer space, one leg was shorter than the other, where prior to such missions their legs were of equal length. Dr. Broeringmeyer considered what could be causing this phenomenon, and one theory that he postulated was that while in orbit, astronauts were away from the magnetic influence of earth. This theory was vindicated when he discovered that the astronauts' legs returned to normal after the application of magnets to their bodies. During the seminar, Dr. Broeringmeyer taught that organs and tissues in the body can become magnetically polarized, and described his technique to locate magnetic polarizations using applied kinesiology. Applied kinesiology is an alternative medicine method of diagnosis and treatment based on muscle strength testing. Its premise is that muscles have specific relationships with organs and glands and therefore weakness in a specific muscle is an indicator of a problem in the associated organ or gland. Therefore, proponents of applied kinesiology contend that healing that muscle weakness will also heal the problem in the associated organ or gland. Dr. Broeringmeyer found polarizations in the body by looking for changes in muscle strength. He then applied a magnet to the polarized area, to cause depolarization.
- Medical biomagnetism is a non-invasive, painless therapy. Applied kinesiology (essentially a muscle test) is used to identify areas of weakness. Your therapist will then apply magnets to the affected areas for 15 to 20 minutes.
- Typically between 4 and 6 sessions are sufficient to achieve complete healing of minor conditions. Chronic or degenerative conditions will require additional sessions. The length of frequency of these sessions will vary greatly depending on the underlying condition, but a period of more intense therapy during the first month followed by monthly sessions is not uncommon.