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Richard Kones
(713) 790-1122
7505 Fannin Street+ Suite 210
Houston, TX
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American Holistic Medical Association (AHMA)

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Joyce Long
(713) 623-0866
2301 Yorktown+ #201A
Houston, TX
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International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy (IACT)

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Darla Meng (abrinaus)
(281) 338-0709
League City, TX
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I have been doing energy work for over 20 years. I can help in person and remote long distant treatments. I have been teaching crystal healing and Reiki online for over 10 years. I currently offer classes via email subscription.
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Peacefulmind.com

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Aldridge Chiropractic Clinic
(281) 991-7676
6733 Fairmont Parkway
Pasadena, TX
 
Bear Todd L Chirprtr
(713) 477-4300
1412 Richey Street
Pasadena, TX
 
Joey Blanchard
(713) 623-0866
2301 Yorktown St.+ #201-A
Houston, TX
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International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy (IACT)

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Dawn Gilbreath
(832) 683-0677
Houston, TX
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Specialties: Reiki Master/Teacher, Massage Therapy, Shamanic healing, Qigong Therapy, Life Coaching, Sports Injury Rehabilitation, Trance Work
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Peacefulmind.com

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Texas Medical Center Alternative Care
(713) 790-1122
7505 Fannin Street, Suite 210
Houston, TX
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Weight Management, Stress Management, Sports Medicine, Physical Exercise, Pharmacology, Nutrition, Naturopathy, Immunology, Herbal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease
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American Holistic Medical Association

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Fleming Chiropractic Clinic
(281) 479-9951
7106 Spencer Highway
Pasadena, TX
 
Fennelly Chiropractic Center
(713) 947-2772
3403 Spencer Highway
Pasadena, TX
 
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Magnetic Therapy: Magnetic Therapy

 (Excerpted from Energy Medicine: An Overview)

There are many well-established uses for the application of measurable energy fields to diagnose or treat diseases: electromagnetic fields in magnetic resonance imaging, cardiac pacemakers, radiation therapy, ultraviolet light for psoriasis, laser keratoplasty, and more. There are many other claimed uses as well. The ability to deliver quantifiable amounts of energies across the electromagnetic spectrum is an advantage to studies of their mechanisms and clinical effects. For example, both static and pulsating electromagnetic therapies have been employed.1

Magnetic Therapy
Static magnets have been used for centuries in efforts to relieve pain or to obtain other alleged benefits (e.g., increased energy). Numerous anecdotal reports have indicated that individuals have experienced significant, and at times dramatic, relief of pain after the application of static magnets over a painful area. Although the literature on the biological effects of magnetic fields is growing, there is a paucity of data from well-structured, clinically sound studies. However, there is growing evidence that magnetic fields can influence physiological processes. It has recently been shown that static magnetic fields affect the microvasculature of skeletal muscle. 2 Microvessels that are initially dilated respond to a magnetic field by constricting, and microvessels that are initially constricted respond by dilating. These results suggest that static magnetic fields may have a beneficial role in treating edema or ischemic conditions, but there is no proof that they do.

Pulsating electromagnetic therapy has been in use for the past 40 years. A well-recognized and standard use is to enhance the healing of nonunion fractures. It also has been claimed that this therapy is effective in treating osteoarthritis, migraine headaches, multiple sclerosis, and sleep disorders.1 Some animal and cell culture studies have been con...

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