Post Concussion Syndrome

Post-concussion syndrome is essentially the internal aftermath of a concussion, that occurs when your brain and body are still healing from your trauma. It can last anywhere from a few days, to 3 or more months after accident or injury. The most common symptoms include headaches, dizziness, fatigue, and a foggy brain—which can delay the time in which you can return to work, operate heavy machinery, or even drive your car.

Another Reason To Turn To Magnetic Resonance Therapy

We know the life-changing benefits of the Magnesphere, but were delighted to hear a success story from one of our doctors — Dr. Ed Reilly of Fairview Chiropractic in Fairview, NC. Dr. Reilly suggested magnetic resonance therapy after his patient Mary suffered a concussion after a fall. Mary knew that her symptoms were severe enough that she could not drive until fully recovered, so she sought out a treatment that might speed up her recovery.

After just two treatments she felt as though she “had her brain back.” The fogginess had lifted, and she no longer had any symptoms of post-concussion syndrome.
Mary shares here experience in this video:

Mary talks about her post-concussion syndrome and how she found relief!

Results not Typical. This testimonial is based on the experience of one person and you may not have

similar results. The average person will experience an enhanced feeling of relaxation.


The Magnesphere Difference

For those unfamiliar with this innovative alternative treatment, is completely uninvasive—and 100% drug, pain, and surgery-free treatment option. Our signature system delivers a very precise, extremely low level electromagnetic fields (EMF) to positively stimulate your autonomic nervous system. Immediate relaxation is achieved, and a host of positive health benefits. From reduced pain and inflammation, to a much need good night’s sleep, reduced stress and anxiety—the list goes on!
Learn more about the health and wellness benefits of the Magnesphere now!

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