Biomagnetic Therapy

Biomagnetic Therapy

Dr. Isaac Goiz Dura developed the Biomagnetic Pair (BP) more than 27 years ago when treating an AIDS patient. After putting two magnets on specific points on the body the patient recovered to full health. Dr. Goiz proposed that pairs of points have a relationship to each other for harboring pathogens, viruses and bacteria in the body that overload the immune system and cause dis-ease. The body has a critical acid-alkaline balance. If the body becomes too acidic it becomes a playground for pathogens.

An over acidic body suffers by:

  1. Decreasing the body’s ability to absorb minerals and nutrients
  2. Decreases the energy production in the cells
  3. Decreases the body’s ability to repair damaged cells
  4. Decreases the body’s ability to detoxify heavy metals
  5. Creates an environment that enables tumor cells to thrive
  6. Increases susceptibility to fatigue and illness
  7. And much more

With Biomagnetic Therapy magnets are used in pairs, to enable the treatment of pathogens, bacteria and parasites. This therapy is a revolutionary method that scans the human body from the top of the head to the tip of your toes and determine the etiology (source) of the symptoms and disease.

Biomagnetic Therapy helps restore balance and equilibrium in the body by applying magnets to specific areas resulting in:

  • Improved circulation, healing and vitality.
  • Fights virus, bacteria, parasites and fungus, which are the main cause of many illnesses.
  • Restores health by balancing the acid/alkaline levels of the body.
  • Identifies unbalanced energy points in the body that can cause disease, illness as well as organ dysfunction.
  • A therapy free of side effects, compatible with medical or alternative practice

Biomagnets themselves do not heal, they stimulate the body to heal itself. Magnetism is natural and allows the body’s cells to exist at their optimum level.


To see the results of Biomagnetism click below to see a published study on Biomagnetism on

Biomagnetic Pair Therapy and Typhoid Fever: A Pilot Study.

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