The Use of Electromagnetic Forces of the Earth in Manual and Physiotherapy

Yuri Pmvovarenko (Research and Training Center “Physical and Chemical Materials Science” Under Kyiv Taras Shevchenko University and NAS of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine)

Article ID: 1608

DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/jhp.v2i1.1608

Abstract


Physiotherapists usually ignore the electric polarization of human bodies that occurs under the influence of the electromagnetic forces of the Earth. This is irrational, since the positive or negative electrification of human tissues has the opposite effect on both their properties and functional activity. How physiotherapists must take into account the polarizing effect of the electromagnetic forces of the Earth when analysing the functional states of the tissues of the human body is shown here. It also shows how these electromagnetic forces can be used by manual and physiotherapists.


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Manual therapy;Physiotherapy;Electrets;Yoga

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