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The Biomagnetic Pair (BMP) is a therapeutic system developed by the Mexican scientist Dr Isaac Goiz Durán over 3 decades ago. It consists of the positioning of magnets on specific points of the body to help maintain and/or restore the biolectrical balance of the organism, thus favoring an adequate state of wellbeing and general health.
The basic principles of the Biomagnetic Pair technique, its benefits. contraindications, specific scanning, impacting and depolarization techniques, magnetism, types of magnets, previous preparation, documentation, list of resonances, and more, will be studied throughout this manual. Over 150 anatomical positions with their respective definitions and illustrated positions, as well as, more than 200 Biomagnetic pairs described by symptoms, classifications, specific positioning, and specific comments, are covered as well.
The great need to properly form Biomagnetists was what prompted the creation of the present work. This is an effort to introduce beginner students to the knowledge of the BMP, to answer the most frequently asked questions that arise dunng the learning process, to dissipate insecurities that can arise during practice, to unify cntena and to reinforce the protocolization of the system All this with the purpose of granting simplicity and formality to the knowledge inherited by our teacher, Dr. Isaac Goiz Duran.
1. INTRODUCTION TO THE BIOMAGNETIC PAIR
3. BIOMAGNETIC PAIR THEORY
4. BENEFITS OF THE BIOMAGNETIC PAIR
6. PRIOR PREPARATION
7. KINESIOLOGICAL TESTING
8. GOIZ PAIR
9. COMPLETE SCAN
12 PAIR VERIFICATION AND DOCUMENTATION
13. FINAL RECOMMENDATIONS
14. ANATOMY OF THE BIOMANETIC PAIR
15. SCANNING LIST