Biomagnetic Pair therapy was invented by Doctor Isaac Goiz in Mexico City in 1988. Biomagnetic Pair therapy, or BMP therapy, is a general therapeutic treatment designed to improve overall health and wellness. It has grown in popularity in recent decades, and has practitioners around the world.
The main goal of BMP is to bring the body into energy balance. In other words, to bring the body to a natural and healthy state of homeostasis. Biomagnetic Pair therapy involves the precise and correct polarity placement of specially designed, highly powerful magnets over particular areas of the human body. Exposure to these magnetic fields serves to promote the proper regulation of pH levels in the body. By maintaining a correct pH balance, homeostasis can be achieved. This allows the body to be more efficient and better able to heal itself.
It is also claimed that BMP therapy can stimulate and enhance immune system response, increase blood flow and circulation, raise blood oxygenation, reduce inflammation, and a whole host of other positive effects on the body. It is believed that imbalances in pH levels, over time, result in the development of various negative symptoms, syndromes, and other potentially harmful conditions. By establishing and maintaining a proper pH balance within the body, different microorganisms, like viruses, bacteria, and parasites, are not able to proliferate as easily in the body.
Dr Goiz claimed that it is possible to achieve and maintain a healthy, balanced metabolic state by utilizing biomagnetic fields of moderate strength, created by magnets with a Gauss rating from 1,000 to 4,000, applied in pairs over particular parts of the body known as Biomagnetic Pairs (BMP). This process results in a biofeedback loop, where the pairs complement and balance one another, eventually resulting to homeostatic balance.