Where did the term magnetic flux generator come from?

The term magnetic flux generator was made famous by Dr Robert Holcomb whose pioneering work at Vanderbilt Medical University has been profiled on numerous TV shows, including Dateline and Australia’s Good Medicine. You can see these shows on the web here… magnets for pain relief.

The first generation of Magnetic Flux Generators were a quadrapolar magnet called Magna Bloc and were comprised of four separate bipolar magnets assembled into a quadrapolar array. The four magnets were then encased in a plastic housing. The scientific breakthrough of these devices was applying a steep field gradient to nerves in order to block pain. 

The next generation quadrapolar magnets or “magnetic flux generators” are called Q magnets and are an even more effective natural pain relief.

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