I encounter a similar question quite often.
"I was intrigued by coMra-Therapy, but I recently tried three months of magnetotherapy, and nothing has changed on my health".
It is scientifically, in laboratories measured, clinically verified in medical facilities that a certain type of magnetic field has a beneficial effect on biochemical processes in the body. This is a fact that we cannot influence. And as magnetotherapy has been around for quite some time is also proof that it works. If there were only negative experiences with magnetotherapy, it wouldn't exist, my common sense tells me.
This also applies to the use of low energy laser, visible light and ultrasound in various therapeutic and rehabilitation therapies.
So, the question I would like us to ask is:
"Why does any therapy help some to solve their health problem and why some not?"
Everyone is different. Each of us is the original. There is nobody same as the other. Some of us are very similar, but some are fundamentally different. Thus, if two people undergo the same, non-invasive therapy, therapy that is based on stimulating the innate regenerative capabilities of the human body, we cannot generally expect the same course of treatment.
If we are talking about true healing, which aims to return to health, then we must also realize that disease is a process. I am talking mainly about chronic diseases. The disease did not come overnight, the problem arose long before the disease manifested itself by its symptoms. And from this, it is also clear that even true healing will be a process, it will take some time.
We treat body, we treat the complex being
Another aspect of the speed and effect of therapies is the complexity of the human being and our ability to influence results with our attitude and mood. If I decide to die, I will die sooner or later. If I choose to heal, I will subordinate to healing everything, both my thoughts and my practical actions.
The body is intelligent, and it knows its priorities
Since chronic disease is a disease of the whole organism, it is quite likely that the symptoms are only the top of the iceberg that we do not see. So, if we are personally troubled by something that is not necessary for the "survival" of the organism, we cannot force the body to solve the problem that troubles us first. Body intelligence always uses the provided support where it needs it most. It often happens that sore knees are not the most important thing from an organism's point of view. And that's why the knees will be on the line until more important problems are solved.
If the organism struggling with chronic disease is already in a state of fundamental and thus irreversible changes in its functionality, it is no longer logically possible to fully cure. But even so, non-invasive therapies are often able to at least relieve the symptoms of the disease and improve the body conditions.
Finally, I would like to add that diseases somehow belong to our lives. I take it as a result of some process. I can take illness as a curse, I can take illness as a lesson, I can take illness as an opportunity to learn and to change something.
And one thing is clear to me, I care about my life and about my health.