Although not well known in the United States, Biomagnetism is practiced in many countries, especially in Central America, South America and Europe. Dr. Isaac Goiz, of Mexico, discovered what would be called Biomagnetic Pair Therapy in 1988. He developed the therapy after attending a seminar on bioenergy held at the medical school of the University of Guadalajara, Mexico, taught by Dr. Richard Broeringmeyer. Dr. Broeringmeyer was researching the impact of single pole magnetic fields on living organisms. He explained that the body's organs and tissues can become magnetically polarized. This polarization was the result of pH alterations within the body. Using kinesiology, Dr. Broeringmeyer demonstrated how to locate these magnetic polarizations.
Intrigued, he returned home and expanded on Broeringmeyer's work. Dr. Goiz experimented with the application of single-pole magnetic pairs (north/south polarity) and monitored the body's responses. Dr. Goiz discovered the first Biomagnetic pair, consisting of the thymus and rectum, on one of his patients. Dr. Goiz calls the bi-focal relation between two disease-causing points of the body a Biomagnetic Pair. Since then, Dr. Goiz and Biomagnetic Pair Therapist around the world have researched and discovered hundreds of Biomagnetic pairs.
In 2009 Dr. Goiz along with Dr. Raymon Hilu conducted a "before and after" study of 250 patients at Dr. Hilu's clinic in Malaga, Spain. Part of the study was filmed. It is an especially powerful example of Biomagnetism's impact on the blood and its ability to mitigate Rouleaux formations (when red blood cells “stick together” to form chains and stacks) with the placement of just a few magnetic pairs.
Sadly Dr. Isaac Goiz passed in March of 2021. His legacy continues in the work of all Biomagnetic Pair Therapist and the thousands of people healed with Biomagnetism.