Back on track is ceramic, not magnetic. It's heat therapy.
I've never tried magnetic blankets but th back on track stuff works for me personally.
If you are serious about the magnets then I wouldn't bother with the mesh sheets with fridge magnets sewn on. If there's a registered massage therapist in your area some of them are affiliated with centurion (?) And they have a big blue, battery powered blanket that is quite powerful. Rmts will usually let clients use them or rent them. I think they might also do IR therapy which is godly. That's what I would recommend though.
Eta I Googled it and no IR but they are pricey if you're renting from dover or other. They get very good reviews though!
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Last edited by ~*~anebel~*~; 06-30-2011 at 11:27 AM.