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Study Centres

Wednesday, 09 January 2019 | Team Avenues

With more and more people looking for alternative medicine treatment, the options are growing by leap and bounds in this field. One such field is magnetic therapy — a natural and painless treatment with no side effects. It involves knowledge about the human body, various diseases and their treatment by using magnets. A magnetic therapist can find employment in private/public hospitals, naturopathy hospitals or alternative treatment therapy centres. The minimum qualification for getting admission to certificate, degree and diploma courses in magnet therapy is 10+2 and graduation for PG courses. A few colleges where one can study are:

  • Bihar Acupressure Yoga College, Patna. Course: Bachelor of Magneto Therapy
  • Holy Angels College of Alternative Medicines, Mumbai. Course: Bachelor of Magneto Therapy
  • All India Alternative Medical Council, Nainital. Course: Bachelor of Magneto Therapy
  • All India Paramedical Technology and Alternative Medicine Council, Ludhiana. Course: Bachelor of Magneto Therapy
  • Acupressure Health Mart, New Delhi, Kolkata, Raipur. Course: Master Diploma in Magnet Therapy

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