Understanding PEMF

Differences among Mini Magic, Big Magic and Joint Aid

Mini Magic, Big Magic and Joint Aid

Big Magic and Mini Magic, both as PEMF Therapy devices, can easily penetrate the body using a low frequency pulsed electromagnetic field. Our body is nurtured by these fields, and our cells regain their positive charge. However, Joint Aid is different from Big Magic and Mini Magic. It is a cold laser therapy device specially designed for joint issues. Cold laser therapy delivers non-thermal photons of light to the body to help heal injured cells. In this blog, we will explore the detailed differences among Mini Magic, Big Magic and Joint Aid, and help you choose the most suitable MiraMate device according to your own health conditions.

1. Treatment Area

Big Magic is for regional treatment and whole body treatment. The optimal treatment height is 30cm and the distance around the mat is 5cm. It’s long enough to cover your entire spine if you have a back injury, or you can wrap it around your leg or other body parts where you feel pain. If you do not just treat one specific condition but more for general health maintenance, you can choose whole-body treatment using Big Magic. Place the mats under your bed and lie on it for overnight treatment. Big Magic can target your body at a cellular level to stimulate cell metabolism and improve your overall health.

Mini Magic and Joint Aid are for the local treatment, such as knees, ankles, wrists, etc. The optimal treatment range of Mini Magic is 5cm around the coil. The most effective treatment range of Joint Aid tends to be the area covered by the low level lasers.

2. Usages

Big Magic and Joint Aid have been designed to treat chronic conditions. Chronic conditions are those that you’ve suffered from for a long period of time and won’t go away easily, such as insomnia, arthritis, anxiety, etc. You can gradually improve the symptoms of chronic conditions using Big Magic and Joint Aid. For best results, we generally recommend using Joint Aid for chronic joint issues and Big Magic for other chronic conditions.

Mini Magic is better for acute conditions such as injuries, like sports injuries. With the coil of Mini Magic around your pain area, you get effect within half an hour.

3. Recommendations

Based on the above two points, you can have a clear understanding of Mini Magic, Big Magic and Joint Aid. Choose the right one according to your own health conditions and you will be amazed at the results you get. You can also refer to the following recommendations.

Mini Magic is recommended for:

Big Magic is recommended for:

Joint Aid is recommended for:

  • Joint pain, knee pain, neck pain
  • Tendinitis, bursitis, arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Chronic joint bruising
  • Calcaneal spur
  • Tennis elbow
  • Femoral head necrosis
  • An acupuncture rehabilitation therapy

Despite their differences, Mini Magic, Big Magic and Joint Aid can be used together for the best results. Please feel free to contact us if you are still confused about which MiraMate device to choose.

Click on the links below to possess your own MiraMate devices!
https://www.miramate.com/product/mini-magic/
https://www.miramate.com/product/big-magic/
https://www.miramate.com/product/miramate-joint-aid/

2 thoughts on “Differences among Mini Magic, Big Magic and Joint Aid

  1. Oliver Mc Cooey says:

    Hi

    We live in Ireland and my wife who has Parkinson’s uses your mini magic. I see from reading your blog that big magic would probably be more suitable for her problems. Please let me know if you can send the product to the Irish Republic?
    Thank you

    Yours sincerely

    Oliver Mc Cooey

    1. MiraMate says:

      Dear friend, we can send products to the Irish Republic. We recommend using Mini Magic on the hands and ankles to control the tremor caused by Parkinson’s Disease. Please check this video: https://youtu.be/C5MMWVInBmI

      In addition, you can put the Big Magic mats under the pillow sheet to regulate certain regions of your brain and improve your symptoms such as disorders of cognition, sleep difficulties, and etc.

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