Carrick Plasticity

February 15, 2016

Dear Steve:
It has become evident that autonomic integrity is a strong correlate of both health and quality of life (Lewalter, T. 2001). It has also been suggested that heart rate variability is an inexpensive, non-invasive method for assessing autonomic integrity (Machado, et al 2013). However, there very few passive, non-invasive, non- pharmacological methodologies for increasing HRV in individuals. Passive, non-invasive, non-pharmacological modalities are highly desired to assist in the treatment and recovery of individuals with dysautonomia, traumatic brain injury, neurodegeneration, stroke, pain syndromes, and other conditions that biofeedback and exercise may prove to be difficult.

After a careful review of the research provided by Magneceutical Health about the Magnesphere and its effects on HRV and autonomic function, myself, Professor F.R. Carrick, and the Carrick Institute are pleased to announce that we have decided to move forward with the implementation, introduction, and incorporation of the Magnesphere as part of a comprehensive treatment plan for our patients, and our network of thousands of providers around the world.Furthermore, we are excited to introduce this technology to our research partners at Harvard Medical School and Cambridge University.

If you have any questions regarding how we plan to implement and utilize this revolutionary technology, feel free to contact us.

Yours in Health,


Associate Professor of Clinical Neuroscience, Carrick Institute
Director of Neurological Performance and Rehabilitation, Carrick Institute
Director of Neurological Performance and Rehabilitation, Plasticity Brain Centers

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