Objectively Determining the Cough effect of B-h933. International Medical Research magazine, Vol. 6, Number 1, March 1979, Mexico.
Chronic Bronchitis. Latest Medical News magazine. Vol. 5, Number 4, March 1979, Mexico.
Cefoxitin Sodium in the Treatment of Respiratory Infections, Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, Vol. 4, Supl. B.U.S.A., 1978.
Comparative Study of RU-20201 in Treatment of Cough with Placebo. International Medical Research magazine, Vol. 7, 1980, Mexico.
Chronic Bronchitis and Lung Emphysema. Introduction to Neumology book. Mendez Cervantes publishing, 1981, Mexico.
Thoracopulmonary Rehabilitation. Unique educational book.
AIDS Is Curable, Izcalli publishing, Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, 1st Edition 1993, Mexico.
The Biomagnetic Pair. Alternative Medicine and Rehabilitation, S.A. de C.V. publishing, Mexico City 1st Edition 1995, 2nd Edition 1993, 3rd Edition 2001.
AIDS Is Curable. 1st Edition, Alternative Medication and Rehabilitation, S.A. de C.V. publishing, 2000.
The Tumoral Phenomenon. 1st Edition De Loja National University publishing, Republic of Ecuador, 2003.
SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS
Full member. Medical Society of the National Pneumology Medical Society. 1965 – 1972, Mexico City.
Founding member. Physiotherapy Mexican Society. 1974 – 1978.
Founding member. Dr. Manuel Gea González General Hospital Medical Society. 1972 – 1983, Mexico City.
Founding member. Dr. Manuel Gea González General Hospital Medical Association. 1983 – 1984, Mexico City.
Affiliated full member. Pneumology and Thorax Surgery Mexican Society. 1972 – 1983, Mexico City.
Founding member. Xalostoc Rotary Club. 1984 – 1988 Xalostoc, Eucatepec, Mexico.
Member. Traditional Medicine Mexican Academy, A.C.
Member. New Cork Academy of Sciences, 2000 USA.
Professor. Medical School, Public Health Unit at the De Loja National University, Republic of Ecuador.
Member. Medical Biomagnetism Mexican School, A.C. 2003 Mexico.
Honorary member Quantic Medicine, Neurosciences and Bioenergetics National Association, Barcelona, Spain, February 8, 1999.
Secretary of Deontology at the World Natural Medicine Organization in the American Continent, Mexico City, June 2, 1999.
Honorary Life Chairman and Founder of the Medical Biomagnetism Mexican School, A.C., Mexico City, 2003.
President of the Medical Bioenergetics National School, A.C., México 2004.
Biomagnetism Teacher – Secretary of Labor and Social Welfare.
Biomagnetism Teacher – De Loja National University, Republic of Ecuador
Biomagnetism Teacher – Autonomous University of Chapingo, México
Biomagnetism Teacher – University of the Biospheres of Catemaco, Veracruz-México
Biomagnetism Teacher – San Nicolás de Hidalgo University, Morelia Michoacan México
Biomagnetism Teacher – University of Technology of the Workers –Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico
Biomagnetism Teacher- FINLAY Institute, La Habana, Cuba
Biomagnetism Teacher- National Health System of the Republic of Ecuador
Member of the Traditional Medicine Mexican Academy, A.C. –Mexico
Active Member of the New York Academy of Sciences, New York, USA
“Martín De la Cruz” Award, Traditional Medicine Mexican Academy, A.C. –Mexico
Honorary Life Chairman and Founder of the Medical Biomagnetism Mexican School, A.C., Mexico City, 2003.
Tlamatini.-“Mexico Living Treasure”, Geography and Statistics Mexican Academy, Mexico 2006. Premio
Dr. Demetrio Sodi Pallares. Traditional Medicine Mexican Academy, A.C. –México
Elite Member and Award from IOEIM Organization for academic excellence and research in medicine,
Honorable Research Professor – Alcalá de Henares University, Spain. January 2014.
In 1959 he started working for Petroleos Mexicanos (PEMEX) where he remained for 4 years. During that time he worked as a surveyor, truck driver, typist, storage manager and held other positions. In 1964 he began studying at the Adele Ann Iglesias Physiotherapy School at the American British Cowday Hospital in Mexico City, a program that was offered in conjunction with UNAM. After completing the technical degree in Physiotherapy he began working as a swimming instructor, gave medical physics classes, as well as others. That same year he also worked at the National Institute of Respiratory Diseases, Mexico, where he remained in charge of the Department of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine for 20 years. It was there that he met Ms. Maria Elena Martinez Carbajal, his future wife, who at the time worked in the Nutrition Department of the institute.
In 1977 Dr. Goiz Durán began Medical School at the Autonomous University of Puebla where he graduated as Obstetric Surgeon, professional license number 813725. While working as a physician and physiotherapist he took several certification courses and received degrees in alternative medicine, including Dr. Richard Broeringmeyer’s Energy Therapy course in 1988 in Guadalajara, Mexico.
That same year, inspired by Dr. Richard Broeringmeyer’s teachings and based on his own knowledge in medicine and other areas, as well as the information contained in Otto Glasser’s book “Medical Physics”, he discovered the Biomagnetic Pair while treating an HIV positive patient. The patient showed significant improvement 8 days after receiving treatment, which consisted on the application of two magnets of opposite polarity, each measuring approximately 1000 external Gauss. During the treatment the magnets had been placed on specific areas of the patient’s body for 15 minutes. So on October 10th, 1988, Dr. Isaac Goiz Durán discovers the first Biomagnetic Pair in the history of Biomagentism, a pair designated as the “Thymus-Rectum” pair, and thus becomes the discoverer and author of the technique.
In the course of 26 years the achievements of Dr. Isaac Goiz Durán, including the discovery of the Biomagnetic Pair, have been countless. Some of the main achievements include the discovery of 350 Biomagnetic Pairs that identify and treat a variety of diseases including infectious, autoimmune, dysfunctional, metabolic, chronic, degenerative, psycho-emotional and tumoral. In 1993 he discovered the phenomena that magnetic fields generate in a living organism, the human body, and that can be reproduced through mental energy, calling it Bioenergetics. In 1995 he discovered Telebioenergetics when he cured his first patient remotely. Using the mental energy of the patient, the therapist and the joint action of the magnetic fields, he is able to cure a person in Italy long distance from Mexico.
Throughout the years, Dr. Isaan Goiz Durán has received multiple awards for his work and research, which include:
“Martin de la Cruz” National Prize – Traditional Medicine Academy, A.C., Mexico 1997.
Doctor in Medical Bioenergetics – International University Oxford, England 1999.
“Tlamatini” Mexico Living Treasure – Geography and Statistics Academy, Mexico 2006. The highest recognition he says he has ever received.
Honorable Research Professor – Alcalá de Henares University, Spain 2014.
The summary of his work is contained in the 5 books he has authored, which are: “El Par Biomagnético” (The Biomagnetic Pair), “El Fenómeno Tumoral” (The Tumoral Phenomenon), “El SIDA es curable” (AIDS Is Curable), “Fisiopatología Bioenergética” (Bioenergetic Physiopathology) and a book of poetry titled “¿Qué puedo dar de mí?”(What Can I Give of Myself?).
Currently he works and collaborates with 10 universities around the world, giving courses, training academic high level therapists and pursuing research topics. He is the father of 5 children, has 9 grandchildren and lives in a small neighborhood in Mexico with his greatest supporter, his wife.
Physiotherapist – 1964
Physician and Surgeon – 1984
Member of the Academia de Medicina Tradicional, A. C. (Tradicional Medicine Academy, A.C.), Mexico City, 1990
Founder and General Director of Centro de Investigación de Biomagnetismo Médico, S. C. (Medical Biomagnetism Research Center, S.C.) – 1994
Founder and General Director of Medicinas Alternativas y Rehabilitación, S. A. de C. V. (Alternative Medicine and Rehabilitation, S.A. of C.V.) – 1994
“Martin de la Cruz” National Prize – Traditional Medicine Academy, A.C., Mexico – 1997
Doctor in Medical Bioenergetics – International University Oxford, England – 1999
Member of the New York Academy of Sciences, USA – 2000
Professor in the Area of Medical Sciences at the De Loja National University, Republic of Ecuador – 2002
Graduate Professor of the “Biomagnetic Pair”, Autonomous University of Chapingo
Geography and Statistics Academy of Mexico, “Tlamatini”– 2006
Elementary: José María Lafragua Official School #16 , Puebla, Puebla 1948 – 1953
Middle School: Venustiano Carranza Official Middle School, Puebla, Puebla 1954 – 1956
High School: Autonomous University of Puebla, Puebla, Puebla 1957 – 1959
Physiotherapist: Adele Ann Iglesias Physiotherapy School at the American British Cowday Hospital, UNAM, Mexico City 1964
Obstetric Surgeon: Medical School at the Autonomous University of Puebla, Puebla, Puebla 1977 – 1984 professional license number 813725.
PhD in Philosophy in Medical Bioenergetics – Oxford International University Oxford. England 1999. Doctoral thesis: The Biomagnetic Pair
PhD in Medical Biomagnetism: New Sciences University of America, S.C.: Mexico 1999. Doctoral Thesis: AIDS is curable.
Continuing education courses taken since 1967 at the First National Convention on Rehabilitation Medicine. Mexico City.
Mechanics and clinical use of Intermittent Positive Pressure Breathing Units. The Bird Institute. Palm Springs, CA, USA. 1975 and 1974 USA
International Course on Children with Cerebral Palsy. Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon, Monterrey, Mexico 1976.
First course in Chinese Acupuncture. Foreign Languages Institute, Mexico City, 1976.
Couses on hand rehabilitation. Dr. Manuel Gea González General Hospital, Mexico City, 1978.
Course on Clinical Pneumology. Mexican Society of Pneumology and Thoracic Surgery, A.C. Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico 1981.
Course on the use of Cocarboxylase, Nucleases, Oligoelements and DMSO. University of Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico 1988.
Eclectic treatment for Cancer, Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Research Society. Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico 1989.
Course on Prebiotics, University of Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico 1989.
First National Conference on Current Situation of Complementary Medications, on August 27th and 28th, 2004 in Chile.
Supervise doctors of the Health Department doing their residency in rehabilitation at the Dr. Manuel Gea González General Hospital, 14974 – 1977, Mexico City.
Supervisor of Social Services interns of the Mexican Institute of Rehabilitation in Physiotherapy, at the Dr. Manuel Gea González General Hospital, 14974 – 1977, Mexico City.
Adjunct professor of theoretical-practical course on Respiratory Rehabilitation at the Rehabilitation School of S.S.A. 1974 – 1976, Mexico City.
General coordinator and professor of the Hand Rehabilitation course at the First Pan-American Convention on Hand Surgery, 1976, Mexico City.
Adjunct professor of the 1st Continuing Education Course on Frequent Respiratory Illnesses, IMMS Medical and Surgical Hospital, 1978, Leon, Guanajuato.
Coordinator of the Respiratory Rehabilitation course at the Rehabilitation School of S.S.A., 1978, Mexico City.
Adjunct professor of the Clinical Respiratory Rehabilitation Course of the Office of the Undersecretary of Health, General Office on the Control of Tuberculosis, 1978, Mexico City.
Adjunct professor of Rehabilitation of Patients with Respiratory Pathology course, Rehabilitation Technicians School of S.S.A., 1979 – 1983, Mexico City.
Supervisor of clinical practices of the UNAM National Nursing School at the Dr. Manuel Gea González General Hospital, 1979 – 1983, Mexico City.
Professor of Medical Biomagnetism Course at the Medical Biomagnetism Research Center, 1993 to date.
He has taught approximately 200 courses in Mexico and other countries, including Level 1 and Level 2 courses since 1996 to date.
Diploma and Gold Ribbon for 10 continuous years of practice in physiotherapy. Adele Ann Iglesias Physiotherapy School at the American British Cowday Hospital, 1974 Mexico City.
Diploma and Medal of the European Confederation of Physiotherapy, 1976, Barcelona, Spain.
Diploma and Commemorative Medal of the 50th Anniversary of Autonomy of the UNAM. Israeli Mexican Institute, A.C., 1979, Mexico City.
Dr. Martin de la Cruz Award given by the Traditional and Folk Medicine Mexican Academy during the XI Traditional Medicine International Convention at Quetzaltenango, Guatemala. October 1997.
Honorary appointment as “Tlamatini” Mexico Living Treasure, by the Geography and Statistics Academy, August 2004, Mexico City.
Award and Certified in the Biomagnetic and Bioenergetics Courses, May 2005.
was born April 13, 1941 in Puebla, Puebla, Mexico. He was the third child of 10 children.
He studied elementary, middle school and high school in the city of Puebla. After completing high school he attended the School of Chemistry, but did not complete his studies due to the death of his mother. He was only 18 when he had to take on the responsibility of caring for the family while his father attended seminary in preparation to become a priest.