Thank you Anne Miller as you have found those are all effective tools to use.
Catie George wrote:Hans, thanks for starting this thread!
My mother relies on a monthly massage to help with pain management, which isn't possible right now. She has some carpal tunnel, inflammatory arthritis, and one leg shorter/significantly weaker than the other due to an old break and surgeries. Her shoulders are very tight/sore most of the time, a lot of the tension seems to come from her bad leg. She uses a lot of heat and rolling on the floor on tennis balls in a sock to manage it, and is rather obsessed with good posture and ergonomics and good shoes with orthodics.
Having missed her monthly massage, she is in more pain than usual.
Do you have any suggestions for additional things she can do to manage through this time?
Eric Hanson wrote:Hey Hans,
Can you briefly explain to me what exactly magnet therapy and why it does what it does? Maybe you already addressed this above, I might not be making the connection.
Hannah Smith wrote:Do you think this https://www.biomag.co.uk/portable-devices-home-care-magnetic-therapy/ can help for joint pain?
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