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Re: Do you have an arthritis story that could help others?

Posted: Sat Dec 31, 2016 6:00 am
by KristenReed
Hello, I want to share my grandmother's experience. She was dealing with arthritis, her arthritis pain began suddenly, the skin on her knee started looking red and it feels warm to the touch. We consulted with the doctor and her diagnostic process has begun. It was very painful for her when she walks and very difficult for her to take a bath in the regular tub. So the doctor has recommended to get in contact with the professionals of walk in tubs and installed a walk-in bathtub in her bathroom. Because walk-in bathtub has a safer, less than 4-inch step up so she barely has to lift her feet to get in, and it has a non-slip seat which makes tub the perfect way to get back into the bath safely and easily. After the installation, the warm water therapy accelerates the healing process by dilating blood vessels and increasing blood flow to ache area or in the damaged tissue. Right now she feels much better.

Re: Do you have an arthritis story that could help others?

Posted: Thu Apr 27, 2017 1:10 am
by oliverpete
KristenReed wrote:Hello, I want to share my grandmother's experience. She was dealing with arthritis, her arthritis pain began suddenly, the skin on her knee started looking red and it feels warm to the touch. We consulted with the doctor and her diagnostic process has begun. It was very painful for her when she walks and very difficult for her to take a bath in the regular tub. So the doctor has recommended to get in contact with the professionals of walk in tubs and installed a walk-in bathtub in her bathroom. Because walk-in bathtub has a safer, less than 4-inch step up so she barely has to lift her feet to get in, and it has a non-slip seat which makes tub the perfect way to get back into the bath safely and easily. After the installation, the warm water therapy accelerates the healing process by dilating blood vessels and increasing blood flow to ache area or in the damaged tissue. Right now she feels much better.
it must be a wonder tub. I might as well put some Epsom salt but don't know if it treats arthritis. Has she been able to walk and tolerate the pain?

Re: Do you have an arthritis story that could help others?

Posted: Thu Apr 27, 2017 1:17 am
by oliverpete
This is not my own story but I am here to learn from others on the types of treatment they've been through and to share what I know. I have a friend diagnosed with arthritis at early age, he is my buddy in tennis, suddenly we need to stop working out due to pain. He's been taking medications that soon, almost destroyed his liver. Anyway, he was on doxyva trial therapy for arthritis and it did work with him. The circulation, and oxygenation perhaps as explained by that product makes me skeptical but I've seen the progress my friend have had with that therapy, so yes, it may help others here as well who knows. Never afraid to try. Science has been growing and I think the microcirculation therapy is not a thing of the past anymore.

Re: Do you have an arthritis story that could help others?

Posted: Sat Jul 01, 2017 2:53 am
by The Best Ever
Same with OliverPete, I've been a user of the same product for 5 months now, going 6 months. I'm very skeptical when it comes to new innovation but I consulted my doctor about doxyva, shown him the different studies which support their claims, and he said "welp we could always give it a try". I availed of their 30-day trial. For that time being, there were minimal changes but i decided to continue with the product. On my second month tho, that was when I got noticeable changes! I noticed a significant decrease in pain in my joints, i could freely move my fingers without suffering the usual pain i felt before. My endurance as well has improved. I definitely have an overall better life right now. And oh, what i like most about it is it's non-invasive, I could have the therapy at home while i'm watching tv or what not! I just thought of sharing with you guys. :D

Re: Do you have an arthritis story that could help others?

Posted: Tue Aug 08, 2017 9:23 am
by Girldmator
KristenReed wrote:Hello, I want to share my grandmother's experience. She was dealing with arthritis, her arthritis pain began suddenly, the skin on her knee started looking red and it feels warm to the touch. We consulted with the doctor and her diagnostic process has begun. It was very painful for her when she walks and very difficult for her to take a bath in the regular tub. So the doctor has recommended to get in contact with the professionals of walk in tubs and installed a walk-in bathtub in her bathroom. Because walk-in bathtub has a safer, less than 4-inch step up so she barely has to lift her feet to get in, and it has a non-slip seat which makes tub the perfect way to get back into the bath safely and easily. After the installation, the warm water therapy accelerates the healing process by dilating blood vessels and increasing blood flow to ache area or in the damaged tissue. Right now she feels much better.
I am glad that the warm water therapy helps your grandmother to ease the pain.

Re: Do you have an arthritis story that could help others?

Posted: Fri Nov 20, 2020 5:19 pm
by Prycejosh1987
My grandmother has something similar, she uses muscle aids, like bands for her legs. I think you should get her to exercise her body, and massage her pains and aches.

Re: Do you have an arthritis story that could help others?

Posted: Tue Jan 12, 2021 2:40 pm
by HealthStasia
KristenReed wrote:
Sat Dec 31, 2016 6:00 am
Hello, I want to share my grandmother's experience. She was dealing with arthritis, her arthritis pain began suddenly, the skin on her knee started looking red and it feels warm to the touch. We consulted with the doctor and her diagnostic process has begun. It was very painful for her when she walks and very difficult for her to take a bath in the regular tub. So the doctor has recommended to get in contact with the professionals of walk in tubs and installed a walk-in bathtub in her bathroom. Because walk-in bathtub has a safer, less than 4-inch step up so she barely has to lift her feet to get in, and it has a non-slip seat which makes tub the perfect way to get back into the bath safely and easily. After the installation, the warm water therapy accelerates the healing process by dilating blood vessels and increasing blood flow to ache area or in the damaged tissue. Right now she feels much better.
I'm glad she is feeling better now and the warm water therapy worked for her.

Re: Do you have an arthritis story that could help others?

Posted: Fri Jul 02, 2021 11:55 am
by minahil123
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