Cee Jay

 
Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,977
Helpful votes received on reviews: 92% (170 of 185)
Location: Dorset, UK
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,977 - Total Helpful Votes: 170 of 185
Back Pain: What Really Works ("Daily Telegraph&hellip by Arthur C. Klein
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I have tried everything to mend my back after a radical neck dissection in 1996. I've suffered moderate to severe pain ever since, and a paralysed scapula which means I can't use my left arm. The medical profession has made me feel that I'm making the pain up, or exaggerating it. I've tried everything "alternative" and been on oxycodone, morphine, gabapentin, dothiepin, everything. Nothing helps.

This book not only tells you what methods might help, it also rates their success based on actual user reviews. I was so grateful to learn that other people have the same experience (of the medical system) as I did: they also felt fobbed off and passed around the… Read more
66fit Professional Inversion Table 66Fit
4.0 out of 5 stars a strong bit of kit, 5 May 2014
I am desperate for relief from the back pain that's plagued me for 20 years. I've been on every pill, tried every therapy (yoga, acupuncture, physio, Shiatsu, swimming, walking, meditation, everything).

I happened to read Arthur C.Klein's book "Back Pain: What Really Works" and it mentioned inversion tables. I'd never even heard of it, certainly it's never been mentioned by any of the doctors & nurses I've seen over the years.

I ordered this model which arrived actually a day earlier than stated, so I wasn't in.
I'm not much good at constructing flat packs, but 2 of us had this up & working within 40 mins (the written instructions don't seem to have much… Read more
Nasalcrom Nasal Spray Relieves Nasal Allergy Sympt&hellip by Pfizer Consumer
I'm a gardener and I'm usually suffering from itchy weeping eyes, sneezing and infected sinuses by now, even on anti-histamine tablets and Beconase nasal spray.

In desperation I asked my GP to go on a list for immunotherapy, but he suggested I try to get hold of this Nasalcrom, which isn't stocked in the UK it seems (although I could get the eye drops).

I can't believe how good it is: I only use it once or twice a week (it says up to 4 sprays a day) and am in the gardens 8 hours a day, but have no allergic symptoms at all. I can breathe again :)

It was well worth the cost (£20, not on prescription)

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