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How I wish you had asked this question before you bought it. I got dh 1 while he was waiting for surgery for a torn rotator cuff. It did no good whatsover, I have arthritis in my spine and thought I would try it on my back as as when the pain is bad you hold yourself differently and make the muscles hurt, I'm sorry to say it didn't help that either. In the end I donated it to the charity shop.
 

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WaterFall said:
I used and it's very good I got one already this is good better than the other one .
As with most quasi-medical appliances, it's going to depend on what your expectations were and how well it's working for what you think you wanted it for.

What country, or area of what country are you from and did you buy this over the internet ???

It's been a few weeks now - - do you still think it's helping you ???
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I have an I-Pamper and it's good for muscular pains. I don't use it on my spinal injury though as it makes it spasm. Good for muscular pain such as tender calves after walking uphill.
 

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Kathleen's daughter said:
I have an I-Pamper and it's good for muscular pains. I don't use it on my spinal injury though as it makes it spasm. Good for muscular pain such as tender calves after walking uphill.
What exactly is an I-Pamper ??? Link ???
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