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Therapeutic Ultrasound Therapy

Mack-BeeMMack-Bee Posts: 1
edited 08/13/2013 - 7:05 PM in Alternative Treatments
Due to my experience with musculoskeletal injuries from being a former teen athlete, patient,(edited to remove professional information), and after thorough research, I believe it is my duty to express the benefits I've embarked upon using ultrasound therapy. Ultrasound therapy is the only treatment method I've encountered that has been simultaneously effective and painless, besides pharmaceuticals however, I no longer take painkillers as after research, I am skeptical about them. Therefore, my method of choice for my sprains, strains, and other musculoskeletal inflammation, is and until something equally as good or better comes along, will always be ultrasound therapy.

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