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New device from Corbo Industries is great!

I purchased the Corbo Golf Ball Massager and want to let anyone with aches and pains to know how great it worked for me and hopefully you will try it also. I use it for about a minute in the a.m. and then again in the p.m. and I have had hardly an ache or pain since I started with it about 3 months ago. I am so greatful that I found something that helped! It's only $29.99 and has a 30 day money back guarantee! Please try it. I hope it works for you as well as it did for me!


  • I do the same thing with a nubby plastic ball I got at The Back Store (yep, that's the name!). I put it between the wall and my back and slowly roll up and down (bending my knees as if I am squatting) - and it works wonders. Some people use a tennis ball, but I like the little nubs pressing into my back and spine and even up to my neck.

    Gosh, I think I am going to go use it now!

    So glad you found something that works for you! If I lose my nubby ball, I will get this item.
    10/26/2012 ACDF C3/4 C4/5 surgery
    No pain; no pain meds - thank goodness!
    04/01/2013 - 5 months + 1 week - FUSED
    Doing some physical therapy for even better range of motion
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