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#518197 - 02/03/18 11:08 PM vibration massager
jay_bharat Offline
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Registered: 12/08/08
Posts: 714
Loc: INDIA, Tamil Nadu
Anyone using hand held vibration massager for pain relief. How useful it is. Which make is effective and good.

Jay

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#518198 - 02/03/18 11:53 PM Re: vibration massager [Re: jay_bharat]
Robin_H Offline
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Registered: 09/13/15
Posts: 282
Loc: Central Canada
I have never found mechanical substitutes for human skills and perception to be of much use.

A good massage therapist -- I find the blind ones here in China the best and most cost effective -- is able to feel the slightest tissue dysfunction and knead it to break down the scar tissue.

Inflammation damages the fascia tissue all over my body and that causes a loss in range of movement. That loss in range of movement just helps the injury grow into a big, painful knot.

Exacta mentioned the use of Active Release Therapy (ART) by a chiropractor. I think it is similar to what I mentioned above except that the patient is made to move the effected body part.

I use a tennis ball between my shoulder blades and lean against a wall to roll it around on my back. I use a lot of force. It brings relief.

I hop this helps
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HLA-B27 neg, vague AS symptoms in 20s and early 30s
1993:fibromyalgia (age 25)
2013.07:Scratched by a sick cat
2013.08:Reverse blockage in a SCUBA accident
2013.09:Strange sore throat then meningitis
2014:Chronic inflammation at the base of the skull
2014 to early 2015:excess NSAID use developed complete axial inflammation, included psoriasis
NSD helped well and but was not perfect
2018.07: weak +'ve tests for borrelia, babesia, bartonella and mycoplasma pneumonia using Armin Lab, ANA=equivocal

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#518199 - 02/04/18 12:08 AM Re: vibration massager [Re: Robin_H]
jay_bharat Offline
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Thanks.

I have taken 3 weeks of ayurvedic massage four months back. Yes. I agree. Human massaging is better. Now planning for a week starting from tomorrow. In between ayurvedic massage sessions, I would like to try mechanical means.

Jay


Edited by jay_bharat (02/04/18 12:09 AM)

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#518202 - 02/04/18 06:28 AM Re: vibration massager [Re: jay_bharat]
Robin_H Offline
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good luck jay.
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HLA-B27 neg, vague AS symptoms in 20s and early 30s
1993:fibromyalgia (age 25)
2013.07:Scratched by a sick cat
2013.08:Reverse blockage in a SCUBA accident
2013.09:Strange sore throat then meningitis
2014:Chronic inflammation at the base of the skull
2014 to early 2015:excess NSAID use developed complete axial inflammation, included psoriasis
NSD helped well and but was not perfect
2018.07: weak +'ve tests for borrelia, babesia, bartonella and mycoplasma pneumonia using Armin Lab, ANA=equivocal

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#518207 - 02/05/18 02:39 AM Re: vibration massager [Re: Robin_H]
jay_bharat Offline
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Registered: 12/08/08
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Loc: INDIA, Tamil Nadu
Thank you, Robin.

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#518222 - 02/09/18 08:50 AM Re: vibration massager [Re: jay_bharat]
DianeL Offline
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Registered: 03/21/17
Posts: 2
Jay I have a percussion massager, mine is called a Thumper but if you search for percussion massager you'll find others too. I find it very helpful. It massages differently than regular mechanical massagers and it penetrates deeply. In addition to AS I am an amputee (left leg) due to an accident and first got the Thumper at my physical therapist's recommendation to help with muscle spasms. I later started using it on my back etc and I now use it at least once a day. It does help. Hope you feel better!

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