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    • #18642

      HAS ANYONE ELSE (besides me) tied the Kailo “nano condencer”
      pain strip to combat PD pain?
      I bought it for me wife to try & she is very happy with the
      results. She feels that it works where no other “pain patch”
      has helped.

    • #18699

      Hi Dale,

      Just a question in general.  My husband was diagnosed a year ago and continues to do well with his primary symptom being a left-handed tremour.  He does experience some slowness but it is more just an inconvenience.  We had a friend who had Parkinson’s for many years and the last three or four he suffered with back pain from muscle spasms (he used a heating pad to relief this).    I have noticed other posts, as well as yours, which bring up pain issues.  Is this pain, which is being referred to, from muscle spasms – or nerve pain?  I am just trying to get a handle on what it is actually related to.

    • #18713

      She says that it is nerve pain that rally gets to her. This end result is that is is very difficult for her to
      use “over-the-head” garments, jeans and other items of clothing.
      When she uses the Kailo Patch, she is able to move without more pain, within limits. The pain is alleviated, not ended, entirely, though.

    • #18718
      Charne Sherman

      This is the first I’m hearing about Kailo and if really works I would like to try it.  I have PD and my back is bad due to stenosis, recently scoliosis and a bulging disc, all exacerbated by the PD.  Do you recommend it?  I will also do my own research on it as well.

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