It’s Time to Say Goodbye to Joint Pain 4

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In simple words, joints are where your bones meet. Common examples include shoulders, elbows, hips, knees, and ankles. Joints allow your body to perform different movements.

However, some injuries or diseases will damage your joints and lead to joint pain, which will significantly limit your mobility. So, what causes joint pain, and what can we do about it?

What Causes Joint Pain?

Joint pain is extremely common because the joints naturally deteriorate as you age. About one-third of all adults experience joint pain from time to time. If you are not careful with your movements, even daily activities, such as climbing the stairs, can damage your knee and cause joint pain. Other injuries or trauma may hurt your joint and result in pain, swelling, inflammation, and stiffness at the joint.

Besides injuries, many diseases can also induce joint pain. One of the most common causes of joint pain is arthritis, including osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. They can cause pain in all kinds of joints. In addition to the knees, hips, wrists, and fingers are also the targets of arthritis.

Other conditions that can cause joint pain include:

  • Bursitis: the inflammation of fluid sacs that help cushion your joints.
  • Gout: a type of arthritis when too much uric acid crystallizes and deposits in the joints.
  • Tendinitis: the inflammation of the tendon.
  • Fibromyalgia.
  • Infections: influenza, hepatitis, mumps, etc.
  • Lupus: an autoimmune disease.

Treatments of Joint Pain

Depending on the severity of joint pain and whether it is chronic or acute, treatment options include home care, medications, and physical therapy.

Home Care

There are several ways to relieve joint pain at home:

  • Protect and compress the joint with an elastic band or wrap.
  • Rest the joint, or only do mild activities with a doctor’s monitoring.
  • Ice the joint for about 15 minutes, several times each day.
  • Elevate the joint above the level of your heart.

Medications

For mild joint pain, over-the-counter (OTC) nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as aspirin, celecoxib, ibuprofen, and naproxen, can provide relief. If OTCs do not work for you, you can ask a doctor to prescribe stronger medications or have an injection of steroids or platelet-rich plasma.

Physical Therapy

A physical therapist can teach you how to strengthen the muscles around the joint, stabilize the joint, and improve your range of motion. The therapist will use different techniques, such as ultrasound and electrical nerve stimulation, to achieve that.

Spooky2 for Joint Pain Relief

Spooky2 offers various programs for different types of joint pain, including arthritis, knee pain, elbow pain, fibromyalgia, gout, and lupus. You can choose the one that suits your situation most.

Spooky2 also provides several ways of healing joints. The remote mode is often recommended because it is not restricted by time or location. The remote can alleviate your joint pain wherever you are for however long you wish.

Contact mode usually shows fast results by directly applying rife frequencies to the body. You need to follow the safety instructions since the contact mode may not be suitable for those with metal implants or pacemakers.

Plasma and PEMF are also effective in relieving pain. They can help with your joints as long as you stay in the energy field.

You can also choose cold lasers if you are willing to point the lasers at the correct acupoints around the painful joint.

Spooky2 can relieve your joint pain effectively and quickly. When you use it, you may or may not feel sensations, such as sweating, headache, joint pain, or fatigue. These are called Herxheimer reactions. There are many different types of Herxheimer reactions, which vary from person to person and depend on your health conditions and programs. It is completely normal if you do not feel them, and if you do, you can stop for a while to recover and resume the treatment later.

Many customers found that PEMF is especially effective in relieving pain. The PEMF coil is a low power frequency source. It can be used for pain management, reducing inflammation, sleep disorders, entrainment, depression and anxiety, bone healing, and much more.

Do you know how to connect the PEMF accessory to your Spooky2 generator and run pain relief programs?

Hardware

Spooky2 generator

Spooky2 PEMF coil

Connect Spooky2 Coil directly to the generator. For more power use the MN or High Power port of Spooky2 Boost.

Software

Open Spooky2 software, go to the Presets tab, and choose Shell (Empty) Presets > Spooky Coil (General Direct) – JW.

Then, go to the Programs tab. Type in keywords such as “joint pain” and search for the programs you want. Double click to load the programs.

Finally, go to the Control tab, tick “Overwrite Generator”, and select the correct generator no.

Click “Start” and wait for your pain to go away.

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4 Comments

  1. Is the remote mode ok as I have Atrial fibrillation, for joint pain

    1. No need to worry, remote has no influence.

  2. is the PEMF coil good for Cancer, i don’t have the plasma yet, once the program is uploaded and ready to start is the man/woman led down and the coil presented on the initial area? thank you

    1. Hi, l am afraid that Pemf is not effective enough for cancer. If you do not own plasma, you can use contact or remote mode to help with your issue. Compared with Pemf, these two modes will be better choices:)

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