I insisted on buying a Cordus and in the end I didn't think it would be that bad, I wasn't sure it would work because it sounds so easy, but I felt so much better when I used it. I have more sciatica, my hernia decreases and they won't work on me. My only complaint is that I hate reading booklets and I don't realize that there are a lot of videos on their site.
You just have to be more discriminating with the help you render toward other people.
Google's Cords Review has mixed bags everywhere, always full of soap. If you can afford e (about $ 90), think about whether it can help or not. If it goes bad (as some have said), you should stop. Physical examination can be a good idea.
I suggest you find a good surgeon. We are very good at dealing with spinal problems. A colleague told me that I may be familiar with this Cordus device, but I do not believe in this new method.
I have scoliosis and yes it worked for me. I also use cords and natural cartilage supplements, I can't believe it works for sciatica.
I hate this terrible pain! When I started to feel I was looking for all the medicine that could do to calm me down, pills, compresses, cords, sacrum, exercise, I really don't know why I felt better, but I feel much better now.
In my opinion most back problems can be solved by movement. This cordless device is for lazy people who already have serious problems like herniated disc, scoliosis etc. I have no bad opinions. On the other hand, he did a great job with my father. But as I said, exercise and think about spending your money later.
I had never heard of it before, but the only thing that did anything to ease my pain was hydrocodone. I stumbled upon treatment for painful chronic sciatica - I had severe bronchitis last year and couldn't sleep because my lungs were warming up and I had a very bad cough. I read later that Latina on the slope (I bought my own from Wal-Mart after an appendectomy) helps prevent it from happening. After a few weeks of lying to myself like this (it's more comfortable to do this on the couch than in bed), I suddenly realized that I didn't have back pain. Absolutely not. I tried to lie down on the bed, but my back hurt a lot, so I went back to the sofa. You have to try, shoot.