Journey to the Worlds: A Visit to the Doctor

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  1. Paul Becker says:

    my shoulder was hanging by wet-spaghetti in 2001. 22 dislocations in 14 years. self diagnoses determined it was ‘destroyed’ and getting worse. needed orthoscopic but didn’t have insurance. gave up surfing in 1998 as i couldn’t paddle anymore. could barely grip my golf club due to weakness in my lead hand and ringing pain down the inside of my elbow. i invented the EarthPulse™ for use in neurological disease (primarily Parkinson’s) but had hoped it would sharpen my own mental skills. i stumbled into the sleep effect of the device so began sleeping on it every night. 3 months later i was back surfing. now 9 years later, i’m still surfing and can hit 300 balls at the range and barely break a sweat with no residual muscle or joint pain. i’m now 53. check it out. i’ll brow you a 1/2 price deal because i really like your style and i know you’ll suggest my devices to your clients for hips, knees, ankles, back, neck, shoulders…(or crappy sleep – which is no fun either). really stumbled into the best orthopedic tool there is. oh, and it adds about 20% peak strenth too. doubt your tell any long-drivers about it though. 😉 cheers, paul

    • Eric Jones, MA, PGA says:

      Awesome Paul! I’m always willing to look at and try new things. You can’t innovate if you don’t experiment. If it works, I’ll tell people about it. If it doesn’t, I’ll tell them that as well.