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Has anyone ever tied tommie copper compression wear?
They have it for ankle elbow calf, glove, knee and shirt.
I was thinking about it but would like to know first if anyone else
has tried it with success.
thanks!
Posted on 08/23/11, 09:02 am
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Reply #1 - 08/24/11  9:11am
" I had been diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis about a year ago and one of the side effects is significant joint pain. My pain manifests primarily in the knee, and after countless Physical Therapy sessions and MRI’s, the doctors could find no tears in any of the tissue. They chaulked it up to being disease related, meanwhile exercise made it feel ok, just sore. I recently tried a Tommie Copper Knee sleeve. I noticed that in the first 12 hours my pain went from a 8 to a 4. The nice things about the Tommie Copper product is you just put it on and forget about it. It's thin enough that its non cumbersome but supportive enough to provide the compression I needed. Also being machine washable is a major benefit. All I can say is try it, you won’t believe the difference! "
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Reply #2 - 08/24/11  11:47am
" jrz7 Thank you so very much for your reply! I am going to order
one now!! "

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