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Old 07-11-2015, 11:54 AM #1
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I've talked about starting with the magnet knee support somewhere else here don't know where it is. My OA knee is 20some yrs of pain and crepitus. Doing all I can to do no surgery.

I'm wearing the magnet knee support now close to a month and realizing it's helping....I tested myself the other day, and didn't wear it for a while and felt the difference, so right back on. Put it on in the morning and wear it all day for the most part. Wear it on top of the knee taping I do also.

If anyone wants to know about this knee support, let me know. I'll post where I purchased it.
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OA onset at 18, now 83. Fibro onset at 61, Hip Replacement "mess" 72 (nerve damage, IT band damage, shorter leg). Otherwise, pretty good health.

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I've talked about starting with the magnet knee support somewhere else here don't know where it is. My OA knee is 20some yrs of pain and crepitus. Doing all I can to do no surgery.

I'm wearing the magnet knee support now close to a month and realizing it's helping....I tested myself the other day, and didn't wear it for a while and felt the difference, so right back on. Put it on in the morning and wear it all day for the most part. Wear it on top of the knee taping I do also.

If anyone wants to know about this knee support, let me know. I'll post where I purchased it.
Hello Caroline,

I'm interested in the magnetic knee support. I would appreciate any info on it.
I need both knees replaced. Left is worse than right. I'm 56 and have had issues with the knees for ten years off and on. With the last year being the worse for pain. Looking at 2016 for surgery. Have to lose about 50 lb for it to be successful.
I've had OA since I was 35. Have it in my spine also.

Appreciate any help you can give me and God Bless You.
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Hi, this is where I bought my magnetic knee support. My right knee is 20 yrs of advancing OA and I can't do a surgery, just can't. Hip replacement did me in when I did it in 2010, knee got all worse as leg ends up shorter and causes body to go out of alignment....

I hear people have good results with knee replacements, but I hear other stories too. But for me I can't imagine the surgery.

http://www.magnetjewelrystore.com/

These people are from PA actually and they sell only one knee support.

The OA I deal with started in my body at 18, I'm 77....Good wishes...Taking off extra weight can make a huge difference.
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