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Book Testimonials - Josh
“There were no magical theories or anything – just real practical ways to deal with the issue...”
“Hi Dr. Ron! This is Josh from Hong Kong. I injured myself about a year ago snowboarding in northern China, and I got treatment from a doctor (who was a surgeon), and he basically just gave me anti–inflammatories and muscle relaxers.
I think that’s pretty common treatment, and it really didn’t do anything for me. As soon as I stopped taking the medicine, the pain and stiffness came back. I tried physical therapy, and actually had very good success with that. I was near 100% after about a month and a half of physical therapy, but my physical therapist apparently wasn’t very knowledgeable about the subject, and really encouraged me to start exercising again and working out. He even told me I could go back to rock climbing.
It was obviously too much too soon, and I relapsed my injury profoundly worse than it was before. I now had an itchy, tingling sensation on the surface of my skin. It felt like needles and sharp pains going into my skin and into my spine, and my left arm would go numb when I was sleeping occasionally.
It was pretty bad, and very depressing, and I dealt with this for maybe 4 or 5 months.
I was actually contacting a lot of people online and doing my own research to help educate myself about this injury, and I finally came across Dr. Ron. What was interesting about his information was that it was really informative and really up front about all the information. There were no magical theories or anything – just real practical ways to deal with the issue.
So, I started using his recommendations very consistently, and after about 3 or 4 weeks, the itchy, prickly sensation and stiffness that I had had for 4 or 5 months was starting to go away, and it was beyond miraculous.
I don’t really know how to thank him enough for putting that information on the internet and being so clear as to what is the best way to solve this problem. It’s really worked for me. I’m having a few issues, where some days are better than others, but I’m able to work out now a little bit, and I’m starting to get my life back together. I can’t thank you enough, Dr. Ron.”–Josh Wright