My dad's a pharmacist and never believed in copper or magnets until the past
3 years. Now he's seen such a difference in people who use them that he
uses them himself!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lori Reynolds" <lorireynolds215@...>
Sent: 01 November 2000 20:07
Subject: Re: [ThewhippetOnline] Re: possible new whippet
> I've heard of the magnet therapy, but wasn't sure if it was just another
> those "hoax" cures. My husband wears a thing around one of his knees that
> has a magnet in it, but I haven't heard from him if it's been helping it
> not -- I'll have to find out where he got it.
> >From: "Shannon Clarke" <ShanClarke@...>
> >Reply-To: ThewhippetOnline@egroups.com
> >To: ThewhippetOnline@egroups.com
> >Subject: [ThewhippetOnline] Re: possible new whippet
> >Date: Wed, 01 Nov 2000 15:42:46 -0000
> > I am a computer programmer and also have Carpel Tunnel. I have
> >discovered the wonderful world of Magnet Therapy. I use a Magnetic
> >Wrist Splint and I no longer have the pain I have endured for the past
> >8 years. The magnetic splint works better than any other splint I
> >have ever used. I hope this may help you too. And many congrats on
> >the new whippet.
> >--- In ThewhippetOnline@egroups.com, "Lori Reynolds"
> ><lorireynolds215@h...> wrote:
> > > I found out a little more info on the new guy. He's actually 5 (I
> > > he was 6), he's a field champion(!), and his registered name is
> > > Kiss and Tell, call name Spencer. We'll be meeting him next weekend
> > > Connie is in town for an event! He sounds absolutely wonderful and
> >we can't
> > > wait to meet him!
> > >
> > > I've found that as long as I wear my splints, I'm fine, but if I
> >don't wear
> > > them for a day, my hands fall asleep in the evening. So, splints it
> >is. I
> > > heard from someone on a work-related list that 100mg of B-6 for six
> >weeks is
> > > supposed to help. I'll ask my dr about that when I go back.
> > >
> > > And Casper the greyhound ghost had his lump removed yesterday, vet
> >said it
> > > is not simply a fatty tumor, so she sent it in for histo. (please
> > > prayers, white light, or what have you!) He's very uncomfortable
> >with the
> > > belly wrap bandage - has a drain tube and has to have a bandgage to
> > > the drainage from the incision. <sigh>
> > >
> > > Hope everyone survived Halloween - I won our costume contest here at
> >work -
> > > mutliple gunshot wound victim.
> > >
> > > Lori in Peoria
> > >
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