★ Pain Gone, Professional Opinions

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Independent tests show that PAIN®GONE stops or relieves pain quickly in up to 87% of the cases on which it is used, which makes it a reliable alternative to medication. Not surprisingly we have carried out a number of clinical studies on PAIN®GONE.

They are:

  • Treatment of Acute Tennis Elbow by Ole Asbjørn, GP, MD In this study Dr. Asbjørn concluded that “76% of the patients…had effects ranging from good to excellent pain relief” and that “PAIN®GONE is effective as a painkiller…and is a good supplement to other treatments. In the trial no side effects were observed.”
  • Treatment of Arthrosis of the Knee by Ole Asbjørn, GP, MD. A conclusion reached was that “PAIN®GONE seems to have an effect which is on the same level as drugs. PAIN®GONE can therefore be an alternative painkilling treatment for patients waiting for an operation.”
  • Clinical Results with PAIN®GONE by Dr Med. Bernt Fesers This study carried out tests on people suffering from six different conditions. The percentage of patients experiencing temporary or continuous pain relief after PAIN®GONE use ranged from 50% (only two patients had this condition) to 86.7%
  • The “PAIN®GONE” Pen in the Treatment of Chronic Myofascial Pain - a Pilot Study in a NHS pain clinic in the North of England.

Doctors came to the conclusion that “the use of PAIN®GONE…resulted in significant reduction in pain, increase in mobility and reduction in daily analgesic consumption.”

Independent tests show that PAIN®GONE stops or relieves pain quickly in up to 87% of the cases on which it is used, which makes it a reliable alternative to medication. Not surprisingly we have carried out a number of clinical studies on PAIN®GONE.

They are:

  • Treatment of Acute Tennis Elbow by Ole Asbjørn, GP, MD In this study Dr. Asbjørn concluded that “76% of the patients…had effects ranging from good to excellent pain relief” and that “PAIN®GONE is effective as a painkiller…and is a good supplement to other treatments. In the trial no side effects were observed.”
  • Treatment of Arthrosis of the Knee by Ole Asbjørn, GP, MD. A conclusion reached was that “PAIN®GONE seems to have an effect which is on the same level as drugs. PAIN®GONE can therefore be an alternative painkilling treatment for patients waiting for an operation.”
  • Clinical Results with PAIN®GONE by Dr Med. Bernt Fesers This study carried out tests on people suffering from six different conditions. The percentage of patients experiencing temporary or continuous pain relief after PAIN®GONE use ranged from 50% (only two patients had this condition) to 86.7%
  • The “PAIN®GONE” Pen in the Treatment of Chronic Myofascial Pain – a Pilot Study in a NHS pain clinic in the North of England.

Doctors came to the conclusion that “the use of PAIN®GONE…resulted in significant reduction in pain, increase in mobility and reduction in daily analgesic consumption.”

★ Pain Gone, Professional Opinions

doctor-art.jpg

Independent tests show that PAIN®GONE stops or relieves pain quickly in up to 87% of the cases on which it is used, which makes it a reliable alternative to medication. Not surprisingly we have carried out a number of clinical studies on PAIN®GONE.

They are:

  • Treatment of Acute Tennis Elbow by Ole Asbjørn, GP, MD In this study Dr. Asbjørn concluded that “76% of the patients…had effects ranging from good to excellent pain relief” and that “PAIN®GONE is effective as a painkiller…and is a good supplement to other treatments. In the trial no side effects were observed.”
  • Treatment of Arthrosis of the Knee by Ole Asbjørn, GP, MD. A conclusion reached was that “PAIN®GONE seems to have an effect which is on the same level as drugs. PAIN®GONE can therefore be an alternative painkilling treatment for patients waiting for an operation.”
  • Clinical Results with PAIN®GONE by Dr Med. Bernt Fesers This study carried out tests on people suffering from six different conditions. The percentage of patients experiencing temporary or continuous pain relief after PAIN®GONE use ranged from 50% (only two patients had this condition) to 86.7%
  • The “PAIN®GONE” Pen in the Treatment of Chronic Myofascial Pain - a Pilot Study in a NHS pain clinic in the North of England.

Doctors came to the conclusion that “the use of PAIN®GONE…resulted in significant reduction in pain, increase in mobility and reduction in daily analgesic consumption.”

Independent tests show that PAIN®GONE stops or relieves pain quickly in up to 87% of the cases on which it is used, which makes it a reliable alternative to medication. Not surprisingly we have carried out a number of clinical studies on PAIN®GONE.

They are:

  • Treatment of Acute Tennis Elbow by Ole Asbjørn, GP, MD In this study Dr. Asbjørn concluded that “76% of the patients…had effects ranging from good to excellent pain relief” and that “PAIN®GONE is effective as a painkiller…and is a good supplement to other treatments. In the trial no side effects were observed.”
  • Treatment of Arthrosis of the Knee by Ole Asbjørn, GP, MD. A conclusion reached was that “PAIN®GONE seems to have an effect which is on the same level as drugs. PAIN®GONE can therefore be an alternative painkilling treatment for patients waiting for an operation.”
  • Clinical Results with PAIN®GONE by Dr Med. Bernt Fesers This study carried out tests on people suffering from six different conditions. The percentage of patients experiencing temporary or continuous pain relief after PAIN®GONE use ranged from 50% (only two patients had this condition) to 86.7%
  • The “PAIN®GONE” Pen in the Treatment of Chronic Myofascial Pain – a Pilot Study in a NHS pain clinic in the North of England.

Doctors came to the conclusion that “the use of PAIN®GONE…resulted in significant reduction in pain, increase in mobility and reduction in daily analgesic consumption.”

★ Almost back

I was away pretty well all weekend, and even when I was in Newcastle I was way to busy with painting and photography related stuff, so it wasn't until this morning that I could try and resurrect my blog.

I've just about got all the articles back, but unfortunately a lot of the accompanying images are gone for good. Bit by bit I will try and rebuild them, but for the most part my blog is back up and running.

Anyway, better get back to it. Ciao.

I was away pretty well all weekend, and even when I was in Newcastle I was way to busy with painting and photography related stuff, so it wasn’t until this morning that I could try and resurrect my blog.

I’ve just about got all the articles back, but unfortunately a lot of the accompanying images are gone for good. Bit by bit I will try and rebuild them, but for the most part my blog is back up and running.

Anyway, better get back to it. Ciao.

★ Almost back

I was away pretty well all weekend, and even when I was in Newcastle I was way to busy with painting and photography related stuff, so it wasn't until this morning that I could try and resurrect my blog.

I've just about got all the articles back, but unfortunately a lot of the accompanying images are gone for good. Bit by bit I will try and rebuild them, but for the most part my blog is back up and running.

Anyway, better get back to it. Ciao.

I was away pretty well all weekend, and even when I was in Newcastle I was way to busy with painting and photography related stuff, so it wasn’t until this morning that I could try and resurrect my blog.

I’ve just about got all the articles back, but unfortunately a lot of the accompanying images are gone for good. Bit by bit I will try and rebuild them, but for the most part my blog is back up and running.

Anyway, better get back to it. Ciao.

★ Epic Fail

Some where between 10pm last night and 9am this morning there was a total failure of my server. Basically I lost everything, though I am trying to recover from the databases. Hopefully everything will be back some time over the weekend.  Fingers crossed. Matt
Some where between 10pm last night and 9am this morning there was a total failure of my server.

Basically I lost everything, though I am trying to recover from the databases. Hopefully everything will be back some time over the weekend. 

Fingers crossed.

Matt

★ Epic Fail

Some where between 10pm last night and 9am this morning there was a total failure of my server.Basically I lost everything, though I am trying to recover from the databases. Hopefully everything will be back some time over the weekend.  Fingers crossed. Matt

Some where between 10pm last night and 9am this morning there was a total failure of my server.

Basically I lost everything, though I am trying to recover from the databases. Hopefully everything will be back some time over the weekend. 

Fingers crossed.

Matt

★ Optus iPhone

Optus is starting to prime their pre-sale customers ready for the upcoming iPhone 2.0 release, I just received the below from them. July 11 can't come any faster!

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Optus is starting to prime their pre-sale customers ready for the upcoming iPhone 2.0 release, I just received the below from them. July 11 can’t come any faster!

★ Optus iPhone

Optus is starting to prime their pre-sale customers ready for the upcoming iPhone 2.0 release, I just received the below from them. July 11 can't come any faster!

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Optus is starting to prime their pre-sale customers ready for the upcoming iPhone 2.0 release, I just received the below from them. July 11 can’t come any faster!