Shock Wave Therapy

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Savoie
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Re: Shock Wave Therapy

Postby Savoie » Thu Sep 13, 2018 9:46 pm

That's awesome DL! Thanks for the update on your N=1, more inspired now than ever. How much of a learning was it for you to learn how to use the device?

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Larry10625

Re: Shock Wave Therapy

Postby Larry10625 » Fri Sep 14, 2018 7:33 am

Savoie wrote:That's awesome DL! Thanks for the update on your N=1, more inspired now than ever. How much of a learning was it for you to learn how to use the device?

Savoie




If you can touch your first finger to your thumb you are on the Dean's List. :)


Larry

dicklimppen
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Re: Shock Wave Therapy

Postby dicklimppen » Mon Sep 17, 2018 11:17 am

Savoie wrote:That's awesome DL! Thanks for the update on your N=1, more inspired now than ever. How much of a learning was it for you to learn how to use the device?

Savoie


It's pretty simple to use. Those clinics are raking in the bucks with what they charge. I have details of how to do it on my blog: shockwavefored.blogspot.com

LookingUp
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Re: Shock Wave Therapy

Postby LookingUp » Thu Aug 01, 2019 6:14 pm

Larry10625 wrote:
Savoie wrote:That's awesome DL! Thanks for the update on your N=1, more inspired now than ever. How much of a learning was it for you to learn how to use the device?

Savoie




If you can touch your first finger to your thumb you are on the Dean's List. :)


Larry


Larry,

I just found this post. Your response had be spewing my Beer. Thanks.
currently 65yo, PCa 01/06 Proton Radiation Treatment, ED Pills 2005-2014, Urethroplasty 02/17, Tri-Mix 2014-2018 stopped due to curvature, VED 2018-present, Implant Sked January 2020.


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