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Re(1): post stroke spasticity

Posted on December 6, 2006 at 09:50:02 AM by KenricoCare
Hi Hussa,

High blood pressure, diabetes, and high cholesterol can lead to different type of strokes (blood clots or hermorrhage). It is important to determine the location of the stroke for making treatment decisions.

If the stroke is caused by blood clots, it is important to use either the blue or red edition pads to improve the blood circulation. On the other hand, if the stroke is caused by hemorrhage, it is highly recommended to use the gold edition pads.

We understand that stroke can cause many difficulties in many aspects of life. Our detox pads have been widely used to aid the rehabilitation. Many users have reported good results. To lower the risk of stroke, we highly recommend our special edition (CC pads) or graperuit edition (TG-1).

The latest clinical research shows evidence of improved blood cholesterol (lowers LDL) after using our special edition pads (CC model). Improved blood cholesterol leads to healthier life by lowering the risk of stroke. Please inquire the availability of our pads to your local supplier.

All the best,
Kenrico Support

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