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Do you think mproving circulation helps with pain?

Posted by @evahlinear, Mar 15, 2017

I was told that pain is because of low oxygen to affected part. How can this type of pain be managed non-invasively?? Thank you…

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There are numerous techniques that are emerging. I just saw a piece at a doctors office on CO2 laser therapy for wrinkles which led me to google CO2 treatments for Microcirculation as a tool to manage long time arthritis in my lower back and C3 joint of my neck…did you see anything called deoxyhemoglobin I think?

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There are numerous techniques that are emerging. I just saw a piece at a doctors office on CO2 laser therapy for wrinkles which led me to google CO2 treatments for Microcirculation as a tool to manage long time arthritis in my lower back and C3 joint of my neck…did you see anything called deoxyhemoglobin I think?

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Interesting, yes I’ve heard and read about that. I think that is the deoxyhemoglobin vasodilator microcirculation therapy.

That’s It! do you think it’s possible to really lower heart rate, blood pressure, and increase oxygen simultaneously? I am really curious.

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Definitely a link because I have venous insufficiency in one leg and that leg always hurts more than rest of my body. If non-medicated therapy doesn’t work, low dose Opana has allowed me to live.

I do not understand. does circulation improve for you any way other than medication? excerize? please reply

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