The Arthritis Relief Device helps reduce the pain of arthritis in the hands or feet by artificially increasing ambient air pressure.
Inventor Ronnie Lee Mann of Deland, FL has created an apparatus that helps reduce the pain of arthritis in the hands or feet by artificially increasing ambient air pressure.
Arthritis often inflicts the hand and feet areas. While heat is viewed as a common method of reducing pain, heat from a heating pad or compress is impractical to apply to the hand or foot for long lengths of time. Others may turn to drugs for relief, but are not happy, or unsure about immediate or long-term side effects. Finally, there are those arthritis sufferers who feel that lower barometric pressure, which often accompanies bad weather, is a precursor to increased arthritis pain. Inventor Mann was inspired to create the Arthritis Relief Device due to osteoarthritis of the hands. After using the device twice a day for a half hour, Inventor Mann was pain-free after a few days of treatment.
This clever new invention allows uses to be pain-free without the use of drugs or other hazardous procedures. It counteracts pain associated with falling barometric pressuring from approaching storms. It lasts up to 12 hours. The device is lightweight and compact. It is easy to use. The use of the Arthritis Relief Device brings quick relief from aches and pain caused by arthritis in the hands or feet, in a manner which is easy and effective.