What Hurts - Try Magnetic Therapy Today

London, Ontario (PressExposure) January 19, 2007 -- What Hurts, is the first thing we ask our customers. Every day is different at Magna-Pak, no two customers are alike. We had some interesting complaints from customers today. Our first customer has experienced allergies for many years due to dust mites, trees, ragweed, dogs, cats, molds, foods etc. I recommended a face mask, which can be worn at night or for a short time every day.

Our second customer of the day complained of a sore arthritic wrist. We recommended a magnetic bracelet for the arthritis in her hands and fingers. We have seen our bracelets help elderly people regain the basic functions of everyday living, such as knitting, peeling vegetables etc.

In the afternoon a customer came in walking very slowly. She was suffering from degenerative osteoarthritis and had undergone two knee surgeries in the past year. We recommended a magnetic knee wrap because we have seen this product help control pain enabling people a good night's sleep without being constantly awakened with pain.

A phone call came in later in the afternoon. A previous customer called to say she purchased the Tru-North Mattress pad for her 82 year old mother who suffers from arthritic pain in her legs (knees predominantly). Prior to the delivery of the mattress pad her mother was miserable. Her mother is thrilled with the difference our product has made.

Ending off the day, our store was full of customers. One of the ladies standing in our store, starting telling everybody how she purchased a bracelet and magnetic mattress pad from us 15 years ago. She said she couldn't even get out of bed without extreme pain 15 years ago, but ever since she started using her bracelet and mattress pad, she has been pain free!

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Press Release Submitted On: January 18, 2007 at 6:24 pm
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