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    back and neck tension helper
    kathi758 posted:
    We have a car polisher, from local auto parts store, my hubby uses it on my back and shoulders it is orbital and warms the area. He doesn't push hard but it gets alll the knots out and since the disc is padded it cushions instead of pounding.

    The tension goes and I feel 100% better til the next day...

    My problem is my rhumey tells me I don't have Lupus anymore since my rash is gone.. I have one word..idiot...but now what?? he's the only doc in this area on my insurance... what do I do to work with him???
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