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Hoops123
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Any success stories ?
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I had them along with visits to a holistic Chiro who provided ART Muscle Testing and Cold Laser sessions at a variety of frequencies for meridian balance, detox, immune support, lymphatic flow, pain management, Lyme, Babs, bart, etc.

I feel that all this mostly helped with detox issues. I treated weekly through the toughest part of treatment January 2011 thru August 2011 then tapered off to every other week, then once a month.

I haven't been able to get back for a maintenance visit since going from a 4 day work week back to 5 days full time last Sept.

Others here may think ionic footbaths are a scam.

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I tried them out of desperation, but in reality, they didn't do much for me other than they were relaxing.

My LLMD told me not to waste my money and they wouldn't help, BUT I think this is something you may need to find out for yourself.

Some feel they help, but I did NOT.

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well i'm one that says "scam"....didn't help me at all. neither did those foot detox pads.

better to use epsom salts and perioxide baths.

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