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I read that lymphedemas treated with ONDAMED machine, along with massages, are an excellent alternative for reducing lymphedmas. Is that right??

By September 22, 2009 - 4:28pm
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I am a former breast cancer patient from Memorial Sloan Kettering, NY, and after seven years of treatment I developed lymphedema in my left arm. I recently had 20 sessions of lymphatic massages and I am doing well, but, I want to be better.

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Kanwar Singh , Psy. and Certified Ondamed Therapist , New Delhi (INDIA)

January 23, 2013 - 1:12am

Scio is a wonderful machine. So is the lymphatic drainage. Keep in mind that the drainage and the massage are two different things. I always massage and brush my arm. The lymphatic drainage I do every months and results are impressive.

May 10, 2012 - 11:54pm
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I have not used Ondamed for lymphodema but I used it to treat my coccyx bone for Vitamin D3 absorption, brain balance and hormonal balance. I suffered with chronic insomnia for 14 months. Vitamin D3 is also a hormone. It was the only hormone that plateaued. I had fallen on my coccyx bone. The coccyx bone is the nutrition point for therapy for Vitamin D3. Once it was treated I began to absorb Vitamin D3. My levels rose and I began to sleep naturally again. I did not take pharmaceutical drugs for the insomnia. Once the balance was corrected I slept naturally!!! Ondamed works!!

May 10, 2012 - 8:47pm
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For those who cannt' find an Ondamed machine near your home, there's also another machine that do basically the same. It is call Scio, and it is as wonderful as Ondamed. We don't have Ondamed where I live, but I was able to find a Scio (energy medicne) machine. I love it!

March 11, 2011 - 6:21am
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I am Ondamed Advance Practitioner in India and have been using Ondamed (Biowav Thrapy) since 2008. Iwe hjave produced excellent results through Ondmaed for Alcoholism , Chwing Tobbaccoo Management , Smoking , Bone & Joint Pain , Nerve Pain , Adenoititis , Psoriasis , Jaw Cancer, Lympaedema etc. W do not advertise our Therapy , It sprads through by th word of Mouth from the Clients who have recovered from our therapy. W have 04 Ondamed Systems at our clinic and there are many Overseas clients from USA , Europe and Asia, frica who visits us for their problems. We are into Research work and have produced good results with the us of Ondamed.

Dr.Kanwar Singh (Psy.) , Biowave Therapist
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September 30, 2010 - 2:02am
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Anonymous (reply to Anonymous)

i just had my first ondamed treatment two days ago and i feel better than i have in years. i suffered from sore back, hips and stiffness. after one treatment i feel much looser and i am able to finally function normally. prior to the treatment i was unable to stand for more than a few minutes without resting. it was ridiculous! i still have soreness in my groin area, but it was only one treatment so i have great hope!

i never would have believed it if i didn't try it.

March 10, 2011 - 7:54pm
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I have experienced the Ondamed, and it has helped me greatly! I use it to help the flow of the liver and gallbladder... amongst other things. Truly provides relief and healing for me... things start moving, circulation is better... all around good thing. I really enjoy treatments, they are very stress relieveng as well all benefitial in other ways... I hope you have great success... as I am..

April 4, 2010 - 9:06pm

Just a note to say that this last comment (yes, It is wonderful...)was made by myself. I tried Ondamed machine and it did very good to my lymphedema.

January 5, 2010 - 3:17pm
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Yes. It is wonderful the combination of massages and Ondamed treatment. I also recommend a brush your body- to drain the lymphatic system everyday. Brushing is a must!

January 5, 2010 - 7:13am
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