Therapy-Cramp Therapy

1 Jun 2012
Author: Lindsay Johnson
Read time: 2 min
Category: Archive

I have developed a new product called CrampTherapy. CrampTherapy decreases or stops menstrual cramps in minutes. CrampTherapy does not involve the use of injections, needles, or medication; it is solely based on acupressure.

About 2 years ago, while waiting to pay for my meal at work (at a hospital), I noticed a cashier was doubled over in discomfort and pain. It was obvious she was having menstrual cramps. I asked her and she confirmed my suspicions. She also indicated that she often has pain so bad that she has to spend up to 3 days a month at home.

I asked her if I could try some acupressure to help her and she agreed. Within a couple of minutes she broke into a smile and I knew the cramps were gone (which she confirmed upon my asking).

I have used this technique over the years on friends and co-workers and it has never failed. This was the first time I had seen someone in this level of pain. Realizing she couldn’t be the only woman who experienced this level of pain, I decided to make a device to alleviate cramps that was easy to use and discreet.

CrampTherapy comes from principles used in Chinese acupuncture. Pressure is applied to a specific acupuncture point on the leg that has as one of its functions the treatment of dysmenorrhea (painful cramps).

At first sign of menstrual cramps apply CrampTherapy as directed and cramps should be gone or reduced in minutes. CrampTherapy is easy to use at work, school, or home. It is compact, easy to carry in your purse and reusable.

My hope is that CrampTherapy will give women back the time they lose every month due to painful cramps.”

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