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The Chi Machine

Postby grieselhuber » Thu Jan 31, 2008 2:55 pm

Saw something on the internet - "allaboutchi.com" and the chi machine - would it be effective for "mild" arm lymphedema and would you wear your sleeve/glove when using it -- would like to know more.

Thanks so much
Charlotte
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Postby patoco » Wed Feb 06, 2008 2:48 am

Hi Charlotte

I am so sorry, just noticed that no one had replied to your post. :( :cry:

I am most familiar with he Chi machine when used on the leg.

This is our current page on it - hopefully I'll be able to update it shortly.

LYMPHEDEMA AND THE CHI MACHINE

http://www.lymphedemapeople.com/thesite ... achine.htm

Here's another page that has interesting info on it - most of which comes from Australia.

http://www.chimachine4u.com/lymphoedema.html

While more research needs to be done, it does seem to help.

In one of our online support groups, a number of members reported good results when used as part of an over-all treatment program.

Pat
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