TriggerPointRelief.com: Your Guide to Pain Relief with Trigger Point Therapy Books - Trigger Point Therapy books for pain relief, for both practitioners and the lay public, including self-help techniques for applying pressure and stretches. Based on Travell & Simon's books.
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Good short articles and delicious recipes. I'm a casual practitioner and the tidbits make it easy to work a little magic into my daily life. My only ask would be for a monthly layout each month before the weekly breakdown.
Terrible. Misleading. Was installed but did not block a browser hijack. and the OS was corrupted. Do not use this product. 30 day free trial is not worth it. customer service wanted $ 70 to remove the hijack after the fact. but I would of still had corrupt OS
After the first week of using this product it left my skin dry and red. As others have said, GRC will keep charging your card long after you try to cancel. I have called Meaningful Beauty customer service several times to cancel my order, but they keep charging my card and the product never arrives. I finally had to cancel my debit card and dispute all charges.
Very nice bumper easily mounts directly over factory hitch. Only drawbacks are difficulty mounting license plate, no license plate light and does not match contour of rear fender very well. But a great value for nice heavy duty bumper.
I bought this from a different seller, but wanted to leave a review here anyway. This light is incredible. 740 lumens in an EDC flashlight? Yes, please! I carry this clipped in my front left pocket every day, and I hardly notice it's there. It is lightweight and slender enough not to get in the way. This is a near-perfect tactical/self-defense flashlight. One good feature is that you can activate the strobe mode from any brightness setting, and it always strobes at 400 lumens. (My previous Fenix had a different special mode for each brightness setting.) This means I can keep the light on a lower mode for everyday tasks and always be ready to strobe if I want to disorient someone.