My mom who has some rheumatoid arthritis received her Zapper as a Mother’s Day gift. She called me the day after her first full night of wearing it on her right knee. When she woke up she couldn’t believe that her knee, which had been swollen for a year and was a source of persistent pain, was completely normal AND was free of pain.
Next she placed the zapper on her tender shoulder and felt almost immediate relief.
I let her know that it’s usually not a good idea to sleep with the zapper against your skin, since you might not notice the tingling that warns the need to move it. She was lucky since she received no rash.
She’s going to cut the end of a sock so she can wear it on her arm or leg during the day. This keeps the zapper close to her skin but allows her to move it whenever she feels a zap. At night she’ll wear it against the sole of her foot or the palm of her hand. I used to use a sock for the hand. I had cut the end off and a hole for the thumb.
I’m proud of mom for giving this alternative method of healing a try and finding success with it so quickly!
Blessings to you! Kariann