Neuromas and Foot Care
- POSTED ON Tuesday, January 7, 2020
The guy was an icon, and still is to many in Houston. True, the Joint Pain Hack Review youngsters probably don't know his name, but those of us who watched the Houston Rockets win two national championships know him. Most of us like him. He's rather quiet and unassuming and is known to be honest and upright.I was at the launch for the CieAura holographic chips in Houston, the home of the Rockets. Rudy Tomjanovich, known as Rudy T, was on the stage talking about his personal experience. He had been in pain. His hips hurt and, as he said, "Life was not fun."
Someone introduced him to the pain chips. He put some on. In less than an hour his pain was greatly reduced. He was feeling so much better. Rudy T thought it had to be a placebo effect because he didn't understand how this little plastic chip with a hologram on it could do any good.
Everyone laughed as he then said, "I did a guy thing. I tried to hurt myself." He did every physical activity he could think of to bring the pain back. As long as he wore the chips he didn't hurt. No drugs enter the body and there are no side effects to interfere with life. There were other people at the CieAura company launch whose names have been splashed across the sports' pages. There were another 4000 or so of us, known only to our family and friends, who have had similar experiences as Rudy T and other professional sports figures.