Impact Therapy

Shamokin News Dispatch - Aug 31, 1968

     Posted By: Alex - Wed Jun 13, 2018
     Category: Health | Medicine | 1960s





Comments
I can hear Giuseppe Verdi's (that's Joe Green, you know) "Anvil Chorus" playing while treatment is administered.
Posted by KDP in Madill, OK on 06/13/18 at 07:56 PM
Slamming the top of a tv or radio often worked, why not this?

This is one of those weird ones where the basic concept actually has merit (pressure waves can be beneficial, as in a Jacuzzi), but the implementation is so very, very wrong.
Posted by Phideaux in in his own little world on 06/13/18 at 11:52 PM
Well, it does work on legs bent the other way, so why not? Also, hitting on a sandbag can be very relaxing for patients.
Posted by Yudith on 06/14/18 at 06:27 AM
£2: bag of sand.
£5: labour costs of hitting you with it.
£2,000: knowing exactly where to hit you.
Posted by Richard Bos in The Netherlands on 06/17/18 at 05:45 AM









Rules for posting: 1) No spam. 2) Don't be a jerk.