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Tungsten Wedding Ring Causing Shoulder Pain

Very cool story this morning of a person with chronic shoulder pain that was being caused by his tungsten wedding ring.

I could have been working on him for months with little to no results if I didn’t have knowledge of this amazing technology called applied kinesiology. If you don’t have a doctor on your team who has knowledge of muscle testing, you are definitely missing out.

This is some of the most powerful technology that has ever hit this planet.

Watch the video and hear the story.

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Wendy Crisp February 29, 2012, 2:39 pm

    I have the same problem. It seems to happen with more than one of my rings, both of which are made of different metals. I wish I knew what it was specifically. I periodically go to a friend who muscle tests. I have difficulty muscle testing myself with accuracy. I will have to try to narrow the cause down. 🙂

  • Matt Shields March 22, 2013, 12:40 pm

    I think I have been having the same problem!
    I’ve been having pain in my left elbow/forearm for YEARS now. Right when I got married, I also started a tax practice and I thought the elbow pain was coming from leaning to much on my left arm so I would try different chairs with no arm rests, try not to rest on my elbow, try to exercise my elbow and arm in different ways.
    Just yesterday I had the thought that “You also starting wearing that ring back then” and I’m not going to wear it this whole weekend and see how I feel. This is the only link I could find when I Googled to research this issue. Thanks for posting this!

  • Dr. Larsen March 22, 2013, 1:35 pm

    Well good luck! I hope it ends your search for pain relief. It certainly did for the man in my office that day. Post a comment back here and let me know what happens. I’m curious…

  • Paul Bradley October 20, 2013, 4:26 am

    Thanks for uploading this. I have been having problems with my ring finger ever since I have been married (June 2012) and I thought it could have been due to my tungsten ring, and this has pretty much confirmed it. My pain has not moved any further up my hand or arm, but I do suffer from a lot of pain in the finger itself. I have not had any muscle tests but the pain actually feels more like it is in the joint?? Would you recommend that I see someone for tests? And I’m guessing leaving my ring off would probably be advised?! Please could you contact me by email.
    Thanks gain
    Paul Bradley (UK)

  • Dr. Larsen October 20, 2013, 8:27 am

    Hi Paul, Yes, this could very well be your problem. I would just stop wearing the ring for a period of time and see if this helps. You just never know until you try it.

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