Can I get 'The Tennis Elbow Treatment That Works' in Belgium, and will it play there?

by Johan

Dear Sir,

I have been suffering from a tennis elbow for about 5 months now.

I live in Belgium, Europe and I was wondering if I could order your DVD and more importantly if I would be able to play it here in Europe (another DVD-region).

I am rather desperate as there are so many things I can't do and I am in constant pain.

I look forward to your answer, best regards,
Johan S.


Joshua Answers:

Hi Johan. Thanks for asking.

Yes you can order 'The Tennis Elbow Treatment That Works' and it will be shipped to Belgium.

Will it play on the dvds there? Uhmmmmm, that's a good question. A far as I know, and my understanding of dvd playability and such, it should play.

It should paly on a dvd player, and in a computer/laptop.

I've sold DVDs in Ireland, England, Germany, and one other country that I can't remember at the moment, and I haven't gotten any complaints/feedback that they didn't play.

So go ahead and order the DVD. Worst case scenario, it won't play and I'll refund your money. Plus then I'll be more motivated to get the digital downloads ready to go.

Also, since you're here, feel free to describe your symptoms, your activities, and all that scenario, and let's see exactly what you have going on.

Joshua Tucker, B.A., C.M.T.
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Apr 19, 2009
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by: Anonymous

Hi Joshua,

Thank you for your prompt reply.

I think I'll order the DVD. I hope it is 'all regions' and if it isn't I can change the region on the DVD-player in my laptop.

I have pain in my right elbow when for instance shaking hands, wringing out wet cloths etc. I am a keen gardener and it is also painful to use secateurs. At times my whole arm feels very heavy and I also feel a pain in my neck.]

So far I have used a pain relief cream (Niflugel) and I took anti-inflammatory medicine for two weeks, but that didn't help. I have also seen an acupuncturist. She advised me to use heat, rather than ice. So that was probably some bad advice?



Joshua Answers:

Hi Johan.

I believe that I saw your order earlier. Thanks.

It'll be in the mail Monday or Tuesday. I'm excited to see your experience of gardening and such after following The Healthy Elbow Protocol for 7 days. The good news, it should help that pain up at the neck too.

As the acupuncturist advising heat instead of cold.....I don't know that I'd call that 'bad' advice, but....well.....yeah.

Heat can help the area feel better temporarily, but by far it's the wrong tool for the job.

Talk to you soon. Keep me updated, and if you wouldn't mind, let me know when the DVD arrives. I'm watching to see how long shipping takes to various locations.


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