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The Miracle Ball Method is a series of training videos that teach the viewer how to use balls on various parts of the body in order to relieve pain. Elaine Petrone in her videos demonstrates how to use the balls to align parts of the body that are causing pain. She has videos that help deal with the parts of the body in pain. Elaine explains her method in videos, and describes how correct breathing assists in making that targeted pain less severe. The Method comes with a 30 day trial that includes a pair of the balls, and access to nine online videos.
The cost of The Miracle Ball Method is $24.95 plus $9.95 shipping, for a total price of $34.90.
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Elaine Petrone developed a method to relieve pain when she was faced with debilitating back pain after a car accident. She details in her nine lessons how to maneuver the balls to relieve the muscle tension in the area that is causing pain. The balls themselves are 4" plastic balls. A pair of them is included in the thirty day trial. The videos and the audios describe just where and how to move the muscle group that is in pain in order to realign it. Elaine explains in her video on neck pain how to breath to eliminate TMJ pain.
The Miracle Ball Method is a completely non-invasive way to work the muscles in order to reduce pain. There are no drugs or fancy equipment used in the Miracle Ball Method. This method uses 2 4" plastic balls that are not exceptional in themselves. Elaine demonstrates how to take these ordinary balls, and use them for an extraordinary reduction of pain. The method is versatile. It is used not only effective on the big muscle groups in the back, but also in the more targeted areas like the neck. She also uses balls and breathing to tackle TMJ.
Elaine Petrone makes some big claims for her Miracle Ball Method. Those people suffering from sciatic and other severely painful conditions often will try anything to relieve pain and avoid surgery. The product does not present any medical evidence that it in fact works. All the proof of the effectiveness of the method is in the form of testimonials of people. The balls themselves are the same size for all bodies. Bigger bodies seem like they would need a larger ball or more balls for the method to work, but they don't.
Elaine Petrone is a professional dancer. A dancer is not a licensed physical therapist, orthopedic doctor, or chiropractor. She lacks the credentials to use therapy balls on people to reduce pain. Ms. Petrone may describe how to do these things in her audios and videos, but the statements she makes are not medically substantiated. She states that using these balls in the way she depicts will work on sciatic pain by somehow aligning the body. The broad claims of pain reduction for all body parts sells the product, but is medically inaccurate and unlikely to produce the dramatic results advertised.
The Miracle Ball Method is a training module. Its 4" plastic balls are just balls until they are applied in the right way. Elaine Petrone's videos and audios must be watched or listened to in order to know how to use the balls correctly for the type of pain being worked on. This program does not claim that it will provide pain relief for any and all types of bodily pain. Some pain may have to be dealt with by using other methods like drugs or surgery. A wise consumer will thoughtfully consider if the pain involved is one that is likely to benefit from this kind of program.
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