Case Study: Johanna Koen's Journey with Lupus

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Lupus for more than 20 years.   


Twice weekly 20-minute KineDek sessions on most weeks until November 2023. Currently once weekly sessions since May7, 2024. 


Reduced reliance on pain and anti-inflammatory medication was observed. After four months of KineDek sessions, a pathology test in June 2022 showed improved kidney function and normalized levels of inflammation compared to a test from the previous year. 

Following her last session in November 2023, she maintained normal energy levels and pain-free status without any attacks or the need for anti-inflammatory medication until she contracted the flu in April 2023. The post-exercise malaise persisted for over a month until she resumed sessions on May 7, 2024.

She also required hip and knee replacements, and now has good hip and knee comfort, with no indication that she currently needs any replacement of joints. 

Disclaimer: The above has been feedback from the personal experiences of an individual who have used the KineDek. These accounts are individual to each person and are not to be taken as a guarantee that others will experience the same outcomes. The KineDek is not presented as a cure for any condition. Rather, it serves as an enabler for exercise, particularly for those who may otherwise find traditional forms of exercise challenging or painful. Through its AI-enabled Compensating Resistance Technology (AI-CRT), the KineDek allows individuals to engage in physical activity without perceived pain, strain, or subsequent inflammation. Consequently, users can enjoy the well-documented benefits of "Exercise as Medicine." If you have a serious medical condition, always consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new exercise regimen. 


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