Case Study: Theresa Stuart's Journey with Rheumatoid Arthritis


Theresa Stuart has been battling rheumatoid arthritis for 22 years, experiencing chronic pain and stiffness throughout her body. The severity of her condition has rendered her unable to perform basic physical activities, such as household chores, without assistance. Compounded by diminished lung and heart capacity, Theresa had to cease inflammation and pain medications two weeks prior due to the severity of her heart and lung condition. At the time of the intervention, she was enduring high levels of pain and had extremely limited mobility.


Theresa underwent three KineDek sessions on January 29th, February 1st, and February 5th, 2024.


Following her first session, Theresa experienced a significant reduction in pain across her body, a relief that persisted for several days afterward. Remarkably, this was the first time in 22 years that she reported a relative absence of pain and increased mobility. Notably, Theresa found greater pain relief from the sessions compared to her prescribed medication, which failed to alleviate stiffness and improve mobility. By the third session on February 5th, 2024, all rheumatoid arthritis symptoms, including the previously compromised lung function, were relieved.

On February 6th, 2024, Theresa embarked on a long-haul flight from Cape Town to Melbourne via Dubai, known as the longest flight route globally. In response to inquiries about her well-being on February 15th, 2024, Theresa expressed her astonishment at the positive experience of the flight. She noted that her feet did not swell during the journey, attributing this to her ability to walk around the plane frequently, which she believes aided circulation. Theresa reported feeling great, despite experiencing some jetlag, and even took leisurely walks with her partner and sister-in-law upon arrival. This marked a significant improvement from her previous struggles with mobility, where even short walks within the house were previously challenging when leaving her bedridden due to pain.

At the time of updating this case on 26 April 2024, almost 3 months after her final session, the symptoms have not resurfaced, and she is still normally active and doing her now regular walks.

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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