I was one of the first pilots in Israel Air Force and participated in six wars.
Following my enlistment in 1948, I injured my left knee during physical training and started to suffer from mild pain, which increased over the years. It reached the point where there was erosion of cartilage in knee.
The solution to this was to undergo knee replacement surgery.
I had hard time deciding whether it is wise to have surgery at my age.
Before the scheduled surgery, I had a conversation with an old friend from the air force, who told me he suffers from severe pain in both legs due to osteoarthritis.
He also told me about an innovative device, based on soft laser technology, for treating pain and other orthopedic problems.
He told me he uses this device and highly recommended it.
To be honest, I was a bit skeptical, but I finally decided to give it a try.
I contacted the company that sells the device.
They were very courteous and gave me the device for a trial month.
After several treatments, the pain was significantly reduced and my quality of life saw a marked improvement.
In light of the results, I canceled my surgery.
It’s not a magic solution, but it does relieve the pain and has enabled me to resume my daily routine.