American Idol judge PAULA ABDUL cast her vote for this $10,000 Fujiiryoki massage chair at the GBK Productions Emmy Suite at the Sofitel Hotel in L.A. Aug. 23. "She sat in it for almost 20 minutes," says an eyewitness. - 2006
"I practice Pain Management and Rehabilitation in Bergen County, New Jersey. I have 15 years of experience in physical medicine, and I am please to say that I have recently implemented massage chair into my practice. My patients are very pleased with my service and even come back more often to be treated by the Fujiiryoki massage chair. I have had many patients that suffer from herniated discs of the vertebrae and I am still learning the different applications the Fujiiryoki massage chair has to offer. I recently treated a patient who suffered from chronic low back pain and radiating pain going down his legs. He was very depressed and complained of numbness and tingles in his legs and feet, and told me he has had this problem for over twenty years. Within 15 minutes of applying Fujiiryoki massage chair, my patient told me he did not feel any more pain. He was very impressed with my treatment. I have no doubt that Fujiiryoki massage chair is the future for treating disc problems, and I strongly recommend Fujiiryoki massage chair fore anyone who is suffering from herniated discs and muscle spasms in their neck and lower back."
"I am an administrative director in Phelps Memorial Hospital Center. I have been suffering with chronic back pain for many years and have undergone numerous treatment modalities, as well as pain management. As a rehabilitation professional, I felt I had exhausted my options and feared surgical intervention was the only resource left. Dr. William Shen had recently presented the product to me and our Medical Director. He suggested I try the Fujiiryoki massage chair in conjunction with my physical therapy and pain medication. I am pleased to say, I no longer require pain medication. My quality of life is improved. I would recommend this Fujiiryoki massage chair for use by others as an adjunct to their current physical therapy and under the supervision of a physician."
"I had a patient this past Saturday morning who was in a very bad car accident; she could not turn her head and had a swollen left hand with coldness. She could not raise her hand above her waist. Needless to say I could only take x-rays of her and couldn't even do an appropriate orthopedic and physical exam. I put her on the Fujiiryoki massage chair for 15 minutes. Then she was able to turn her head, lift her arm, and had feeling returned to her swollen hand that went down about 75%."