On a good day, she’s just in pain—on a bad day, she’s bedridden. Bending over to do things like laundry or wash dishes in the sink was just too painful for her, and she started having to slack on her chores; her poor husband was left picking up the slack. She was feeling guilty that she couldn’t watch her grandkids as often as she wanted to, and it was starting to make her feel distant from them. She finally hit the breaking point when her son John was promoted to CEO of his company. What should have been a celebration was overshadowed by Louise’s pain. The night of the celebration dinner, she just couldn’t watch the grandkids, which forced her daughter-in-law to stay home and miss the big moment.
Louise was taking the daily maximum of anti-inflammatories and even tried getting into yoga, but nothing was working. The doctor told her it wasn’t the best idea to rely so heavily on anti-inflammatories as they can lead to stomach ulcers and even internal bleeding. “You know, the back pain is caused by your poor posture. I’m afraid if you can’t fix your posture, I usually recommend surgery. In your case, I’d really like to avoid you going under the knife if we can, so I’m going to recommend the TrueFit Posture Corrector. Just wear it 30 minutes a day and come back and see me in a month if things don’t get better.”
Feeling like she had nothing to lose, and that anything was better than surgery, Louise ordered a TrueFit Posture Corrector and gave it a try.
“I was skeptical that this was going to do the trick,” she said, “but then my husband just recently said something to me that made me realize it was working. He told me, ‘Hun! I haven’t heard you sing while doing the laundry in years!’ At that moment, I realized I was singing because I wasn’t in pain, and I felt happy doing something as simple as the laundry without wincing in pain!”
Later that month, when she visited her grandkids, little Joey said “Grandma, you look taller today!” Louise laughed, knowing full well that the TrueFit Posture Corrector was continuing to work its magic. In just about a month, she went from being the Hunch Back of Notre Dame to having near perfect posture, and people were noticing!