New Solutions To Help Solve Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis

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  Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis is a major issue that affects 300,000 children around the world. It can painful for many children. For many years, there weren?t many options to treat it. The good news is that new solutions are reaching the market, which are finally bringing much needed relief to them.

Solutions to Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis

Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis has threatened the quality of life of children around the world for far too long. The good news is that people are finally developing solutions for it. One of the much awaited solutions was developed by Ashley Black. Ashley Black?s FasciaBlaster? tools are the #1 best-selling myofascial tools on the market today and were developed, manufactured, and released by the Ashley Black Guru team from a “necessity breeds invention” moment that Ashley Black herself experienced. Ashley Black has always been a trailblazer in managing her own health after spending her childhood in and out of doctor’s offices as a result of being diagnosed with an aggressive form of Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis (JRA) and being told she would be in a wheelchair by 25. She overcame this diagnosis by developing her own coping mechanisms, including food charting, hot and cold baths, self-massaging, stretching, and strength training and was ultimately able to deny medications.

The Inspiration to Treat Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis

For many pioneers in medical innovation, their inspiration starts at home. Ashley is one of them. After the birth of her second child, Ashley contracted a deadly bone infection and after spending months in the hospital, she was released with a life disability diagnosis and only a list of pain management drugs to help. Refusing to accept this as her future, Ashley took her health into her own hands once again and began studying alternative medicine and researching human anatomy to find something that would help heal her. What Ashley discovered by using herself as a guinea pig was that fascia, the “sheets” of connective tissue that connect, penetrate, envelope and surround every organ, joint, muscle and system of the body, were causing her intense pain and were responsible for her structural limitations. Upon this realization, she developed a fusion of soft tissue therapy, fascia stretching, body mechanics and core activation techniques which led to the beginning of a new realm of science known as Fasciology?. Wanting to use her knowledge to help others, Ashley designed the first FasciaBlaster? in 2012 and perfected the design after a few revisions. It took many years for Ashley to get the product to market but as of 2019, there have been over a million products sold with millions of loyal followers on social media. Ashley Black and the FasciaBlaster? Ashley’s FasciaBlaster? tools are used by professional athletes, celebrities and hundreds of thousands of other users alike. There are many different FasciaBlaster? tools, including prep tools, massage tools, refining tools, and oils and creams to use while fascia blasting. All of the FasciaBlaster? tools may be used from head to toe, with the FaceBlaster? being the only FasciaBlaster? device designed specifically to be used on the face. Research findings have included a reduction in subcutaneous fat (SAT), an increase in the resting metabolic rate (RMR), a decrease in systemic inflammation (CRP), an increase in collagen production (PICP), an increase in irisin and safety markers showed no stress on the internal organs or systems. The World Responds to Ashley Black and the FasciaBlaster People are sharing glowing testimonials after using Ashley Black?s FasciaBlaster? products. One user stated: “I have been thrilled with my change in shape. It?s surreal to see my body finally moving towards what I know is healthy for me.” Another user stated: “Ashley, thank you!!! From the bottom of my heart, thank you for figuring this all out and making our lives better because of it! You’ve created a product and a process that is absolutely life-changing.” Today, in addition to being a best-selling author and speaker at TED Conferences, Ashley is an empty-nester who is beginning “the second half of her life” and is looking forward to a long and vibrant road ahead. She enjoys all types of holistic therapies, nutrition, tonics, Chinese herbs, meditation, exercise and the overall Blue Zone (where people live to be 100+ in good health) lifestyle.

Could Be the Beginning of Major Breakthroughs in the Fight Against JRA?

Ashley Black?s mission is to continue to advance the fascia technology and ensure that her knowledge is carried on. She is striving to reach the “tipping point” of mass acceptance by acquiring 10+ million followers and customers, expanding to the global market (which is currently happening), establishing a college curriculum, training predecessors and presenting her research at major global medical conferences. As this video shows, Ashley Black had a need to fix the pain that she was suffering from and through her fight to overcome that pain, through years of study and invention, she came out on the other side with a tool that gave her new life and millions of others around the world a fresh, painless start.

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