Tennis Elbow Relief with a single Quadrabloc™

Quadrabloc™ is a non invasive device consisting of 4 magnets in a patented configuration which has been sold over the counter (OTC) for the treatment of aches and pains for 10 years in the United States and 40 countries around the world. There are no known or reported harmful side effects. The product is not intended to obviate the need for professional medical attention. If discomfort persists, one should see a healthcare professional. The product has not yet been approved by the FDA.

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  1. arty1675462, 11 December, 2008


  2. Rainman270, 11 December, 2008

    magnet therapy has not been shown to be more effective than placebo.

  3. masonmuzik, 08 January, 2009

    Just to clarify, the muscles that originate from the lateral epicondyle are not flexors, but extensors of the wrist and fingers. Hate to be picky but if you’re going to put stuff out there, make sure it is accurate.

  4. johnsmdm, 20 January, 2009

    they say its always the Brevis or the Common Ext. tendon..this “professional got it wrong”, he should remove the video to save face sirs..

  5. fatsachs, 10 May, 2009

    What a crock of shit! Magnets?

  6. fnlost, 10 May, 2009


    treatment and say goodbye to tennis / golfer’s elbow

  7. jutso212, 16 June, 2009

    Just what I was thinking man.

  8. markphtp, 11 July, 2009

    Flexors tendons?? Nonono so wrong ….

  9. handygeek, 13 August, 2009

    I don’t get how that has any pain-relieving effect on tennis elbow. Maybe if my tendons were metallic…

  10. grundgemonster, 02 September, 2009

    only moronic cunts fall for this magnet shit.

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