Korean therapy that’s taken Kenya by storm - 7 months ago, 16 July 06:04
A South Korean heat massage therapy has got thousands of sick Kenyans deeply hooked to its range of claimed medicinal benefits covering back pain, sinuses, arthritis, diabetes and prostrate complications.
The therapy, which is administered through a special bed or a waistline belt, uses electricity to run.
John Muthama, a 50-year-old clinical specialist, has become a disciple of the Korean therapy known as Nuga Best, which he says helped manage his arthritis condition, leaving him with painless joints.
Mr Muthama says he embarked on the therapy sessions upon returning to Kenya at the end of 2015 from the United States where he had worked for years and where bouts of cold winter only worsened his condition.
“Three months after I first went to Nuga, my pains had all but disappeared, I couldn’t believe it. As a medical specialist, I had no explanation for what had just happened given that arthritis has no known cure ...
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