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    Chinese healer

    My friend Wess Wang took me to see his medicine man, Remember the circles Phillips now I have a half dozen. Before the visit I could not lift my arm but a couple inches from my side. Today I have almost 100% range of motion. A few more visits and and should be ready to ride again.
    The dark blood is the main damage area. in that area almost all pain is gone.
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    Amazing what modern medicine can do Gotta tell you though, you got some ugly tattoos

    Seriously, if it works for you it's good i guess
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    Almost makes you want to jump in the pool and start training for 2020, doesn't it.

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    Odly enough, it does conger up some fantasies lol
    The hicky like marks reminds me of a girl I once knew in highschool
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    how does the process work dav bringing out the brusing to surface allows better healing with in???
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    Larry by pulling out the bad blood from the mussel tissue helps the healing process.
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    Lol, octopus hickys! My boss had that done on her back. Her husband gave her a hard time that it looked like cat nipples with the pattern it was in.

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    Boy I don't know if I want to meet that hickie monster or not. Dave you must have an affinity for big suckers.
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    I rode the bike 7 miles to the shop today. Little bit of muscle aching. But it feel great for only being 2 weeks.
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    Had my 2nd visit and I'm ready to ride. One more vist before OC bike trip.
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