Does Revitive Medic Really Work?

Does Revitive Medic Really Work?
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Does Revitive Medic Work?A lot of people suffer with discomfort in their legs and feet. Often the problem is poor circulation and this is particularly true for those who have osteoarthritis or diabetes. A solution to help with this problem may be the Revitive Medic, but what makes it different than other products of a similar nature?

Overview
Revitive Medic is classed as a circulation booster for the feet and legs. It acts similar to a foot massager but has some additional features and functionality to it. It isn’t just a matter of putting your feet on the Revitive Medic and letting it do all the work. You have to participate by allowing it to gently rock back and forth which in turn this activity is helping to increase your circulation.

The Claim
The promoters of Revitive Medic claim that it is good for those who have osteoarthritis, diabetes, or are limited in their mobility or are not a person who is very active when it comes to leg use.

The Hype
The hype really focuses on being an external solution for a very common problem. Poor circulation can cause a great deal of discomfort. There are times where health care providers may order prescriptive drugs to help with the discomfort. If this can be relieved without the necessity of ingesting medications then it will certainly be important to a lot of people.

The Cost
Most likely you are perceiving the Revitive Medic to be a glorified foot massager and as such expect it to be in the low price range. It actually sells for $349.99 which is a pretty hefty price. It does come with a two year warranty.

The Commitment
You are going to have to commit to using the Revitive Medic as per their instructions in order to receive the benefits that it is being promoted for.

Evaluation
To begin with as said, the product is meant to increase circulation, and it is also said to help relieve the pain and swelling that can also occur. This unit has 99 intensity levels so it is flexible according to the specific needs of a person. The Iso Rocker encourages movement of the ankle area which helps to limber up stiff joints in this area.It is comprised of a variety of waveforms which helps prevent the muscles from adjusting to one type. It also possesses another type of waveform which is supposed to be more effective when addressing the issues.

Final Revitive Medic Review

This product seems to be more known in the UK where it is being sold on Amazon. It has gotten some good feedback however there was some mention about not using this device if you have a implanted pacemaker. It is also available in Canada as well as it can be ordered through Amazon for the US.

Our Recommendation
As with anything that is promoted to enhance ones health we strongly suggest that you get the approval of your health care provider before using Revitive Medic or any other health related product. If you truly feel that everything about this product could address the discomfort you are having due to poor circulation then we are prepared to give it a Thumbs Up. Based on the cost however we overall give it a Try Buy rating. If you are looking for a cheaper alternative although one that does not have the same feature or concepts you may want to look at the Eelectrofoot.

What do you think? Does Revitive Medic work or not?

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Martin July 17, 2017 at 5:40 pm

This write up doesn’t even come close to answering the question. I would expect a website called “does it really work” to speak to the efficacy of the product, and back that up with citations of actual research on the subject. This article tells me nothing of the sort, just a regurgitation of the claims made on the product manufacturer’s website.

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melinda ramirez September 11, 2017 at 12:33 pm

Very insighful comment. I agree

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Jacki September 6, 2018 at 5:03 am

I agree! Zero proclaimed feedback, not even those called 5 stars or fact based stats. I was liking into something for my Mother since her stroke, not a bunch of wasted words and seconds telling me what I already know of the product it the fact they even off up a cheaper version! What website is this even pertaining to?!!

Signed sincerely(sarcasm)
Still wondering in WV

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Kate September 24, 2018 at 4:53 pm

I was thinking the exact same thing while reading their article.

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Marilyn Dunlop December 7, 2017 at 1:19 pm

I too agree. I am going to get a knee replacement next month and have poor circulation so i need
Something to relieve leg pain as well. I do have osteoarthritis in both knees. I need to know does this work.
Period. Please reply with a proper answer. I need help. Thank you

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Martin Wolf January 12, 2018 at 2:50 pm

Does this machine really work and is it good for neuropathy of the feet

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Anna moser January 19, 2018 at 3:47 am

I have diabetic neuropathy . The value of this item must have more support for the cost. Has this been proven to successfully relieve the agony of neuropathy ?

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Katie Brennan April 28, 2018 at 8:01 pm

I just met a podiatrist that Changed my Life! I have neuropathy Not from Diabetes…so my Dr. Has never diagnosed it. My podiatrist has started me on Metanyx and I can tell you THE NERVES ARE GROWING BACK! check it out AND HELP YOURSELF! This is Amazing!!! Metanyx is a Food Source replacement!!!!

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Cheryl January 2, 2019 at 8:35 pm

I used Metanx and you are right it does work for neuropathy as far as pain. Didn’t know anything about nerves growing back. It has vitamin b and I believe niacin in it. You have to be careful that Vitamin b does not get high due to Metanx. Even though Metanx is water soluable (supposedly) too much Vitamin D can cause irreversible nerve damage.

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yolanda garcia August 11, 2018 at 7:21 pm

Question: Does this device help relieve nerve pain caused by shingles ,when patches are applied to the upper part of your back? Works great on the feet and legs.

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prichey August 25, 2018 at 3:48 pm

Can the revitive be used if you have stents in the heart?

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Elvis September 8, 2018 at 7:45 am

Get out and walk. Swim. Get a bike. Get off the couch. This will improve your circulation more than a machine that massages your feet while you sit.

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Jules January 13, 2019 at 11:42 pm

Elvis….My Mom is 77 and been active all her live but has gone through triple bypass heart surgery , has diabetes which has knocked her for a loop , has major swelling in knees, legs, feet due to this. I also have rheumatoid arthritis, still manage to work , but can’t run hike and can swim but have problem getting out of pool. You comment is pretty rude considering you don’t know the facts

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Terry May 21, 2019 at 9:58 am

This comment is reflective of someone who is an insensitive idiot. May you get the pain that these people are suffering, and pray for anything that will help relieve that pain so that you are ABLE to walk.

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David November 28, 2018 at 6:32 pm

I bought one on the strength of their reviews. It doesn’t work for me but I plan to open my home up to renters, including the handicapped. Perhaps it will work for them – which will make me happy.

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Joe December 5, 2018 at 2:35 pm

The comment from Elvis outraged me. Maybe it is people who cannot walk, swim, ride a bike or get off the couch due to medical reasons who desperately search for help.

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Coop December 17, 2018 at 5:35 pm

I agree with Joe. Elvis shouldn’t even be on this web sight he obviously doesn’t need this machine. If he can handle all those activities God bless him. I had a brain tumor, stroke, in a coma 2 weeks had to learn to walk, wash, feed myself so yes I can’t can walk to well or even stand. I’m desperate to find relief & have a life again. Think of all the people not as lucky as you while you’re Riding your Bike.

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David Longstaff December 14, 2018 at 4:36 pm

Injuries from a car accident make all those activities impossible you smug git. That’s exactly why i have circulation problems. Serves you right if you find yourself unable to be active for such lack of empathy.

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