DNA Jazz Band Provides Pain Relief from Arthritis

2nd Feb 2023

Posted by Lynn Perkes on

DNA Jazz Band Provides Pain Relief from Arthritis

Arthritis, derived from the root word “arthro” which means joint, and the suffix “itis” which means inflammation, affects approximately 60 million Americans, or roughly one in four adults, has arthritis. The most common symptoms of arthritis are joint pain, stiffness, decreased range of motion, swelling, and sometimes deformation over time. Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common form of arthritis and presents as a breakdown of the articular cartilage that covers the articulating surfaces of the bones that for a joint. In the United States, it is estimated that 80% of the population over 65 years old has radiographic evidence of OA, although only 60% of this subset has symptoms, making it the most common form of arthritis. In 2013, the national arthritis-attributable medical costs were $140 billion, or $2,117 in extra medical costs per adult with arthritis.

The most commonly affects joints of the body are the knees, hips, hands, and spine.

Knee: Symptomatic knee osteoarthritis occurs in 10% men and 13% in women aged 60 years or older. About 10% of people aged over 55 years have painful disabling knee OA of whom one quarter are severely disabled.


Hips: Hip OA affects 7%–25% of people older than 55 years. Lifetime risk for symptomatic hip OA is 18.5% for men and 28.6% for women.


Hands: Data shows arthritis in the distal interphalangeal joint (DIP) affects more than half of men over the age of 65 and more than half of women over the age of 55. Thirteen percent of men and 26% of women over the age of 70 are estimated to have symptomatic hand OA involving at least one joint.


Spine: In patients over the age of sixty, 95% of men and 70% of women have at least one indicator of arthritis. Specifically, facet joint arthritis is present in 19% of individuals between the ages of 45 and 65 years of age and 57% of patients over the age of 65 in the United States. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK553190/

CLICK HERE for a summary of background information and statistics of musculoskeletal disorders and arthritis. ( https://www.prohealthcareproducts.com/health-medical-statistics/)

Arthritic Pain Relief with the DNA Jazz Band

The unique pain-relieving therapy of the DNA Jazz Band is delivered by nonionizing light (red light therapy, near infrared light therapy) and magnetic signaling and micro-vibration technologies to specifically target with precision the affected tissues. This is accomplished through sophisticated precision interactions from the intelligent micro-processor for four-mode optimization and signaling and advanced frequency stabilization circuits. Collectively these synergistic technologies stimulate and facilitate the therapeutic benefits at the lowest power output/intensity with precision to the target tissues by:

  • Reducing the presence of inflammatory markers, pro-inflammatory cytokines, and localized edema in stressed tissues providing pain relief
  • Increasing vasodilation and associated blood flow to the affected tissues bringing increased oxygen and nutrients
  • Increasing mitochondrial production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) providing enhanced energy to the healing tissues
  • Increasing synthesis of amino acids via the stimulation of messenger RNA signaling the synthesis of amino acids and proteins involved in the restoration and healing of damaged tissues for a quicker recovery

These therapeutic reactions and syntheses work to modulate pain and reduce swelling of tissues (which is also associated with irritating free nerve endings in the “stretched” tissues) at the joint level where the pain is originating, while enhancing the pliability and extensibility of surrounding tissues to decrease stiffness and improve range of motion for enhanced mobility – helping people to live a better life.

In addition, the micro-diffusion technology along with the patent-pending computer/CAD- geometry construction of the Jazz Band guarantees optimal fitting and contouring to any body part reducing uneven distribution of the therapy, mitigating hot spots and uneven application for safety and effectiveness.

Because we are so sure you will experience these therapeutic benefits, DNA Jazz Band offers a full 60-Day money back guarantee. CLICK HERE to view all the DNA Jazz Band options and accessories. Start feeling better and doing more of what you love to do.

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A Few DNA Jazz Band Arthritis Customer Reviews/Testimonials

“I was diagnosed with arthritis in my knee 2 months ago. I was in chronic pain/swelling daily. I decided to give the Jazz Band a try. I still can’t believe it! I have been using it two times a day, 30-minute sessions. My pais is gone 75-80% of the time. Very minimal and manageable the rest of the time I highly recommend it! Really incredible!” (Ericha S.)

DNA JAZZ BAND Review for Arthritis - Ericha S

“My MRI shows a torn meniscus, synovitis, and osteoarthritis. I was making very slow progress after 2 months of physical therapy. After using the Jazz Band for just 2 weeks, twice a day, the swelling is nearly gone, and the pain is tolerable, to the point that I am hoping to avoid surgery or shots. Thanks, DNA Vibe, for your amazing product!” (Jessica S.)

“I have been using the Jazz Band for a month and have experienced great results! I was experiencing significant knee pain from arthritis, and it was affecting my ability to engage in physical activities and disrupting my ability to sleep. These two ailments have been almost eliminated. I highly recommend the Jazz Band for anyone suffering from knee or joint pain.” (Greg S.)

“I’m loving my Jazz Band! I use it to relax every night and it’s helped with the pain from arthritis in my lower back.” (Mary L.)

“The Jazz Band is the ultimate device for any muscle or joint pain, including arthritis. It’s the best!! I’ve had one for two years now and absolutely love it!! Thank you, DNA Vibe!!” (Belle G.)

Enjoy reading this editorial feature on the DNA Jazz Band in the February 2023 issue of Woman’s World magazine.