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  • Hello,

    I am interested in purchasing the DCT proflex, is there an option to buy it without the DVD at a reduced cost?

    Thanks

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  • Debbie Brooks
    October 15, 2017 3:40 pm

    Can DCT help with pelvic pain in males? If so, do you have videos?DD

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  • Nic Bartolotta
    October 18, 2017 7:18 am

    Hi Debbie, sorry for the delayed response. Yes, absolutely DCT can help Pelvic Floor pain, in fact, I filmed a full course with David McCoid who is one of the leading experts on recovering from Male Pelvic Floor Pain. He suffered for over 14 years with the condition until he started putting the pieces of the puzzle together on what actually was helpful, and about two years ago he reached out to me and we have since collaborated on an affordable and comprehensive program that you can do remotely. You can learn more about it on my other website http://www.resistancestretching.com under the online courses tab. Let me know if you have any other questions and please check out David’s information on http://www.freedomfrompelvicpain.com. Thanks

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  • Hello i try to buy the DCT Knee Pillow but it says “No shipping method has been selected. Please double check your address, or contact us if you need any help.” I live in sweden.

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  • Katie Dardagan
    March 24, 2018 11:24 am

    Hello, Amazon.com says the DCT Proflex is no longer available. Can you indicate where and when I could buy this product. I live in Spain.
    Many thanks! Katie

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  • Hi there I would like to purchase for myslef (size 11) but also for my daughter (size 8). Do you think I could get the one (size 10-14) for both of us?

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    • I have a similar question. I’m size 14, my son 10.5 (and ideally for my wife too, but she’s women’s 6, guessing that’s too small). Any suggestions? Thanks.

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      • We are in the process of selling “Sizing Straps” individually. They are not up in the shop yet but check back in a week when they are.

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  • For 17 yrs I have suffered with herniated discs in L4-5 and I had fusion at C5-7 in 2006. Fusion was not a good choice, so I refused to consider it for my lower back. I have tried everything out there – except DCT. I also have hip pain because I believe I’ve Pelvic Imbalance due to the herniated discs. What would you recommend?

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  • Mark Montano
    March 26, 2018 2:06 pm

    I am a 180 lb 5’9″ male and usually wear a shoe size of 10.5 but my foot when measured is closer to a 10, medium width. The DCT Proflex small is sized up to a 10, and the medium is for 10.5 and up. Which size would be best for me to order?

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  • Hi,

    Two questions:

    1. I suffered a bad tib & fib break, recovery has been slow and a major issue has been my achille tendon and it needing to stretch back to its previous state – will the Proflex help with this?

    2. I’m in Seychelles, how can I order – Amazon says out of stock?

    With thanks,

    N

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    • What is customs like going to East Africa? We have been having a hard time getting any products through customs in Europe in a reasonable time period. Amazon will be replenished next week.

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      • If this question was for me, Seychelles is pretty easy to get stuff in, shouldn’t be a problem at all. . .

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    • Question 1?

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      • Yes, the DCT Proflex will help stretch the Calf muscles that in turn strengthens the Achilles Tendon, better than anything else on the market. Especially when you perform the eccentric contractions with the Proflex.

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  • daniel mueller
    March 31, 2018 9:56 pm

    I am dealing with a mild (at the moment) case of plantar fasciitis, tight calves/ankles,,hope this helps, any special instructions? Just ordered

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  • Patricia Disperati
    April 3, 2018 9:57 pm

    When will the DCT be available please? I live in Canada. will it help with cramps?

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    • We are sending more in to Amazon today they should be available Wednesday, April 11, 2018… and yes it can help with cramps depending on what type of cramps they are. If you have a deficiency like potassium, it may not help.

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  • Hello, I’m a 6 ft tall, 190 pound man and I want to buy a Proflex for my own personal use, I am not a trainer. I notice the Trainer’s proflex is 6 inches longer …. does this make it more effective for an individual? Is it easier to create leverage, give a better stretch, etc? Or is it only advantageous if a 2nd person (trainer) is helping a client use it? Thank you!

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    • The Personal Use DCT Proflex should be good for you. The trainers Package is used to help Trainers or Practitioners get more leverage without using their arms or backs. Obviously the longer the lever the “more” leverage you have.

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  • chris clancy
    April 9, 2018 3:14 pm

    Hello Nic, I’m a 58 year old male that has been suffering from pelvic pain in varying degrees for 23 years. I was managing for about 15 yrs until i and a cystoscopy and woke up from the procedure in severe pain and spasm in my pelvic floor. I had extreme difficulty urinating which has since subsided but because of the discomfort i became very sedentary sitting for hours a day. I began to have pain sitting mainly right sided and now a year and a half later i’m still unable to sit and have resorted to sitting on donut cushions. My pelvic floor therapists says my obturator internus is like a rock and i have that stinging, burning pain in my right sit bone and along hamstring attachment area. i can’t do anything that puts a strain on the area such as lifting, bending even walking will flair the pain.Your method is very intriguing and i was wondering if you think i could benefit from it?

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  • Matthew Orr
    May 13, 2018 1:34 am

    Nic,

    I have recently purchased the pro flex and been using for about a month. Is there a certain protocol I should be following? I’m not sure if I’m supposed to do the facial drills and the muscle tension drills every day? Ive been trying to do at least 4 days a week but noticing my legs feeling fatigued and my feet keep cramping when doing the drills. I have sever flat feet with weak arches that causes tarsal tunnel and other issues. How do I know if I’m making the right progressions or progress?

    Thanks

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  • I have severely limited dorsiflexion in both ankles. I’ve toe walked all my life and whatever the cause was at this point I have incredibly tight (maybe shortened?) calf muscles and achilles tendons, and probably joint blocks as well. Would the proflex help with this? In the videos shown the user already has good dorsiflexion.

    Thanks!

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