Sciatica SOS by ‘Glen Johnson’ is nothing but a classic scam, so don’t waste your time and money on it! I too will not waste my energy writing a long review about this laughing stock of a health product, as it doesn’t even deserve that honor. So let’s dig right in, shall we?
Created in 2015, Sciatica SOS claims to have a ‘2000-year old Nepalese Trick’ that gets rid of your sciatica ‘in 7 days or less.’ And oh … it is ‘GUARANTEED!’
Glen Johnson says e is a 44-year-old ‘young’ family man who, for three years, was a burden to his family due to sciatica pain. But one day, his wife introduced him to their Nepalese neighbor ‘Xie’. This woman, according to Glen, used to be a traditional healer. Xie gave him a tasty ‘concoction’ that eliminated his pain in just 5 minutes. Shocked by the incredible effectiveness of the ‘natural’ remedy, Glen asks Xie for permission to share her ‘secrets’ with the world and she ‘gladly’ grants it. That was how Sciatica SOS came into existence.
What a fairy tale, you must be thinking by now. Yes, you are correct because it is not just a fairy tale, but it is a tale written by a non-existent author!
1. Glen Johnson Does NOT Exist!
This one is very simple. That guy posing with a dog is NOT Glen Johnson. Rather it is a stock photo you can buy either at Getty Images, Fotosearch, Master File, or Image Source.
You already know the drill. People in stock photos are just models and nothing more. So if you see any stock photo used as it is used here, then know that you are dealing with a scam!
Now that we know that Glen Johnson does not exist, be sure that the Nepalese ‘miracle’ healer Xie does not exist either.
2. Fake Testimonials With Stolen Photos
All the testimonials featured on Sciatics SOS are fake and the photos used are all stolen. For example, ‘Fiona Robertson’ from New York, USA is actually Amanda Edgar, a Canadian woman in jail for theft. ‘Ayden Noble’, also from New York, is actually a weightlifter and future medical doctor Jordan Feigenbaum. His stolen photo is a screenshot from a Vimeo video.
Need I say more?
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY Sciatica SOS. It is A SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: SciaticaSOS.com
Just for the sake of putting the finishing touches, Sciatica SOS is ridden with other scam evidence. First, the claim that ‘Big Medicine and Big Pharma’ don’t know anything about sciatica and the fact that Glen never tells us how the ancient Nepalese remedy works. Also. don’t forget the pop-ups preventing you from leaving the page and offering you a $10 discount.
What is Sciatica?
Sciatica is a pain that radiates from your lower back to the legs. It occurs when a bone, usually part of the backbone, compresses the sciatic nerve (the nerve from which all the nerves that supply the back of your legs originate).
Sciatica can be a debilitating disease, but most cases resolve spontaneously over time with non-surgical treatment. However, if the pain persists beyond 7 days, increases in intensity, or begins to disturb the function of other organs, then you may have to undergo surgery. [NCBI, Mayo Clinic].
If you have sciatica-like symptoms, please don’t waste your money on this product. Instead, see your doctor right away.
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