I've been injured about 3 1/2 years, I've done standing frames, tilt tables, lokomats etc but for max an hour in the future after a stem cell injection I'd like to try the Kumming walking program. But even at 23 after three years I already have osteoporosis, even with all my physiotherapy. Has anyone actually spent six hours straight standing up? Was it hard blood pressure rise, did it cause a problem with b&b accident, joints especially ankles, hips and knees. Or did it actually has a large benefit on your daily pain and other problems? For the more dedicated of us let me know I imagine only if you have actually committed to this .

ps did help with these good damn spasms?