Well, when I look at all my research I see that my clients (and many of my own clients) have various mobility disorders. Some of them are chronic or debilitating, some of them are just getting better or they have been using the product for a long time and are trying to get their mobility back.
It is hard to say what is "acute" and what is "chronic" in a medical way. Acute mobility disorders are more common. A lot of people find they can't get back to normal walking after a few weeks or months, so they use the product for some time. When the symptoms recur , they don't really get better. They are not always disabling, but they tend to be worse. This could happen if the person has already tried the product and didn't notice any improvement or if they are still in their first month. Chronic mobility disorders are different. People who have chronic mobility disorders cannot get out of bed to do anything for several days at a time, so they have to use the product on an ongoing basis. This could be frustrating for the person, but they can't just take a break from their chronic problems or move on to another product.
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