I'm a 70 year old male with lower back pain, but only when I sit for more than a few minutes. I was informed about Kailo; a product which guarantees relief or money back. It's a stiff-card patch about the size of a smart phone which you stick on your skin where it hurts. How does it work? According to the ads, it's Nanotech connecting to your brain.
Before I bought Kailo, I used a small pillow placed against my left lower back which provided some relief. I figured the pressure on whatever nerve was how the pillow worked. After sticking the patch on, I noticed that there was a similar pressure, very slight, as there was when I used the pillow.
So far, the Kailo seems to work. But I was wondering, if it applies pressure to the region of pain, is that what works, and not the Nanotech BS? In other words, any stiff patch stuck to the site of the nerve pain, 24/7, will probably alleviate the pain? And you don't need to blow 120 bucks on Kailo?