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Machines good for hand pain???

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Hey fellow artists, I have s huge career changing issues, I have bad trapped nerve in my cervical spine can't be fixed, living in excruciating pain down my arm and hand, slight grip issues, I run a coil now at the moment which affects pain badly, need a new machine asap, something soft on my hand, i wanna barely know there's a machine in my hand, only way I can work, can anyone suggest a top quality machine..???, preferable with adjustable stroke so I can use as all rounder but not essential. Need help to choose so any info u guys can give be awesome. Cheers

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Coil machine you are going to struggle 

rotary i have never even touched so wouldnt want to giveyou bum advise 

however i would look at the luckys  range  for a guid to something that will probably suit.

i have a good friend who uses somthing like a big pen as he has fooked nerves

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I have a similar situation  due to a serious accident.  I like  to use the dragon fly and  bishop.  You can also use sting ray instead.  Use disposable grips with 32 mm. It will make lighter  but also slower 

If you want to talk  more add me on instagram  @alangoretattoo 

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