Researchers have found the dislodging a small kidney stone may be as simple as riding a roller coaster.

When you’re trying to pass a kidney stone, you’re probably not thinking, in your cloud of agony, “Darn it! I should have ridden a roller coaster.”

And yet a new study suggests doing just that. According to research published in the Journal of the American Osteopathic Association, the bump and jolt of a roller coaster may actually help bump and jolt small kidney stones right through your system.
Dr. David Wartinger is one of the researchers who led the study, which involved bringing a silicone model packed with kidney stones and urine on Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom Big Thunder Mountain Railroad ride.

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