The healing of muscle and soft tissue injuries happens in distinctive stages. Understanding the 4 stages of healing will allow you to better implement a plan of action to help overcome various injuries and conditions.
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Posted by on 3/21/2018 to Healing Process
Posted by on 3/20/2018 to Knee Pain
A brand new review of the Knee T-Shellz Wrap from an individual who is experiencing pain relief in only 1 week after she started the treatments. Experiencing benefits this soon is a very positive sign for future results as well.
Posted by on 3/16/2018 to Elbow Pain & Tennis Elbow
Most people mistakenly believe that inflammation is the main issue with tennis elbow; it isn't. A break down of tendon tissue is the hallmark factor in the development of the condition.
Posted by on 3/13/2018 to Leg, Hamstring, Groin Pain
A new T-Shellz Wrap review from one of our long-time customers, Mr. S. Bernstein. We were very happy to hear that Mr. Bernstein finds the new T-Shellz design very effective for his chronic pain.
Posted by on 3/12/2018 to Exercises & Stretches
The type of body you were born with can have a big impact on how effective your workout will be. Develop a program that matches your body type and get ready for some big gains!
Posted by on 3/8/2018 to Knee Pain
Hoffa's Syndrome results from an injury to infrapatellar fat pad. The Hoffa's pad becomes impinged between the femur and the patella whenever the leg is extended.
Posted by on 3/1/2018 to Knee Pain
If you are suffering from nagging pains affecting the hips, back, knee, and core muscles that are not easily resolved, then the likelihood is overcompensation issues and changes in gait are at the heart of the matter.