Continuous low-level heat wrap therapy has been shown to be superior in the treatment of acute low back pain in comparison to to both acetaminophen and ibuprofen.
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Posted by on 8/30/2017 to Back Pain
Posted by on 8/29/2017 to Frozen Shoulder
Frozen Shoulder is a condition that can last for many months as there are three stages that one must complete. How you approach the treatment aspects will determine how long Frozen Shoulder will last for.
Posted by on 8/23/2017 to Electromagnetic Energy / Deep Heat Therapy
While deep heat therapy may stir things up metabolically in the initial treatment stages, evidence shows that deep heat treatments over time will reduce pain associated with fibromyalgia.
Posted by on 8/20/2017 to Exercises & Stretches
Misaligned hips will eventually lead to stresses not only on the hips themselves, but also the back, core muscles, IT Band and more.
Posted by on 8/17/2017 to MendMeShop News & Special Offers
Our newest product is called Arnica Infusion and has been in development for awhile. It is now very, very close to coming to market (perhaps within the next week or so)...
Posted by on 8/14/2017
One will never achieve peak mental health without first doing what you can to achieve ideal physical health.
Posted by on 8/5/2017 to Cortisone Injections
Too many people (and their medical team) seem to quickly opt for injections in management of pain. This does not come without many risks and side effects. Isn't it better to focus on healing versus temporary suppression of pain?
Posted by on 8/2/2017 to Knee Pain
The study performed by Western Ontario and McMaster Universities in Canada showed topical Arnica applications should be a consideration for those suffering from Knee Osteoarthritis.