Dear MendMeShop,

I really never expected such good service! I have a trochanteric bursitis, and have been seriously bothered by it for more than a year. My rheumatologist gave me two steroid injections which helped briefly and then the pain started again, and that pain is almost crippling. Celebrex was recommended and it worked for me except that I have IBS and unfortunately couldn’t continue to take it. Besides it is a systematic drug and who knows what else it may effect. I was in pain and decided to check out the internet and that is where I found you. I was uncertain about the use of electromagnetic therapy, it sounded like it might be in the snake oil category, but fortunately for me I got good confirmation about the legitimacy of the product. I have to say I am so glad that I made the purchase. You are right I felt a difference with the first treatment using the inferno wrap. I have continued to use it about two times a day. I am very impressed with you product. I still have pain, more on same days than others, but it is greatly reduced and I am able to walk without severe pain. I also ordered the freeze wrap but haven’t used it yet. I expect a situation will arise when I may want to. I will recommend you and your product to anyone who may benefit. I am so glad I found you!

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Patricia Heacock

 

Heal Your Knee: Combine ColdCure Technology® and BFST®!

Knee injuries are very common injuries and can persist for years unless treatment is properly addressed. Anyone who has had one will tell you that they are incredibly painful and very hard to heal.

The knee joint is made up of many ligaments and tendons that support your weight and the wide range of movements you perform everyday. Injury to any one of these supports can result in a long period of treatment and rehab.

Heal your knee injury.

The meniscus provides even weight distribution across the knee joint effectively protecting your bones from excessive force and severe arthritis. The meniscus is a tough cartilage that rests in between the thigh bone and shin bone on either side of the knee. In younger people a meniscus tear most commonly occurs when under weight the knee is twisted forcefully. In adults a meniscus injury is more of a degenerative process; as the cartilage becomes brittle even a minor injury could tear the cartilage.

Ligament tears are also very common knee injuries; the knee joint includes support from three main ligaments: the ACL, LCL and MCL. The Anterior Cruciate ligament, supporting rotational and forward movements, is reportedly the most commonly injured ligament in sport. The Lateral Collateral Ligament stabilizes the outside of the knee, while the Medial Collateral Ligament stabilizes the inside of the knee.


Subject: thank you

I had been suffering for months with debilitating pain in my knee that was a result of a meniscus injury that just wouldn't heal. The advice I received was to ice it, try to stay off it, and take something for the pain. Hopefully in a few weeks or months it should have hopefully healed and surgery could be avoided. Well, it wasn't healing, it was getting worse.

Desparate to escape surgery, I bought your ultimate knee kit. Two weeks later most of my pain is gone. I have little doubt that I'm now on the road to a full recovery

I just wish someone had recommended products like these to save me months of suffering.

Rating: Five Star Rating[5 of 5 Stars!]

Thank you again!

Brent Thompson San Diego, CA

Once you have a meniscus or ligament tear, you have an increased risk of developing knee arthritis, because these supports are weakened. Especially in the case of meniscus tears; they slowly wear away with knee movements and are unable to protect your articular cartilage on the surface of the knee joint as much as before.

In the injuries initial stages it is important to reduce the swelling in the area and to control the pain as much as you can. The RCCE (Rest Cold Compression Elevation) method has long been a tried and true treatment for soft tissue injuries. The best way to heal is to reduce swelling; the RCCE method facilitates this as well as a quicker healing time.

During your recovery, you will probably have to modify and/or eliminate any activities that cause pain or discomfort in your knee area until your pain and inflammation settle

Small tears in the meniscus or ligament stretches may go completely unnoticed and will most likely heal themselves. The meniscus and ligaments do not have a lot of access to blood supply and so more serious treatments will need to be considered.

Blood Flow Stimulation Therapy increases blood flow eliminating cell waste and supplying the injury with the nutrients it might otherwise not receive enough of.

The MendMeShop® premium quality Freezie Wraps® provide you with the tools necessary to relieve the pain caused by your injured knee and dramatically speed the healing of any tissue inflammation. When using Blood Flow Stimulation Therapy (BFST®), the energy waves stimulate blood flow which speeds up healing. Beginning with your very first treatment you will feel the relief - the power - of BFST®. The energy waves travel deep into your body delivering therapeutic benefits to the source of the pain.

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Our cold compression wraps are made of the highest quality materials available. They fit perfectly, stay in place, are extremely durable, and use a ColdCure Technology® for safer, deep cooling. Cold compression wraps work because they interrupt and slow nerve and cell function in the damaged area. Once blood vessels are damaged they can no longer carry oxygenated blood to the damaged tissue and therefore cells begin to break-down. The deep cold provided by cold compression wraps slow cell function thereby reducing cellular break-down. Furthermore, because the cold wraps serve to numb the nerves the wraps also reduce pain!

Dear MendMeShop,

Over the past eight months I have been suffering from shoulder and arm pain. I just kept thinking that the pain would go away on its own. When I reached the point where I was unable to raise my arm over my head without assistance and forget about putting my arm behind my back. I decided that a trip to the doctor was due. She ruled out that I had an injury to the Rotator Cuff itself and determined that I had a soft tissue injury. Due to repetitive movement and heavy lifting. She suggested that I try physical therapy. With my work schedule and family obligations I knew that was going to be very difficult and I wanted something that I could fit into my schedule. So I began doing research on the internet for alternative treatments and exercises. That's when I found your product on the internet. I was somewhat skeptical as to rather it would perform as stated, but decided to give it a try. It was stated that it could take up to three weeks to feel results. BUT I am here to say that for myself it has done better. I have been using the Freezie Wrap for a week and have already felt some improvement. I can now raise my arm to just about shoulder height unassisted, and can now almost get my finger tips back behind my back. I make a point of using Freeze Wrap as soon as I get home from work to relieve the stress to my muscles from work and to keep the inflammation down. Now that I have gotten some of the inflammation gone I intend to incorporate the Inferno Wrap treatment to my regiment to just before going bed to aid the healing process and aid in a better night's sleep.

Rating: Five Star Rating

Nancy Jensen

 

Inferno Wrap Knee for meniscus injury acl injury mcl injury or hyperextended knee

Cold Compression Knee Freezie Wrap for meniscus injury mcl injury and acl injury

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