LidoSpot™ pain relieving patches are the newest addition to our Point Relief product line. The patches provide up to 12 hours of continuous pain relief. Each patch contains the highest permissible amount of lidocaine (4%) without a prescription and 1% menthol. The patch is large enough to fit large areas of the body, such as the back or thigh, and can be cut to fit small, hard to fit parts of the body.
As we get older, our joints may start to hurt which can limit our movement. However, staying active is key to preventing joint pain and limited mobility. Stretching and mobility exercises help the body’s production of synovial fluid, which helps your joints move and prevents swelling, aches and pains.
When your neck is sore, what is the first thing you do? Most of us probably roll our head in an attempt to stretch our neck. Something that we didn’t know until reading this article was that stretching a muscle can do the opposite of what you’re trying to achieve; instead of relieving the tense muscle you could make it tighter. Luckily, the same article discusses how you can position your head throughout the majority of your day, including sleep time, to relieve neck and shoulder tension.
LidoSpot™ pain relieving are perfect for enhancing your patient's pain treatment plan. They contain the highest permissible amount of lidocaine (4%) without a prescription and last up to 12 hours.
The Relief Pak® Cold and Hot Donut® Compression Sleeve offers heat therapy, cold therapy, and compression all in one pack. The roll-on pack stays in place without straps and treats the entire circumference of the injured area
You’re feeling great, but this new, active lifestyle brings about aches and pain you may not have felt before. You start looking into different ways to relieve your sore muscles, but there are so many options available you’re not sure where to start. One of our favorite ways to relieve sore muscles is foam rolling.
Are you looking to become more physically active? Are you active already but looking to kick it up a notch? If either of these sound like you, it would be wise to know about overuse injuries. | Fabrication Enterprises
A physical therapist is probably the last person you would think to see when you are in pain, but they are often the ones that will give you [almost] immediate and lasting relief from pain. Prevention magazine recently asked PTs from across the United States to discuss the pain fighting tricks that work the best for them and for their patients. Here is what they had to say.