Goode Wraps Relieve Tendenitis ( runner's knee ) Pain, Swelling, Stiffness by Relaxing Muscles


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Chondromalacia Patellar Tendenitis ( Runner's Knee ) Treatment

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From: Eileen P.

To: "''"      Subject: Thank You

Date: Wed, 29 Dec 1999 11:18:56 -0800

"I wanted to let you know what a wonderful product your knee pain wrap is.  I have a 14 year daughter who plays basketball, volleyball and softball (at the same time) and was suffering from patella tendenitis ( chondromalacia or runner's knee ).  I ordered one of the knee wraps and in 3 days the swelling was completely gone.  From time to time it will reoccur and she will immediately put the wrap on.  Usually in less than 12 hours she is as good as new.  Recently she suffered a deep thigh bruise and moved the knee wrap up to the thigh and in 2 days it was as good as new.  I just ordered a second knee wrap because she wants to wear one on each knee every night to prevent any further pain associated with thepatella tendenitis.  It is a great product for my child and I will continue to recommend it to all of my friends.""tendeniti

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Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2000 10:20:26 -0500

From: Debra H.  To:

Subject: Knee Wraps 

"I just wanted to write a short note to let you know how pleased I am with your product.  I had a case of chondromalacia patellar tendenitis in my knees (alternatively) and I ordered a knee wrap.  I received it last night, and immediately felt a difference!  I ordered another wrap for the other knee because the stiffness in the morning (subtle) was noticeable.  This makes it much more comfortable during the reconditioning process." 

I highly recommend your products--well worth the investment.

Debra J. H.

Medical Encyclopedia -

One of the big differences between the effects of patellar tendenitis (that is, tendenitis of the patella--the kneecap), and chondromalacia (runner's knee) is that tendenitis sufferers are much better able to locate the pain. Whereas people with midknee.jpg (16833 bytes)chondromalacia (runner's knee) may rub their fingers up, down, and around the knee to indicate where it hurts, when you have tendenitis you can put a fingertip right on the spot. It's so tiny and specific that you can put the tip of a ballpoint pen right on the spot and just about levitate yourself into the air with pain. And that spot is right at the bottom of the kneecap, where the tendon that goes on to connect to the shinbone begins--hence the name, patellar tendenitis.

Patella Tendenitis is also called runner's knee.  But it turns out that basketball players probably have more runnerr's knee than anybody else. You also see it in dancers, runners (and it's very hard to deal with in runners, for some reason), volleyball players--anyone who runs and jumps regularly may suffer from it. And, like chondromalacia, it sneaks up on you, first hurting after your activity, then toward the end of the activity, then during, at the beginning, and finally all the time. It's not nearly as common as chondromalacia-nothing is--but it's more difficult to deal with. It's probably the second most frequent knee injury.

Dr. Tom P. 

Tendenitis and Bursitis are, by definition, inflammations.  Massage therapy should not be able to resolve them.  In fact, massage therapy of inflamed tissue is contraindicated; it ought to make them worse.   Yet in every case of a patient diagnosed with Tendenitis, Chondromalacia or Bursitis, I have found trigger point activity referring pain into the area in question.

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Chondromalacia Knee Pain Tendenitis - Runner's Knee  Wraps

This tube wrap pulls on over your foot up to your knee.  This can also be used as a Regular Leg Warmer or Shin Wrap.  To use this wrap, the circumference of your leg at both the knee cap and calf should be 12-to-18 inches.
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This tube also pulls on over your foot up to your knee.  It can also be used as a Large Leg Warmer or Large Shin Wrap.  This wrap will fit you if the circumference of your leg at both the knee cap and calf is 18-to-23 inches.
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Tendenitis, Paratendinitis and Tendinosis - Chondromalacia - Runner's Knee

Of all the overuse problems associated with knee injury, tendenitis is among the most common. In the past, all conditions have been termed tendinitis and treated accordingly-cramps, spasm (runner;s knee) and foot aches. There now are several different pathological entities. These are: tendenitis, paratendinitis, tendinosis, partial,chondromalacia and complete rupture.

Tendenitis is a catch term for inflammation of the tendon itself from a ankle injury, and can often co-exist with paratendinitis causing all the symptoms of knee pain, cramps, spasm and aches.

The cause of tendenitis ( runner's knee ) usually results from microscopic tears within the tendon and triggering an inflammatory response within the tendon. Common areas susceptible to tendenitis are; achilles, patella, adductor longus, supraspinatus, biceps, tibialis posterior, chondromalacia and flexor hallucis longus tendons.


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The Goode Wraps products have proven effective in relieving pain, swelling and stiffness in muscles and joints. There have been no complaints about allergic reactions. The FDA laboratory in Seattle, Washington tested the product to see if any of the semiconductors were absorbed into the skin.  This test concluded the elements were not absorbed into the skin.

The Health Sciences Department or Medical Schools at five major universities have been involved in research.  A double blind pain study was conducted at a western university and the results stated, "Seven days- 33% of control group subjects had again slight improvement. 91% of the treatment group subjects had great to total improvement.  Significance is .004.”  An anti-inflammatory study by a southwest university concluded, "These data indicate that semiconductors are an active topical anti-inflammatory agent when impregnated on cloth or on tape.”  Another study by the same university summarized by stating, "There does not appear to be any consistent effect of the semiconductor patches on blood flow or local temperature in resting subjects (does not create edema).  A third study on muscle relaxation states, "In several experiments, we have been able to record a reduction of force through the motion cycle after the application of semiconductors over the bellies of the planar flexor muscles.  This effect occurs within very few minutes of application of semiconductors."

Two pilot studies with athletes wearing wraps at a rocky mountain university conclude, "Kicking results showed that maximum ball velocity, knee joints angular velocity, thigh and shank angular velocities at contact were larger in condition A (wearing Goode Wraps) than in condition B (wearing placebo wraps).  Vertical jump results showed average jump height, vertical take-off velocity and vertical push-off impulse to be greater in the semiconductor jumps."

An Osteoarthritis study at a nursing school concluded, “T-test analyses of data demonstrated a moderate decrease in pain after two hours for both the HexTapes and placebo groups and a significant decrease in pain in only the HexTape group after two days of treatment, supporting the hypothesis of a significant decrease in reported pain of subjects receiving treatment of topically applied Goode Wraps tapes as compared to subjects receiving placebo therapy.”

Time to Abandon the "Runner's Knee Tendenitis" Myth

By K M Khan, assistant professor.
Department of Family Practice, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada V6T 1Z3

Tendenitis such as that of the Achilles, lateral elbow, and rotator cuff tendons is a common presentation to family practitioners and various medical specialists.

Most currently practicing general practitioners were taught, and many still believe, that patients who present with overuse tendenitis have a largely inflammatory condition and will benefit from anti-inflammatory medication.

Unfortunately this dogma is deeply entrenched.

Ten of 11 readily available sports medicine texts specifically recommend non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for treating painful conditions like Achilles and patellar tendonitis despite the lack of a biological rationale or clinical evidence for this approach.

Instead of adhering to the myths above, physicians should acknowledge that painful overuse tendon conditions have a non-inflammatory cause.

A critical review of the role of various anti-inflammatory medications in soft tissue conditions found limited evidence of short term pain relief and no evidence of their effectiveness in providing even medium term clinical resolution of clearly diagnosed tendon disorders.

Laboratory studies have not shown a therapeutic role for these medications. Steroid injections provide mixed results in relieving the pain of tendon problems.

British Medical Journal March 16, 2002; 324: 626-627

Philosophy and Application


Using anti-inflammatory medication for these tendon problems is a prescription for disaster as they clearly do not treat the underlying cause and have the potential to cause significant complications.

Put simply, the philosophy is that the body is a self regulating bioenergetic and biomechanical phenomena which will continue to regulate itself for as long as it has the reserve energy necessary to sustain life, by the ongoing process of biological adaptation.

Bowen realized that the body would regulate itself and return to balance if the appropriate neurological and neuromuscular context was created so that it could. There was never the question of if it could, this was implicit -- the fact that the person had life was evidence enough that it could!

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