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Goode Wraps reduce pain, swelling and stiffness by Relaxing Muscles

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Dr. Rudy H., Director Psychological Services.

"By nature, I’m a skeptic. When my brother-in-law suggested I try an elastic band for my carpal tunnel problems, I quietly laughed. After explaining to me that the band was impregnated with semiconductors, I laughed some more. In fact, I continued laughing while wearing a band immediately after a particularly painful episode of my condition. However, my laughter stopped when I realized something--the band, in fact, did work!

Unfortunately, the "band" was given to me after I went through several months of conventional treatment for my condition. This included the use of a fitted removable cast in addition to two to three hour-long hand therapy sessions over a period of six weeks. I am curious as to whether or not the use of the "band" would have shortened the treatment time." 

 “My fingers were getting numb.   I was loosing power and could not use hshoe.JPG (37083 bytes)my nippers.  I though I was going to have to give up my profession and find a new job.  After using the wrist wraps for three days  I had all my power back.  Its been three month now and I feel great”.

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Complete Product Information, Clinical Studies, Testimonials

 

Goode Wraps 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.

Baseball2.gif (2599 bytes)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.  In terms of the recovery from local heating, most subjects show nearly identical responses at site with and without the semiconductor patch/pellet combination.”  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."


Football2.gif (2304 bytes)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.”
 

What are Goode Wraps, Anyway?

They are premium clothing or sports wraps, some made with lycra. Each of these is impregnated with a unique blend of natural rare earth semiconductors that relax muscles, reduces pain or prevents swelling. Goode Wraps products are available for the groin, back,foot, ankle, knee, elbows, and wrist. In fact, the semiconductors can be added to almost any cloth like material.  The newest products are men and women compression shorts.

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Knee Pain Wraps / Tendinitis, Chondromalacia, Osgood Schlatters

REGULAR Knee Wrap
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.
Price:  $45.00 each  
Order Regular Knee Wrap

Photo of Large Knee WrapLARGE Knee Wrap
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.
Price:  $50.00 each  Order Large Knee Wrap

Compression Shorts Price

Power Compression Shorts

Groin Pull, Pulled Hamstring, Lower Back Pain, Hip Pain, Adductor Stress
Quadriceps Pull Sciatica Pain

Men, Women and Children


We start with custom made compression shorts the best on the market today, Power Compression Shorts --45% Lycra  and 55% Nylon (no rubber, elastic or neoprene to irritate).  Then we add Goode Wraps semiconductor technology to make a premium product for the relief of pain in the groin, hamstring, quadriceps, hips, thighs, sciatica or lower back.  To Order, Use the secure order form at
 
     

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Compression shorts

Basketball Baseball Volleyball Hockey Soccer Softball Gymnastics Golf Swimming Jogging Bowling Cycling Running Football Skiing Tennis

Additional Benefits from Power Compression Shorts
Improve Athletic Ability and Reduce Injury

It has been proven throughout the research at Penn State Center for Sports Medicine that garments engineered to meet DuPont Lycra Power® Compression Shorts standards ensure a competitive edge.  Research at Ball State concluded:  Through various mechanisms, these findings may translate into an effect on athletic performance and reduction of injury.  Pilot studies show Goode Wraps Power Compression Shorts with  external application of semiconductors may have a 5% additional positive effect on motor performance (kicking a foot ball and standing high jump).


LA Times - Some say compression garments can enhance performance by improving the body's awareness of motion


We have had only one person tell us he re-injured himself while wearing our shorts, he was a sprinter who pulled a quadriceps muscle, and he told us the story while ordering another pair.

Hexagonal Self-adhesive Tapes  --   HexTapes

A new product just available designed for trigger points or hard to reach muscles, gout  toes, heels, foot and finger knuckles.  Reduces varicose vein symptoms.  Small self adhesive tapes about the size of a dime.  A package of five sheets with 23 HexTapes on each page for only 20.00  ( Read This).  These Tapes are amazing.                                                                                             

 

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We have excellent comments from clients using the HexTapes for muscle trigger points.

 

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Time to Abandon the "Tendinitis" Myth

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

Tendinitis 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 tendinitis 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 tendinitis 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.

If general practitioners, orthopedic surgeons, and other members of the healthcare professions treating tendon disorders made a quantum shift from previous flawed teaching about overuse tendinitis and adopted these data there would be immediate ramifications.

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

Goode Wraps Relieve Pain, Swelling and Stiffness by Relaxing Muscles

Philosophy and Application

DR. MERCOLA'S COMMENT:

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.

 

See the Goode Wraps Home Page for university research and user testimonials.

 

 


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Goode Wraps are not intended for sole treatment of injury or disease. Consult a physician for treatment of any pain or inflammation that is severe or that lasts for more than a few days.

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