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Goode Wraps reduce Tendinitis pain, swelling and stiffness
associated with elbow or wrist pain by relaxing muscles and tendons

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Dr. Tom R.

“A proposed hypothesis: there is no such thing as Tendinitis or bursitis.  Or, if they do exist, they are like Baptist nuns: theoretically possible, but extraordinarily scarce.  Tendinitis 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 Tendinitis or bursitis, I have found trigger point activity referring pain into the area in question, and have been able to resolve the problem by treating the trigger points and assigning ergonomic adjustments, stretches and moist heat (heat is also contraindicated for inflammations).”

 

Eric Sanders, Professional Football Player.
"I first used the elbow wrap seven days after undergoing elbow surgery for a serious nerve condition in my right elbow. By this time there was considerable swelling in the joint area and lower arm. Twenty-four hours after applying the elbow wrap, I noticed a significant reduction in both swelling and pain in my elbow and the surrounding area. I am convinced that the elbow wrap that I applied had some direct involvement in reducing the pain swelling in my arm. Actually, I believe that if I had this wrap immediately after undergoing surgery, the effects would have been even more dramatic."

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Elbow Wraps/ Tennis Elbow, Tendinitis

SMALL Elbow Wrap
This is a tube wrap that pulls on over your hand up to your elbow.  This Wrap can do double duty as a Regular Ankle Wrap.  It is the wrap to choose if the circumference of your arm at the elbow is 7-to-13 inches.
45.00 each 
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REGULAR Elbow Wrap
This tube wrap pulls on over your hand up to your elbow.  It can also function as a Regular Knee Wrap or Regular Shin Wrap.  To use this wrap, the circumference of your arm at the elbow should be 12-to-18 inches.
45.00 each   Order Regular Elbow Wrap

LARGE Elbow Wrap
This tube wrap pulls on over your hand up to your elbow.  It can also be used as a Large Knee Wrap.  This wrap will fit you if the circumference of your arm at the elbow is 18-to-23 inches.
50.00 each   Order Large Elbow Wrap

“Wrist wrap arrived safely today to Palm Bay, Fl.  I’m happy!   I have a feeling I will be ordering another one soon.”    Thanks, Mary
Wrist Wraps / Carpal Tunnel, Wrist Pain

Photo of Tube Wrist Wrap Tube Wrist Wrap      Unisex but mainly for women.  This is a pull-on band for small to medium sized wrists with a circumference of 5-to-8 inches.  Can also be used as a wrap for small ankles.
30.00 each  Order Small Wrist Wrap

Photo of Adjustable Wrist Wrap Adjustable Wrist Wrap
This wrap has a Velcro™ closure to accommodate a larger wrist.  Fits wrists with a circumference of 7-1/2 to 9 inches.
25.00 each  Order Large Wrist Wrap

 

Pain Study

Excerpts from Pain Study being prepared for publication by a large Western University

METHODOLOGY

A group of 32 injury victims were selected from two locations. One a pain clinic where the injuries ranged from sports trauma to falls, and two "old injuries acting up." The other location was an athletic training center at a large Western University during basketball, volleyball, and track seasons. The injuries involved were strains, sprains, and trauma from falls, etc. There were no broken bones or deep cuts.

Baseball2_3.gif (2591 bytes)The subjects were randomly assigned to two groups, red or blue. All subjects were required to sign a consent form in order to join the study, however, neither the subject nor the trainer/nurse/physician knew whether red or blue was experimental or control. Each subject was asked—and agreed—not to ingest any type of analgesic or other pain medication nor obtain any other methods of treatment for their injury while participating in this study.

Results - the perceived levels of pain were calculated by subtracting the perceived level at each reporting time from the original perception:

  • Thirty minutes - all control group subjects felt worse or no change. 31% of the treatment groups felt somewhat better. Significance of .024.
  • Two hours - control group subjects continued to feel worse or the same. 56% of treatment group felt significant improvement. Significance is .003.
  • 24 hours - 25% of control had some improvement. 63% of treatment group had significant improvement.
  • Three days - 30% of control group had slight improvement. 88% of treatment group had moderate to great improvement.
  • Seven days - 33% of control group subjects had again slight improvement. 91% of treatment group subjects had great to total improvement. Significance is .004.

What are Goode Wraps?

They are elasticized compression shorts or sports wraps.  Each of these is impregnated with a unique blend of natural rare-earth semiconductors.  Goode Wraps are available for the hip, groin, foot, ankle, knee, elbows, and wrist.  In fact, the semiconductors can be added to almost any cloth like material. 

What are they used for?

Primarily to control pain, swelling and stiffness.  They are ideal for tired aching muscles or joints from sporting activity, exercise and repetitive stress injuries.  The Goode Wraps help the muscles regain strength and prevent or lessen the sharp pain in joints from tendon stress.

In reality, pain in the elbow or wrist jonts can be nothing more serious than referred pain from myofascial trigger points (tiny contraction knots) in the muscles of the hip and thigh.  Even when the elbow or wrist joint has suffered a verifiable physical injury, trigger points in associated muscles always contribute a major part of the pain.  Referred pain can be every bit as intense and debilitating as pain from a damaged joint.

Some researchers suspect that trigger points may actually be the root cause of true osteoarthritis and other kinds of joint deterioration.  This is because muscles afflicted with trigger points become shortened and stiff.  When this happens, even normal movement puts undue strain on muscle attachments at the joints, which can eventually result in damage to connective tissue and distortion of the joints themselves.

 

Is there anything similar on the market?

Not in the United States.  Only in Japan and Belgium.  Goode Wraps are the only products of this type to be made available here and the process is patented in Japan and the United States.                           

No Magnets, Chemicals or Drugs

 

 

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

 

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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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