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Swelling and Stiffness is relieved by relaxing muscles to reduce stress on tendons

CHONDROMALACIA
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“Please send another knee wrap!  I keep trading legs!  Got it and couldn’t believe it could actually work.”

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From: Eileen P.
Subject: Thank You


I wanted to let you know what a wonderful product your knee wrap is.  I have a 14 year daughter who plays basketball, volleyball and softball (at the same time) and was suffering from chondromalacia.  I ordered one of the knee pain wraps and in 3 days the swelling was completely gone.  From time to time it will reoccur and ache 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 the Chondromalacia.  It is a great product for my child and I will continue to recommend it to all of my friends.

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Chondromalacia is pain under the knee cap.  It is possible to strengthen and stretch certain muscles to better the tracking for your knee cap.  The inside muscle of the quadriceps is the vastus medialis.  This is activated when your knee is tightened in the straight position. That is why straight leg raising with Leg weights are very beneficial for Chondromalacia 

Strengthening through a bending position activates the larger, lateral muscle of the quadriceps, when this muscle is strong it further pulls the knee cap more laterally, thus further aggravating the condition. There is more compression to the knee cap the further you bend, therefore deep squatting is not advisable.  If the lateral hip muscles are tight, they will have an affect on the knee cap.  So stretch the hip and hamstrings.  Poor foot mechanics such as excessive foot pronation will adversely affect the position of the knee cap.  Orthotics or change of foot wear may dramatically help knee pain.

 

GLUCOSAMINE AND CHONDROITIN SULFATE - FEDERAL STUDY

Study Assumption;   It is commonly belied that Glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate have been considered effective to relieve knee pain caused by osteoarthritis.  The study brief concluded:

The osteoarthritis study performed at Texas Tech University and University of Texas, Graduate School for Nursing - Osteoarthritis Pain Study Reports:

Osteoarthritis, a chronic degenerative joint disease affecting an estimated 16 million Americans, produces symptoms of joint pain and stiffness.  Symptom abatement by traditional therapies is often ineffective and/or harmful to Osteoarthritis patients.  These patients seek alternative therapies which are safe, effective, and provide a measure of self-care.

Summary:

T-test analyses of data demonstrated a moderate decrease in osteoarthritis joint pain after two hours for both the study and placebo groups and a significant decrease in osteoarthritis pain in only the study 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 HexTape as compared to subjects receiving the placebo therapy.

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REGULAR Knee Pain 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 14-to-17 inches.
45.00 each  

LARGE Knee Pain 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 17-to-21 inches.
50.00 each 

 

Children's Chondromalacia Ankle Wrap for Knee Pain and Ache

Photo of Ankle WrapSmall Knee Pain Wrap
This tube wrap pulls on over your foot and ankle. The Ankle Wrap can also be used as a Small Knee Wrap or Small Elbow Wrap.  Just rotate the cut-out heel area away from the pain.
This wrap will fit if the circumference of you is 7-to-14 inches.
45.00 each 

 

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The following are a number of causes of knee pain.  Our Goode Wraps have proven effective for all of the described knee pain conditions.  Our product relaxes muscles to reduce stress on tendons without the use medicine, drugs or magnets.  It is truly an amazing product.
Anterior cruciate ligament sprain

Spraining or  or rupturing the anterior cruciate ligament is generally caused by twisting the knee or an impact to the side of the knee.
Posterior cruciate ligament sprain

Hyperextension or bending the knee in a strained position may cause injury to the posterior cruciate ligament. 
CMP (Chondromalacia patellae) knee cap strain

The most common of all running injuries with knee pain originating from the patella or kneecap.  Overuse particularly when begin a new exercise.
Runners Knee (Iliotibial band syndrome)

A common knee injury among runners and cyclists to the outside of the knee caused by the iliotibial band rubbing on the outside of the knee and becoming inflamed.
Lateral Cartilage Meniscus Abnormality

This Knee injury involving pain on the inside of the knee similar to that in Iliotibial Band Friction Syndrome. The lateral meniscus becomes inflamed or has been injured by strain or stress.
Lateral Meniscus Tear / cartilage tear

The injury involving torn cartilage or meniscus tears inside the knee joint towards the outside of the knee.  This injury is caused by rotating the knee and rubbing the meniscus cushion. 
Lateral Ligament Sprain

Tears or sprain to the lateral ligament on the outside of the knee, often caused by impact to the inside of the knee which over stretches the ligament.

Medial Ligament Sprain

Sprain or tear to the medial colateral ligament of the knee. Often caused by impact to the outside of the knee.  One of many common knee injuries caused in contact sports such as football and rugby.

Medial Cartilage Meniscus Injury

Knee injury to the medial cartilage or meniscus causing knee pain to the inside of the knee.  Can be caused by twisting the knee, over flexing (bending) or over use

Inflammation of Quadriceps insertion at the Patella (tendinitis)

One of many knee injuries caused by over use.  The quadriceps tendon becomes inflamed and painful at the point it inserts into the patella or knee cap.
Jumpers knee (patella tendon inflammation / rupture)

Knee pain caused either by inflammation of the patella tendon or from a partial rupture of the tendon.
Bakers cyst (Popliteal cyst)

A prominent swelling at the back of the knee, often caused by some disorder within the knee joint.
Inflammation of hamstring tendons / tendinitis

Inflammation of the hamstring tendons as they insert into the knee.  An overuse knee injury causing knee pain.
Rupture of hamstring tendons / tendon strain

Knee pain caused by a rupture or partial rupture of one of the hamstring tendons.
Osgood Schlatters disease

An overuse knee injury mainly affecting young people undergoing a growth spurt.  Symptoms include knee pain below the knee on the tibial tuberosity which becomes worse with use.

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“I have a comment to make about the Goode Wrap pain product I received in the mail yesterday.   I ordered the large knee wrap.  I just wanted to say it is short of a miracle.  I wore it without the pain medication I had been prescribed.   It was an experiment.  I did not need my medicine.  It is an awesome product.�   

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Football2.gif (2304 bytes)What can you do about the Chondromalacia knee pain?
Anterior knee pain is a frequent musculoskeletal complaint affecting adolescent population.  Until late sixties posterior knee pain used to be associated with chanfromalacia knee pain.  This review discusses etiology and treatment of anterior knee pain.  Various etiologic theories exist ranging from trauma and patellar maltracking to retinacular nerves injury.  None of these theories has been generally accepted and etiology of patellofemoral ( chanlromalacia ) knee pain remains unclear.

 

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KNEE PAIN PATELLAR TENDINITIS
JUMPER'S KNEE  Vs.  CHONDROMALACIA

knee-diagram2.gif (29797 bytes)The big difference between the effects of Chondromalacia  and patellar tendinitis (tendinitis of the patella--the kneecap), is that tendinitis sufferers are much better able to locate the knee pain.  When you have tendinitis you can put a fingertip right on the spot whereas people with Chondromalacia may rub their fingers up, down, and around the knee to indicate where it hurts.  You can put the tip of a ballpoint pen right on the spot it's so tiny and specific that the pain just about levitate yourself into the air.  The spot is right at the bottom of the kneecap--hence the name, patellar tendinitis.  It's also called jumper's knee, as it was first described in the takeoff leg of high jumpers.  Basketball players probably have more tendinitis of the patella than anybody else.  Dancers and runners are also affected (and it's very hard to deal with in runners) and volleyball players.  Anyone who runs and jumps may suffer from it.  Like Chondromalacia, it begins hurting after your activity, then toward the end of the activity, then during, at the beginning, and finally all the time.  It sneaks up on you, first hurting then becoming painful.  It's not nearly as common as Chondromalacia-nothing is--- it's probably the second most frequent knee injury.

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Bob W, Engineer and Investment Banker - Good results in relieving Post Operation Knee Pain
"As you’ve probably already seen I’m recovering from a bilateral ACL reconstruction of both knees (patellar tendon auto-graphs.)  Needless to say my tendons have been a bit annoyed and ache by having their middle third cut out.  I’ve found a great product that has eliminated my patellar knee pain.  They do have University Research reports on-line, but being an engineer I figured I’d do my own research.  I used the wrap on my right knee and left my left knee as the control group.  I’ve been doing this for a little over a week and my right patellar tendon feels dramatically better (no more stiffness in the morning, or pain when I sit for long periods.)  The result of my extensive research: I’m going to get another wrap for my other knee.

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Jennifer D recovering from ACL surgery, posting to Bob’s WWWBoard.
"I definitely feel better.  I have been using my knee wrap for several days now and  less stiffness, aches  and pain after sitting for long periods.  I wear it during the day and sleep with it.  I would definitely endorse this product.  I expect to wear it to sleep until my ACL knee feels just like my other knee.

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Knee Pain Chondromalacia Ache Wraps

REGULAR Knee Pain 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 14-to-17 inches.
45.00 each  

LARGE Knee Pain 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 17-to-21 inches.
50.00 each 

 

Children's Chondromalacia Ankle Wrap for Knee Pain and Ache

Photo of Ankle WrapSmall Knee Pain Wrap
This tube wrap pulls on over your foot and ankle. The Ankle Wrap can also be used as a Small Shin Wrap or Small Elbow Wrap.  Just rotate the cut-out heel area away from the pain.
This wrap will fit if the circumference of you is 7-to-14 inches.
45.00 each 

 

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

They are premium 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, hips, 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.

These products have been clinically tested at five major Universities.  Click on a study that indicates your interest. Clinical testing from University of Kansas, Brigham Young University, Colorado State, University of Texas and Texas Tech University.


Subject:    Thank You

Date:     03/27/2003 4:36:12 PM Pacific Standard Time 

“I wanted you to know how satisfied and how much the knee wrap has relieved the pain in my right knee.   I can Bsktball2.gif (2375 bytes)now jog again.  My right knee was so painful and it hurt just to walk.   I could not even think about jogging and caused so much frustration.  I started surfing the web for knee braces/wraps to see if I could find some pain relief before I went to see a doctor about my knee.  I found your website and read about the people it has worked for and I said if it could work for them, it probably could work for me.  I was a bit skeptical at first, that simply a knee wrap could make the intense pain go away but after just 6 days of wearing it I was able to jog 2 miles.  It has been about a month since I have jogged and my knee felt great.  I want to say Thank You for such a marvelous product and I will definitely recommend this to everyone who has aches and pains throughout their body”. 


 

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