Patella Tendinitis is relieved by Goode Wraps 

 

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PATELLA TENDINITIS TENDONITIS

Patella - Patellar

Goode Wraps reduce Achilles Tendinitis Pain, Swelling, Inflammation and Stiffness ny Relaxing Muscles.   No Medicine, Drugs of Magnets

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From: Eileen P.  To: "'sota@macrocap.com/goode'"
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 patella tendinitis.  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 the patella tendinitis.  It is a great product for my child and I will continue to recommend it to all of my friends". 

Achilles Tendinitis - ("Achilles" from Greek mythology)

Achilles tendinitis is a condition wherein the Achilles tendon, at or near its insertion to the posterior aspect of the calcaneus, becomes inflamed and causes pain. The Achilles tendon is one of the longest and strongest tendons in the body. It is avascular and therefore slow to heal. The Achilles tendon is formed in the lower third of the posterior aspect of the tibia. Two muscles join to form the Achilles tendon: The Gastrocnemius which originates on the posterior aspect of the femur, and the Soleus which originates on the posterior aspect of the upper third of the tibia. The Achilles Tendon is an anti-pronator. Achilles tendinitis is difficult to cure.

University of Kansas, Brigham Young University, Colorado State, University of Texas at San Antonio and Texas Tech University

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Photo of Ankle WrapONE SIZE FITS ALL (or most!)
This tube wrap pulls on over your foot and ankle.  It has the toes and heel open so you can wear it with your own stockings.  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 instep and ankle are both 7-to-13 inches.
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PATELLAR TENDENITIS (JUMPER'S KNEE)

One of the big differences between the effects of patellar tendenitis (that is, tendenitis of the patella--the kneecap), and chondromalacia is that tendenitis sufferers are much better able to locate the pain. Whereas people with chondromalacia 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. It's also called jumper's knee, as it was first described in the takeoff leg of high jumpers. But it turns out that basketball players probably have more jumper'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.

Pain Study

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

METHODOLOGY

A group of 32 injury victims with pain 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 injuries included tendenitis, tendenitis, spains, strains and muscle strees." The other location was an athletic training center at a large Western University during basketball, volleyball, and track seasons. The injuries and pain involved were strains, sprains, and trauma from falls, etc, of knees, ankles, shoulders and arms. There were no broken bones or deep cuts.

The subjects were randomly assigned to two groups, red or blue. 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 or pain 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 pain perception:

Thirty minutes - all control group subjects felt worse pain or no change. 31% of the treatment groups felt somewhat less pain. Significance of .024.

Two hours - control group subjects continued to feel pain worse or the same. 56% of treatment group felt significant improvement. Significance is .003.

24 hours - 25% of control had some reduction in pain. 63% of treatment group had significant pain reduction.

Three days - 30% of control group had slight pain reduction. 88% of treatment group had moderate to great pain reduction.

Seven days - 33% of control group subjects had again slight reduction in pain. 91% of treatment group subjects had great to total pain reduction. Significance is .004.

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