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Goode Wraps reduce pain, swelling and stiffness

by Relaxing Muscles surrounding the Wrist

WRIST LIGAMENT PAIN - SORE WRIST

STRESS - STRAIN - TENDINITIS INJURY

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Dr. Rudy J., Director Psychological Services.
"By nature, I’m a skeptic. When my brother-in-law suggested I try an elastic band for my wrist 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."

 

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New self adhesive tapes have been added to our inventory.  These can be used separately or in conjunction with the wrist wrap.  These tapes are also very effective when used on finger joints.  Call 1-888-972-7200 for information.

Wrist pain and stiffness is generally is caused by muscle cramps. These usually occur when a muscle tries to do more work than it has the strength and flexibility to handle. As a result, most people have experienced a cramped fingers, wrist, shoulder, calf, biceps, hand or other muscle at some time.

Another cause can be dehydration. Muscle cells are made up of 80 percent fluids, so they need to be replenished constantly. A combination of overwork and dehydration can be more devastating.

Wrist pain and stiffness can be relieved by relaxing the muscles to put less stress on tendons and ligaments.

When the muscle is irritated, it cramps to protect the area of difficulty. People who overuse their muscles during the day sometimes wake up at night with cramps.  The best way to avoid a cramp is to warm up and stretch before and after exercise and stay hydrated.  You can also use a Goode Wrap and avoid most all your problems.

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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. Men can stretch them easily
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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 wrist can be nothing more serious than referred pain from myofascial trigger points (tiny contraction knots) in the muscles of the arm or back. Even when wrist 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.                           

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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, wrist 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.

Some pockets of the sports medicine, orthopedics, and rheumatology specialties have adopted this paradigm, 2-4 10 but it must no longer remain within that cabal. It is time for medical educators to accept the irrefutable evidence that the term tendinitis must be abandoned to highlight a new perspective on tendon disorders. Adopting the tendinopathy paradigm is essential if general practitioners are to practice evidence based medicine.

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 oral 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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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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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.

These products have not been pre-cleared by FDA although applications have been filed and will be reviewed shortly based on promising scientific research. Only FDA can conclude that a medical device is safe and effective for an intended use.

 

 

 

 

 

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