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Author Archives: Tom Parker

Elastic Bandages: a Thing of the Past

Many of us are familiar with the RICE (Rest Ice Compression Elevation) method of treating an acute injury, such as an ankle sprain. The compression component of this method is intended to help reduce swelling and inflammation, as well as increase blood flow to the injured tissues, tendons, and/or muscles. For years, many people have […]

Which is Better for Me: a Knee Brace or a Knee Sleeve?

We receive many questions about the various types of knee braces and knee supports that are available on the market today. There are several types of knee braces that provide a myriad of stability, support, and pain relief for individuals. We recommend that you discuss with your doctor the type of knee brace that would […]

Common Shoulder Injuries and How to Get Relief

Thanks for telling us about your shoulder pain.  Stay tuned… you’ll be getting more information via email on solutions to help your pain.  In the meantime, we thought you might find this blog article interesting… We are always careful not to give medical advice. Please seek a medical evaluation for prolonged or severe pain.

Sitting All Day Can Equate to Shoulder Pain

Many back pain sufferers struggle with what’s causing their pain, not realizing that extensive sitting each day could be the main culprit. In fact, according to a 2012 study from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys, as many as 70% of people spend six or more hours sitting down each day. It’s likely that the excessive sedentary lifestyles that […]

Studies and Testimonials Prove Compression Relieves Arthritis Pain

According to the Arthritis Foundation, about 54 million adults have doctor-diagnosed arthritis, with the most common type of arthritis being osteoarthritis, which affects an estimated 31 million Americans.  The numbers will continue to grow, according the Foundation, as the number of people expected to have doctor-diagnosed arthritis by the year 2040 is more than 78 million. With […]

We Advocate for Change.

Wimbledon 2018 is coming to a close.  As tennis players and avid fans, we love to watch the grand slam tournaments. The pomp, the circumstance, the prestige – all of it makes for great tennis.  However, it’s becoming more and more difficult to watch how injuries are plaguing the professional players with each passing tournament. 

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