Pain Relief Cream
Does Pain Relief Cream work on Tendonitis problems?
That's a great question.
WARNING!: This page is purely my opinions from a decade of experience treating all forms of Tendonitis.
If you look around the internet, you'll find people that say it worked for them.
Great. More power to 'em.
I've never met a personal friend or client that had any real benefit from using a Pain Relief Cream.
Temporary pain relief, sometimes. Cure, fix, or heal the problem? No.
Should You Try A Pain Relief Cream?
Well, other than the cost, it can't hurt to try.
At best it will make some of your pain go away.
But in no way, shape, or form will it cure your Tendonitis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Tennis Elbow or Golfers elbow, Wrist tendonitis, Whiplash, Achilles Tendonitis, etc.
Personally and Professionally, I see no evidence that they work, and it makes sense that they wouldn't.
You'll notice that I don't offer any for sale on this website....because I don't think they work.
I'm interested in providing you with a 'fix'. Something to heal what is ailing you.
Why might they work?
It's all about -distraction-.
Whether hot or cold, Pain Relief Cream like BenGay, IcyHot, Tiger Balm, and others create chemical reactions that, in essence, irritate your skin.
This irritation blocks out pain signals competing for the same neuro-receptors.
There's nothing wrong with distraction, and lowering the sensation of pain.
But it's not a cure.
The irritation may bring blood to the area, and that is a positive thing. The more circulation the better.
All natural ingredients like Arnica get a thumbs up from me. Many of the creams have chemical ingredients that in general, I am not in favor of.
There are a lot of specific ingredients that are beneficial to some degree or other, but if you want more than just pain reduction, if you want to fix your 'problem' and heal yourself, then you need the RIGHT information.
You'll find the RIGHT information on TendonitisExpert.com
Things that help a little or not at all, you'll find elsewhere.
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