Tendonitis is an irritation or inflammation of the tendon, which is a strong band that attaches muscle to bone. Tendonitis can be caused by repetitive motion or with sudden impact or strain to the affected limb.
What Can You Do?
Tendonitis can prevent you from doing every day tasks. It can make you unable to take part in the activities that you love. In order to heal your tendonitis, and get back to your life you need to purchase ColdCure and BFST Wraps to relieve the pain and swelling of your tendonitis. This is the first step of the healing process. Once you’ve got the swelling under control, with the use of the ColdCure wrap, you can start doing BFST treatments. The BFST Wrap stimulates blood flow in the affected area, working to actively heal your damaged tissues.
ColdCure and BFST medical devices are the ultimate treatment solution for your tendonitis. Every ColdCure and BFST wrap is custom designed for the body part that you’re treating. Whether it be Foot Tendonitis, Achilles Tendonitis, or Ankle Tendonitis, there is a custom wrap so each treatment is comfortable and properly suited for the injured area.
Combination Therapy means using ColdCure and BFST in Combination by alternating treatments. Combination Therapy is much more effective than using just one product or the other, especially for people who are active. This is because you’re getting the pain and swelling relief of ColdCure, plus the healing benefits of BFST, resulting in the best treatment for your tendonitis.
Prior to any exercise, doing a BFST treatment will be beneficial. This will warm up and lubricate the tendon, making sure that you are less likely to injure yourself during any form of physical activity. This does not mean that you are unable to injure yourself, so please listen to your body and stop if you feel pain.
After exercise, a ColdCure treatment will help reduce any inflammation that may have developed during exercise. This is important as internal inflammation will block the blood flow, and will in turn slow down the healing process. It is important to note that inflammation may not always be visible, so it’s important to listen to your body. Whenever the pain is increased, there’s a good chance that inflammation is present.