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Neck Injury Treatment

Here's How to Heal:

In order to get your tendonitis or injured tendon fully healed as fast and effectively as possible, you need to treat the injury. Painkillers and anti-inflammatories DO NOT help you heal and can even make the healing process longer, and having surgery will mean long-term consequences and prevent full recovery. Instead, you need to alleviate the swelling and discomfort, then promote bloodflow to the area to heal the injury.

It's recommended you use ColdCure® and BFST® (Blood Flow Stimulation Therapy™) wraps. Both are high quality medical devices that set the industry standard for injury treatment.

Here's what you need to do:


BFST® Repairs the Tissue

Using advanced technology, Blood Flow Stimulation Therapy™ (BFST®) medical devices promote increased circulation, accelerating the healing process to the next level. Blood flow is crucial to fast tissue repair! Use BFST® to heal the tissue after your swelling.

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ColdCure® Treats the Pain

ColdCure® cold packs relieve pain and reduce inflammation after your injury. These wraps can hold the cold longer than other cold wraps using RigiGel® technology which also distributes cold evenly over the injured area. Cold is much safer than ice, which is too cold and can burn skin.

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Certified Medical Devices

ColdCure® and BFST® Wraps are FDA registered, and are certified safe medical treatments for neck injuries. You can rest easy knowing you are using only professional treatment to heal your injury.


The Ultimate Solution

Recovery can be easy if you use the right treatment. Simply follow these steps to get you and your injury on the road to fast recovery.

Step One: Reduce the Swelling

To reduce the inflammation or pain following a neck injury, use a ColdCure® wrap for the best post-injury treatment. Before you can start healing, you need to make sure the swelling is gone. ColdCure® wraps, unlike other gels, hold their shape and spread the cold out evenly over the entire neck area. Cold is better than using ice, which burns the skin and is uncomfortable to wear. ColdCure® wraps are stored in the fridge and keep that cold in longer than other wraps, so you can wear it without switching out gels as often.

Step Two: Heal the Tissue

In order to heal quickly, you need to take action to accelerate the healing process. One of the best ways to do this is to improve your circulation. Better blood flow means that your body can deliver oxygen- and nutrient-rich blood to the injured neck, for the fastest treatment. A Blood Flow Stimulation Therapy™ (BFST®) Wrap offer the best solution, as it penetrates deep under the skin to the damaged tissue.

REMEMBER: If you are still experiencing swelling, you need to reduce the inflammation before using BFST® to heal the tissue. Using heat or BFST® before the swelling in your neck has gone down will only make your injury worse. Do not combine cold and hot treatments at the same time.


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Comfortable High Quality Wraps

Both wraps uphold a high standard of comfort. Each is made of soft, high quality Neoprene and crafted specifically for neck injuries. These devices are shaped with your injury in mind. The ColdCure® gel itself is no ordinary design. It is made to surround the entire injured area, enveloping it with the pain relieving power of RigiGel®. The BFST's® patented Energy Web® is also designed to provide coverage across the whole injury, and improves circulation throughout the area.

These wraps work great for:

For more a more in-depth explanation of the functions of these wraps, we recommend browsing the ColdCure® and BFST® website.

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Forum Content from the Health Care Company King Brand®

When to start BFST from cold therapy?

Hello,

I notice all of the BFST products indicate to not use them until pain and inflammation have been reduced. Isn't it possible that inflamation can be gone but you can still have pain? (depending on the issue) What i'm getting at, is if i'm confident there's not much of a swelling problem (but even though there is still some pain) would using these products still be safe and effective? Or would it just potentially increase/revive inflammation?

I have a ligament/tendon issue onthe inside of my ankle - not positive which. (my podiatrist said an MRI would be a waste of money since treatement would be teh same - keeping it immobilized) I initally had 'nerver' pain due to compression and was getting cortisone shots for a while. But now that pain is gone and i'm just experiencing 'normal' pain - so that's why I'm wondering if i'm at an appropriate stange to stray from cold to possibly your BFST product.

Thanks for any insights,
Jim

Re: When to start BFST from cold therapy?

Hi Jim. Thank you for your enquiry.

Yes, it is possible that the pain will still reside once the inflammation is gone. We want to ensure more than anything that most of the inflammation is down before starting the BFST treatments. Usually once the inflammation comes down the pain will subside slightly, but yes you are right, not always. In cases like this, we recommend that you do at least 2-3 days of cold therapy before starting the BFST just to ensure most of the inflammation is down, even if the pain is still there.

Even with some pain still present, the treatment will be safe and effective. If you feel an discomfort during or after a treatment however, that will be a sign that there is still quite a bit of inflammation present, so you would stop and go back to the cold for a couple days.

I'm glad to hear that most of your pain is gone. As long as you have done some cold, you'll be fine to start up the BFST.

I'm wishing you all the best! Contact us if you need anything. We're always here to support you through your treatment.

Kind regards,
Amber

Re: When to start BFST from cold therapy?

Thank you Amber! Very helpful - I guess my last question is I want to make that the front-side ankel BFST will fit. My issue is on the side of the ankle - at basically the back corner of the foot. I see this wrap has an open 'heel' so could I still position it in a way to get enough coverage for that back 'corner' area to be effective? (I think my issue is the posterior tibal tendon and/or the calcaneofibular ligament)

Thanks,
Jim

Re: When to start BFST from cold therapy?

Hello Jim,

You may wish to consider looking at the Achilles Wraps.  Although they do predominantly cover the lower back of the calf (down to the heel) they do also cover the sides of the ankle.  This may help to target your injury more accurately. 

We wish you all the best with your recovery and please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any more questions.

Kind regards,
Helen

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