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General Discussion / Baker's Cyst
« on: May 14, 2018, 03:19:18 PM »
I am so thankful that I found your website 3 years ago. My first purchase was for Insertional Achilles Tendonitis and I was very skeptical in my purchase, but I did so because of the great money back guarantee and the support that I received by phone and through email.

Now I am dealing with a Bakers Cyst. Another ailment that I have never heard of! I love that the shopping cart comes pre-loaded with everything that I needed. I was confused at first getting a leg wrap because it was my knee that was injured but reading through the website it eventually made sense. I've now been icing for a week and I'm seeing a little bit of improvement and I'm anxious to use the BFST but I know that I can't until I get all of the swelling behind my knee under control. Is there any creams or lotions I can use to help speed that up?

I haven't figured out how to put the tape on by myself. It's quite challenging because I can't see the back of my knee. Does anyone have any suggestions?

I just wanted to say thank you again for the great products that you sell.

-Steph

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General Discussion / Re: Insertional Achilles Tendonitis
« on: March 06, 2015, 03:40:50 PM »
Thanks Ashley for answering my questions.

The one thing that I'm still not sure of, is what the difference is between Insertional Achilles Tendonitis, and Achilles Tendonitis. There should be a difference if it has a different name? Do you have a page on your website that supports it? I understand that it's your job to sell your products, but do you honestly think that I need both? Why is your BFST so expensive? Why can't I just go out and buy a heating pad for a fraction of the price?

I look forward to your continued help on this matter.

Steph109

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General Discussion / Insertional Achilles Tendonitis
« on: March 06, 2015, 02:09:13 PM »
Hi! I am new to the forum. I've been doing a lot of research online and some on your website over the last couple days. I've been diagnosed with Insertional Achilles Tendonitis. I have been told to do physio, to stretch out the Achilles tendon and continue as normal with pain killers and ice to help me get through the day. I have been reading a lot on the internet and have come across a lot of pages that support that, including the purchase of a night splint to help with the pain.

My question to you, is that why do you not support physio or the use of night splints or pain killers? How do your products help without these proven methods?

I understand your concept of having optimal blood flow, and it will help heal your injury better, but I am quite surprised that with all the topics you cover, I haven't been able to find any documents that tie in to Insertional Achilles Tendonitis. How would you support the healing of this injury?

I am quite active and would love to get back to my workout routine! I haven't been able to work out for quite some time now!

Thanks for your help in advance,
Steph 8)

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