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tompat75

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Turf Toe
« on: June 13, 2013, 07:47:04 PM »
What products & treatment are suggested for a turf toe injury involving a ligament tear?

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Re: Turf Toe
« Reply #1 on: June 14, 2013, 09:26:22 AM »
Hi Tompat75,

Thank you for your post.

To begin treating your turf toe, you should apply ColdCure Foot Wrap for at least 48 hours; the ColdCure Foot wrap will help alleviate any swelling, inflammation and acute pain from the injury. Keeping off your foot and reducing all activities temporarily will assist in reducing the swelling and inflammation.

Once you have eliminated the swelling and inflammation, you should begin treatments with our BFST Foot wrap; the BFST Foot wrap will stimulate your bodies natural to heal, by sending high amounts of oxygen and nutrients to your foot. The BFST is an excellent treatment for soft tissue injuries. The increased blood flow to your foot will allow your ligament an opportunity to heal.

Both products use in combination will allow you to return to activity sooner, and will help prevent further re-injury.

Thank you for your post, and if you have time today, give us a call so we can further explain the treatment options, and our combo therapy. Toll free - 1-877-661-5239

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Re: Turf Toe
« Reply #2 on: July 02, 2013, 08:34:00 PM »
O.K I will try to call. What's confusing is that all wraps I see on your web site for feet are open at the toe.

I'm not sure how the treatment would be concentrated or even reach the affected Big Toe area?

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Re: Turf Toe
« Reply #3 on: July 03, 2013, 09:02:36 AM »
tompat75,

It is always best to call in and speak to one of our customer service representatives.

However both (BFST & ColdCure) foot wraps measure 9 inches in length, or a size 9.5 (U.S Shoe Size). Specifically with the BFST, the stimulated blood would circulate throughout your entire foot, when applied, helping your torn ligament heal over time, and naturally. When concerning the ColdCure wrap, the gels may be moved towards the toe or the heal, and would affect the underside of the applied area. Alternatively, the ColdCure Wrist wrap is much more maneuverable and could be wrapped around the toes to target specifically the large toe.

Again, please call us so we can better understand your specific case, and we can help you make the right decision.

Thank you for your post tompat75!

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