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Combination Therapy?
« on: February 20, 2014, 11:15:05 AM »
I read on your website that using both of your products is more effective than just using one or the other. Is this true for any condition? Does it depend on how old the injury is?

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Re: Combination Therapy?
« Reply #1 on: February 20, 2014, 03:41:58 PM »
Hi RoadRunner,

The most effective treatment for any soft tissue injury will include both the BFST and ColdCure. This is because soft tissue injuries cause inflammation which constricts blood flow and delays the recovery. It is important to get the inflammation down with cold in order to allow blood flow in the affected area to improve. Once circulation has increased the BFST will then encourage a greater flow bringing more oxygen and nutrients to the damaged tissues.

Both products are beneficial to new and old injuries; following an injury or a surgery you definitely want cold compression therapy which the ColdCure provides as there is likely to be substantial swelling and inflammation. After this initial period and with older injuries it is important to avoid re-aggravating the injury as this will cause the inflammation to return and choke off the blood supply to the tissues. When a re-aggravation does occur you should temporarily stop treatments with the BFST and use the ColdCure to reduce the inflammation as quick as possible.

I hope this helps!