Dear Sir, I am writing to let everyone know how wonderfully the Inferno Wrap works! I'd been suffering with plantar fascitis for a month, I tried a splint, shoe inserts, rest, ice, stretching. It was improving, oh so slowly. However, once I got my Inferno Wrap, everything changed and within two days I was walking on my foot! I still get pain after being on my feet all night at work, and reapply the Wrap when I go home and am good to go again. It's a miracle! The fact that you have a money back guarantee makes it so safe to purchase. Thank you again, Loretta

Rating: Five Star Rating

Loretta Argue


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More Plantar Facts:


The plantar fascia supports the arch of the foot in carrying the weight of the body.


Approximately 90% of women and 40% of men with plantar fasciitis are overweight.


It frequently affects athletes, people who are on their feet all day and those over 40 years of age.


Among professional athletes, plantar fasciitis is one of the 5 most common foot and ankle injuries.


If left untreated the condition could become chronic and can lead to a host of other issues.


Most sufferers are able to overcome the pain with non-invasive therapy.


Night splints prevent contraction and stretch your plantar fascia while you sleep to help with pain.


Treatment includes avoiding the activity, icing the inflammation, gently stretching and warming the area.

 

I had Plantar Fasciitis for 6 months and had been to a podiatrist and orthopedic surgeon. All the calf stretching, night socks, and even the expensive orthopedic inserts in my shoes had not helped at all. The customer service team at the Mend Me Shop have given me far more specifics as to how I should stretch and what is going on with my foot than either doctor did. They also did not push all their products, but just the one that they felt would help my situation the most. I just finished the first three weeks of treatment and I feel about 90% healed. There is no pain when I first get up in the morning, nor when I wear my shoes with orthodics. I could not recommend Mend Me Shop or their products more highly.

Rating: Five Star Rating

Marion Wade


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How nice to receive a letter from your company. I appreciate your concern and the fact that you/your company care. I think you must be the only business that truly cares about it's clients. Thank you. Keep up the great job and I know you will be there for me if ever the need arises.

Rating: Five Star Rating

Judy McKean


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Repetitive Strain/Stress Injury (RSI)

Repetitive strain injury (RSI) is an injury of the nervous system and musculoskeletal structure. It is caused by repetitive use of one or more muscles and joints in the body when you perform the same action over and over again.

Repetitive moving, such as scrubbing or washing, can lead to a repetitive stress injury (RSI).

A repetitive stress injury usually occurs after the age of 30 and is a result of wear and tear from the overuse of muscles, tendons, joints and ligaments as you age. These repetitive motion injuries can occur in the shoulders, back, neck, hands, hips, wrists, elbows and lower limbs. It is a general term that refers to many conditions including (but not limited to) Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, de Quervain's Disease, Writer's Cramp, Vibration White Finger, Radial Tunnel Syndrome, bursitis, tendinitis (tendonitis), tenosynovitis, and trigger finger.

Repetitive strain injury (RSI) is very common and is referred to by other names including: repetitive stress injury, repetitive motion injury, repetitive motion disorder (RMD), cumulative trauma disorder (CT), occupational overuse syndrome, regional musculoskeletal disorder, and work related upper limb disorder (WRULD, ULD).

Repetitive Strain Injury Symptoms

  • Tenderness, swelling, and redness in the affected area.
  • Pain when you move the area that may cause you to wake throughout the night.
  • Numbness, stiffness, weakness or tingling in the affected muscles, tendons, joints and bones.
  • Discomfort brought on by a particular task that improves when it is stopped - i.e., when pain lessens or disappears over weekends or during holidays.

Repetitive Strain Injury Causes

  • Daily repetitive movements (usually longer than 2 hours per day) usually involved with working in a factory (sorting or assembling pieces), office (typing or clicking a mouse), or warehouse (lifting or twisting).
  • Poor posture while working at a desk or awkward positioning while performing tasks such as shoveling, sliding, lifting, and twisting frequently.
  • Kneeling during work everyday, like tiling or scrubbing floors, puts excess pressure on the knee tendons and bursa which can cause repetitive stress injuries.
  • Heavy loads and forceful exertion on bursae, muscles, tendons, joints, and ligaments that cause trauma or fatigue.
  • Frequent vibrations that cause blood vessels to constrict and impair circulation.
  • Repeating the same movement during a sport or leisure activity such as gardening.

Examples of Repetitive Strain Injury

  • Housemaid's Knee (pre-patellar bursitis) - long periods of time kneeling to tile or scrub a floor
  • Biceps tendinitis (tendonitis) - repeated scrubbing motion
  • De Quervain's Disease - repeated twisting of the wrist or pinching motions
  • Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) - forceful backward bending of the wrist when painting with a brush
  • Golfer's elbow (medial epicondylitis) - forceful forward or twisting motion of the wrist when pulling on ropes

RSI Treatments - What You Can Do!

If a repetitive stress injury (RSI) is detected early, there is a greater chance that the condition can be reversed and symptoms can be eased.

Success

If you have been diagnosed with RSI, it is recommended that you rest the injured body part from any aggravating factors, especially the task(s) that caused the condition. Your physician may also recommend painkillers/anti-inflammatories, physiotherapy, cold compression therapy, ultrasound therapy, Blood Flow Stimulation Therapy (BFST®) or even surgery in some cases.

We recommend that you consult your doctor and/or physiotherapist before using any of our outstanding products, to make sure they're right for you and your condition.

 
 
 

Plantar Fasciitis Facts:

Plantar Fasciitis is the inflammation of the ligament that runs along the arch of the foot.


This condition affects over 2 million Americans.


Sufferers experience an intense stabbing pain in the heel.


Heel spurs can be caused by plantar fasciitis.


50% of people with plantar fasciitis have heel spurs.


The pain is most severe in the morning after the tissue has contracted during sleep.

 

An effective treatment

Relieve the pain of plantar fasciitis with a cold compress

This universal leg wrap can increase healing rate of a shin, calf, groin, thigh, or hamstring

Freezie Leg wrap for cold compression of the shin, calf, groin, thigh, or hamstring

Blood Flow Stimulation Therapy with an Inferno Back wrap for the ultimate in sore back healing

Freeze Wrap Back - reduce back pain and swelling in sore, strained or overused muscles, especially in the lower back and trapezius muscles

Advanced relief from sprained wrist and carpal tunnel syndrome injuries

Freezie Wrap Wrist - efficient relief of swelling and pain from a wrist injury or carpal tunnel syndrome

Mendmeshop Customer Service for Chronic Knee Problem Treatment Recommendations