Time to put the pain to an end!

This is the perfect alternative to taking pain pills. Topical products are a much more safe method to relieve pain and skin irritations. If you feel that you are a great candidate for our products please submit the form below.

Pain Management

image5

Treatment & Care

Pain is complex, so there are many treatment options -- medications, therapies, and mind-body techniques. Learn the benefits and risks of each, including addiction. 

  1. Treating Chronic Pain - Medications, mind-body techniques, and acupuncture can help relieve chronic pain. Learn about your options.
  2. Natural Pain Relief - Lifestyle changes, physical therapy, counseling -- in addition to medication or surgery, these can also bring pain relief. 
  3. Chiropractic Care for Pain - This hands-on therapy has been shown to help in treating neck pain and headaches. 

image6

Topical Pain Relief: Creams, Gels, and Rubs

When your joints are painful or your muscles ache, topical pain killers -- those you apply to your skin -- may offer relief. You'll find many products for topical pain relief at your local drugstore.

Here are some popular options and what you need to know if you'd like to give them a try.


Topical pain killers, or analgesics, are sprayed on or rubbed into the skin over painful muscles or joints. Although are all designed to relieve pain, different products use different ingredients. Here are the most common ingredients found in products available without a prescription.

image7

Eczema | Skin Rash | Allergic Reaction

Dermatitis: inflammation of the skin. eczema: a chronic skin disorder that includes itchy, scaly rashes. psoriasis: an autoimmune disease that causes skin redness and irritation, usually in the form of plaques. dermatographism: a raised, red, itchy rashcaused by pressure on the skin.

image8

Therapeutic Injections

 Injections are a nonsurgical treatment option for acute or chronic neck or back pain. They are considered to treat spinal pain after other nonsurgical measures such as medications and/or physical therapy have been tried, but before surgery is considered. Injections can provide pain relief and help determine the source of a patient’s pain.

Vertebral Compression Fractures?

image9

Is Kyphoplasty right for you?

Kyphoplasty is a minimally invasive surgery used to treat a spinal compression fracture. Spinal compression fractures occur primarily in spinal vertebrae that have been weakened by osteoporosisSay something interesting about your business here.

image10

The Procedure

  • A tube is inserted through a half inch cut in the back into the damaged vertebrae. X-rays help ensure the accuracy of the procedure.
  • A thin catheter tube -- with a balloon at the tip -- is guided into the vertebra.
  • The balloon is inflated to create a cavity in which liquid bone cement is injected.
  • The balloon is then deflated and removed, and bone cement is injected into the cavity.
  • The cement mixture hardens in about 10 minutes.

image11

Common Causes of Vertebral Compression Fractures

  • Osteoporosis
  • Kyphosis
  • Hemangioma
  • Multiple myeloma
  • Metastatic bone disease