Emerging trends point toward combining traditional treatments with new, noninvasive technologies for successful pain management and restoration of function. A feature for Physical Therapy Products by Rushi Shahiwala, PT.
Category: Topical Analgesics
Female athletes have a higher incidence of musculoskeletal injuries than men, but a gender-specific approach to pain management helps them optomize recovery and get back to competition. A feature for the January 2018 issue of Physical Therapy Products by Catherine A. Grumbein, PT, DPT.Read More
Physical therapy, knee joint injections, and topical creams may be underused among osteoarthritis (OA) patients to help treat their pain and other symptoms, according to research that recently appeared in Arthritis Care & Research.Read More
Clarity Science has released a report, published in Journal of Pain Research, that includes results from a study evaluating patients with chronic pain who were treated with topical analgesics.Read More
Performance Health announces the launch of a new website called, “Safer Pain Relief,” as well as a campaign featuring NFL quarterback Drew Brees and others, to help build awareness of non-opioid pain relief options—especially those with fewer risks.Read More
Drew Brees, quarterback for the New Orleans Saints, joins Performance Health in its campaign, called “Safer Pain Relief,” to help inform Americans about existing, non-prescription solutions for pain relief.Read More
With the proper equipment, knowledge, and skills, the home care physical therapist is in a unique
position to provide excellent individualized care. A feature for Physical Therapy Products by Timothy L. Kauffman, PhD, PT, FGSA, FAPTA, and Lori A. Eberly, PT, DPT, ATC.
New to the marketplace is Biofreeze Professional, an analgesic that is based on the original Biofreeze formula but with what its manufacturer, Performance Health, notes are optimized ingredients and a smoother application with fast absorption.Read More