November 2015 | Real Time Pain Relief

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November 2015

Is Your Posture Causing Your Runner’s Knee?

Watch out of your posture it can affect your knees!Doctors believe that a runner’s posture can be a factor in the development of Runner’s Knee. If a runner has weak hip stabilizers, the body naturally compensates to stabilize the pelvis by rotating the thigh inward. This causes the pelvis and thigh to tilt, pinches the knee between the bones, and causes damage to the cartilage.

Do You Know When To Apply Ice or Heat Therapy To An Injury?

Hot and cold therapy to fight painI am sure that everyone has heard to either ice an injury or apply a heat pack, but did you know that there is a wrong time to apply Heat Therapy? If your injury has inflammation, you do not want to apply Heat because it causes the blood vessels to dilate and release more pain and inflammation causing agents to the site of the injury.

RTPR Partners with Veterans Warrior Hike

<span class='notranslate'>Real Time Pain Relief</span> SponsorshipReal Time Pain Relief (RTPR), makers of the popular rub-on pain relief lotion and products since 1998, announced today they are proud to enter an agreement with Warrior Hike, an outdoor therapy program designed to support veterans transitioning from military service by hiking America’s National Scenic Trails.

Don’t Let An Ankle Injury End Your Dance Career

Most Common Dance injuriesAnkle Injuries are most likely the number one impairment for dancers. Ankle injuries combined with foot injuries “accounts for up to 57% of all dance injuries.” Since so many dancers invest long hours into training and practicing, overuse is typically the culprit in ankle injuries. Meaning a dancer is more likely to have a steady, longitudinal impairment versus a sudden accident.

Is Knee Pain Keeping You From Golfing?

is Knee pain getting in your golfs way? Second to back pain, knee injuries are the most common type of golf related pain. There are multiple ways to hurt a knee, but most Golfers who suffer a knee injury experience torn ligaments or meniscus tears due to all the twisting and pivoting that the game of golf requires.

Is Runner’s Knee Affecting You?

Are you being affected by runners knee pain?Runner’s knee affects a wide variety of athletes. It is in no way exclusive to Runners, but it is extremely common for runners of all ages. Running is especially high contact and the brunt of this impact is experienced by the knee joint. Each time the foot hits the ground, more pressure is exerted on the knee. This pressure is detrimental to the health of one’s knee.

Stop Doing This And You Will Ease Your Carpal Tunnel Pain

Ease your Carpal Tunnel with this tipsWhen you are doing anything with your hands, how tightly do you grip? Have you ever noticed that you clench the steering wheel while driving your vehicle? Or how about your utensils while you eat? Every time you grip tightly you are exerting an immense amount of force on the hands and wrists, which in turn, results in extra stress on your Carpal Tunnel Syndrome pain.

RTPR is Making Headlines Again

RTPR Sponsors THe Fifth Annual Big Sky Professional Bull RidersvEventReal Time Pain Relief (RTPR), makers of the popular rub-on pain relief lotion and products, announced today that it has reached an agreement with Big Sky PBR to sponsor The Fifth Annual Big Sky Professional Bull Riders Event which is being held this month at the Big Sky Town Center.

Herbs and Spices Ease RA Pain

Herbs and spices that ease rheumatoid arthritisRheumatoid Arthritis is a very difficult condition to live with, and, as of yet, there is no cure, only treatments. There have been great advances in modern medicine that continue to aid in the fight against RA and other autoimmune diseases that affect millions of people worldwide. However, there is a wealth of information and evidence showing that certain herbs and spices are very effective at reducing the symptoms and progression of conditions like Rheumatoid Arthritis.

Is Back Pain Killing Your Golf Score?

Pains that destroy your golf GameMany avid Golf players complain of discomfort and stiff muscles in their back. Lower back pain is, in fact, the most prominent injury in the sport of golf. There are several factors about the game that may contribute to this pain. However, we have discovered a stretching routine for you perform before hitting the golf course that will help you naturally minimize back pain and continue to enjoy the sport of golf.

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What they say about Real Time Pain Relief

This is the BEST! I have joint pains in my knees and back pains and as soon as I use the gel my pains go away. Most of the time it only takes one layer.
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Dee S - Gillette, Wyoming

This product is amazing. I purchased some last year at the fair and love it. I need to get more.
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Ron Crigger - Manassas, Virginia

This product is amazing , I tried a trial pkg on my neck area and my hand joints , I have Gout in my hands And bone spurs in my neck and all it took was a small amount and 2 or 3 mins and there was no pain for several hours 8 to 10 hours of full reli
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Glenda McCoy - Collinsville, Alabama

I found Real Time at a farmers market venue. I have reached a point where i felt like i was out of options and just going to have to deal with the pain.
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Brandie - Oelwein, Iowa

Mom and I tried Select Plus and it works great!
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Angie H. - Des Moines, Iowa

My dad has back pain. I have a sore index finger and middle finger on my right hand, and it makes it hard to do my needlepoint. It worked right away on my fingers, so I got two jars and gave one to dad. He was so happy.
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Shirley A. - Springdale, Arkansas

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