Applications 2018-02-08T12:15:06+00:00

Some Examples For Use Of The Painmaster MCT Patch

General Pain Relief and Healing

Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Sciatica, Lower and upper back pain, Migraine headaches, Runners knee, Carpal tunnel syndrome, Arthritis, Muscle spasm, Tendonitis, Acute pain from injury, Sports injury, Bursitis, Swelling and inflammation, Hip pain, Leg cramps and more…

Sports Activities and Micro Current Therapy

painmaster_sports1Micro current therapy has been widely used by health care professionals along with amateur and professional athletes and coaches to alleviate acute inflammatory symptoms. Reports in the media of complete pain relief subsequently appeared in such publications as Sports Illustrated, USA Today and Runner’s World.

Dating back to the 1984 Olympics, Joan Benoit (Samuelson), the world’s former record holder in the woman’s marathon, underwent arthroscopic knee surgery 17 days prior to her Olympic trials. Her trainer heard of a physician who used micro current therapy to help Mary Decker Slaney, another Olympic stand out. The trainer started treatment on Joan less than one week before the trial when she was in considerable pain. Joan went on to “bring home the gold” for herself and the USA.

Other stories about the use of micro current therapy have been reported: Joe Montana’s football comeback after back surgery; Carl Lewis’s remarkable track and field feats and more. All were due to safe, effective micro current therapy. Importantly, if pain persists, consult a physician promptly.

For knee or shoulder pain…
Position patches on either side of joint
For muscle strains…
Apply patches along the length of the limb, above and below the affected area
For tennis elbow..
Position on front and back of arm, just below the elbow joint. Do not place directly over bone
For painful tension in neck and shoulders…
Attach patches over the hard tender spots on both sides
For neck & back pain…
Position patches to straddle the spine or, for one sided pain above and below the painful area
For lower backpain or sciatica…
Position patches on both sides of the margins of the sacrum (two visible dimples as shown)
For ankle pain..
Position patches as shown in the picture
For foot pain…
Position patches as shown in the picture