Prescription pain gels are becoming the go-to for professional athletes and weekend warriors.

Press Release – November 30, 2012:

Professional athletes and weekend warriors alike often suffer similar injuries, the most common among them being sprains, strains, muscle pain, and tendonitis. While traditional therapies such as medication, physical therapy, and heating or icing the affected area can work, many athletes are looking for another option, one that not only is effective, but safe, easy, and can be used no matter where you are.

Used in medical centers like the Andrews Institute (named after renowned Dr. James Andrews), SpeedGel Rx may be what athletes are in search of. SpeedGel Rx is a topical gel that is intended for the use of strains, arthritis pain, bursitis, and tendonitis. A homeopathic prescription, SpeedGel Rx works transdermally to target only the affected area.

Topical gels and creams are extremely popular among athletes due to several factors. These include ease of use and the fact that gels and creams travel well, fitting easily into any gym bag. SpeedGel Rx is the prescription answer to the topical gels that contain menthol, camphor, and other irritating substances. According to a press release distributed by the FDA September 13, 2012, several popular over-the-counter topical gels and creams had been reported to cause serious skin injuries, including swelling, localized pain, swelling, and blistering of the skin. There is no danger of this with SpeedGel Rx since it is a homeopathic prescription gel and is made of all natural ingredients. SpeedGel Rx is unique in that it will not simply cover the symptoms of sprains, strains, and other sports injuries; instead, SpeedGel Rx delivers natural, active ingredients to help relieve inflammation and bruising, and help athletes get back into the game quickly.

Athletes, whether recreational or professional, often seek products with no side effects so that it does not interfere with their game performance or exercise regimen. Other pain relieving treatments can come with undesirable side effects, including stomach irritation, nausea, or drowsiness. In comparison, a homeopathic prescription gel, like SpeedGel Rx, is a safe alternative with little to no side effects.

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