All posts by: Biofreeze

How can Biofreeze help your patients dedicate to rehabilitation programs

in Health Tips 7th July 2020

Whether you are a chiropractor, massage therapist, physical therapist, occupational therapist, podiatrist or any other kind of healthcare professional, you’ve chosen to make your living by caring for others. However, caring for your patients is not enough when it comes to effective recovery and the success of a recovery/rehabilitation program. It also requires a level […]

ILEX – The Ingredient for Maximised Results

in Health Tips 9th June 2020

BIOFREEZE is the only topical analgesic which relieves pain with Ilex Paraguarensis, since ILEX is part of the BIOFREEZE formula! What is Ilex Paraguarensis and its effect? ILEX is a herbal extract, obtained from a South American holly shrub. The ILEX extract contains minerals (i.e. essential nutrients) such as potassium, magnesium and manganese. Generally, this […]

How can Biofreeze help Boost your Running

in Recovery Tips 16th May 2020

Runners usually like challenges, especially when it comes to challenge their own limits and push themselves to improve their running capabilities. Yet, sometimes they might fall in the trap of keep pushing and forgetting one of the most important things that can make them stronger and faster: RECOVERY. Especially, when it comes to long-distance running, […]

4 Reasons Why Biofreeze is #1 Recommended for Professionals

in Recovery Tips 10th March 2020

Biofreeze is an over-the-counter topical analgesic commonly used to reduce the pain and minor aches of sore muscles and joints associated with simple backache, arthritis, strains, sprains and contusions. The active ingredient in Biofreeze Professional is menthol, which effectively reliefs the pain locally on the body through its cooling effect. Biofreeze has been sold globally […]

Cold Therapy vs Hot Therapy

in Recovery Tips 11th February 2020

Both cold therapy or cryotherapy and hot therapy or thermotherapy, are able to relieve acute, chronic, and postoperative pain. Both methods are easy and safe self-treatment options for many common injuries and musculoskeletal conditions and can stimulate healing after vigorous exercise. However, each therapy is better suited for specific situations. The main difference between the […]