I’m a pill taker. I wish I wasn’t but if it wasn’t for my medication I wouldn’t be able to get through the day. There are ways of dealing with pain that do not require pills though. This is great news for me and my (almost) teen daughter. Star suffers a lot of pain thanks to her Elhers Danlos Syndrome and I would hate to think she will be taking pills all her life.
We both get joint pain, mine from arthritis and my daughter from her EDS, so I am always looking for ways of dealing with this pain that’s not reliant on pill taking. Well Wrap is introducing a wearable orthopaedic wrap that offers the perfect solution.
The Well Wrap is embedded with NASA LLLT lasers that treat musculoskeletal joint pain.
You can find out more about this technology in this video.
The embedded lasers in the Well Wrap provides stimulation to the ATP production which reduces inflammation and pain and accelerates recovery.
The Well Wrap will be launching later this year and you can get in first with a 40% discount by signing up on the Well Wrap Website here.
Who Can Use the Well Wrap?
The Well Wrap can provide relief for anyone with joint problems, from sport injuries to arthritis. It’s really simple to use, you put it on, turn it on, and then go about your day.
It also comes with a mobile app. that means you can keep on an eye on the vitals data such as blood pressure and temperature.
It can be used to relieve pain when it appears or for just 7 minutes twice a day you can prevent the pain. There is no chance of overdose and no side effects.
The first Well Wrap product will be for knee pain relief but it looks pretty good so I’m sure there will be more products to come in the future.
The Well Wrap is not released yet, but it has been reviewed by some users and you can see how they got on in the following video.
What do you think? Do you know anyone with joint pain? Maybe you would like to share this with them.
Remember, you can get in first with a fabulous 40% discount! if you sign up to the crowdfunding campaign.
Disclosure: This is a collaborative post