The Muscle Repair Patch will Aid in the Healing of Damage to Muscles, Tendons Ligaments and Connective Tissue.
When muscles are injured, there is so much more to the equation of a “repair” than simply stimulating the muscle itself….there are nerves, the blood supply, the fascia. This patch addresses the broad fascia, and the regular fascia, connective tissue that holds our muscles and organs together. The facia wraps around the muscle tissue and organs and literally glues it onto the skeletal structure.
When injured, the fascia reacts much like a rubber band when tensed and snaps sometimes causing adhesions in the snapping process which will impede the healing process, as if these injuries didn’t take long enough already to heal.
We have added cellular cartilage, general ligaments, as well as intervertebral ligaments for spinal support correction, neuromuscular synapses, (which are the “telephone lines” between the nerves and the muscles). Synovial membranes to keep everything lubricated in with the fascia, as well as intercostal muscles that line the rib cage and the cervical vertebrae number 1, the Atlas.
With an injury there is more than likely a subluxation of the spine involved, and if the Atlas can be stimulated for re-balancing, then the rest of the spine will be more compliant in helping with the repair, and be a huge compliment to any other form of post injury treatment one is receiving, i.e. Chiropractic, massage or acupuncture.
We’ve also programmed frequencies to stimulate the nerve supply to the tendons, and the perineurium, which stimulates the peripheral nerves surrounding all connective tissue. The lines of communication can be strong even through injured tissue, and the epineurium which is the connective tissue sheath for nerves and can sustain much damage in the modern lifestyle. We could probably call this part the upgrade of the communication system to assist the body to have a more efficient muscular repair.
The Muscle Patch contains the specific energetics to aid in the healing of::
- Broad fascia (fascia lata)
- Cartilage, cellular
- Muscle tissue, blood and nerve supply
- Muscles intercostal
- Myoneural/neuromuscular synapses
- Synovial membrane
- Tendon, nerve supply
- Epineurium (connective tissue sheath for nerves)
- Perineurium (peripheral nerves surrounding connective tissue)
- Atlas (1st cervical vertebra)
- Intervertebral Ligaments
Application: Place patch on the left side of body 24/7 change every three days. Two patches may be used if needed. Each packet contains one month supply (10 Patches). The Patch may also be placed on the area of injury.
Please store the patches in the sleeve and keep away from all electronic equipment.
Sheila’s Tips ~ The Muscle Repair is a very popular patch and has good reviews. The Pain-Tens Relief Patch works very well with this patch it helps to control pain and can be placed directly on the area of pain, it dissolve’s the biofilm, and it also reduces inflammation.
All AEP patches are non-transdermal the FDA approved (skin contact) adhesive is for your convenience only. The Patches do not contain drugs of any kind.