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Heal your shoulder faster - Don't just mask the pain

By Dr. Jo, Inventor of ActivMend

To understand how to heal from shoulder pain, it’s first important to know what is generating the pain.

Common Causes of Shoulder Pain
  • Rotator Cuff Tear (any of the muscles and/or tendons)
  • Rotator Cuff Tendinitis, Tendinosis or Tendinopathy
  • Labral/Labrum Tear
  • Bursitis (Little sacs that put cushion between tendons)
  • Ligament strain (of joint capsule)

One or more of these is what drives the majority of shoulder pain. Tendons and ligaments have a lot of nerves and can cause A LOT of pain. Many treatments, like painkillers and steroids, work against the body and block out pain signals.

But pain is a crucial sign that your damaged muscles aren’t strong enough to move a certain way. Masking these messages could lead to re-injury.

Amplify your body's natural ability to heal itself

When you are injured, your body works hard to release cytokines and other healing elements to repair the damage. Nature has perfected the healing process over thousands of years, so we should support its uniquely powerful action.


There are many ways to support healing and pain reduction from these kinds of injuries. Some are good candidates for at-home treatment. Others need a higher level of intervention.


For at-home treatment of shoulder pain and shoulder injury recovery, ActivMend is a powerhouse to have on hand. Designed to not only decrease pain but stimulate the healing mechanisms of the body over a 5-day period, ActivMend healing gel patches will speed up your recovery, reducing overall recovery time.

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How does ActivMend work?

Because ActivMend heals the root cause of your injury, the results are long-lasting. You should experience relief for months, if not years, unless re-injured.

It is important to keep in mind that Rome was not built in a day, and neither will a rotator cuff injury heal overnight. Our standard protocol is five days of continuous treatment. It is critical to follow the instructions if you wish to experience complete healing.

Many people begin to notice results and pain-relief immediately, but it is essential to complete the five-day protocol to ensure long-lasting results. Give your body the time it takes to heal so you come back stronger.

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