My Personal Pain Journey

Throughout my journey living with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis for almost the past 15 years, I have had my fair share of issues with my musculoskeletal system. In my search to find some relief from the joint pain I was experiencing, I was always trying to find new ways to help my condition. Unfortunately, some of these solutions included taking high doses of the pain killer, ibuprofen, that was prescribed to me from doctor.

It was a double edged sword in that while I found relief, it was only temporary and toxic to my body. I have always been one to try alternative and natural treatments, but it wasn’t till I had an allergic to the ibuprofen several years ago that I knew in that moment I had to expand my search for even more for natural pain solutions. The most helpful alternative treatments for me have been massage and acupuncture.

During my acupuncture sessions, I use a cold laser therapy treatment that is very effective in also reducing pain and inflammation. So when I heard about a new product called WellWrap that can offer a similar solution whenever and wherever I felt like it, without having to travel to see a medical professional on a weekly basis, I immediately needed to learn more.





A Promising New Solution on the Horizon

According to WellWrap it, “helps those suffering from arthritis, MCL/ACL trauma, sports injuries, bursitis and such.” This electronic wearable uses NASA science, is non-invasive and has been approved the by FDA. As of now the first product will offer targeted relief specifically for the knee. While the WellWrap is a brand new product, there have been several testimonials and people who have already started to use it with increased benefits. In these videos links below you can get a glimpse of the people, age groups and the knee conditions that WellWrap were used on with great benefit.


How It Works

NASA LLLT lasers which are embedded within the WellWrap, helps reduce inflammation, pain and accelerates recovery by the stimulation of the ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate Production).

On the Dr. OZ Show, they explain the science behind the technology in this video below.



Use it Anytime, Anywhere

Wouldn’t it be nice to not have to drive to the doctor to get pain relief all the time? With the WellWrap that is possible. If you wake up with joint pain all you need to do is put it on, turn it on and go about your normal routine throughout the day.



Track Your Progress

With health technology tracking just about everything these days, the WellWrap is no exception. If you want to see results you can. It comes with a mobile app that you can download to your smartphone or tablet, in which will then allow you to track vital data such as blood pressure and temperature. Tracking these two crucial health markers can be an efficient way to monitor your long-term health and have the data on hand in the instance you may need it for medical purposes.



Get Well Faster

While some other non-invasive pain relief options can give relief fast, they don’t come without side effects. The good thing about the WellWrap is that there is absolutely no chance of an overdose to occur and no side effects. Treatments can be administered for just only 7 minutes twice daily, to start seeing the benefits. You can use it on not only yourself at the first signs of pain but your loved ones can use it as well.


Find Out More

Though the WellWrap won’t be launching till next month, as they are still in the kick starter phase, they will be hosting a crowd funding campaign on or around June 15th.

At the launch of the campaign, WellWrap will offer a huge discount up to 40% for those who sign up now, all you need to do is leave your name and email to receive a discount code.

Go to the WellWrap website here where you can sign up to find out the latest information and be the first to know of the launch date.


My Takeaway

Having had a total knee replacement a couple years ago, I wish I had something like this that I could use at the comfort of my own home and on the go when I first started experiencing signs of joint pain. I like the convenience of being able to use it when I want and also track the progress. I would be open to trying this out to see how it helps my other knee that hasn’t had surgery if I experience pain in that area for any reason. I am looking forward excited to share this information with my alternative, integrative, holistic doctors and acupuncturist who are already aware of the benefits of cold-laser and laser therapies for joint pain.


What are your thoughts? Would you be willing to try a natural way to relieve your pain and either reduce the dosage or even kick out painkillers from your life for good?


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