Systemic Oral Enzymes for Healing Golf Injuries - The Aspirin Alternative
There is a medically validated, nontoxic, natural medicine for healing all of golfs most common maladies. Wobenzym N is like no other pain killer It works better than typical pain killers, is safelgand is the pain reliever of choice for many of the world's leading championship athletes today.
Golf is usually considered a low level, but golfers often suffer serious injuries. Over 50% of touring professionals have had to stop playing because of by Michael Loes, injuries. More than 115,000 people were treated for golf-related injuries in 1997, according to the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission. Now there is a nontoxic method for relieving pain, inflammation and swelling associated with golf-related injury. Wobenzym N. Remember the name. It's an aching golfer's body's best friend.
The Most Common Golf Injuries
Both amateur and professional golfers commonly injure their backs, elbows, shoulders, and wrists. The most common injuries in golf are back and shoulder injuries. Not surprisingly the US PGA cites lower back pain as the dominant golf injury. Meanwhile, frozen-shoulder syndrome, a form of arthritis and a frequent overuse injury, is characterized by painful inflammation in the region of the shoulder; the pain is frequently chronic.
Golfer's elbow (medial epicondylitis), a swelling of the tendons on the inside of the elbow, is often caused when improper swings place extra stress on the elbow and forearm. Often, the wrist is also involved.
If you have injured any of these areas, you may feel the need to use pain killers. Beware, however. With chronic use (longer than three days), typical over-the-counter (OTC) preparations almost always pose complications such as kidney and liver toxicity. Even the safest OTC pain killers such as aspirin or ibuprofen frequently cause gastrointestinal bleeding or ulcers when used longer than a few days and are a major cause of hospitalization in America today. These complications can be potentiated if alcohol is consumed.
If your pain is severe, by all means, use aspirin or ibuprofen - but only for a short while. Then, consider the Wobenzym N option.
The Safe, Natural HealingPathway for Sports Injuries
In Germany and elsewhere in Europe, sports medicine doctors have discovered a natural,
safer pathway for healing sports and exercise-related injuries. Indeed, it is the healing preparation of choice for many of the world's greatest athletes, including Olympic gold
medalists such as skier Hermann Maier, skater Katarina Witt, tennis star Stefi Graff and Boris Becker, and many other champion athletes.
For golf athletes with chronic sore-ness, inflammation, swelling or stiffness Wobenzym N is by far the superior choice both for relieving pain and inflammation, and for maximum safety. Enzymes are one of the most powerful, yet little known healing secrets now available to American consumers who are concerned with inflammation and sports injuries. I almost always recommend Wobenzym N systemic oral enzymes over any other type of pain reliever because they work so well and are so safe. Many studies have validated the benefits of enzymes in a variety of sports, including soccer, ice hockey, karate, boxing, and golf. They quickly quell inflammation and soreness and keep you on the links, not the sidelines.
However, in this report, I want to focus on one recent study from Arzt + Praxis, a German medical journal, that looked at painful arthritic inflammation in the region of the shoulder, a type of injury most commonly found among golfers.' Forty men and women, suffering golfer's shoulder, were divided into two groups, one receiving only systemic oral enzymes, the other the powerful pain killer, diclofenac. Physical treatment of the shoulder was avoided. Yet, it could be demonstrated after only one week that the therapy with the enzymes was as effective as diclofenac. After three weeks, the improvement in the enzyme group was better than in the diclofenac group, and the tolerance was excellent.
The researchers reported that the enzymes inhibited the synthesis of bradykinin, which is a main part of the inflammatory reaction. So when you have injuries, be sensible and use a form of pain relief that won't put you at long-term risk for toxicity complications and, yet, that will do the job of relieving inflammation and pain. Indeed, as a pain specialist, I strongly believe in providing my patients with the safest, most effective treatment strategies for sports injuries. I also believe that sports should be drug-free. Wobenzym N is not only safer than aspirin and ibuprofen and other similar drugs for long-term use, it's often more effective and its use is approved by all major sports governing bodies.
Hundreds of published scientific studies and my own clinical experience have shown that enzymes act to quickly reduce inflammation, swelling, and internal bleeding, all of which are extremely important to control following injury. What's more, enzymes are extremely safe, especially compared to other anti-inflammatory medical drugs. I've learned how great enzymes are for sports injuries in working with my patients, because a significant portion of my practice's clientele is made up of athletes, especially weekend warriors, including golfers. I always tell them about Wobenzym N. It's a secret that I think every athlete should know about.
How to Use Enzymes for Sports Injuries
1. Prevention is preferred. Athletes should take enzymes prior to physically demanding events.
2. Take enzymes on an empty stomach, at least 45 minutes before a meal, with water or juice.
3. Prefer the medically validated Wobenzym N combination formula.
4. In case of acute injuries, begin taking as soon as possible. Ingest 5 to 10 tablets three to five times daily when injured.
5. Take a daily maintenance dose of five tablets two to three times daily.
6. If you are already using NSAIDs such as ibuprofen, gradually taper your dose over a several week period; if necessary, consult a health professional.
7. Enzymes are slower acting than drugs such as ibuprofen. Relief may require several days. But over several days to several weeks, their pain-relieving capabilities will outperform that of the NSAIDs and without toxicity.
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