Dr. Sylvia Hesse’s Pain Relief Tips

November 5, 2013

Dr. Sylvia Hesse, an orthopedic surgeon, limits her practice to non-operative care and sees many patients seeking relief for their pain in role at the Manhattan Spine & Sports Medicine,, where she provides comprehensive non-surgical Orthopedic Medicine evaluations, with particular focus on adult and juvenile athletic injuries, chronic musculoskeletal overuse disorders, in addition to acute and chronic back pain disorders. “I strongly believe in a holistic approach to providing musculoskeletal medical care to my patients,” says Dr. Hesse who often recommends her patients try topical OTC pain relievers like Salonpas, before prescription drugs. “By mindfully considering each patient’s unique functional and psychosocial requirements, I find that better and more lasting positive outcomes to conservative

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5 Ways Pam Shriver Shines in Midlife

September 18, 2013

Pam Shriver and I have four things in common (1) we’re both 51 (2) with both play a mean game of doubles and (3) we both believe in following the lead of healthy cultures vs. the American Way of downing hamburgers, fries and a medicine cabinet full of pills (4) we both love our pain patches by SalonPas (no I’m not getting paid to say that, it’s true. I have one on right now). Pam Shriver shines bright in midlife by speaking her mind, eating her seaweed, and never taking things too seriously. Spunky Shriver shared, “I’ve been very active my entire life and believe that keeping active into

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Salonpas Deep Relieving Gel – Review

September 6, 2013

Disclosure: I received product at no charge in exchange for my honest review. Now that I’m sticking to my daily exercise routine of walking and biking, I’m discovering muscles in my legs and back that apparently I haven’t used enough recently. My old knees and lower back are creaking as much as my bike frame. Salonpas Deep Relieving Gel is a whole new experience in pain relief for back pain, stiff neck, joint pain, and muscle soreness. It’s a clear, non-greasy gel that absorbs quickly and works lightening-fast. Each bottle of Salonpas Deep Relieving Gel includes three powerful pain fighters – camphor (3.1%), menthol (10%), and methyl salicylate (15%) – that work

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Salonpas introduces new Deep Relieving Gel

July 30, 2013

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Hisamitsu America, a division of Hisamitsu Pharmaceutical Co. Inc. and the manufacturers of Salonpas, an OTC pain patch that is FDA approved and clinically proven, last week announced the launch of Salonpas Deep Relieving Gel, a topical analgesic solution. “Transdermal creams, gels, foam and patches offer a unique way of delivering medication to your body, which offers significant advantages over taking medications orally,” says Dr. Sylvia Hesse, who is an orthopedic medicine specialist at Manhattan Spine and Sports Medicine.” One of the biggest advantages is that the medication is delivered directly to the site of pain. Direct application allows a higher concentration of

Read More – What’s Hot

May 31, 2012

Easy Pain Fix Muscles sore? Back aching? Salonpas has the answer with over-the-counter products that will help soothe and cool. Massage away pain with Salonpas Pain Relieving Massage Foam or get a cool blast from Salonpas Pain Relieving Jet Spray. For fast relief from pain, you want Salonpas!

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Campus Talk Feature

May 31, 2012

Salonpas Relief Patch Feeling beautiful usually also means feeling pain-free. Skip the pills, and go straight the source with this soft and flexible pain relief patch. Try it after (or during!) an intense work out, a long day of classes, a crazy night dancing with the girls or just whenever you’re feeling achy. Salonpas Pain Relieving Gel-Patch Hot Some like it hot! Try this gel pain relieving patch – its featured ingredient, capsaicin – an ingredient found in some hot peppers – will help relieve pain by first stimulating then decreasing pain signals in the body. available online and nationwide at retailers for under $10 nationwide

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To ‘Linfinity’ and Beyond – Salonpas to the Rescue for Jeremy Lin

April 11, 2012

FLORHAM PARK, NJ; April 11, 2012 – With the of loss to Chicago last night, it’s clear that the New York Knicks need the healthy return of “Linsanity” to go deep in the playoffs. Therefore Hisamitsu America, the manufacturers of Salonpas®,, the one and only over-the-counter (“OTC”) pain patch that is FDA approved and clinically proven to provide up to 12 hours of relief, is donating a season’s supply of their topical pain treatment products to Jeremy Lin who recently underwent surgery to repair a chronic meniscus tear in his knee and is expected to be off the court for about six weeks. “Everyone at Hisamitsu America is rooting for Jeremy Lin’s speedy recovery,”

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Hisamitsu America launches trio of topical pain relief solutions

March 5, 2012

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. ” Hisamitsu America on Monday launched three new topical analgesic solutions, the company stated. The three new products include Salonpas Pain Relieving Gel−Patch Hot, which features capsaicin (0.025%) and menthol (1.25%) in patch form; Salonpas Pain Relieving Massage Foam with active ingredients menthol (3%) and methyl salicylate (10%) in a self−massage topical analgesic format; and Salonpas Pain Relieving Jet Spray with active ingredients menthol (3%) and methyl salicylate (10%) that utilizes a highly pressurized jet force as its application mechanism. While most Americans turn to OTC pills to relieve pain, topical analgesic pain relief ” as found in patches, creams, foams and sprays ” is gaining greater market

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America: A Nation In Pain

February 14, 2012

(NAPS)—Chances are you’re one of the 100 million Americans suffering from body pain. According to recent research, up to 90 percent of pain sufferers don’t get the relief they’re looking for with their current pain medication. So next time, rather than reaching for a pill, consider some of these misunderstood or overlooked pain remedies: Physical Therapy: Physical therapy can be an effective way to alleviate all types of musculoskeletal and neuropathic types of pain. A primary goal of physical therapy is to help chronic pain patients become stronger. In addition, physical therapy can teach people how to move safely and functionally in ways that they haven’t been able to in some time—helping

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