Dr. Oz & I use Biofreeze and ‘Pain Sticks’ for Leg & Foot Pain
I don’t see eye-to-eye with much on Dr. Oz’s popular show. I’m not alone though!
A recent study by Time magazine revealed that “Dr. Oz” and “The Doctors” are wrong almost as much as they are right!
That being said, we have found common ground on one thing.
He and I agree, topical pain relief is a great alternative to oral pain meds. You’ve no doubt heard of Biofreeze and at Lexington Podiatry, we offer cold therapy Biofreeze in addition to an all-natural Pain Stick. Learn why he loves topical pain relief in this video demonstration.
We’re on the same page.
- TOPICALS WORK.
- They provide targeted pain relief, only where you need it.
- Both Biofreeze and Doc Kelly’s Apothecary All Natural Pain Stick can be purchased with your HSA or Flex Spending Account over-the-counter in our office.
- Menthol makes these analgesics uniquely soothing as well as a pain reducers.
What is Doc Kelly’s Apothecary?
Not long ago, I created a line of foot care products that are specially designed to protect skin with antifungal, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.
Products in this line include Ultra-moisturizing Cream, Heel Balm, Sea Salt Soap, Two-in-One Loofah Sponge Soap and an Exfoliating Scrub.
Now I’m introducing my latest addition to this line – the Doc Kelly’s Pain Stick.
Made with all-natural ingredients, this new alternative to your average pain reliever is great if you are taking other medications to manage medical issues. Since it’s topical, there’s no interaction with your current medications.
Plus, a combination of ingredients such as beeswax, menthol crystals and peppermint oil make this analgesic uniquely soothing as well as a pain reducer.
Specifically targeted for arch, calf and heel pain, the Pain Stick is a favorite among athletes and travelers. Its compact design makes it easy to take on-the-go and apply at any time. Although I designed it for the lower extremities, I’m not above using it on my neck on a long flight! It works the same way above the knees as it does below.
Dedicated to my grandfather who was also a podiatrist, many of the products incorporate the same ingredients as Dr. Arthur O. Kelly’s natural compound creams. Affectionately known as Doc Kelly, he created ointments for his patients who had dry skin. In honor of my grandfather’s memory, I adapted his recipes to create products that soften even the toughest of skin.
For more information about Doc Kelly’s Apothecary, visit www.DocKellys.com