DIRECTIONS FOR COMMON PAIN AREAS
AND PLACEMENT OPTIONS

Here are directions and examples of common pain areas and possible patch placements.  For best results, locate your specific areas of pain. Apply to the nearest flat area of skin on or near the area of pain.

Medium & Large Patch Placement:
Start with a medium or large patch on the area based on your level of pain. Initially, you may need to apply 1 large patch in each area to reset the inflammatory process. Re-evaluate your pain level after 24 hours. If pain persists, apply additional patches in that area.  If pain has lessened or is gone, apply 1 to 2 small  patches or 1 medium patch for continued and preventative support. 

Small Patch Placement:
Start with 1 patch on the area.  If pain persists, use additional patches.  Initially, you may need to apply 2-4 small patches in an area to reset the inflammatory process. Re-evaluate your pain level after 3 days.   If pain persists, apply 3 to 4  small patches or use a medium or large patch in that area. If pain has lessened or is gone, apply 1 to 2 small  patches or 1 medium patch on the area for continued and preventative support.

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