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Should I use the ColdCure, or the BFST first?
« on: November 08, 2023, 07:10:43 PM »
A customer asked, "Should I start by using the ColdCure first, or the BFST first?"


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Re: Should I use the ColdCure, or the BFST first?
« Reply #1 on: November 08, 2023, 07:12:49 PM »
The ColdCure is intended to be used as an "as needed" therapy. You would want to apply the ColdCure when you have an increase in pain or swelling. When you first receive your products, it's a good idea to use the ColdCure exclusively until you see a definite decrease in pain and swelling - usually for a day or two, depending on the severity of your injury. If you have an injury that relies on cold therapy, such as a Baker's Cyst, it's good to get into the habit of using your ColdCure prior to each BFST treatment.

By using the ColdCure, you will be decreasing inflammation. The less inflammation you have, the more effective your BFST treatments will be. To use your ColdCure and BFST in combination therapy, just follow these steps;
First, use the ColdCure for at least 20 minutes to decrease inflammation.
Then, give your skin time to warm back up to body temperature - this can take 20-40 minutes.
Finally, once your skin is warmed back up, you can apply the BFST. It will go off by itself after your treatment is over in 20 minutes.

Your BFST treatments should be spaced four hours apart, so you can repeat that process every four hours or so. To optimize your treatment and accelerate the healing process, you can use your products in combination three or four times daily.

This link provides detailed information about combination therapy. As always, please feel free to call or email our customer service team with any questions.