„Citius, altius, fortius“ – Latin for „faster, higher, stronger“ reads the official motto of the Olympic movement. Participating in this contest at physical stress limits has its price: Depending on the practiced sports, athletes suffer from musculoskeletal disorders more or less frequently. A good treatment should enable quick recovery and help to reestablish physical efficiency on the highest level. In addition, it should allow for only a minimum of adverse reactions and must be harmless with regard to anti-doping rules in high-performance sports.
„Anti-inflammatory drugs are often used in sports but should only be utilized with a clear medical indication”, says Olympics doctor Dr. Bernd Wolfarth. “However, this not only holds true for top athletes, but also for hobby and leisure sports. Especially the negative side-effects that come with long-term use of conventional pain and inflammation reducing drugs are not to be underestimated.”
Particularly in sports medicine alternatives are therefore being sought. A promising solution could be given with a natural combination preparation that has performed well in practice around the world for more than 60 years. Today, numerous scientific studies also document the efficacy of this multi-target medication. Based on 14 low dosed biological substances it also has proven to be extremely well tolerated.
“As in vitro and in vivo tests have shown, the medication’s organic substances stimulate lymphocytes. Less inflammation-inducing messengers are being produced without affecting the natural immune response”, Dr. Wolfarth explains. “Clinical studies with placebo-controlled double-blind randomized trials prove the efficacy of the preparation as well.”
As a result the natural combination medication does not have to fear a comparison with conventional drugs for particular indications. Study participants of large surveys have reported predominantly good to very good results in various acute and post-traumatic, inflammatory and degenerative conditions affecting the musculoskeletal system. Negative side-effects and undesired interactions with other drugs as partially reported with conventional therapies however do not occur.
“The mode of action of this natural combination preparation differs from that of conventional pharmaceuticals. Practically and scientifically the evidence of efficacy is significant”, Dr. Wolfarth summarizes. “The multi-target approach already seems to be successful with very low dosed substances. This leads to a lowered risk of undesired side-effects and the natural immune response is obviously regulated and supported in a way that the healing process is affected in a positive manner.”
Reference: A list with scientific studies on the described preparation is available at Heel. Please contact the press department.