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Swelling & Pain

Inflammation can create instability, weakness and soreness within the body. Silipos products offer pillow soft cushioning, compression and support for areas you need it most. Our clinically tested gel helps to reduce pain and relieve pressure that builds up over time.

Knee and back pain may result from something as simple as age, while more serious pain may be directly related to a specific injury or medical condition. This may cause stiffness, swelling, instablity and weakness.

Arthritis is an inflammation of the joints, which can affect one or multiple joints. Two common types of arthritis are osteoarthritis & rheumatoid arthritis, and each damages joints in different ways. Osteoarthritis causes cartilage in between the bones to break down, while rheumatoid arthritis is an autoiimune disease in which the body mistakingly attacks its own joints causing inflammation.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is caused by a compression of the median nerve in the narrow passageway on the palm side of the wrist. This syndrome can create tingling, numbness and weakness of the wrist.

Enlarged, twisted veins that may cause aching and discomfort, varicose veins are typically noticeable as large veins seen under the surface of the skin. As symptoms worsen, they can create pain, mild swelling, throbbing and cramping in the legs.

Lymphedema is swelling that occurs mostly in the arms or legs, or both. Lymphedema is most commonly caused by removal or damage of the lymph nodes. A feeling of heaviness, aching and limited range of motion due to swelling that may occur .

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Excessive pressure and friction can create injury to the surface of the skin over long periods of time. This may affect bony areas more so than other areas on the body and can lead to further complications including pressure ulcers, painful swelling and bone and joint disformation. 

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