* Sprained ankle – This is documentation that pertains to the use of an EyeOn patch measuring 7.5 cm, affixed with tape and held securely in place with an elastic bandage wrapping. The duration of the single application was 10 hours. The EyeOn patch was applied with direct skin contact. Numerous patients recovered completely after using EyeOn for stated period of time.
Other patients incapable of putting weight on ankle, attached EyeOn patch and within minutes could walk or run normally without any pain.
* Left Foot pedal edema - The test situation was a female suffering with Left Foot pedal edema of 3+. The EyeOn patch was placed over the lateral malleolus bone of the left side (L. outer ankle.) It was covered with elastic-wrap bandages and the test-person then went to sleep.
Ten hours later the wrapping and patch were removed from the area that previously was swollen with 3+ pedal edema to find NO edema. The test subject went on to further experience complete relief from arthritic pain in the Left foot. The Right foot continued in low-level pain as was per norm. The test person found that without reapplying the patch, complete pain relief persisted beyond 24 hours. The edema has not recurred.
* Sprained Knee – Subject placed a 2” x 3” EyeOn wrap on the place on the area of pain around the inside portion of leg. After several days of use the subject experienced major a reduction in pain and continued his workouts.
* Time Shoulder Separation from College Athletics in 50-year old. At times subject couldn't move his arm due to pain, let alone workout. An EyeOn patch placed on shoulder that relieved the pain almost almost immediately. The next day subject was able to resume weight training again.
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