Frequently Asked Questions About Theraworx Relief

Your patients will likely be coming to you with questions about Theraworx Relief. We can help you be prepared with answers.

Joint Discomfort & Inflammation

General Questions

  • What are the ingredients in Theraworx Relief Joint Discomfort and Inflammation Foam?

    Our blend of safe, gentle ingredients—formulated for patients with all skin types—includes: Olibanum 8x H.P.U.S. 0.05, Aqua (Water), Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Croton Lechleri Resin Extract, Agnus Castus Berry Extract, Calcium Carbonate, Colloidal Silver, Tocopheryl Acetate, Glycerin, Allantoin, Beta Glucan, Citrus Paradisi (Grapefruit) Fruit Extract, Lauryl Glucoside, Tetrasodium EDTA, PEG/PPG-4/12 Dimethicone, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Yucca Schidigera, Alcohol, Parfum` (Fragrance).

  • What is the active ingredient in Theraworx Relief Joint Discomfort and Inflammation Foam?

    While the active ingredient on our Theraworx Relief Joint Discomfort and Inflammation Foam is olibanum, all of the safe, gentle ingredients in our formulation work together to provide the positive results our customers are experiencing.

  • Is Theraworx Relief for Joint Discomfort and Inflammation an anti-inflammatory?

    Yes, it is a topical anti-inflammatory. In fact, Theraworx Relief for Joint Discomfort and Inflammation—studied in patients with moderate-to-severe joint inflammation—is the only dual-modality, topical anti-inflammatory therapy system for the relief of arthritic, inflamed, sore, or overused joints.

  • Does Theraworx Relief Joint Discomfort and Inflammation Foam have a smell?

    Theraworx Relief Joint Discomfort and Inflammation Foam has a very light mango scent.

  • Do I need a prescription for Theraworx Relief for Joint Discomfort and Inflammation?

    No. Theraworx Relief for Joint Discomfort and Inflammation is not a prescription drug and is available over-the-counter.

  • Have there been scientific studies done on Theraworx Relief for Joint Discomfort and Inflammation?

    Yes, Theraworx Relief for Joint Discomfort and Inflammation has been studied in patients with joint conditions. Healthcare providers can request more information here.

  • Does Theraworx Relief for Joint Discomfort and Inflammation work for all joints?

    Theraworx Relief for Joint Discomfort and Inflammation has been studied in patients with moderate-to-severe joint inflammation in their hands and knees. However, it’s safe to use on any area of the body. There are ongoing and future studies on Theraworx Relief for other joints.

  • Does Theraworx Relief Joint Discomfort and Inflammation Foam still work if it gets hot or cold?

    For best results, do not store Theraworx Relief Joint Discomfort and Inflammation Foam below 32 degrees Fahrenheit or above 120 degrees Fahrenheit.

  • Does Theraworx Relief Joint Discomfort and Inflammation Foam expire?

    Theraworx Relief Joint Discomfort and Inflammation Foam does have an expiration date. Please refer to the bottle for the date.

  • Does Theraworx Relief Joint Discomfort and Inflammation Foam have a heating or cooling sensation?

    No, Theraworx Relief Joint Discomfort and Inflammation Foam does not have a heating or cooling sensation. Many products with a heating or cooling sensation just distract the nerves, whereas Theraworx Relief works with the body’s own natural functions to relieve joint discomfort and inflammation.

  • Do I have to use both the compression and the foam, or can I just use one or the other?

    While maximum joint relief is achieved with the two-part anti-inflammatory therapy system, the compression and foam are beneficial on their own, too. Simply follow the instructions related to just the foam or just the compression garments.

  • Is there a difference between the Theraworx Relief Joint Discomfort and Inflammation Foam and the Muscle Cramp and Spasms Foam?

    Yes. While both are in the Theraworx Relief family of products—non-toxic, topical solutions designed to help those suffering from muscle or joint issues—they have different ingredients and do different things. Theraworx Relief Joint Discomfort and Inflammation Foam is designed to relieve arthritic, inflamed, sore, or overused joints, plus increase range of motion and improve daily function. Theraworx Relief Muscle Cramp and Spasm Foam is designed to relieve and prevent (when used daily) muscle cramps and spasms, plus release muscle tightness and relieve muscle soreness. It also helps reduce symptoms commonly associated with and accompanying restless legs syndrome, including muscle cramps and spasms.

Compression Glove & Knee Sleeve

  • Do the compression glove and knee sleeve cause odor?

    Our medical-grade compression glove and sleeve, which are made with real silver fibers, resist odor and are machine washable.

  • How can I be sure I have the compression glove or knee sleeve on right?

    You can find detailed instructions inside the Theraworx Relief for Joint Discomfort and Inflammation box, as well as on our How to Use page.

  • How do I take care of the compression glove or knee sleeve?

    Machine wash the glove or knee sleeve on gentle or delicate cycle. Do not tumble dry—instead, hang or lay flat to dry. Use only mild detergent. Do not iron. And do not use fabric softener or bleach.

  • How are your compression glove and knee sleeve different from others on the market?

    Our compression glove and knee sleeve provide medical-grade compression, can be worn at night, are machine washable, and more. See the differences here.

Usage & Safety

  • Does Theraworx Relief for Joint Discomfort and Inflammation have any side effects?

    There are no known side effects.

  • I have sensitive skin. Can I use Theraworx Relief Joint Discomfort and Inflammation Foam?

    Theraworx Relief Joint Discomfort and Inflammation Foam contains non-toxic and gentle ingredients, and it can be used as often as needed anywhere on the body. However, if you have a skin condition, it is recommended that you consult your doctor or skin care professional first.

  • Does Theraworx Relief Joint Discomfort and Inflammation Foam interact with medications or other topical products?

    Theraworx Relief Joint Discomfort and Inflammation Foam has no known drug-to-drug interactions. However, some topical products such as lotions or creams can act as a barrier and make Theraworx Relief less effective. Therefore, we recommend that you apply our foam first, let it dry fully, and then apply lotions or other topical products. If you have questions or concerns, check with your doctor or pharmacist.

  • Can Theraworx Relief Joint Discomfort and Inflammation Foam be used with adjunct therapies like TENS devices and hot/cold packs?

    Yes. Theraworx Relief Joint Discomfort and Inflammation Foam can be used along with adjunct therapies. It will not affect the way those products work.

  • How many time a day can I apply Theraworx Relief for Joint Discomfort and Inflammation?

    Theraworx Relief Joint Discomfort and Inflammation Foam and the compression glove or knee sleeve can be applied as often as needed. For best results, however, apply the foam and compression at bedtime, wearing the compression while you sleep (around 6-8 hours). This should help with swelling, stiffness, and discomfort the next day.* The compression glove or knee sleeve can also be worn during the day to reduce inflammation and discomfort. You can use the foam morning and night to keep discomfort at a minimum, or use it any time you need on-the-spot relief.

    * Theraworx Relief for Joint Discomfort and Inflammation was studied in patients who struggled with grip and pinch strength, and had difficulty with everyday tasks like buttoning shirts, tying shoes, and opening containers. It was also studied in patients whose medical history documented difficulty walking up and down stairs, standing up from chairs, getting in and out of cars, and doing other daily activities.

  • Is Theraworx Relief for Joint Discomfort and Inflammation safe to use during pregnancy and breastfeeding?

    While all of the ingredients in Theraworx Relief Joint Discomfort and Inflammation Foam are non-toxic, gentle, and safe to use anywhere on the body, it’s always best to talk to your doctor before using any new product when you’re pregnant or breastfeeding. For questions about using our compression garments during pregnancy, please consult your physician.

  • Is Theraworx Relief for Joint Discomfort and Inflammation safe for children?

    Theraworx Relief for Joint Discomfort and Inflammation has not yet been studied in children.

  • I take a statin medication and am told to avoid grapefruit. Can I use Theraworx Relief Joint Discomfort and Inflammation Foam since it has grapefruit extract?

    Theraworx Relief Joint Discomfort and Inflammation Foam is a topical, locally acting solution (applied to the skin and works only where you need it to). The grapefruit extract contribution in total to the Theraworx Relief formulation is such that systemic effects (affecting the whole body) would be considered negligible, especially since Theraworx Relief is not intended to be ingested. However, it’s best to check with your doctor before using Theraworx Relief.

  • Does Theraworx Relief Joint Discomfort and Inflammation Foam contain parabens?

    Theraworx Relief Joint Discomfort and Inflammation Foam contains a very small amount of methylparaben and propylparaben, which are a fraction (approximately 1/200) of what the FDA says is safe for daily use. Methylparaben and propylparaben are used as product preservatives, protecting consumers from things like harmful bacteria and mold. According to the Food and Drug Administration, parabens have not been shown to be harmful as used in cosmetics—and topical solutions like Theraworx Relief—because they contain very small amounts. Refer to this article for more information: https://www.fda.gov/Cosmetics/ResourcesForYou/Consumers/ucm397393.htm.

  • Is Theraworx Relief for Joint Discomfort and Inflammation FDA approved?

    Theraworx Relief for Joint Discomfort and Inflammation is an FDA registered product and received a New Drug Code from the FDA approving its commercial labeling.

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