Dr. Dean's Pain Patches a True Alternative Method to Manage Your Pain
Who Is Dr. Dean Clark?
Dr. Clark has been a Doctor of Chiropractic in private practice in Portland for 34 years and is Board Certified in Sports Medicine and Infrared Imaging.
He was assistant Cross County and track coach at Oregon State and then went on to Stanford where he was the Head Cross-country coach and Assistant Track coach.
Dr. Clark had the opportunity to attend four Olympics on the medical staff, where he worked with these amazing athletes in the field of Chiropractic. This work inspired him to dive further into work developing innovative natural pain relief options.
Clark developed Bolt Tape, a combo of Kinesio Tape, (original elastic adhesive tape that helps to alleviate discomfort and facilitate lymphatic drainage by microscopically lifting the skin) infused with a natural solution of Arnica and natural minerals.
Since then he has gone on to create other methods to deliver relief through his new and expanding line of pain relief patches.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"I have been using topical CBD creams for several years now to combat the pain from having no cartilage in one of my knees due to severe arthritis. The creams that I use usually only last for a few hours before they have to be replaced. On a day that I forgot my topical cream, I happened to see one of the vendors at the farmer's market I was at had the Dr. Dean's CBD pain patches for sale. I spoke with the vendor about their experiences using the patches and decided to go ahead and purchase them. I was also a little apprehensive to purchase these because I have an adhesive allergy and a latex allergy but decided to try them anyway because of my pain level at the time. Within minutes of applying the patch just above my bad knee, I started to feel relief from the severe pain I was in. My husband said he could see I was out of pain within about 15 minutes after I put the pain patch on. I am very happy to report that after 3 weeks of use I have not had any allergies to these and will be purchasing more when I run out. My only suggestion to users when picking a place to put them on your body where they will not have direct contact with the hemline in your clothing or the adhesive may fail sooner than later."