Gordochom Solution

Indications: Athletes foot (Tinea Pedis), Thick and Discoloured nails (onchomycosis), Fungal Infections.

Gordochom Solution is an effective, inexpensive antifungal treatment in the form of a liquid in a 30mL bottle. It contains as active ingredients, a natural fungicide Undecenoic Acid 250mg/mL and a germicide & antifungal agent, Chloroxylenol 30mg/mL in a penetrating oil base. Gordochom is an antifungal for infections of the nails and skin offereing a non toxic, topical broad spectrum treatment of onychomycosis (Fungal Nails), cutaneous (skin) fungus infections – softener for callous nail grooves. Gordochom is an over the counter-non prescription” antifungal product, may be used by people with Diabetes.

Mycomist

Indications: Smelly/Stinky Shoes (Caused by Bacteria or Fungus) Mycomist is a fungicidal, sanitizing deodorant spray for shoes and boots which utilizes the triple action of Chlorophyll, Formalin and Benzalkonium Chloride. When treating Athletes foot (Tinea Pedis), Fungal nails (Onychomycosis)use with Gordochom antifungal solution to directly treat while using Mycomist to disinfect shoes, boots and sandals decrease the spread of infection.

Urea 20%

Indications: Dry, Cracked, Calloused, Rough and Hardened skin of feet. Urea 20% – adds elasticity to the skin to make it supple by drawing upon the body’s own moisture. Urea is known for its hydration and keratolytic (breakdown of callus) properties. The Urea is delivered through a white odorless cream base which helps penetrate the thick skin that can form on feet. Gormel Creme helps prevent the painful splitting skin that can form on heels, and offers a prompt and effective way to get relief. It is perfect for Diabetic patients and people with Sensitive skin.

100% Abscents

Indications: Sweaty Feet (Hyperhydrosis), Smelly Feet. 100% Abscents brand molecular sieve used as a highly effective deordorizing powder. It is a cool soothing foot powder containing the triple action of Potassium Sodium and Aluminum that acts as a antiperspirant and actually removes the molecules that cause odor instead of masking it.

Bromi-Lotion

Indications: Sweaty Feet (hyperhydrosis), Smelly Feet Bromi-Lotion is unique among antiperspirants in that it is formulated as a soothing lotion, rather than a spray or roll-on. Bromi-Lotion is an effective aid in the management of excessive perspiration and odor, also known as bromidrosis and hyperhidrosis. It incorporates the drying power of twenty percent aluminum hydroxychloride in an alcohol free, nonirritating comforting base.

Biofreeze

Indications: Arthritis Pain, Back & Muscle Pain, Leg & Joint Pain, Neck, Shoulder & Arm Pain, Muscle Sprain, Hip, Leg & Knee Pain and Pain from Sports Injuries. Biofreeze has an ingredient called Ilex (a South American holly scrub that was used by the Paraguay Indians) to help decrease pain. Biofreeze is a type of cryotherapy that has been shown to help decrease the aches & pains of daily life Biofreeze can be used during ultrasound treatments, used before massage therapy or trigger point therapy, used prior to doing rehabilitation exercises as well as used for Pre and Post Workout Stretch.

Compression stockings

Compression stockings are specialized stockings that are worn to prevent poor blood circulation in the legs. They prevent the pooling of blood in the veins and reduce the risk of deep vein thrombosis in the legs. Class 1: Mild compression; 18 mmHg to 21 mmHg at the ankle. For a feeling of tired and heavy legs, for early venous insufficiency (weakness), for mild varicose veins without pronounced edema, for varicose veins in pregnancy, for so called “spider veins”, and after sclerosis of varicose veins. Class 2: Moderate compression; About 23 mmHg to 32 mmHg at the ankle. For more serious symptoms, for more marked varicose veins or moderate edema, after resolution of minor ulcers, after sclerosis and surgery for varicose veins, after deep vein thrombosis and in cases of insufficiency (weakness) of the valves in the deep veins. Class 3: Powerful compression; About 34 mmHg to 46 mmHg at the ankle. For chronic venous insufficiency (weakness), pronounced edema, atrophy blanche, dermatosclerosis and after resolution of serious ulcers. Class 4: Very powerful compression. Over 49 mmHg at the ankle. For lymphoedema and disfiguring swelling. Compression therapy: is one of the most important methods in the treatment of venous disorders. Applying compression bandages or wearing compression stockings presses the distended veins (varicose veins, varicosities) together from the outside. This enables the venous valves to close and the leg muscles can squeeze the blood better out of the veins which, in turn, improves the return transport of blood to the heart. Since veins that have once been distended are no longer able to actively contract, such compression must be used for the rest of the patient’s life if surgery is contraindicated. However, even in cases where surgery is indicated, compression stockings must also be worn or the legs must be dressed with compressive bandages for a number of weeks after the surgical removal of the veins.