Injury Recovery

Time To Heal faster!

If you get hurt because of your training, a faster recovery time without surgery may be an option through peptide therapy.

Sports and athletic injuries can happen as a result of poor training, improper equipment, lack of warmup and being out of shape.

Severe injuries could lead to lifelong consequences if proper healing and rehab doesn’t occur. Those who are trying to train harder, if muscles aren’t recovering between intense training sessions, progress will be hampered and injury from overuse could occur.

Elite athletes have used natural tactics, like peptides, for decades.

They need faster recovery times and the ability to train intensely without injury.

Peptides are just now becoming more popular with the general population as the research and testing continues to provide more peptides approved for therapy by the FDA.

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Why Peptides Over
Steroids for Athletes?

Peptides don’t have the side effects or unnatural effects of steroids. The science that creates peptides uses existing amino acid chains in the body or fashions them after chains found the body.

They are inexpensive and do not show up in urine as anything unnatural (because they naturally exist within the body as communicators).

They spark responses for healing on a local or whole-body level, and they can be stacked to promote stronger responses. Muscle mass is able to be built much faster when the small tears are healed by peptides.

This allows for a rapid schedule of high intensity workouts and repetitions.

Athletes are able to use peptides to reduce fat and build muscle without recovery times slowing their progress. Peptides don’t do anything unnatural in the body or do the work for you—they simply allow the body to regenerate tissue faster and enable hard workers to push harder.

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Peptides Used for Injury and Rehab

There are key peptides that have been approved for healing injuries and speeding recovery times. BPC-157 Injectable and Thymosin Beta 4 are two examples of peptides that can be used for recovery. They will speed healing and enable faster tissue growth. These two peptides can be used to stack for even greater results in some cases.

The most common injuries athletes experience occur due to:

  • Muscle sprains and strains
  • Broken or fractured bones
  • Ligament tears
  • Cartilage damage (like in knees)
  • Dislocated joints

These injuries can occur in any sport, athletic activity, car accident or fall. Injury can happen from a sudden event (like a crash or bad landing), poor preparation, poor posture, wrong movement or overuse. When injury occurs, peptide BPC-157 injections can be used to locally treat the problem areas. Thymosin Beta 4 is a more generalized healing peptide that supports the localized healing of BPC-157 and can be stacked for effectiveness.

Some of the most common sports injuries are:

  • Ankle sprain
  • Groin pull
  • ACL tear
  • Patellofemoral syndrome
  • Tennis elbow
  • Pulled hamstring
  • Rotator cuff injury
  • Dislocated shoulder
  • Whiplash (neck strain)
  • Broken bones or fractures in the fingers, arms and legs

Peptides can be used during the rehab of these injuries, supporting quick tissue growth and preventing inflammation as the body recovers from a sports injury. These natural pain killers and healing supplements provide incredible results to a wide range of injuries.

Speeding Recovery for
Intense Regimens

Athletes, bodybuilders and active adults are often held back as they wait for their body to recover between workouts. Most will switch various focuses, rotating on and off certain areas in periods of resting and stressing the muscles. Recovery is often considered to require only sleep, time and essential nutrition.

However, the body itself is directing recovery through the production of cells and rebuilding of torn tissues. Peptides harness those communication chains to send messages for more healing effort from the body to the muscles, faster. This allows serious athletes, gym rats and fitness pros to take their effort to the next level.

When it comes to faster recovery times, a peptide therapy regimen of Thymosin Beta 4 can help the body produce key tissues and cells for faster healing.

Other benefits of peptide use for recovery include:

  • Better strength, due to muscle recovery and growth
  • Lessened inflammation
  • Faster wound closure and healing
  • Stop scar tissue production
  • Pain reduction
  • Muscle relaxer
  • Improved endurance

If you are active, peptide therapy may be right for you. You can talk to one of our US licensed physicians about peptide therapy options that fit your needs and lifestyle. A trained professional will help you understand dosing and provide you with a peptide prescription today!


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