Salonpas

Last Update February 11, 2016
Salonpas is a brand name of a line of over-the-counter (OTC) Transdermal analgesic patch manufactured by Hisamitsu Pharmaceutical Co.,...
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Does Salonpas cause Tendonitis?

#2 in Salonpas discussions - 30 posts discuss Tendonitis with Salonpas. Tendonitis is #2 concern in Salonpas discussions.

Does Salonpas cause Tendonitis?

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I do. I use Salonpas on tendonitis and bursitis. It has a...
" ...I do. I use Salonpas on tendonitis and bursitis. It has a small amount of anti inflammatory in it but my Rheumy says not enough would be absorbed through the skin to bother my oral NASID. My Rheumy... "

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working with PT and using Salonpas topical pads on the area...
" I was getting wicked tendonitis in lots of places which ...working with PT and using Salonpas topical pads on the area ...the next day and get red swollen tendons the next day.... "

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Salonpas, as I have sesamoid bone problems which can ca...
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" ...foot, near the toe. I love Salonpas, as I have sesamoid bone problems which can cause tendonitis at times.... "

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lled Salonpas for my tendonitis in my elbow. I've ev...
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" ...all those pills, Legzz. We want you to wake up, ya know. I tried something called Salonpas for my tendonitis in my elbow. I've even put one on my side/back this morning after... "

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do hydrotherapy and use Salonpas on the areas that hurt...
" I take lexapro and trazadone and they ...Also take Celebrex and Tylenol twice a day. Each by themselves doesn't seem to help much but together do ...also do hydrotherapy and use Salonpas on the areas that... "

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not interact. I also put Salonpas patches on various sites...
" ...at night and 1000 mg Tylenol 3 times a day. The NASID is important to reduce inflammation; the Tylenol is for better pain control only. They do not interact. I also put Salonpas patches on various... "

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s may respond to Salonpas patches. I use these OTC patch...
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" ...to avoid aggravating them 2) tendonitis of the achillies tendon...this can ...reactivate it. Some foot pain like this may respond to Salonpas patches. I use these OTC patches for some of... "

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I used them the last trip I took and it was amazing...
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" ...as well along with patellar tendonitis. It can get pretty bad ...have recently discovered the Salonpas pain patches. They are great! Found them at Walmart. I used them the last trip I took and it was... "

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iced it down and put a salonpas patch on it. 2 days later,...
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" ...you last time. think it's tendonitis and it hurts like of ...iced it down and put a salonpas patch on it. 2 days ...slow to heal and the tendonitis makes it nearly impossible to... "

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put Salonpas topical patches directly on them. It helps the...
" I have both medial and lateral epicondylitis, or tennis and golf ...hurts. Stoney is so right, tendonitis, and bursitis, is such a ...for help. I also put Salonpas topical patches directly on them. It helps... "

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