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Extreme Sport Athletes Choose the Rebound® TENS Unit at Clash at Clairemont 8

Mission Valley, California (PRWEB) August 14, 2014

The Clash at Clairemont 8 was a huge success once again, delivering a star studded athlete roster, incredible musicians, food and fun for the whole family. This amazing event benefits the Mission Valley YMCA/Krause Family Bike and Skatepark, and Grind for Life’s mission of helping people with cancer.

The Clash at Clairemont started 7 years ago as a cooperative effort between Pro Skateboarder Andy Macdonald, the Mission Valley YMCA, and Grind for Life. The event featured over 45 of today’s best action sports athletes such as Tony Hawk, Andy Macdonald, and Simon Tabron as well as live music and great family fun.

The Rebound® TENS device was showcased at the Clash at Clairemont 8 by sponsor BioMedical Life Systems. The athletes had an overwhelmingly positive response to the drug-free pain relief they achieved. When overuse and injuries occur, everyone talks about what’s safe, what works, and what’s best. Many top skateboarders and BMX riders got to try the Rebound® TENS unit first hand. Now, when they need to recoup and rebound, they grab their Rebound® TENS unit for quick pain relief!

After the event, social media has been abuzz with pro athletes posting testimonials and photos of the Rebound®, and even including the Rebound® in their vacation photos! Pro Skateboarder Adrian Demain’s Facebook status was a photo of the Rebound® being used on his ankle and he proclaimed the unit “totally helps, just twisted my ankle. Using it on my lower back too.”

The Rebound® TENS unit is FDA registered Class II Medical device and is now available without a prescription! The Rebound® pain relief device works “through the skin”, emitting a “tingling sensation” to help you manage your pain without the use of drugs. It is non-addicting, simple to use, affordable and effective. Find pain relief in as little as 15 minutes with Rebound®.

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