LaDainian Tomlinson of the Chargers Points to Myo-Med for Injury Recovery
PLEASANT GROVE, Utah, Oct. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Chargers running-back sensation LaDainian Tomlinson points to Myo-Med (http://www.myomed.com) as a key to his recent injury rebound. In Sunday's game against the Patriots, Tomlinson became the 17th player in NFL history to hit 11,000 career yards. He carried the ball 20 times Sunday, a feat unexpected by critics who thought his early season injuries would continue to hold him back.
Tomlinson, heralded in 2007 as the number one running-back in the nation, referred to Myo-Med's anti-inflammatory properties in his recovery regimen. Tomlinson, who avoids most pain relief products because of their long-term effects on health, started using Myo-Med three years ago before its release to the general public. Its effectiveness and toxin-free ingredients fit perfectly Tomlinson's health and performance plan.
"I've said it before," said Tomlinson. "Myo-Med is my one-stop shop for pain. I use it three or four times a day before and after training. I'm back on the field because I maintain a strong, healthy body that can recover quickly. And using safe products like Myo-Med is one of the ways I stay healthy."
Myo-Med is available through select sports shops, pharmacies, health professionals and online. For more information, visit http://www.myomed.com.
Myo-Med is the flagship product of BioForce, a health products company dedicated to naturally improving the quality of life for people of all ages. Myo-Med was created by health professionals and is recommended by doctors and athletes for those who refuse to let sore muscles, arthritis, or backache get in the way of living. Myo-Med provides pain relief through all-natural, toxin- free ingredients. Myo-Med's proprietary, all-natural nano delivery system carries anti-inflammatory ingredients deep into affected tissue to provide fast, lasting relief. It has been used effectively by those suffering such pain-causing ailments as arthritis, sports injuries, backache, strains, bruises and sprains.
|SOURCE BioForce, Inc.|
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