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Key study  Andersen HH et al 2016. High-Concentration L-Menthol Exhibits Counter-Irritancy to Neurogenic Inflammation, Thermal and Mechanical Hyperalgesia Caused by Trans-cinnamaldehyde. J Pain. Aug;17(8):919-29.
Key study  Bishop B et al. 2011. Effects of Biofreeze vs. ice on acute, non-complicated neck pain (Abstract) Clinical Chiropractic 14(4):153-54
Key study  Bishop BB et al. 2013. The Effect of Biofreeze® on Post Manipulation Soreness in Patients with Mechanical Neck Pain: a randomized double-blinded controlled trial (Abstract) Proceedings of the 15th Annual TRAC Meeting Moscow, Russia. August 2-4, 2013. p. 27
Key study  Brosky JA et al. 2012. Effect of 3.5% menthol gel on knee pain and functioning in patients with knee osteoarthritis (Abstract) J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 42(1):A106-7
Key study  Field T, et al. 2014. Massage therapy plus topical analgesic is more effective than massage alone for hand arthritis pain J Bodywork Movement Therapies 18:322-325
Key study  Greenstein J, et al. 2013. Evaluation of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation vs. Biofreeze in the treatment of back pain. (Abstract). J Chiropr Ed. 27(1):90-91.
Key study  Johar et al. 2012. A comparison of topical menthol to ice on pain, evoked tetanic and voluntary force during delayed onset muscle soreness. Int J Sports Phys Ther. 7(3):314-22.
Key study  Olive JL et al. 2010. Vascular conductance is reduced after menthol or cold application Clin J Sport Med 20(5):372-6.
Key study  Rigby JH et al. 2014. Difference in Tissue Temperature After Therapeutic Ultrasound Using Biofreeze Mixture and Ultrasound Gel as Coupling Media Athl Train Sports Health Care 6(1):25-30
Key study  Rogers ME et al. 2016. Lasting effects of Biofreeze on pain relief in sedentary young men and women with delayed-onset muscle soreness (DOMS) (Abstract). J Performance Health 1(1):65
Key study  Sundstrup E, et al. 2014. Acute Effect of Topical Menthol on Chronic Pain in Slaughterhouse Workers with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Triple-Blind, Randomized Placebo-Controlled Trial Rehabilitation Research and Practice 2014(310913):1-6
Key study  Topp R et al. 2014. A comparison of two formulas of topical menthol on vascular responses and perceived intensity prior to and follow a bout of maximum voluntary muscular contractions (MVMCs). J Bodyw Mov Ther 18(3):424-9.
Key study  Topp R et al. 2011. Comparison of the effects of ice and 3.5% menthol gel on blood flow and muscle strength of the lower arm J Sport Rehabil 20:355-366
Key study  Topp R et al. 2011. Effect of topical menthol on ipsilateral and contralateral superficial blood flow following a bout of maximum voluntary muscle contraction. Int J Sports Phys Ther 6(2):83-91
Key study  Topp R, et al. 2013. The Effect of Either Topical Menthol or a Placebo on Functioning and Knee Pain Among Patients With Knee OA J Geriatric Phys Ther 36(2):92-9.
Key study  Topp R, et al. 2013. Topical menthol, ice, peripheral blood flow, and perceived discomfort J Athletic Train 48(2):220-225
Key study  Zhang J et al. 2008. Effects of Biofreeze and chiropractic adjustments on acute low back pain: a pilot study J Chiropractic Med 7:59-65
American College of Rheumatology 2000. Recommendations for the medical management of osteoarthritis of the hip and knee. Arthritis and Rheumatism 43(9):1905-1915
Andersen LL 2012. Effect of Thera-Band, massage-roller and Biofreeze on muscle pain Proceedings of the 14th Annual TRAC Meeting St. Johns, Newfoundland. Page 14
Benkaci D 2005. Evaluation of the effect of Biofreeze® on cutaneous temperature Unpublished manuscript. UCB Pharma Group, France.
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