What Health Professionals Say About Mountain Ice
Health professionals throughout New York State are supporting Mountain Ice! Whether it's physical therapists, nursing homes, local hospitals or general practitioners, skilled professionals in the health care field have been praising Mountain Ice and its powerful effect on their patients.
Dr. Jim Fisher, a physical therapist from Barneveld, New York had this to say:
"My patients have reported that Mountain Ice works better and last longer than anything else they have tried. I like that the ingredients in Mountain Ice are all natural and it does not feel greasy when applied."
Mountain Ice has been widely adopted throughout by physical therapists throughout Central New York. Dr. Carrie Caruso of New Hartford has also recognized the plethora of benefits that Mountain Ice brings to enhance treatment and lessen the healing time of patients.
But it's not just physical therapists who have seen their patients improve with Mountain Ice. Local nursing homes have also taken to the uniquely formulated pain reliever to help their residents manage chronic pain, arthritis, neuropathy, and other rheumatoid diseases. One home in particular has been utilizing Mountain Ice specifically to help residents reduce dependence on opioid pain relievers. This home found that regular, long-term use of Mountain Ice lessened, and even in some cases eliminated, usage of prescription pain relievers.
Heath care professionals have seen innumerable products in their careers, and their support is a powerful statement. Mountain Ice is clinically recommended, and for many reasons: it's safe, all-natural, non-systemic, non-narcotic, and most importantly, it's effective.
Mountain Ice is a clinically recommended, topical analgesic that combines the active ingredient of menthol with powerful natural plants and extracts to create a specially designed formula that reaches pain at its source. It has proven effective at everything from improving athletic performance to restoring mobility in patients with severe arthritis.