Pharmacist

Well-versed in the mechanism of action and the many uses of Lidocaine, pharmacists have been recommending this product since first used in 1948. Very effective in its temporary relief of pain and available in numerous forms, Lidocaine is available via prescription or over-the-counter. Found in first-aid kits, sprays for sunburn, insect bites, or poison ivy, Lidocaine is often the main ingredient.

 

Working by blocking the pain signal sent by the nerve endings on the skin, when applied over the affected area Lidocaine creates a feeling of numbness and can provide pain relief within the first hour for up to 12-hours allowing the user to continue with their ADL’s.
Lidocaine

Lidocaine is one of the most widely used medications for the treatment of mild to moderate pain.

Anesthetic

Unlike counterirritants, LidoFlex is an anesthetic that causes numbness by stopping the transmission of pain to the brain without the unfavorable smells or a greasy residue.

Return on Investment

LidoFlex creates an attractive ROI as an annuity-based product.

Acute Conditions

Unlike transdermal prescription medications (Lidoderm), LidoFlex pain patches work well with acute conditions.

Non-Habit Forming

Non-habit forming, LidoFlex pain patches contain no opioids and doesn't have the potential side effects associated with narcotics and other prescription medications.

Non-Systemic

Non-systemic, LidoFlex pain patches deliver 100% of the medication to the area in need.

ADL's

LidoFlex pain patch technology was designed to be worn during ADL's.

Flexible and Versatile

LidoFlex pain patches are flexible and versatile fitting over most parts of the body.