New CopperJoint Video Highlights Use of Compression Sleeves for Wrist Pain Relief

Intended for those struggling with joint pain relief, inflammation, or arthritis as a result of strenuous physical activity, a new online video highlights how copper-infused compression sleeves can help athletes find wrist pain relief, speed recovery, and enhance performance

Portland, United States - April 21, 2017 /MarketersMedia/ —

Designed to enhance performance, speed joint recovery, and help anyone who suffers from joint pain or inflammation, CopperJoint proudly released a new infomercial showcasing their copper compression sleeves. While CopperJoint products are made for anyone looking to alleviate pain associated with injury and arthritis, the infomercial specifically explains to physically active women how the compression sleeves can help athletes recover more quickly from strenuous activity and reduce inflammation from overworked muscles and joints.

In the video, the narrator describes how CopperJoint products utilize four-way, “graduated compression to dilate arteries for increased oxygenated blood flow, constrict veins to eliminate lactic acid buildup, and comfortably support muscles to reduce fatigue from shock and vibration.” The video also highlights the cost-effective benefits of using CopperJoint Compression Sleeves to avoid “countless co-pays, chiropractor visits, and ... endless doses of Ibuprofen” that can tax anyone’s wallet.

Additionally, the video explains that CopperJoint’s copper-infused material “is naturally antimicrobial… meaning it kills 99.9% of microbes and doesn’t stink.” The narrator adds, “Your gym buddies will certainly appreciate that feature.”

CopperJoint offers copper-infused compression wear for wrist pain relief and every major joint from your hands down to your calves, knees, and ankles. They also offer copper compression socks, designed for athletes, travelers, diabetics, weekend warriors, and just about anyone else.

“I love these!” a CopperJoint customer comments. “CopperJoint helps my swelling and pain. I have vein issues and these are the best compression sleeves I have ever owned.”

CopperJoint’s performance wear is made for everyone from the toughest athletes to the toughest data-entry clerks with carpal tunnel. Those seeking solutions for wrist pain relief or other joint pain, inflammation, or arthritis and who would like like to learn more may visit CopperJoint.com or find CopperJoint products on Amazon.com.

About CopperJoint:

Based in Portland, Oregon, CopperJoint is dedicated to creating comfortable, effective, and high-quality copper garments for anyone looking for relief from joint pain associated with injury, inflammation, or arthritis. To learn more, visit CopperJoint.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Stefano Starkel
Email: info@copperjoint.com
Organization: CopperJoint
Address: 1812 N Columbia Blvd Suite C15-244292
Phone: 1-888-320-0039

Video URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9SZNAiZxac&feature=youtu.be

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