Affiliate Disclosure

The US Federal Trade Commission requires disclosing any relationship between a product manufacturer, supplier or service provider and the products reviewed on this website.

Here are the guidelines that Sporthos Physio follows:

Firstly, this is a commercial website, so it may contain advertising. However, we are never paid for researching and writing a review about a certain product. Instead, we invest our own time and money in order to create these reviews.

Some of the links on this website’s articles are “associate sales links.” This means if you can click on the link and purchase an item, this website will receive a commission. That doesn’t mean that you will pay more for that item. The commission is simply a percent of the initial price, paid for by manufacturers or business owners.

NOTE: there is one thing that needs to be mentioned – Sporthos Physio only recommends products or services that are effective, legit and trustworthy. Our recommendations are not influenced by any company or product – but by real facts (such as customer reviews, price, effectiveness). So these reviews are made in an honest perspective.

Also, each review has a part based on personal experiences with that certain product – which is an important factor in the way we rate it.

This website is trying to show both the good and the bad parts of any product, so that the readers know everything before they make a purchase. There might be some subjective information, because some products seem better than others – but the biggest part contains objective facts with real proofs behind.

Sporthos Physio is disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials.”

Disclaimer: NOT Health Advice

We’re physiotherapists and treat specific orthopedic, sports and musculoskeletal conditions, but we’re not medical doctors.

So the information in this site is NOT medical advice – we always recommend patients and readers to always seek medical advice FIRST from their physicians and physiotherapists.

Most of the pain relief products and supplementation recommended here, are more likely suitable for pain relief to help manage pain as patients receive treatments from their own physicians, physiotherapists, hand therapists, massage therapists, osteopaths, chiropractors etc and NOT designed to replace consulting with medical professionals.

Always seek medical opinion (ie check in with your doctors) first before starting a supplementation regime or product.

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