Injury Repair and Recovery Peptides

Muscular, Ligament and Tissue Injury Repair and Recovery

If you need help recovering quickly from an injury you may find success with peptide treatments.  

Anyone has the capacity to injure themselves through physical activity. Dependent on fitness level and mental state, those who participate in sports as a hobby, bodybuilding, dance or those who work in industries requiring physical labour will be more inclined to experience injury.

Active people who find themselves getting injured with frequency or those finding injury healing time is much more delayed than expected will benefit from using peptide supplementation.

It is evident that as we age, healing from injuries will take a lot longer than when we were young. This is due in part to our GH levels. Most people who are 30+ will have some GH deficiency that is affecting their ability to repair and recover from accidents.

Injury repair peptides speed up the rate of tissue repair

Peptides used in injury repair send a message to the body to increase the rate of tissue repair. Growth hormone (from the anterior pituitary gland under the brain) is particularly good at stimulating connective tissue production.

Injury Repair for Muscle Strains and Tendon Sprains

  • torn ligament injury
  • torn cartilage injury
  • achilles tendon injury
  • muscle damage
  • torn rotator cuff
  • ankle sprain
  • diffuse axonal injury
  • soft tissue injury
Injury repair - Skeletal Muscle
Our bodies are sophisticated, working as a network to support all interacting components of the body.
The tissues in the body consist of cells held together by connective tissue which is infiltrated with capillaries and nerves.
The cells are specialised to perform certain functions, depending upon the tissue i.e. muscle cells shorten their length mechanically.
The connective tissue consists of a gel and protein strands that ‚Äėglue‚Äô the cells together.
The capillaries provide nutrients to the cells and remove their waste products.
A muscle contains many muscle cells, surrounded and held together by its connective tissue. The connective tissue is continuous with the tendons at each end of the muscle and this connects the muscle cells to the bones. In this way, contraction and shortening of the muscle cells results in movements of the bones around their joint.
A single excessively high force, or multiple lower intensity forces can damage the connective tissue of a muscle. This is called a strain in a muscle or a sprain of a tendon.
As the connective tissue has a much less dense blood supply than the muscle cells, the connective tissue has a much slower repair rate. For those requiring quick injury recovery and repair, peptide supplementation can be a worthwhile option.
Repetitive sprains can trigger an inflammatory process around the damaged tissue called tenosynovitis in tendons.
These substances can be increased in the body via treatments available here at Peptide Clinics. Register to gain access!

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Examples of common injuries that may benefit from injury repair and rehabilitation peptides: