Dear MendMeShop,

I would like you to know that after landing on my left knee sharply enough to merit two weeks on crutches 12 weeks ago, I am now 95% better. The knee isn't fully recovered in strength, but it is pain free and able to go up and down stairs normally now and in general work as it should. Deep knee bends aren't a recommended activity just yet, though it is comfortable to do that motion at some times but not at others. In any event, your inferno wrap was part of my recovery process, and I feel a very important one! Between the information on your website and the wrap – and the RICE! - I seem to have healed far better than I originally expected, though it has taken time and patience, and I was cautious so as not to re-injure it! Thank you. Just wanted you to know!

Rating: Five Star Rating

Carolyn Seward


Diagnosis of Illiopsoas Bursitis and Tendonitis

Iliopsoas tendinitis and/or bursitis are among the most under-reported and under-diagnosed conditions, because they are difficult to identify. People will often have the injury for months, before going to seek professional medical attention. These injuries are often associated with snapping hip syndrome (a snapping sensation when you move your hip that result from your tendon snapping over your hip/pelvic bones, or results from loose bodies in your hip joint), lumbar lordosis (swayback), degenerative or herniated lumbar discs, and/or other groin injuries (avulsion fractures, osteitis pubis, adductor tendonitis, sports hernia, nerve entrapment).

To help your doctor achieve a proper diagnosis, he/she will begin with a medical history about you, your current condition and symptoms. He/she will inquire about the intensity of your present pain, the duration of your symptoms and the limitations you are experiencing. Details about what instigated the problem, when it started, and whether or not you have ever had treatments for this or a similar condition in the past, are very helpful in assessing your injury.

Diagnosis stretching as done by your doctor.

Most of the physical examination will focus on your abdomen, hip, pelvis, groin, lower back, upper thigh and genital area. Your doctor will visually assess and palpate (feel) your bones and soft tissue to evaluate sameness (symmetry), and recognize differences. This will help to discover any abnormalities, such as mild or severe inflammation, pain and tenderness, fluid, bone or tissue deformity, and weakened muscles. Your doctor will often look for an anterior pelvic tilt due to tight iliopsoas muscles. Your gait (the way you walk) and leg lengths will be examined, to test for tight hip flexors and/or other conditions.

Resting will relieve pain.

Pain is often experienced when putting pressure on the groin femoral triangle (inguinal ligament on top, sartorius muscle on the outside, adductor longus muscle along the inside). Your doctor will often ask you to flex your knee or hip and turn your leg outward against resistance, lie down and raise your heels while legs are straight 15 degrees off table, or move from a bent to straight position to test for hip restrictions, strength and pain. He/she will also listen for a popping noise heard with these motions.

Most Common Iliopsoas Injury Diagnostic Tests:

If you have iliopsoas tendinitis and/or bursitis or iliopsoas syndrome, you often don´t require additional tests.

illiopsoas x-ray

X-rays will provide a two-dimensional image of the overall structure of your pelvis. They are helpful in identifying the position of the pelvis and/or any instability, abnormal bone shapes (bone spurs or bone cysts, wear and tear on the joints), avulsion fractures (when a fragment of bone tears away from the main bone along with the soft tissue (muscle, tendon, ligament) as a result of trauma) and/or other groin or hip problems.

illiopsoas mri

MRI and CT scans will provide more detailed information and will help to evaluate the soft tissues in and around your groin and pelvis (muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia, and other connective tissues). They will show fluid next to the muscle, and may identify inflammation, tendinitis, tears and other associated groin conditions. They are generally used in more severe cases or to identify co-existing groin conditions.

Diagnostic Ultrasound (ultrasonography) can confirm diagnosis and demonstrate tissue disruption or thickened tendons. It is good for identifying bursitis and excessive fluid in bursa, and/or eliminating other causes of iliopsoas pain.

Blood tests can be ordered if rheumatoid arthritis is suspected as a cause of your iliopsoas tendinitis or bursitis.

BFST™ - Using Your Body's Natural Healing System
Inferno Wrap providing superior blood flow stimulation.

Your body can heal itself! In fact, your body starts healing itself the moment you are injured and it's the blood in your body that makes it all happen. Your blood is the transport mechanism for everything that is good inside you. It carries oxygen, nutrients, water and antibodies. Proper blood flow is essential to healing. Unfortunately, when you injure your body you stop moving and the swelling sets in. That means your vital blood flow can be reduced to a trickle! If you want to heal quickly, you need to keep your blood moving and that's where Blood Flow Stimulation Therapy™, or BFST™, comes in.

Blood Flow Stimulation Therapy™ promotes the flow of blood through the injured area without the need to exercise your already damaged tissue. You can really feel it work. Within moments of applying an Inferno Wrap™ you can feel the healing sensation and the increase in blood flow. During a treatment, and for quite some time after you finish, your injured area will experience increased blood flow even though your body is at rest. It's a soothing sensation and extremely effective. With BFST™ your injury is constantly being fed with healing, nutritious, oxygen and energy filled blood. This is exactly what your body needs to heal.

How An Inferno Wrap™ Works

Inferno Wrap and how it works.

Inferno Wraps™ have been specifically designed for the treatment of deep, soft tissue injury. Inferno Wraps contain a patented Energy Web™ which is flexible and shaped to conform to your body. This Energy Web™ emits a uniform wave of perfectly safe electro-magnetic energy over its entire surface. This energy travels deep inside your body and stimulates the blood flow needed to heal your injury.

Order Now

Our Cold Compression Wraps are recommended by countless medical professionals. That's why we sell them, because they are the best. We have noticed over time that our customers are so fond of our cold wraps that they are frequently coming back and ordering a second one. The wraps are becoming very popular with baseball and soccer trainers, and the wraps can be conveniently stored in a cooler for quick application on the field when needed.

xyliss ultrasound

Ultrasound therapy is also a helpful tool for pain prevention of bursa injuires, and having a portable ultrasound device at home can be a powerful and convenient treatment tool. If you have symptoms or are recovering from a bursa related injury, using ultrasound on a regular basis before your activity or throughout the day will help relax your muscles, tendons and tissues, diminish pain and inflammation, soften scar tissue and contribute greatly to the healing of your injury.

Order Now

If you suffer from mild inflammation or pain after certain activities or movements use ultrasound therapy when you complete the activity and then rest and elevate your area of injury. Limit the application of ultrasound to a couple of treatments per day (the manual will recommend treatment frequency depending upon the injury). In between ultrasound treatments, maximize your pain relief and injury recovery by using an Inferno™ Personal Therapy System. Proven Performance, Proven Relief - only found at If you have been given a treatment plan by your health professional, make sure you adhere to it to ensure pain free living. In general, people who are committed to their therapies and exercises will have the best medical outcomes.

MendMeShop Live Chat Live Help

Dear MendMeShop,

Just want to let you know that I've had a chance to use the Freeze Wrap. I fell down on my tail bone and injured it slightly. I put the Freeze Wrap on my behind every night while watching TV, and it seems to help it a lot. I alternate between the 2 ice packs, keeping one in the freezer at all times. Thought you might be interested in this for the follow-up of your products. Will recommend your products highly to anyone interested. Sincerely, Irene

Rating: Five Star Rating

Irene Tom


pain relief and injury treatment with ultrasound therapy

Advanced Therapy for torn achilles, ruptured achilles, sprained ankle or other ankle injury

Ankle sprain treatment and pulled achilles treatment without surgery

An effective treatment

Relieve the pain of plantar fasciitis with a cold compress

Inferno Wrap Elbow for tennis elbow, epicondylitis, elbow strains and elbow sprain

Freezie Wrap Elbow for tennis elbow, epicondylitis, and elbow sprain to prevent surgery

Contact one of our Mendmeshop Customer Service Advisors for any questions help with ordering and recommended treatment directions