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Patent trends for treating Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS)

Patent trends for treating Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) reflect the ongoing innovation in the healthcare and wellness sectors.

 

Nutritional Supplements and Formulations Anti-Inflammatory Compounds:

Patents for supplements containing natural anti-inflammatory ingredients such as turmeric (curcumin), ginger, and omega-3 fatty acids.

 

Amino Acids and Proteins:

Formulations including branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs), collagen, and other proteins aimed at reducing muscle damage and promoting repair.

 

Antioxidant Supplements: Patents on supplements rich in antioxidants like vitamins C and E to reduce oxidative stress and muscle soreness.

 

Topical Applications Transdermal Patches:

Patented technologies for transdermal patches that deliver pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory medications directly to the affected area. Gels and Creams: Innovations in gels, creams, and ointments containing ingredients like menthol, capsaicin, and CBD to provide localized relief.

 

Pharmaceuticals Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs):

Patents for new formulations or delivery methods of NSAIDs specifically designed to treat muscle soreness. Muscle Relaxants: Development of new muscle relaxants that can aid in the reduction of muscle tension and soreness.

 

Medical Devices Electrostimulation Devices:

Patents for devices that use electrical stimulation to enhance muscle recovery and reduce soreness. Massage and Compression Devices: Innovations in mechanical massage and compression devices designed to improve circulation and reduce muscle pain.

 

Cryotherapy and Thermotherapy Cryotherapy Chambers:

Patented designs for whole-body cryotherapy chambers that can reduce inflammation and soreness through extreme cold exposure.

Heating Pads and Wraps:

Innovations in heating technologies that provide soothing heat to sore muscles, including portable and battery-operated designs.

 

Exercise and Rehabilitation Equipment Foam Rollers and Massage Balls:

New designs and materials for foam rollers and massage balls aimed at improving efficacy in reducing muscle tightness.

 

Therapeutic Exercise Equipment:

Patented exercise devices that aid in gentle stretching and muscle recovery.

 

Wearable Technology Smart Clothing:

Wearable garments with embedded sensors that monitor muscle activity and recovery, providing feedback to optimize recovery routines.

 

Compression Wearables:

Patents for smart compression wearables that dynamically adjust compression levels based on real-time muscle feedback.

 

Alternative Therapies Acupuncture and Acupressure Devices:

Innovations in devices that mimic the effects of acupuncture and acupressure to reduce muscle pain and promote healing. Herbal Remedies: Patents for herbal formulations and their delivery methods to provide natural relief from muscle soreness.

 

Combination Therapies Integrated Treatment Systems:

Patents on systems that combine multiple therapies (e.g., cryotherapy, compression, and electrostimulation) into a single device or treatment protocol.

Digital Health Solutions Mobile Apps:

Development of mobile applications that provide personalized recovery plans, track symptoms, and suggest treatments for DOMS.

 

Telemedicine Platforms:

Patents on platforms that offer remote consultations with physical therapists and access to customized recovery programs.
 

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