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Offering Custom Products

Posted on August 26, 2016 by Thomas Parker, MD

"As a petite adult tennis player, it is very challenging to find quality products to support various body parts prone to injury so I was delighted when my physical therapist recommended BodyHelix. I had the opportunity to go directly to the site to have a custom fitting. Krystal and Sara were absolutely delightful and helpful to work with. After trying on an elbow and knee sleeve, I was sold! They are working with me to customize an elbow sleeve to fit and are having it shipped to me immediately. I will tell all of my tennis friends especially the ones over 40 who are always nursing injuries and trying to stay healthy on the courts so we can continue to enjoy playing for many many years!" KP

How did she get a custom fitting, you ask? Our manufacturing plant is located in Greensboro, NC. We take pride in crafting the very best compression sleeves on the market. At Body Helix we understand that visiting our manufacturing plant is not an option for most of you, that’s why we’ve made it simple to choose the right size when ordering. Just click on the drop down box after you have measured your elbow, knee, etc.

Thanks KP, we are delighted to hear how impressed you are with our products!

Thomas Parker, MD

Thomas Parker, MD

About the Author: Thomas E. Parker, MD, Chief Executive Officer of Body Helix, is a retired physician, with a practice specialty of Internal Medicine. He attended The Ohio State University College of Medicine and completed his Internal Medicine internship and residency at Duke University Medical Center. Parker received the distinction of “Top Doctor” in Charlotte Magazine in 2011, 2012, and 2014. In 2008, Parker became involved in Body Helix as a founding member and Chief Science Officer with the responsibility of overseeing product development, safety and guiding marketing materials to reflect scientifically accurate claims.

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