Kailo Patch Reviews
The Kailo Patch is an analgesic pain-relieving adhesive body patch intended to relieve arthritic, neuropathic, and musculoskeletal pain.
The patch is marketed as a drug-free alternative to other pain relief methods.
The company behind the patch, Kailo Labs LLC, states the patch's effectiveness is backed by science and has been shown in an Institutional Review Board (IRB) approved study to significantly relieve pain.
So, is the Kailo Patch legit or just a hoax product?
We'll take a look at the company's claims, the science behind how the patch is claimed to work, and finally at real customer reviews and complaints about the Kailo Patch.
How Does the Kailo Patch Work?
The Kailo Patch uses a reusable adhesive, making it possible for you to reuse the patch multiple times.
According to the company, to use the Kailo Patch you should place it near (but slightly above) the source of pain. Then move it away from the pain and toward your brain, following the natural pathway of the nervous system.
Once you identify the source of pain you are supposed to remove the plastic on the device and place it on your skin or over lightweight clothing.
The Kailo Patch was developed through crowdfunding, raising nearly 2 million U.S. dollars on Indiegogo.
It is claimed to work via 'bio-antenna' that the company states interacts with the electrical signals that naturally occur in your body.
These antenna are said to act by restoring proper communication between the painful area of the body and the brain.
According to the makers of the patch, the Kailo patch contains billions of nanoparticles of silver and copper that act as capacitors, which can store an electrical charge.
The patch supposedly soaks in the body's ambient energy and directs it back at the body, acting as a bridge between the painful area and the brain, which processes pain signals.
The proposed mechanism of action behind the Kailo Patch has been criticized by pain experts, who state that it is inconsistent with our understanding of pain neurobiology. 
For example, the nerve signals supposedly soaked up by the Kailo Patch are faint and there is scant scientific evidence showing that the nanocapacitors alone can help relieve pain.
The claim that the Kailo patch does not have to be applied to the skin but works through clothing is also questionable.
The Science Behind the Kailo Patch
The Kailo Patch was tested in a clinical trial financed by Pain Relief Technologies, the distributors of patch, and run by a research company called Clarity Science LLC.
The trial is prominently displayed on the company's website as evidence suggesting the effectiveness of the Kailo Patch.
The study reported statistically significant results showing that the Kailo Patch decreased pain levels significantly with no side-effects, with 91% of participants saying they were using less oral pain medication because of the patch.
However, the trial methodology was questionable and its results were potentially skewed.
For example, a control group should be equivalent to the treatment group in all measures, but the control group in the study was much smaller than the test group, and the types of pain being experienced were not equally distributed between the two groups.
Additionally, some participants dropped out of the trial, though it is not clear why.
The study makes no mention of how the study participants were recruited and how many dropped out of the trial, thus potentially skewing the results significantly.
Customer Reviews & Complaints
Customer reviews for the Kailo patch are mixed.
While some customers have reported significant pain relief after using the patch, others have not experienced any noticeable improvement.
On Amazon the Kailo Patch also gets mixed reviews, with a rating of 3.6/5 from over 3,000 customer reviews.
Kailo Labs LLC has a rating of B+ from the BBB with 9 customer complaints in last 3 years and 2 complaints in previous 12 months.
However, customer reviews for the Kailo Patch at the BBB average to only 2.5/5 stars from 8 customer reviews.
Customer reviews here on Reviewopedia are equally mixed, with some customers complaining about the poor custom service the received.
Cost and Price Plans
Customers will have a few purchasing options.
Using the 'special offer' page at GoKailo.com you can buy a single Kailo Kit, which comes with a reusable Kailo, three adhesive pads, and a soft carrying case, for $119 with free domestic shipping.
Customers can also get additional discounts by placing a larger order.
Kailo list several email addresses on their different websites. You can try contacting support using the following addresses: [email protected], [email protected], or [email protected]
Additionally, you can use the contact form found at GoKailo.com/pages/contact-us.
The company lists its physical address as:
8184 S Highland Dr, Suite C6B,
Sandy, UT 84093.
Where to Buy?
You can buy the product from the manufacturer at GoKailo.com or from Amazon.
Competitors and Alternatives
One of the most effective ways to relieve muscle pain is through exercise.
Low-impact exercises such as walking, swimming, and yoga can help strengthen the muscles and increase flexibility, reducing the risk of future pain and aiding in recovery.
Heat and cold therapies can also provide relief. Applying heat through a warm compress or taking a hot shower can increase blood flow and loosen tight muscles.
Cold therapy, on the other hand, can help reduce inflammation and swelling. Ice packs or a cold compress can be applied for 15-20 minutes at a time, several times a day.
Maintaining a healthy diet and adequate hydration is essential for healthy muscles and can also help prevent and reduce muscle pain.
Consuming foods rich in anti-inflammatory nutrients such as omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, and antioxidants can also help decrease inflammation and reduce pain.
In addition, maintaining good posture can help prevent muscle pain. Poor posture puts additional strain on the muscles in the back and neck, leading to pain and discomfort.
Ergonomic chairs, standing desks, and regular stretching can all help improve posture and prevent pain.
If the pain persists, over-the-counter pain relievers like ibuprofen or acetaminophen can provide temporary relief.
However, it's important to note that these medications only mask the pain and do not treat the underlying cause of the pain.
Overall, the best way to prevent and relieve muscle pain is through regular exercise, healthy eating habits, proper posture, and stress management.
While there may be quick fixes on the market, focusing on long-term habits and solutions can help prevent pain and improve overall health and well-being.
The Bottom Line
While products like the Kailo patch claim to provide relief, their efficacy is still uncertain and the proposed mechanism of action is questionable and has been criticized by some pain experts.
The company's claims are debatable, and there are many questions surrounding its credibility.
So is the Kailo Nanotech Patch worth trying? At a cost of over $100 our opinion is probably not.
While there are some positive reviews for the patch on Amazon as well as on the company’s website, there’s a good likelihood that the placebo effect comes into play to some extent.
Without a lot of scientific evidence to back up this product’s efficacy, it’s most likely just not as effective as is claimed.
Fortunately, there are many proven ways to relieve back pain and muscle pain that are backed by scientific research.
If you have any experience with the Kailo Patch, please leave your reviews below.
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Kailo Patch Customer Reviews
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NOT everyone's magic pain cure, but worth a try!
Kailo Flex doesn’t work
Bought a Std Kailo and it seemed to work for my lower back pain. Biggest problem is the adhesive, which lasted only a day or two and lack of flex. I brought a Kailo flex hoping it would be better. Waste of money. Yes they are more flexible but the adhesive is a disaster and they made no difference to my back pain.
It's a Crap Shoot!
Purchased the 3 Pack for $199. Used on my back, I have had surgery and rods placed for L1-4. Seemed to slightly reduce the pain level to dull present pain. Then it folded one night and would not adhere. Got out the second and in 3 days it had a bend in it and wouldn't hold.
Contacted customer service and after 5 days got a reply they would replace one. I requested they replace it and haven't heard from or received a replacement. Facebook now seems to be flooded with other advertisers as cheap as $29.99 for 10 sensors - WoW, maybe it works for some, but Kailo's customer service works for no one!
If it's working for you it's just placebo. Don't throw away the pain killers.
People, if it's working for you keep it to yourself, don't tell it to everybody. It is only a placebo effect. It is so obvious this is a scam.
It does not work. Why would it?
0 stars. A well meaning relative gave me some patches to try . I have arthritis in knees and ligament pain in my arm.
I gave it a fair trial over 2 weeks and it did absolutely nothing. I examined the patch and concluded that a small change in sensation might be experienced just by having it stuck to the skin producing a little accumulated heat through insulation. Much the same could be experienced by taping aluminium foil to the skin or a thermo blanket. I compared it to a more traditional remedy for pain, the microwaved wheat bag and "Deep Heat" ointment. The results were so different. The heated wheat bag was so effective and comfortable. That worked. The ointment too.
People, because they have invested so much for essentially a silicone coated metallic pad want to justify their purchase and believe it works. The only people that Kailo would work for are the people selling it, improving and warming their bank balances. In short, I am convinced it's a worthless product and likely a con. But Kailo has a very nice building if you would check it out on Google Earth. They must be doing well!
It worked for my pain
It seems to work but company has no customer support.
I have used the patches on my knee and on my lower back. The patch seems to work but the adhesive is as pain to work with. The patch detaches at either end and I am looking for a method of attaching it above and to the front of my knee. There is no good way to speak to anyone at Kailo and discuss the problems. They are intent on selling only and support is non existant.
I’m trying to find out if there’s any nickel in the metal. There’s no information whatsoever. I cannot find a phone number to contact the company. Just another quick fix scam.
It worked for me in two different locations on my body
I bought this for my husband's shoulder pain. He said he felt the heat and didn't like it...it itched, he said and didn't help his pain that much. We put it away. He passed away in Feb. so when my knee started giving me problems from a torn meniscus and bone on bone knee joints (scheduled for knee replacement on Oct. 20th, 2022) I thought I'd give it a try.
After experimenting with placement, and never feeling 'heat', I suddenly realized that my pain was greatly reduced and that my knee was not locking up like it had and caused extreme pain. I can now walk without the walker for my knee.
In May I started having piriformis syndrome from two discs at the L4 and L5 and S1 and the pain has been debilitating...can't work, can't walk, can't function on much of any level and no pain pills seemed to work well enough (Gabapentin). I tried the patch on my back in a couple different places and found it gave me relief at least in the butt area, if not down the leg.
It works like a Tenn's but without wires but only if placed correctly. Be prepared to experiment with location. It may not work but how many other solutions have you used that didn't work as expected? We are all different.
They did not work for me. I returned everything just as they told me to. They then email me that the patches were not in envelope. Their way of not paying refund. DO NOT BUY ITS A RIP OFF
I can't be without it.
I bought the patch about two weeks ago and have had great results with it. I have arthritis in my hip and could barely move because of the pain, I move the patch until I feel relief be cause the pain moves each day. It works for me ! Let’s me sleep and move a bit easier. Maybe it doesn’t work for doubters , but I had high expectations and it met them. Maybe I just manifested relief , at any rate , certainly glad I tried this product.
Was A Risk But Worked For Me!!!
When I read about Kailo, I felt that someone heard my cry for no more pain. I have severe arthritis in my back, knees and hands and recently had excruciating muscle pain in my right leg just above and to the side of my knee. I thought i was dying!!! That area is still very sore.
I use one or two canes to be able to just get up in the mornings. I have meds but nothing that I can get "hooked" on. That means I can feel better for a short amount of time and would have to take more nsaids. I don't do that. I exercise the best I can with my Total Gym.
Then I read about Kailo. Something that could relieve my pain - even just bringing the pain down to a dull roar would help!!! I knew it was a chance I would be taking and spending money I needed to keep in my pocket. But my one thought was maybe I could help someone else. I have good friends that have arthritis pain like I do.
I ordered the 3-pack: 2 for my knees and one for my back. When I received it I immediately used the two for my knees. I didn't feel heat or anything else except my pain not as bad as before I put them on. It took a few tries of moving them and then I found the perfect place for both legs. No Arthritis Pain!!!!
I say that Because that muscle pain wasn't gone but it was semi-quiet. That had to do with the placement of the Kailo. I was more interested in my knee pain for walking than the thigh pain. Everyone could see me not needing a cane in the house and at church.I would take one with me (they fold up) just in case. It was like a miracle for me. I am 69 years old and have had arthritis since I was 24.
Now I know there will be skeptics who will think I have been paid to say these things. I am a Christian woman and I believe in helping others whenever I can. Will it work for everyone one. I can see it doesn't. It did work for me. And just to prove what it does, to myself, I have taken them off!
I am back to barely able to walk, especially after sitting. I just felt I needed a break from Kailo. I will continue not using them until just before Thanksgiving. Yes, it's hard now but the thought of feeling much better for the holiday and 2 birthdays on that day is enough to get me through this.
My advice: try one of you have a lot of pain somewhere. Oh, I forgot to say that I have my third Kailo to one of my Pastors. I don't think it has been used because I haven't heard anything one way or another. I will ask for it back to use on my back. Hope this can help someone.
Warren Gibbs October 24, 2020
I am using this for leg pain which is completely stopped as long as the patch is located in a specific area of my thigh. I wish I could reach behind me and place one on my back.
My spouse cannot see to help me and the patch has not worked for her shoulder pain. It lessened her pain when she first placed it on her shoulder but not enough.
I told her this is because the patch is not properly placed and she has to move it around. She hurts to bad to experiment with placing the patch in different locations and doesn't want me too.
Kailo does not work
I failed to read this review and I purchased and they do not work
I can assure you no one paid me to leave a positive reply. You know just maybe they work for some and not for others. Kinda of like any med you take.this works great for me , wish it did for everyone what it does for me… pain relief .
They work for the same people who got improved balance with the Power Band, lol
It seems to work
I was skeptical until I tried it
I have a herniated disc and a bulging disc in my back and suffer from nerve pain all down my right leg. I have tried all kinds of things and treatments and as a last option, tried the kailo patch. I was not expecting it to work as well as it did.
I was very surprised with the level of pain relief I received. I think that those that don't get much relief from it are either using it incorrectly (such as for muscle pain vs. nerve pain) or don't place it in a location that will really help.
I really like this item and it works for me!!!
Well, it does work
I've had back pain for as long as I can remember. Had back surgery which corrected a lot of the issues, but I still have ongoing pain. I use the TENS shock system (love it), as well as sticky smelly patches, creams, and sprays.
I bought the Kailo patch and after a really painful episode that the TENS didn't relieve, I put on the Kailo patch. Plain and simple, it worked. You do have to move it around a bit to find the right spot. I've got it on right now and my back no longer hurts.
The only negative I can say is the directions on applying the sticky tape. I think I put it on backward the first time and couldn't get it off my skin. So I redid it the other way and it stuck nicely.
I've spent thousands of dollars on lots of stuff to help reduce the pain and I have to see this product was worth the money. But like everything else in this world, it may not work for you. That does not make it "fake".
It woks for me and that is all I care about!
how much did they pay you to say that?
Mr. De La Pena, I was not paid anything for my review. That was very rude and insulting to even suggest that. Just because something doesn't work for you doesn't mean it doesn't work for others. The product works for me. I have been fighting a chronic back issue for over 10 years. It is not a disc issue. The doctor says it is just a muscle issue. The chiropractor agrees. But the pain is dibilitating and even the prescribed pain meds don't help. So I try every cream, lotion and product I can find to give me relief. The Kailo patch works for me. Plain and simple.
I am 80 and have arthritis in my neck, and I struggle to maintain a posture that will not let my chin droop toward my chest, which causes pain, dizziness, and other serious side effects, like pressure that restricts breathing. With the Kailo patch, these effects are greatly reduced, so I can function normally. Although I have used the patch all this year, I only recently found the best way for me to wear it, rather than use adhesive on my neck or head, is to put the patch inside a piece cut from panty hose and tie it rather snugly around my neck in front. I get much better results and feel heat comparable to a heating pad this way. Putting the pad over my hair or clothing was not best for me.
Thanks for that awesome information. I will have to try it that way.
Let us know how you make out. If they are a reputable company you should get your money back and if you do well maybe I will try it. If they won't deal with you then I would say that they are a scam company.
The pricing wasn't clear and was charged 3x for these things. Didn't know it until the CC bill came. I've let three of my family members use these, and not one of them has seen any releif, everything from fibormialgia,foot pain casused by nerves in the back, cronic diabetic foot, and hand pain,commonly known as neurophapy. Me,low back pain from degenerated disc, and shoulder pain. Again, no relief. I think this product is B.S. Tried to call the number that the C.C company found through the BBB, it was an automated answering number trying to sell medical alert devices. That number 800-828-7285
I'll just say... a sucker am I. I've filed a dispute against this company and plan returning their fancy plasic.
thank you for your review.
Lol! Again, the reviews are split 50/50 pro and con. I haven’t used the Kailo product, and am more inclined to believe the negative reviews because companies pay representatives to go online and bombard sites with fake positive reviews in order to boost sales. On the other hand, competing companies also pay people to go on their competitors websites and review sites to leave fake negative reviews in order to direct traffic back to their own products.The only real solution is to experiment and try ONE on yourself before investing in bulk offers or wasting money trying to buy it for your suffering family members or friends, and YOU be the judge. If it works for YOU, then great! You will be an acceptable spokesperson. If it doesn’t work for YOU, then it doesn’t work at all and you should return it immediately within the company’s strict return policy deadline and demand an immediate refund.