- Hot & Cold Therapy
30 Soft Reusable Hot & Cold Gel Pack
Reusable – Durable – Premium Gel – Microwave & Freezer Safe
30 Reusable Hot and Cold Gel Pack is exactly what you need for sore and swollen muscles and joints at the end of a long day or after getting injured. Depending on the injury, you might find yourself needing specifically hot or cold relief, or even a combination of the two. Fortunately, the Reusable Hot and Cold Gel Pack is designed to cover you on either fronts.SKU: 3318
- Hot & Cold Therapy
Instant Cold Pack, Pack Of 7
Single-Use – Instant Relief – Easy to Use – Pain Relief
Instant Cold Packs are there for when you need immediate, cold relief. While ice or reusable hot and cold packs have their application, sometimes they are either not readily available or not prepared for an incident. In those cases, an Instant Cold Pack can be invaluable in ensuring quick and effective treatment.SKU: 3320
Hot & Cold Therapy
People, regardless of age or sex, suffer from joint and muscle pain on a daily basis for a variety of reasons. Be it age, soreness, stress, many factors cause this flaring of pain that makes daily life that much harder. Where and how it happens differs from person to person and identifying those negative factors is what helps a person treat the area.
Hot and cold therapy is one of the more successful methods of easy treatment that requires no prescription. Temperature therapy works by applying a gel/ice bag to an area of the body, which slowly relieves pain. Often times after surgery or the like doctors recommend putting ice on an area for extended periods which numbs soreness/pain.
Contrary to what seems like a simple device, there are different types of therapy packets for different parts of the body. For example, some people suffer from back pain due to posture/work related reasons. Some temperature therapy solutions are actually pads which can be worn around the shoulders. Velcro straps allow bags to be wrapped around areas so as not to hinder mobility of a person or affect their normal routine. This allows for therapy to occur at rest or even at work if need be.
Many other options exist too, dependent on the pain type. Larger straps and pads, ointments, small machines that send vibrations to the muscle, and so on are just a few of the long list available to patients. If you or a loved one experiences strains, soreness, or other type of pain after an injury or for other reasons, you should contact a healthcare professional for assistance. Alternatively, prescriptions are not required and a multitude of temperature therapy devices are readily available.