Pliable ThermiPaq pad filled with all-natural, clay-based materials
It is non-toxic, biodegradable and environmentally safe
Recommended by leading healthcare professionals
For use over the sinus region, lower back, elbows, and knees. The thermal-ceramic beads built into the pad release soothing moisture throughout the treatment.
1-800-800-5728 Made in USA
Follow instructions carefully. Misuse can cause burns.
Do not apply the inner pack directly to the skin. Always use the cloth cover.
Test the temperature before using by applying ThermiPaq to sensitive skin such as the underside of the wrist.
Do not overheat. Overheating in the microwave can damage or destroy the product.
If any swelling of the ThermiPaq is observed while heating, immediately turn off the microwave and wait for the swelling to go down before opening the oven door.
Theramics material (contained in the inner pack) is safe and non-toxic when used as directed. If the pack is accidentally punctured, however, discontinue using the product. If the contents come in contact with the skin, wash with soap and water to remove. Soiled clothing may be laundered or dry cleaned.
Be cautious when using the ThermiPaq for people whose skin may be less sensitive to temperature extremes, such as infants, young children or older persons.
Persons with diabetes, circulatory problems, nerve damage, paralysis or insensitive skin should use only as directed by a physician.
Consult your doctor before treating any serious injury or if pain persists.
Do not use the ThermiPaq in conjunction with liniments, balms or lotions.
Comments about ThermiPaq Moist Heat Pain Relief Wrap, Back, 13 x 7 inches, 1 ea:
Produces a nice moist heat to relieve lower back pains. Just pop it in the microwave for 45-50 seconds and you're good to go. The negatives are: 1.) the heat only last about 10 mins and then starts to cool down; so be close to a microwave. 2.) the straps doesn't hold the pad tight enough to the body, but I can understand why they did this. Allowing the strap to stretch allows greater mobility and comfort.
Overall I can't complain too much giving how much it cost to begin with.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Heat Therapy vs Cold Therapy
The type of therapy you need depends on the type of injury you have incurred. It is important to determine the appropriate therapy as using the wrong treatment can actually cause additional harm.
Heat Therapy Applications
Heat brings increased blood circulation to an affected area. This helps to relax tight muscles and restore flexibility in a wide variety of ailments such as:
Chronic neck or back stiffness
Cold Therapy Applications
Cold decreases blood circulation to an affected area. This helps to reduce the swelling and pain caused by inflammation and relieves the discomforts often associated with:
If you are unsure which therapy to use, consult your physician for the proper treatment method.