Thermal On Portable & Reusable Cold & Heat First Aid Wrap Small
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6 x 12 dual-sided pad with elastic wrap. Portable & reusable. Medically proven pain relief. Immediate relief. Reduces swelling. Speeds recovery. Perfect for sports injuries. Microwave, freeze therapy core. Therapeutic relief that complies with medically accepted protocols. Thermal On First Aid Wraps deliver a therapeutic treatment within prescribed time and temperature ranges. The exclusive dual-sided pad allows you to select either a comfort or therapeutic treatment. Simply microwave or freeze and apply directly to the skin. Adjustable elastic wrap keeps pad secure. An application of cold is recommended during the first 48 hours after an injury. Cold therapy helps the healing process and relieves pain-causing inflammation, An application of heat is recommended to relieve chronic pain and to reduce tension and muscle stiffness. Patented Technology: stays dry & condensation-free; remains pliable; no covers required; double-sealed for durability; low profile with no bulging or bunching; complete conformance; fully adjustable; dual sided application. Elastic wrap color may vary. Advanced Performance: timed release treatment; uniform cold & heat; supports & protects; low profile; one-piece wrap design; dual-sided application. Thermal On First Aid Wraps feature a proprietary gel-free process that layers specially chosen materials to create a soft pad that remains dry and conforming from the freezer or microwave. The patented design prevents bursting, bulging and leaking, The dual-sided wraps are the perfect thickness and weight to allow easy application and full freedom of movement during treatment. Therapy Core: Gel-free technology. Thermal On wraps deliver timed-release therapy that meets doctor recommended protocols. Made in Taiwan.
To avoid tissue damage, neither cold nor heat should be continuously applied for longer than thirty minutes during a two hour period.
Complete instructions inside package. Always consult your doctor, pharmacist or therapist about your source of pain and appropriate treatments.