"I know I’ve found a new key to my post-ride recovery. After each ride, I take a recovery drink with me into the shower, clean off and then put the ice wraps on while I cook and eat."-- Phil Gaimon, 24, rides for Kenda Pro Cycling
Thermotex TTS Wrist - Infrared Wrist Heating Pad
Thermotex is a convenient, portable infrared heating pad that you can use at
home, in the office, while driving or on vacation to provide effective temporary
pain relief wherever and whenever you need it.
The Thermotex Heating Pad produces infrared heating to provide deep penetrating
warmth for temporary relief of acute and chronic pain.
Pain from injury and chronic ailments can be debilitating and keep you from participating in the activities you enjoy. Below are a few of the conditions Thermotex has provided temporary relief of pain:
Pain medication therapy
Most pain medications simply disrupt the body's pain signals to the brain, masking the body's ability to recognize pain, rather than removing the source or cause of that pain. The effectiveness of Thermotex in reducing and controlling your pain will in most cases allow you to reduce your pain medication intake. Thermotex provides effective, non-invasive, non-addictive pain relief with no side effects. Thermography is used to measure the radiation of heat. In the following pictures you will see that the initial state of the injured area in each case is showing colder than the surrounding tissue. This is accounted for by the lack of blood flow in that injured area. As the injury is treated and the pain relieved by increasing blood flow, the temperature of the injured area returns to normal.
Guaranteed to relieve your pain within 30 days, or we'll refund your purchase
Click Here for more Information on Thermotex Infrared Heating Pad Products
|By Julie Parish |
On December 05, 2008
Comments:BOTTOM LINE: Wonderful
The wrist wrap delivers deep warmth to my wrist/hand. My only disappointment in the product is that it is not truly portable, as it must be plugged in. The cord is of generous length though.