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Heat Therapy increases blood flow to the affected area, providing oxygen and nutrients to aid the muscle healing process and help relax muscles to restore movement. Heat Therapy for aches and pains in muscles and joints is well established and recommended by sports physiotherapists and health professionals.

Pain is the body’s number one warning that something is wrong. You can experience it right away, like when you sprain your wrist (acute) or it can develop over time (chronic) like when your legs do not recover after a hard workout.

Heat Therapy is effective for:
Muscular Pain or Stiffness
Sport Injuries
Sprains or Strains
Exercise Warm Up

Heat Therapy benefits may include:
Aids muscular relaxation to help restore movement
Effective, targeted, warming pain relief to muscles and joints
Help injury recovery and rehabilitation by applying heat therapy
(after having performed cold therapy for approximately 72 hours after injury)
Aids muscle warm-up when applied before exercise

Common active Ingredients found in heating products

and Cold are both helpful in healing but they help in very different ways. Cold stops the blood flow to the area temporarily so the swelling and pain can decrease. Heat increases blood flow to the area so healthy blood can get there sooner. The key is when to use either cold, heat, or both.