Hot-Cold Therapy

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Hot and cold Therapies have been used for centuries and there are several benefits of Hot and Cold Therapy including increasing blood circulation, detoxification, clearing of negative energy and increase energy.
Hot Therapy is useful to open blood vessels which increases blood flow, relaxes muscles and cuts down the pain. In addition, Heat Therapy is good for ongoing pain and stiffness. There are several procedures of hot therapy through which heat can be applied to the body parts including Hot water bottle, electric heating pad, hot water baths, microwaves or gel packs heated in water.

  1. Heating Pads:

A heating pad is used for hot therapy to provide heat/warm to the different parts of the human body in order to manage different pain.

Heating pads are used to relieve back pain and it is highly recommendable by doctors as a remedy for the treatment of severe chronic pain in patients of different ages.
It is necessary to use the heating pad properly with appropriate position behind the back. The patient can apply the heat for several times to get relief from back pain.
Types of heating pads include chemical, microwaveable, hot water bottles and electrical.

  1. Moist Heating Pad:

Moist heating pads get moisture from the air and store it in unique design cloth covers. It is used dry on the patient’s skin, which is useful for deep tissue treatment and increase the blood flow. These heating pads can be dangerous if user left on unattended creates burning. Moist heating pads are mostly recommended by physical therapists and it can be easily used in home. An additional moist cloth can be added with a design stupe cover, which provides more moisture to the treatment.

Cold Therapy
The Cold Therapy is a natural treatment to provide a soothing and an effective treatment for reducing swelling and post-operative pain. Cold therapy system slows down the blood flow to an injury, which cuts down the pain and swelling.
Cold therapy can be applicable by different types including gel pack, ice pack or cold water from the faucet. Any kind of cold therapy treatment should be used right after the injury. There are several advantages of Cold Therapy including strains, bumps and sprains that may occur from lifting or sports. In addition, Cold Therapy is good for nose bleeding. The cold therapy is very beneficial for minor burns, which reduce the pain by applying cold water from the faucet immediately.
Cold Packs Are Used In Cold Therapy
An ice pack or gel pack is used as Cold packs, which are basically a plastic sac of ice, liquid or refrigerant gel. The patient’s must aware that they do not place cold packs directly on the skin.

Hot-Cold Therapy

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