These reusable instant heat therapy pads have been developed by sportsmen, coaches, physiotherapists and sport therapists
They are rechargeable heat pads that you can use time and again.
Excellent for Muscular, Aches and pains, poor circulation, Outdoor Activities and Sports Injuries.
Ideal size, use for instant warmth to relieve Aches and Pains.
The Heat therapy pad provides reusable instant heat making it particularly useful for outdoor or Indoor use.
Comes complete, with linen fabric outer cover for comfort.
(Buy 2 for just £4.90 save £1.00)
Heat Therapy Pad Features::
- Instant Heat Packs
- Re Usable time and again
- High Heat Capacity
- Instant Warmth
- Ideal for Indoor or Outdoor Use
- Completely Safe & Non Toxic
How Does it Work ?
To activate by simply clicking the small disc inside the Heat Therapy Pad, automatically within a few seconds the fluid crystallizes and reaches a temperature of approx 50° C (120°F).
Heat is generated and stays warm for up to 2 hours *.
To Re-charge simply boil for around 5mins in a pan of water until the crystals melt, allow to cool and the Heat therapy pad is ready to use again and again.
If care is taken the Heat therapy pad is re-usable 100’s of time.
The pads are safe and non toxic due to the innovative use of the salt based solution, Sodium Acetate.
(* subject to external ambient temperature )
Q:- USING INSTANT HEAT THERAPY FOR MUSCULAR ACHES AND PAINS ?
Heat is generally used for chronic injuries or injuries that have no inflammation or swelling. Sore, stiff, nagging muscle, back or joint pain is ideal for the use of heat therapy. It can be used for Chronic pain or injuries and before exercise to increase the elasticity of joint connective tissues and to stimulate blood flow.
Heat can also help relax tight or muscles in spasm. Don’t apply heat after exercise.
Because heat increases circulation and raises skin temperature, you should not apply heat to acute injuries or injuries that show signs of inflammation.
Because some injuries can be serious, you should see your doctor if your injury does not improve.