Ultra Soft Hot and Cold Therapy Packs
Hot and Cold Therapy Packs by CABEA flexible, soft nylon fabric, washable. Reusable high quality ice pack. 1 Pack 7.5″x5″
Contain gel for soft, flexible maneuvering around affected area of pain or swelling.
Ultra Soft Hot and Cold Therapy Packs by CABEA
Hot and Cold Therapy Packs 7.5″ x 5″ by CABEA for Ice and Heat Therapy. Covered in soft nylon, cloth fabric.
High-Quality packs are reusable and washable.
Contain gel for soft, flexible maneuvering around the affected area of pain or swelling.
Freezer and Microwave safe.
Perfect for use withvulvar varicosities,pubic symphysis dysfunction (spd),edema, episiotomy, cesarean section (c-section) wound, swelling, sore muscles
Size:7.5″ x 5″
ForCold Therapy:freeze or place in the refrigerator for 2 hours before use.
For Heat Therapy: microwave for 30 seconds or until the desired temperature
Hand washed with mild soap or detergent.
Cool Pack Indicated uses:
- reduce swelling of Vulvar Varicosities
- reduce pain and swelling pubic symphysis dysfunction (spd)
- reduce pain and swelling of episiotomy
- reduce inflammation to strained muscles
- reduce inflammation to bruised muscles
- reduce swelling in the C-section wound area
Heat Pack Indicated uses:
- increase flexibility to stiff muscles, joints, ligaments or tendons.
- apply to muscle spasms to reduce pain
- increase range of motion to stiff muscles
When to use Cold Therapy- Cryotherapy?
When an area is swollen, a muscle is bruised, under spasm or in pain the use ofCold Therapy slows down blood flow to an injury, thereby reducing pain and swelling.
Howdo you use Cold Therapy Packs?
Any cold treatment should be used for 24 to 48 hours after an injury. Cold therapy is good for sprains, strains, bumps, and bruises that may occur in during pregnancy. Apply Cold Therapy Gel Pack for 20 minutes to the swollen, bruised or pained affected area.Removethe cold for 10 minutes and reapplying it again if necessary.
Always refer to your Health Care Provider for Proper Use for your condition.
If in doubt as to whether to apply heat or cold to an injury, call your health care provider’s office.
When to use Heat Therapy?
When an area needs increased flexibility or to relieve pain, use Heat Therapy. Muscles, ligaments, and tendons can often become sore or stiff. Bringing heat to the affected area opens up blood vessels, which increases blood flow and supplies oxygen and nutrients to reduce pain in joints and relax sore muscles, ligaments, and tendons. Another benefit towarmth isdecreasedmuscle spasms and increasedrange of motion. The application of superficial heat to your body can improve the flexibility of tendons and ligaments, reduce muscle spasms, and alleviate pain.
*Do Not Use Heat if an area is swollen or on an open wound, use Cold Therapy.
How to Use Heat Therapy?
Heat can be applied with warmgel packs for 20 minutes. The heat should be warm, not too hot.
Ask your doctor or physical therapist which heat source would be best for you.
How can I use it safely?
Heat and Cold Gel Therapy Packs by CABEA are surrounded by a soft, flexible fabric so do not need to be additionally wrapped, however, you can wrap the pack in a thin cloth if you prefer.
Here are other tips:
- Don’t apply heat for longer than 20 minutes, unless your doctor or physical therapist recommends longer.
- Don’t use heat if there’s swelling. Use cold first, then heat.
- Don’t use heat if you have poor circulation or diabetes.
- Don’t use heat on an open wound or stitches.
|7.5 × 5 × .25 in