Thermacare Heatwraps provide pain relief for lower back and hips while unlocking tight muscles.
Thermacare Heatwraps for the Lower Back and Hips provide up to 16 hours of back pain relief and works hard to relax, soothe, and unlock tight muscles due to overexertion, strains, and sprains. Get muscle pain relief fast with Thermacare!
Thermacare Heatwraps Benefits:
- Up to 16 hours of back pain relief
- Deep Penetrating Heat
- Relaxes Tight Muscles
- For Lower Back and Hip Pain
Deep penetrating heat for back pain relief!
Thermacare HeatWraps for the lower back and hips deliver deep, penetrating heat to warm and soothe tight muscles where they hurt. Thermacare provides up to 8 hours of relief while on and continues to work up to 8 more hoursa after removing the heatwrap. That's up to 16 hours of muscle pain relief with just one Thermacare HeatWrap! Unlock tight muscles and provide soothing pain relief for your lower back and hips with Thermacare!
Provides targeted heat therapy for sore muscles!
Thermacare delivers heat therapy to your sore muscles to deliver soothing heat that penetrates your muscles right where they hurt! Thermacare HeatWraps are large enough to fit your back and hip area and come in two distinct sizes (S/M, L/XL) to ensure your muscle pain is relieved right where it hurts! With Thermacare, you can move freely, knowing that your back pain will be relieved and the HeatWrap will be held securely in place. Thermacare provides therapeutic heat to relieve back pain and sore hips for lasting pain relief. Thermacare is thin enough to wear discreetly under your clothes, and allows you to move freely, so you can continue with your day pain free!
How does heat therapy work for muscle pain?
Heat therapy, like therapy used in Thermacare, blocks the transmission of pain signals to the brain. The heat penetrates the muscles, making the muscles relax while unlocking the tightness. This relaxation results in soothing pain relief. Thermacare increases muscle temperature, resulting in a homeopathic and natural way to relieve muscle pain and back pain.
Thermacare also provides HEATWRAPS FOR SHOULDER, NECK, AND WRISTS for long lasting pain relief!
Are there various types of back pain?
Lumbar Muscle Strain
Muscle strains are the most common cause of low back pain. Patients may or may not remember the initial event that triggered their muscle spasm, but the good news is that most episodes of back pain from muscle strains resolve completely within a few weeks.
A ruptured intervertebral disc, also called a herniated disc, is another common cause of back pain. How to treat the back pain from a herniated disc depends on the particular individual and situation.
Discogenic Back Pain
Discogenic back pain is thought to be a common cause of low back pain. Discogenic back pain cis the result of damage to the intervertabral disc, but without disc herniation. Diagnosis of discogenic back pain may require the use of a discogram.
Spinal stenosis causes back pain in the aging population. As we age, the spinal canal can become constricted, due in part to arthritis and other conditions. If the spinal canal becomes too tight, back pain can be the result.
Lumbar Spine Arthritis
Arthritis most commonly affects joints such as the knees and fingers. However, arthritis can affect any joint in the body, including the small joints of the spine. Arthritis of the spine can cause back pain with movement.
Spondylolisthesis causes back pain because adjacent vertebra become unstable and begin to "slip." The most common cause of spondylolisthesis is due to degenerative changes causing loss of the normal stabilizing structures of the spinal column. If the spine becomes unstable enough, back pain can become a problem.
Osteoporosis can cause a number of orthopedic problems and generalized discomfort. Back pain from osteoporosis is most commonly related to compression fractures of the vertebra. Osteoporosis causes weak bones and can lead to these fractures.