Infrared Heating Pad

Original price was: $139.99.Current price is: $129.99.

Perfect for treating sore muscles in your back, shoulders, abdomen, legs, arms, and more. Smart digital controller with memory adjusts time settings. Memory Function remembers your favorite heat and time settings.

Made with soft micro plush fibers used in the most comfy winter pajamas for awesome cozy feeling, size 23.5″ x 16″ makes this the perfect heat pad for pain relief on your back, neck and shoulders, legs and stomach, extremely comfortable.

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Infrared Heating Pad – Universal For Application To Neck & Shoulders, Back And More

If you are searching for a heating pad that will be effective and suit most needs, look no further! The infrared heating pad uses special technology to provide deep penetrating heat and employs a design to fit just about any body part. Once you experience the unique properties of infrared heat therapy along with this versatile design, you will not want to be without it.

When it comes to heat therapy, a trusted form of natural therapeutic benefit and rehabilitation from injuries promoted by doctors and therapists for ages, you will gain the most benefit by a form of heat that penetrates deep to reach structures that conventional types of heat therapy cannot.

The infrared heating pad captures technology using the most beneficial part of the energy spectrum naturally produced by the sun to provide heat which penetrates up to 3 inches. In order to produce penetrating heat, conventional forms of heating use high temperatures by heating gel packs in boiling water, hot packs in microwave ovens or electrical heating pads which produce electromagnetic fields which may not be healthy. The infrared heating pad uses low voltage with virtually no electromagnetic fields, no messy water, no going back to the microwave for frequent visits to reheat, and no harmful chemicals.

Unlike these conventional forms of heat therapy, the infrared heating pad penetrates deeper with less heat. It does not feel like a standard hot pack, so if you have general and superficial muscle soreness, use these other forms. The infrared heating pad produces heat within seconds of turning it on. During the treatment you will feel a soothing sensation of warmth, easing muscles spasm and reaching deeper structures like joints, discs and deeper muscles, tendons and ligaments.

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With infrared heat, the beneficial effects of heat therapy is maintained by the body for up to one and a half times longer than the treatment time. This makes heat therapy followed by a massage a great combination and very therapeutic.

Temperature range: 103 – 159 F. This is a unique form of heat and you do not need higher temperatures to achieve a beneficial treatment. In my experience, this is the most preferred form of heat therapy for those who need a deep heat treatment to help with aches and pains of arthritis and recovering from chronic stages of healing.

Infrared heat therapy is often used in clinics due to the beneficial effects and reduced risks associated with heat therapy. Now, you can use this safe and effective form of heat with the infrared heating pad at home, at the office and while traveling.

For those with multiple areas of pain, this is a universal type infrared heating pad that can be used on almost any body part. Apply deep penetrating heat to your upper back, shoulders, lower back, arms and legs.

What Can I Use The Infrared Heating Pad For?

If your looking for symptom solutions for chronic joint and muscle pain, the infrared heating pad helps to relax muscles and tendons, their deeper attachments to bone. Deeply penetrating heat also helps ligaments that attach bones together, increasing your flexibility while promoting blood flow, helping to relieve pain and heal injuries.

Use for muscular pain from strain, cramps, tension and spasms. Soften scar tissue that has formed from old injuries which can cause stiff joints, use for monthly cramps, neck and shoulder pain, tmj problems, back pain including recovery from herniated discs and sciatic nerve irritation, bursitis, tendonitis, and other chronic conditions where heat is beneficial and recommended by health care professionals.

What Are The Effects?

Chronic conditions benefit from heat to help improve blood flow, and one of the effects of infrared rays is they penetrate deeper than other forms of heat, being absorbed at the cellular level, invigorating the cells known as resonance, thereby producing a better result for increasing blood circulation to benefit muscles and joints. The deep penetrating heat helps with relaxation of chronic sprains and strains, helping reduce stress and fatigue from the biomechanical effects of sore joints and muscles, especially in the back and legs. Infrared therapy increases microcirculation, can reduce chronic inflammation, helps to flush toxins enhancing detoxification and improve cellular function.

Will I Get Results?

Everyone is different. Some individuals will feel a rapid alleviation of tension and temporary relief of pain and stiffness. Most will need a period of time using the heating pad on a regular basis to begin feeling the beneficial effects. Results will vary depending on your particular condition(s) frequency of use. In order to achieve the most benefits and greatest results, use the infrared heating pad by following the directions carefully and as frequently as you can.

What Makes The Infrared Heating Pad Different?

It doesn’t heat the surrounding air like conventional heating pads. It will feel warm to the touch, even when on the higher settings, but this allows an effective heating temperature of about 145 degrees, while feeling like about 104 degrees, thus minimizing overheating and being more gentle on the skin, while maximizing penetration. By reproducing the beneficial aspects of the energy produced by the sun, it helps with cell growth, supporting the immune system. By using infrared rays, the barrier to deep heating using standard forms of heat is easily overcome as the energy waves of infrared penetrate tissues and is then converted to heat energy by resonance or exiting water molecules. This allows deeper penetration and a longer lasting therapeutic effect.

Author Bio

Stephen Ornstein, D.C. has treated thousands of neck, shoulder and back conditions since graduating Sherman Chiropractic College in 1987 and during his involvement in Martial Arts. He holds certifications as a Peer Review Consultant from New York Chiropractic College, Physiological Therapeutics from National Chiropractic College, Modic Antibiotic Spinal Therapy from Dr. Hanne Albert, PT., MPH., Ph.D., Myofascial Release Techniques from Logan Chiropractic College, and learned Active Release Technique from the founder, P. Michael Leahy, DC, ART, CCSP.