Microwavable Neck Wrap

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For Deep Penetrating Moist Heat Therapy, The Ergonomic Designed Microwavable Neck Wrap Produces Soothing, Relieving Warmth And Is Strictly Intended For Heating In The Microwave. Recommended For Muscle Spasm And Chronic Neck Pain. It Is Simple To Use With Secure Velcro Closures For Cervical Spine Support During Treatment. No Gel To Leak, Wires Or Water Boiling. Just Place In The Microwave And You Are Ready For A Therapeutic Session Of Moist Heat Therapy To Soothe Aching Neck And Shoulder Muscles Right In Your Home Or On The Road.

Available As A Contoured Neck Wrap (6 By 22″) And A Large Rectangular Hot Pack (12 By 16″) For The Upper Or Lower Back.

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Simple To Use Microwavable Neck Wrap Provides Deep Relaxing Moist Heat To The Neck And Between Shoulders

For deep penetrating moist heat therapy, the microwavable neck wrap produces soothing, relieving warmth and is strictly intended for heating in the microwave. Recommended for muscle spasm and chronic neck pain. The wrap is simple to use with secure Velcro closures, and there is no gel to leak. Just place in the microwave and you are ready for a therapeutic session of moist heat therapy to soothe aching neck and shoulder muscles right in your home or on the road.

microwavable neck wrapMicrowavable for ease of use and provides 20 minutes of moist heat therapy for the relief of neck pain and stiffness. With its contour design, soft materials and velcro closures, it also provides neck support to ease strain, while the moist heat relaxes to provide pain relief.

Features an anatomically correct shape to target the neck area and uses a velcro strap to secure it in place. This is the best one, cheaper ones are thinner and more flimsy, not providing the consistent level of heat and support.

Available as a neck wrap (6 by 22″) and a large rectangular hot pack (12 by 16″) for the shoulders, upper, or lower back.

The neck wrap represent a major breakthrough in moist heat therapy for chronic neck pain relief. No having to boil water, deal with drippy mess, installing batteries, or plugging into an electrical outlet wires. It provides soothing and effective moist heat therapy safely and effectively and is microwavable for quick and easy relief of soreness and stiffness.

Provides maximum effectiveness and is doctor recommended for its deep penetrating qualities. The soft shape conforms to the contours of your neck providing a soft, snug fit for soothing comfort. For convenience and safety, there is no soaking, boiling or electrical wires. The neck wrap will provide you with many years of natural neck pain relief.

How The Neck Wrap Works

When heated in a microwave oven, it releases moisture to provide soothing pain relief at the most effective temperature. Because it increases blood flow to the affected area and relaxes muscles and tendons, moist heat works well on many types of injuries and arthritis.

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After treatment, The Hot Packs rejuvenate themselves in just two hours by recovering moisture from the surrounding air. With proper care, the hot packs can be used over and over for years to come.

This form of moist heat is generally more safe than many gel packs, which will continue to rise in temperature when taken out of the microwave and can leak if heated too much.

Instructions & Care

Clean treatment area from body lotions, oils or gels prior to application.

Clean microwave to eliminate food particles and/or fluid residue. These particles and residues can create “hot spots” in the wrap.

Place heat pack in a clean microwave and heat at full power for 60 seconds. (For non-carousel type microwaves, heat 30 seconds and then rotate 180 degrees for an additional 30 seconds).

Touch test before using.

Sixty (60) seconds of heating should bring to the desired temperature. However, if more heat is desired, continue to heat in 30 second intervals until the desired temperature is reached. Always touch test after each additional 30 second interval.

hot pack sizesDue to variable power and heat characteristics of microwave ovens, lightly test touch the microwavable neck wrap to determine uniform, safe heat levels prior to applying to neck and shoulders. This is important for all individuals, but especially those who have diabetes, circulatory conditions or altered temperature sensitivity.

Allow it to recover moisture from the air and restore its heating properties for continued use. It is important to always allow it to rest for a minimum of two hours before reheating. (Dryer climates may require additional time). This will allow the wrap to re-absorb moisture from the air.

Only surface wipe (clean water only) with damp cloth if it becomes soiled.

Do not immerse the hot pack in any type of liquid solution – this will destroy the heating properties.

Do not machine wash.

Some of the newer methods to apply heat therapy feature a disposable hot pack that sticks to the area and indicate eight hours of heat. These types of hot packs use iron oxide and provide dry heat, known to cause fluid congestion and increase inflammation. There is nothing to indicate eight hours of dry heat produces greater benefits than a targeted 20 minute treatment using moist heat. While it may feel good, it can actually prolong recovery from injury. They use toxic chemicals and may cause skin irritation and do not adhere well to the skin.

Purpose Of The Microwavable Neck Wrap

It serves a dual function of support and providing moist heat and is recommended for relief of pain associated with arthritis, joint pain, tendinitis, sore and aching muscles, tension and stress.

Additional information

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Neck Wrap (6 x 22), Hot Pack (9 x 12), Neck & Back Hot Packs

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.