You may not have heard the words “heat therapy” before, but you surely have seen it in action. Hot baths, hot water bottles, heating pads, Jacuzzis – all of these are examples of heat therapy that have been used for centuries to combat backaches, muscle and joint pain.
Heat is effective. It penetrates deep, warming the muscle right where it hurts – to relax, soothe and unlock tight muscles.
When heat is applied to your skin, it actually reduces the sensation of pain. Heat stimulates thermo receptors, which block your body’s pain transmitters from sending pain signals to your brain.
Heat increases circulation to the injured or sore area, which means more oxygen and nutrients are sent to the damaged tissue.
Heat helps stretch the soft tissues, relaxing muscles, which promotes flexibility and helps decrease stiffness.
It once was believed 20 minutes of high-level heat followed by 20 minutes of no heat was the most effective treatment for sore muscles. However, clinical studies show the use of continuous low-level heat therapy, like that found in Phoenix Moxa Heat Patch, is very effective for pain management.
Heat has long been used as a natural remedy to relieve pain and reduce joint stiffness.
Helps block the transmission of pain signals to the brain. Penetrates muscles to relax, soothe and unlock tightness. Increases local blood circulation.
Product Introduction: The TDP Phoenix Medical Direct Self Heating Patch
The TDP Pheonix Self Heating Patch is a new kind of device. It can be applied to the skin whenever and wherever it is available. The technology it has adopted ensures that it produces up to 16 hours of heat for each use. Since the product does not use any drugs it is safe to use for a variety of conditions.
The TDP self heating patch consists a chemical heating layer and a hypo-allergenic adhesive tape.