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Treating Carpal Tunnel Pain With Hot And Cold Therapy

If your hands hurt, your fingers feel swollen, there is a pain in your arm which is slowly moving towards the neck and shoulders or there is lack of flexibility, then these are all signs of Carpel Tunnel pain. You’ll generally see these signs during extreme weather. Carpel Tunnel pain is currently affecting numerous stressed individuals in and out of the workplace. Carpel Tunnel pain is a progressive and a painful condition which is caused due to increased pressure on the median nerve, which runs from the forearm into the...

What To Expect After A Knee Replacement Surgery?

  Knee replacements are performed to correct numerous deformities and knee inflammations and include removing of the problematic part of the knew and replacing it with an artificial one. Thanks to the great advancements in medical science and technology, the success rate has been continually increasing. After this surgery, it is prudent to look forward towards the patient’s recovery and rehabilitation. Knee replacement recovery is just as significant as the surgery. It can enable the patient to: Get discharged from the hospital sooner   Get rid to potential future complexities...

How to Use Hot or Cold Packs After Inflammation Injuries

Inflammation injuries are a common affliction for any person suffering from muscular aches and pains. The best way to get rid of such inflammation injuries is to use a hot or a cold pack. However, there is a real confusion regarding which pack to use when and for what injury, since there are some who recommend the usage of a hot pack while others root for the cold pack. It is important that this question is correctly answered since different injuries require different treatments – like generally, ice packs are...

5 Massage Techniques For Acute Ankle Sprains

  If you’re a sportsperson, then you already know that sprained ankles commonly occur during the course of your training. Types of ankle sprains range from chronic to acute to simple to severe. That’s where efficient massage therapies come into the picture. The right massage techniques for acute ankle sprains offer numerous benefits. The standard therapy for an acute ankle sprain is RICE (rest, ice, compression and elevation). It has been efficiently tried and tested by specialists. The best way is to rotate, move and aggressively touch the ankle while...

5 Easy Ways to Cure Shoulder Pain and Neck Pain

It is a universally acknowledged fact that shoulder pain or neck pain can be the worst possible thing to deal with. There are numerous reasons that can cause a person to suffer from shoulder pain or neck pain – most of which are rooted in our lifestyle. Today, nearly two out of three people are suffering from this affliction because of high pressure and stress from jobs, poor body posture, etc. Before your pain worsens any more, it is advisable that you try to adopt some easy to do, precautionary...

Amazon Selects TheraPAQ as Best Seller!

This month we are celebrating! Amazon has selected TheraPAQ as a Best Seller! Check out TheraPAQ Ice Pack on Amazon

TheraPAQ Rated #6 for Best Cold Packs 2016 by wiki.ezvid.com

We are proud to be selected among the top 10 Cold Packs for 2016 by wiki.ezvid.com. Check out the top 10 best ice packs for 2016 .

The most well-known types of sports injuries are sprains and strains of muscles and tendons. A fundamental treatment for these sorts of wounds is called R.I.C.E. Therapy: Rest Stop the sports activity instantly. Extended stress can magnify the damage done to the tissue. Ice Apply a TheraPAQ Gel Ice Pack. Cold therapy decreases the size of the blood vessels, subsequently reducing the bleeding, reducing swelling, and relieving pain. ​CompressionApply pressure with a TheraPAQ Gel Pack. Compression lessens swelling. ElevationLift the injured limb above the level of the heart to assist in draining excess fluid from the...

A good rule of thumb to recall following an injury is RICE: Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation. You should typically ice the area for 48 to 72 hours to reduce secondary tissue damage and relieve pain.When to use Cold Therapy?Any cold treatment ought to be used for 24 to 48 hours following an injury. Cold therapy is suitable for sprains, strains, bumps, and bruises that can occur in sports or lifting. Apply cold packs or ice packs to the injured areas for no more than 20 minutes at a time,...