A 4.5 inch ball of heated or cooled gel applied directly to the affected area is a fast non-toxic effective treatment. Its the easiest way to apply ice and the most ergonomic shape to use heated as a therapeutic device. Its amazing how often such a simple device gets used for so many thermal applications. The return on investment is priceless.
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For all Therapists who work with their hands and want to improve effectiveness and longer acting relief for their client and themselves:
Put one in each hand and transform hand movements into healing pressure for you and your client.
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For athletes and sports enthusiasts of all ages who sprain, strain or bruise.
Use for personal pain relief and as an immediate analgesic and anti-inflammatory cooled or use heated and apply your own acupressure to relieve soreness caused by stiff, tense muscles.
At room temperature instead of using thumbs or palms, use the tactile “tacky” surface and position the ball on the specific muscle. Stretch the muscle as you apply pressure which reduces congestion and forces oxygenated blood into the damaged tissue. Healing becomes more rapid.