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Pain Relief and Heat

Pain comes in many forms which can be categorized as acute or chronic. As the world turns its attention to non-pharmaceutical pain relief methods, cold and heat are making a comeback. A quick although not all-inclusive rule in chilling or heating pain is that acute pain is treated with cold...

How Infrared Heat Can Soothe Period Pains

Cramping, back pain, and mood swings sound familiar? For most women between the ages of 12 and 55, a period comes once a month. This natural process happens in a cycle, and many women experience extreme cramping, abdominal and lower back pain for a few days to a few weeks...

Understanding How Heat Provides Pain Relief

Humans have been using heat for pain relief for, well, forever. Though methods have changed and we've gained knowledge, we have seemingly always known that warmth is good for our bodies.According to the American Academy of Pain Medicine, research shows that upwards of 1.5 billion people around the world have or...

Finding Relief from Joint Pain

Do you know what is holding your head, shoulders, knees, and toes together? Your joints! These connective and supportive parts of the body can become overworked, inflamed and cause anything from minor to major joint pain. The joints also play a significant role in our ability to move and in our...

How Can a Physical Therapist Use Infrared in Their Practice?

Physical therapy or physiotherapy involves movements to remedy injuries, mobility challenges, function, and strength. A physical therapist works with patients to improve their ability to move and function in daily life. These healthcare professionals work closely with individuals to diagnose and create a plan for relieving pain and improving a...

How Can Chiropractors Use Infrared in their Practice?

Chiropractors are experts on reducing pain. They are tremendously knowledgeable about neuromuscular disorders and often provide treatment via manual adjustments or by manipulating the spine to provide relief. When the spine is compromised due to an injury, repetitive movement or another issue the nervous system can be affected. A visit...

Causes of Lower Back Pain

Lower back pain is extremely common. The lower back, or lumbar spine is made up of bones, joints, nerves, ligaments and muscles. This intricate and interconnected structure work together to hold the body upright, support the spine and allow for mobility. However, when part of this structure becomes injured, overexerted...

Do Infrared Body Wraps Reduce Chronic Pain?

We’ve all experienced pain in our lives, but pain lingering in the body for an extended period is referred to as chronic and it affects millions of people worldwide. This long-lasting discomfort can range from minor to unbearable and it may come and go making it hard to determine what...

Can Infrared Provide Sciatica Relief?

For those of us who have experienced sciatica, it’s easy to tell when it hits. It often starts with pain in the low back, spreading down the leg, creating a tingling or painful sensation, making it a challenge to focus on anything else. So, why is it that pain starting...