Air Compression Cold Hot Back Wraps
Air compression cold hot back support use for soothes back area
Air compression cold hot back brace help to reduce pain, stiffness & inflammation
Heat compress therapy helps decrease swelling, inflammation & pain
Cold compress therapy relaxes stiffness, improves flexibility & relieves pain
Air compression therapy delivers hot or cold therapy deep into the muscle tissue
Application of the air compression cold hot back wraps:
Back pain, lower back pain, sciatica, arthritis, rheumatism, herniated disc pain, relieves muscular tension, fatigue, relief pain from lumbago problem
Features of the air gel back wraps:
It is more effective than any other conventional wraps. Our unique therapeutic device combines the benefits of cold and hot compress therapy with air compression in a comfortable pressure. It is easy to use support allowing tighter, targeted therapy surrounding treatment areas.
Air compression cold hot back wraps is uniquely designed to provide treatment to all around areas of the waist simultaneously. Utilizing adjustable straps combined with removable air pump for total mobility allows inflates to deliver personalized pressure for superior comfort and support. Precise anatomical fitting allows the user to walk with the support during treatment.
Accessories of the air compression back wraps with cold hot gel:
Hot/Cold Gel Pack
Air Compression Body Wrap
Removable Air Pump
Use Instructions of the pneumatic compression cold hot gel back wraps:
It's easy to use in any manner... cool in freezer or heat in microwave. Provides all over relief.
Gel packs can be used for hot or cold and are placed in the freezer or in hot water before use. A hot & cold wrap usually contain a gel pack or similar and are ideal for applying cold to specific areas as well as compression. If you have a whole joint injury such as an waist sprain or knee sprain which involves swelling of the entire joint then a knee wrap or waist wrap covering the entire joint will be most suitable as they will provide compression to help reduce swelling. If the injury does not involve swelling or is on a small area such as a single tendon then a simple ice pack or wrap will be suitable.
Sciatica can be divided into primary and secondary. Primary sciatica is mostly caused by inflammation of the sciatic nerve, with unilateral onset being more common. The main causes are cold and damp and flat adenitis, prostatitis, gingivitis, sinusitis and other symptoms and lesions infection, and some are accompanied by myositis and myofibrosis. Secondary sciatica is caused by mechanical compression or adhesion caused by lesions in adjacent tissues next to the sciatic nerve pathway. Onset can be unilateral or bilateral. Depending on the compression site, full-length radiating pain may occur, as well as sciatica at a certain stage.
The sciatic nerve is composed of the anterior branches of the lumbar 4-5 nerve and the phrenic 1-2 nerve. After it is issued by the intervertebral foramen, it travels behind the pelvis, exits the pelvis below the piriformis, and enters the hip. Between the nodules, the tibial nerve and the common peroneal nerve are divided at the upper corner of the fossa along the back of the thigh. The sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the human body and is vulnerable to damage. It can cause sciatica due to various reasons of stimulation and compression at the walking parts above its branches. Common causes include sciatic neuritis, intervertebral neuritis, sacral arthritis, lumbar disc herniation, lumbar spinal stenosis, spondylolisthesis, spina bifida, lumbar tuberculosis, piriformis injury syndrome, etc. It should be noted that some gynecological diseases such as uterine appendicitis, uterine fibroids, and late pregnancy can also cause sciatica. Improper hip injection can cause sciatic nerve injury.
Sciatica is the main symptom of lumbar intervertebral disc herniation, but it cannot be said that sciatica is a lumbar disc herniation. Most patients with sciatica are caused by lumbar disc herniation, but some are caused by other factors. Any disease that can compress and stimulate the sciatic nerve can cause sciatica. Moreover, lumbar disc herniation does not necessarily cause sciatica, because the sciatic nerve comes from the lumbar 4, 5 nerve root and the iliac 1-3 nerve root, so lumbar l, 2 or lumbar 2, 3 disc herniation does not generally affect the sciatic nerve. When the lumbar 4, 5 or lumbar 5, sacral 1, disc herniation, can stimulate and compress the nerve roots, the characteristics of root sciatica appear. Root pain is caused by the compression of the spinal canal or the canal at the local canal. It can be caused by compression or stimulation of the spinal nerve roots in the lumbar vertebral disc. Except for compression or stimulation of the lumbar spinal disc myelination, narrowing of the root canal, tumors in the spinal canal, etc. Causes root sciatica. And dry sciatica is more instinctively caused by lumbar disc herniation. Dry sciatica lesions are mainly located outside the spinal canal and are often caused by lesions near the sciatic nerve, such as myeloid arthritis and piriformis syndrome. Therefore, if you suffer from sciatica, you should first identify what kind of guilt is causing it for better diagnosis and treatment.
Where are the tender points of sciatica?
The tenderness point of sciatica on the body surface varies depending on the donor site. Radical sciatica has several tender points along the sciatic nerve, that is, the sciatic foramen (the upper edge of the sciatic foramen), the trochanter (for the ischial tuberosity and above the trochanter), the rostral fossa (the center of the popliteal fossa), and the fat bone (for the neck Under the head). Ankle point (after the lateral malleolus). There is also muscle tenderness; tenderness is most pronounced in the middle calf muscles. Dry sciatica often has tenderness at the level of the spinous process or transverse process of the lumbar vertebrae. The pain is often radiated to the lower limbs of the side during compression. Sometimes there is tenderness in the large area of the hip sciatica on the affected side. Or not obvious.
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