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Proto-Cold Neck Cold Wrap by The Wright Stuff. $19.95. Proto-Cold Neck Cold Wrap reusable ice pack wrap remains soft and flexible while providing effective cold therapy treatment for neck and shoulder pain. The wrap around design with Velcro « closure contours around the neck and shoulders to relieve neck muscle sprains, neck muscle strains, shoulder pain, and post-surgical neck pain.Non-gel formula is non toxic, non-absorbent and latex free. The pad provides timed-r...
Cool Medics M1844F-NB Neck Cooler, Navy Blue by Cool Medics. $19.00. From the Manufacturer This neck cooler offers heat relief, as well as other therapeutic properties that can help promote healing for strained neck muscles. Can be used in the same way one uses an ice pack to reduce swelling, pain and inflammation due to muscle aches, or injuries. This neck cooler has more coverage than a regular scarf and has a Velcro closure in the front. Cool M...
When to use heat or ice on injuries. "Ice is usually recommended to use on an area that has inflammation, which causes it to be red, warm, swollen, and/or painful. Ice is usually used as part of the initial treatment for sprains and strains, and other injuries. Heat is generally recommended for chronic aches and pains, or new and minor muscular pains. People often choose a heat pack for problems like a stiff neck or a sore back. The heat can help improve circulation and reduce muscle spasm.
Advanced Chiropractic & Rehab: FAKTR treatments enable the Dr. more effectively treat complex or stubborn injuries, even those that have failed previous treatment. Sample conditions include: neck pain, shoulder impingement, elbow injuries, hip flexor/groin strain, hamstring pull, Achilles tendon pain.
Rotator Cuff Tears. I have been walking around with this for over a year, at least without treatment. Only Cervical Epidurals and nerve blocks. It is only getting worse along with herniated discs in neck . Impingement syndrome on both sides and Dr's afraid to do anything becauseof the FM and CFS. I want to die