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The "Global Hot and Cold Therapy Packs Market 2019-2023" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Grafton Optical added that cold therapy can relieve headaches and sinus pressure as well as swelling and puffiness.
Cold therapy systems are also convenient to use because all you have to do is add ice and water to the system's reservoir, apply the wrap, and rest with your leg elevated while the device does all the work.
Hot and cold therapy- Benefits Joint pain can be cured by both hot and cold therapy. Lower back muscle strain which generally result from strain and over-exertion can be cured with hot therapy.
Before it is completely discounted, if it makes the person feel good or better, perhaps if the patient and practitioner are aware of the risks and how to identify and manage them, cold therapy could be useful.
(NYSE: AVNS) (formerly Halyard Health, Inc.) has closed the acquisition of cold therapy and compression therapy systems provider CoolSystems, Inc., marketed as Game Ready, for a total consideration of USD 65m in cash, the company said.
Based on geographic/regional distribution the global Hot and Cold Therapy Packs Market is studied for key regional markets focusing on the respective geographic trends and statistics, and thereby delivering market size and forecast values.
MJS, which produces medical mattresses, pressure sensitive airbeds and cold therapy devices for sports injuries and post-operative applications, handles the design, tool making and manufacture of its products in-house, ensuring that quality control is tight and pre-delivery checks thorough.
"Supermarkets have more merchandising flexibility to capture the consumer by combining segments such as sports medicine/elastics with localized hot and cold therapy," Crandall says.
* The Hot-Cold Massager ($59.99) provides relief by combining soothing massage with hot and cold therapy to offer a more holistic approach to muscle tension and soreness.
Heat and cold therapy work well, as can arnica or an anti-inflammatory gel applied to the problem area.
According to the company, Vpulse provides intermittent sequential therapy that reduces the risk of hospital-acquired DVT and PE; intermittent dynamic compression therapy reduces swelling at the treatment site; and controlled cold therapy reduces pain and swelling at the treatment site.