- Material: diving cloth
- Whether it is self-heating: yes
- Shoulder Pain – Built-in thermal pad warms the shoulders, promotes blood circulation, and then relieves periarthritis of the shoulder.
- Ripped rotator cuff, dislocated AC joints, sprains, bursitis, tendonitis, cramps, strain, stiffness, pain caused by pain.
- It also helps to relax the shoulder muscles and speed up healing time
- A shoulder wrap can add a net cold treatment (you need extra).
- People with acute sprains and other soft tissue injuries first apply cold therapy and then use a thermal pad after 48 hours.
How to use:
- Attach the shoulder strap to the buckle on the bracket.
- Once the strap is in place, place the stand on your shoulder.
- Pull the long strap down from the lower arm, pass it through the buckle, and pull it out from the
- other side of the buckle.
- Fix the velcro to ensure it is firm and firm.
- The shoulder rest can also be used as a compression shoulder rest.
- Do not heat for more than 5 minutes to avoid burns.
- Pay attention to the required temperature range. It is not recommended to use the highest time (red light) for a long time. The most suitable temperature is white light.
- Shoulder pads are simple and useful aids, not treatments or treatments.
- It is recommended to prevent the shoulder rest on the top of the T-shirt or cloth to prevent burns. Redness of the skin is normal for hyperthermia
- Not applicable to pregnant women and children.
- The adapter must be protected from contact with water during operation. Must be used in a completely dry state