Hot packs are great for increasing blood flow to help restore movement to injured tissue. The heat emanating from the pack can also reduce joint stiffness, pain, and muscle spasms. Similar to cold packs, hot packs provide a role to ease pain from acute and chronic injuries. Hot packs should be used wrapped in a towel for 20-30 minutes at a time. However, the temptation to use a hot pack after an injury to soothe the pain may cause more harm than good. New injuries should be treated with cold packs for a couple of days before switching to a hot compress.
Easy activated and ready to use for instant hot therapy for emergency situations. Also available in single pouches FH1010A. May not be “Rapid Relief” brand.