Cool Relief, an online store selling medical-grade cooling and heating products, recently updated its range of Soft Gel Cold Packs. The gel packs come in a variety of shapes and sizes targeting different parts of the body.
More details can be found at https://www.coolrelief.net
Cold therapy alleviates pain and reduces swelling and inflammation by restricting blood flow to the injured area. It also enhances the flow of nutrients to the injured area, aids in the removal of metabolites (waste products), increases strength, and promotes healing. Cold therapy is a useful treatment for sprains, muscle strains and tears, spasms, tendonitis, bursitis, and general aches and pains.
The updated Cool Relief Soft Gel Cold Packs are preferred to traditional ice packs because of their superior inner ice technology. Used by top orthopedic surgeons, physical therapists, and trainers, the Soft Gel Cold Packs freeze at a lower temperature meaning they generally work for longer periods. Their soft materials and flexible construction also allow them to contour injured areas better.
Cool Relief offers a wide range of compression ice wraps utilizing Soft Gel Cold Pack technology. The lightweight, easy-to-adjust ice wraps are available for the knees, shoulders, hips, back, ankle/foot, wrist/elbow, jaw, and eyes/face. The unique, proprietary designs provide wearable, hands-free, lasting cold therapy, while also allowing customers to stay active and mobile.
The Soft Gel Cold Packs can be frozen and reused as needed, making them an essential piece of first aid equipment for the home. They can also be microwaved and used as heat packs to provide soothing pain relief.
Cool Relief’s Soft Gel Cold Packs use a holistic approach to pain relief, meaning they are made and designed with the health and safety of customers, as well as the environment, in mind. They also have no long-term side effects like artificial medications or supplements do, and are generally more affordable.
In addition to cold packs and wraps, Cool Relief also sells shower shields, which are disposable waterproof covers for catheters, wound dressings, and PICC lines. If needed, replacement gel packs are also available on Cool Relief’s website.
A satisfied customer said: “I recently had surgery and the Cool Relief Soft Gel Cold Packs were a godsend. My surgeon recommended them and they worked wonders. They were affordable, easy to use, and really aided in my recovery. I highly recommend them.”
Interested parties can find more information at https://www.coolrelief.net
Cool Relief LLC
1312 NW 14th St