Heat and cold dual-mode ensure you can apply both hot and cold treatments to treat most muscle injuries.
Cold therapy (or cryotherapy) is the treatment of choice for acute injuries (injuries that have occurred within the last 72 hours). When applied immediately after an injury, cold treatment reduces tissue damage. It relieves muscle spasms, reduces post-exercise soreness, and stimulates circulation in areas of chronic discomfort. Cold treatment may be used in both the immediate treatment of soft tissue injuries and in later rehabilitation.
Heat treatment (or thermotherapy) relieves stiffness and chronic aches, facilitates relaxation, and stimulates circulation. It works by increasing tissue temperatures and blood flow, thereby drawing extra nutrients into the area to assist in the recovery and healing process. Heat treatments should be used for chronic injuries or injuries that have no inflammation or swelling. Heat applied to chronic conditions helps relax and loosen tissues, and to stimulate blood flow to the area.
This heat and cold dual-mode ensure you can apply both hot and cold treatments to treat all muscle injuries. Use the cold setting to treat acute injuries, (those that have occurred within the past 72 hours), such as strains and minor injuries. Use the heat setting to soothe away stiffness and chronic aches.Hot & Cold Peltier technology delivers near-instant heat or cold and can be used independently or combined with the massage action.
Revitalise your muscles with the Reviber Hot and Cold Percussion Massager. It uses Hot & Cold Peltier technology to deliver instant heat or cold. Dual pivoting heads with variable speed control, target aching muscles to provide soothing all over relief and a superior massage experience. This heat and cold dual mode ensures you can apply both hot and cold treatments to treat all muscle injuries.