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Serola Sacroiliac Belt Medium 34-40" Serola Biomechanics
Serola Sacroiliac Belt Medium 34-40"
Serola Biomechanics
Regular price $44.00
Serola Sacroiliac Belt Small up to 34" Serola Biomechanics
Serola Sacroiliac Belt Small up to 34"
Serola Biomechanics
Regular price $44.00
Serola Sacroiliac Belt Large 40-46" Serola Biomechanics
Serola Sacroiliac Belt Large 40-46"
Serola Biomechanics
Regular price $44.00
Shoulder Wrap Xlarge Right Cold One
Shoulder Wrap Xlarge Right
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Cold One
Regular price $140.00 $112.45
Back Wrap - (Medium 45") Cold One
Back Wrap - (Medium 45")
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Cold One
Regular price $68.95 $62.45
Core Products Neoprene Hinged Knee Brace
Neoprene Hinged Knee Brace
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Core Products
Regular price $66.99 $61.72
Performance Wrap Knee Support - S/M Core Products
Performance Wrap Knee Support - S/M
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Core Products
Regular price $60.86 $55.79
Performance Wrap Knee Brace - L/XL Core Products
Performance Wrap Knee Brace - L/XL
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Core Products
Regular price $60.86 $55.79
PowerWrap Ankle Brace Universal Core Products
PowerWrap Ankle Brace Universal
Core Products
Regular price $39.99
Std Neoprene Knee Support Core Products
Std Neoprene Knee Support
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Core Products
Regular price $43.56 $42.05
Powerwrap Wrist Black Universal Core Products
Powerwrap Wrist Black Universal
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Core Products
Regular price $38.24 $36.92
Dual Pull Lumbosacral Belt Core Products
Dual Pull Lumbosacral Belt
Core Products
Regular price $36.33
Lightweight Ankle Support Blk Core Products
Lightweight Ankle Support Blk
Core Products
Regular price $34.49
Corfit Sacroiliac Support Core Products
Corfit Sacroiliac Support
Core Products
Regular price $33.78
Corfit Back Support Belt Core Products
Corfit Back Support Belt
Core Products
Regular price $33.78
Sitback Rest Lumbar Support Core Products
Sitback Rest Lumbar Support
Core Products
Regular price $33.25

If you are suffering from an injury or muscular overuse, a body wrap can be very helpful and can speed up healing time. Either a hot wrap or a cold wrap may be useful depending upon the type of soreness you are attempting to treat. If you have stiff muscles and joints, a hot wrap can be very soothing and will help increase blood circulation in the area for faster healing. If you are experiencing inflammation or very sharp pain, a cold wrap is useful.

Both hot and cold wraps are available as knee wraps, shoulder wraps, forearm wraps or as pads that can be used on various parts of the body. Using these types of wraps can be quite soothing and can help medications and physical therapy exercises to be more effective. Body wraps are quite affordable and available in a number of different types of materials from electric to gel pack to natural filler materials such as rice or barley. Turn to Vita Living for high quality wraps that provide relief from sprains, strains, aching muscles, arthritic pain and post-surgical orthopedic problems.

The re-usable hot and cold wraps are recommended by doctors, surgical hospitals, physical therapists, orthopedics, and athletic team trainers. They are highly effective for swelling, healing, pain, and inflammation. The ice compression wraps have ergonomic design that provides a comfortable fit. The hot and cold wraps are available for different body parts including waist, ankle, back, and cervical neck. A freezable gel is present inside the wrap that can be heated or cooled as per the requirement.

Use of a body wrap can add comfort and ease pain from accidental injury or from excessive exertion. When using a hot or cold wrap, always be sure to protect your skin. You should put a towel between your skin and the wrap to prevent over-chilling or burning your skin. Generally speaking the amount of time you use either a hot wrap or a cold wrap should be limited to about fifteen or twenty minutes several times daily. The Alexander Technique is a way to feel better, and move in a more relaxed and comfortable way, the way nature intended. Pair this with a superfood and supplement plan to get your body in balance! For some types of injuries, such as sprains, your health care professional may instruct you to alternate hot and cold therapy. After treatment, your skin may look pink and flushed. This is normal; however, if your skin feels tender, is swollen, blistered, bruised looking or has developed a rash, you should discontinue use of the body wrap and consult your physician or other health care professional.