Active heat is used on injuries after inflammation where swelling has subsided. The warmth provided by the heat therapy helps treat pulled or torn muscles and tendon.
The active heat, heating belt is commonly prescribed in orthopaedic practice today. The heating belt is applied and worn externally to support various parts of the body and to manage pain. Localized application of heat causes the blood vessels in the area to dilate, enhancing perfusion and increase circulation to the targeted areas. The heating belt orthopedically supports the body area and the heat therapy provides Fomentation and relieves pain caused by muscle spasm. The heating belt will help soothe sore muscle, decrease joint stiffness and relive pain and discomfort for orthopaedic problems.
Active Heat Heating belts are orthopedically designed for:
- Cervical spondylosis
- Back and lumbar problems
- Knee problems
- Thigh, calf and ankle problems
- Wrist and elbow problems
Active heat, heating belts are made in two qualities.
- The Ultima Range
- The Royale Range.
The Ultima Range has improved strapping and pouch packaging whereas.
The Royale Range has the basic strapping and packaging.
The Basic features of heating, switch controllers and safety standards remain the same in both the qualities. Enumerated below are the various orthopaedic electric surgical heating belts.