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How to Apply Ice or Heat to Injured Ankle

How to Apply Ice or Heat to Injured Ankle

Injuring your ankle can be a devastating blow in many ways. You feel stiff, sore, and swollen from being unable to move around as quickly as you'd ...
10 Ways to Treat Shoulder Bursitis Pain

10 Ways to Treat Shoulder Bursitis Pain

Shoulder bursitis is literally the inflammation of a bursa sac in your shoulder. When a bursa in your shoulder starts to become inflamed, it can ne...
Electric and Microwavable Heating Pads

Differences Between Electric and Microwavable Heating Pads

Electric heating pads produce dry heat. Traditional electric heating pads can probably burn your skin because dry heat draws moisture from the skin, which can irritate. Standard electric heating pads are made even more inconvenient by cords and outlets. Moist heat treatment solutions get designed to give heat at a continuous, medically safe temperature, providing a natural pain relief alternative without the risks of typical electric heating pads.