Reusable Hot/Cold Therapy Gel Pack For Knee, Back & Hip Pain Relief: Update

Cool Relief’s updated gel pack technology allows them to provide customers with ice and heat wraps that retain their temperature much longer than traditional therapeutic devices. The gel packs are also soft and flexible, meaning they can fit more easily into the body’s contours.

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A recent survey from the U.S. Pain Foundation found that 44.9% of chronic pain sufferers use cold therapy devices at least once a week to manage their symptoms. Similarly, 67.8% of those surveyed use hot therapy devices at least once a week for the same reasons.

With the updates to its gel pack technology, Cool Relief aims to give customers a therapeutic device that they can rely on in times of need.

The company’s products are made using a combination of soft gel and inner ice. This unique mix allows them to retain their temperature, whether cold or hot, for up to two hours at a time. It also means they can be reused as many times as needed.

Moreover, because the packs’ materials are in gel form, they can conform more easily to whatever part of the body is being treated, providing much more targeted and consistent relief than traditional therapeutic devices. Additionally, the gel is contained within a leak-proof covering, preventing any condensation from causing a mess.

Cool Relief uses its gel pack technology in all of its packs and wraps. At present, they offer devices for most body parts, including the knees, shoulders, back, ankles, and wrists. They also have multi-purpose and universal packs and wraps, which can be used on several different areas of the body.

“Our proprietary gel pack technology stays colder for longer and has the flexibility to move with you as you stay active,” said a spokesperson for the company. “By applying our ice packs and wraps to your injuries, you reduce pain, swelling, and inflammation, promote healing, and optimize comfort.”

About Cool Relief

Since 2007, Cool Relief has been an industry leader in medical-grade cold and hot therapy devices. Their products have been used for athletic injury treatment and rehabilitation, post-surgery recovery, and first aid.

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