expert advice2021-07-22T22:41:30+02:00
311, 2021

Deep Heat – Improved Blood Flow = Improved Workout

November 3rd, 2021|Symptoms|

DEEP HEAT | Improved blood flow = Improved workout. How Deep Heat helps The circulatory system is one of the most fascinating and intricate systems in our bodies, consisting of big organs such as the heart, a network of tubelike arteries, veins and tiny capillaries. Through this system, life giving blood (containing red and

1608, 2020

Everyday activities that can cause back pain and how to manage it

August 16th, 2020|Symptoms|

A body is complex and compound with many moving parts. These parts or segments do not move individually. It all moves together as a unit. Before listing activities that cause pain and discomfort, we as professionals in movement would like to recommend that you consider the following: Biomechanics of the Spine The spine is

1608, 2020

Benefits of Heat Therapy

August 16th, 2020|Symptoms|

Heat is reassuring, and reassurance is analgesic A human being’s comfort zone is a warm place. Therefore, irrespective of almost any kind of pain you may have, to reduce pain, we need to reduce the credible evidence of danger and increase credible evidence of safety. We can hypothesise that the human brain can interpret

308, 2018

The many benefits of Arnica Oil

August 3rd, 2018|Symptoms|

Arnica Oil has become a very popular natural remedy for healing injuries and significantly reducing bruising and swelling.  Derived from the blossoms of a perennial flowering plant, Arnica Montana, the fragrant pale yellow oil is known to offer soothing pain relief after sprains, fractures and operations. It is with this is mind that Deep Heat,

1806, 2018

6 Self-Massage Tips using Deep Heat

June 18th, 2018|Symptoms|

Massage is a great treatment for sore muscles, stiffness, relaxation and stress relief. It improves overall wellbeing by increasing your lymphatic drainage and circulation. It also assists in transporting oxygen to the tissues.  However, we cannot always get to a massage therapist. So why not try self-massage with a touch of Deep Heat to treat

1205, 2018

Deep Heat Neck and shoulder pain solutions

May 12th, 2018|Symptoms|

There are many muscles, bones, nerves, arteries, veins, ligaments and other supporting structures in the neck and shoulders. Certain medical conditions or injury to the soft tissues can cause pain in the neck and shoulder area. However everyday tasks such as working long hours behind a desk, driving long distances or carrying small children

2004, 2018

Why cold therapy works for treating injuries

April 20th, 2018|Symptoms|

Why do people reach for a bag of frozen peas or an ice pack to treat injuries like sprains or sports injuries? The easy answer is, “Because it works”. Cold therapy, known as cryotherapy, is is a well-established treatment recommended by sports physiotherapists and health professionals. It works by decreasing blood flow to the

1503, 2018

How Deep Heat can help prepare your body for exercise

March 15th, 2018|Symptoms|

Why do you need to warm up and prepare your body for exercise? The key reason is to prevent injuries. Warming up ensures better coordination and balance, and it loosens the joints so that you have an increased range of motion. It also increases blood flow to the muscles, gradually increasing your heart rate,

1902, 2018

Thigh Injury

February 19th, 2018|Symptoms|

The most common injuries and causes of pain in the thigh are hamstring strains (back of the thigh) and quadriceps strains (front of the thigh). A thigh strain refers to an injury where the fibers in a quadriceps muscles are overstretched. Once the fibers are overstretched to a certain point, muscle tears occur. Recommended

1201, 2018

Calf Injury

January 12th, 2018|Symptoms|

A Calf injury or strain is a tear of the muscle fibres of the muscles at the back of the lower leg and can range from mild to very severe. Calf injuries usually occur as a result of sudden pushing off movements, sudden changing of direction or from excessive over-stretching of the calf muscles

Go to Top