Friday, August 29, 2014

Balkowitsch Enterprises is Now Offering the NEW Thermotex Infrared Therapy Heating Pads!



Thermotex Infrared Infrared Therapy Systems are a patented range of deep tissue infrared heat pads designed to relieve pain, promote healing and accelerate rehabilitation. Unlike conventional hot packs or heat pads that simply heat the surface of the skin by conduction, Thermotex safely delivers FAR infrared thermal energy beneath the surface of the skin. Thermotex re-invents infrared by producing 100% FAR infrared, replacing conventional infrared lamps which emit light from different parts of the electromagnetic spectrum and must therefore be used with caution. In studies the unique subcutaneous heat delivery mechanism of Thermotex has been shown to raise temperatures at depths of 6 cm beneath the surface of the skin after just 20 minutes of use. Thermotex deep tissue infrared heat therapy delivers prolonged heat where it is most needed. This effectively increases blood flow into the targeted area to deliver nutrients and oxygen and to keep tissues healthy while eliminating waste and easing inflammation. We back every Thermotex pad that we sell with our 100% money back guarantee. If you have any questions please call us at (701)223-9936 or Toll Free (800)355-2956.

- Deep tissue radiant heat creates increased blood flow to where it is needed
- Easy to operate and highly portable
- Convenient to use, in clinics, at home, at work and even in the car
- Can be used over casts or bandage
- Safe and extremely economical to use
- Power usage: 35 watts

Thermography is used to measure the radiation of heat. In the following pictures you will see that the initial state of the injured area in each case is showing colder than the surrounding tissue. This is accounted for by the lack of blood flow in that injured area. As the injury is treated and the pain relieved by increasing blood flow, the temperature of the injured area returns to normal.

Thermotex Therapy is suitable for the relief of the following conditions:
- Back Pain
- Bursitis
- Tendonitis
- Arthritis
- Sports Injuries
- Joint Stiffness
- Leg Pain
- Shoulder Injuries
- Hamstring Tears
- Calf Injuries
- Thigh Injuries
- Knee Injuries
- Fibromyalgia
- Tennis Elbow
- Muscle Spasms
- Menstrual Cramps
- Hemorrhoids
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Tendonitis

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