infrared therapy

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Noun1.infrared therapy - the use of infrared radiation (as by infrared lamps or heating pads or hot water bottles) to relieve pain and increase circulation to a particular area of the body
therapy - (medicine) the act of caring for someone (as by medication or remedial training etc.); "the quarterback is undergoing treatment for a knee injury"; "he tried every treatment the doctors suggested"; "heat therapy gave the best relief"
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Treatments available will include the increasingly popular cryotherapy, salt therapy, compression therapy and infrared therapy. The Waverly location is expected to open this fall.<br />The Good Feet Store (2,335 square feet) specializes in arch supports designed to provide the firm yet flexible function necessary to help correct poor foot biomechanics, generating long-term pain relief solutions.
First documented by NASA, a growing number of people are using deep-penetrating infrared therapy to tackle chronic pain and inflammation.
If the sun feels particularly strong for your psyche, opt for an Aloe Yoghurt body wrap, or even a Far Infrared therapy that improves blood circulation and improves the immune system.
"Hydrotherapy and infrared therapy are a natural fit to help people live more vibrant, productive and balanced lives."
Taylor Kinney's ex also shared that once she's done with the infrared therapy, she engages in a cold bath or ice bath to prevent more inflammation.
Physiotherapy was advised for the pig like kneading / massaging with hand daily at neck region of contra lateral side along with infrared therapy and swimming once in two days in a water tank.
Nevertheless, many people only rely on medical or spa treatments such as mesotherapy, lipodissolve or infrared therapy to remove cellulite.
They have In a double-blind placebo-controlled trial the infrared therapy demonstrated a reduction of back pain by 50% over six weeks of therapy but it caused thermal injuries malignant hyperthermia and scleroderma13.

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