When your back pain is acute (lasting less than 4 weeks) and/or caused by direct injury, please use cold therapy first.
Lowering body temperature will help to shrink blood vessels, reduce swelling, reduce inflammation and cause numbness.
Once inflammation subsides, choose heat therapy.
Heat therapy is an effective method to treat back pain, because it can promote circulation, relieve inflammation and
improve back stiffness. Any type of heat therapy can help relieve back pain. However, heating pads are ideal because
they are portable and electric, so you can use them anywhere in your home, such as lying in bed or sitting on the sofa.
On the other hand, as long as the heating pad is turned on, the temperature of the heating pad can be adjusted and
continuous heat can be provided.
Precautions and safety tips:
Heating pad can effectively control pain, but if used improperly, it may cause danger.
Here are some safety tips to avoid injuries.
*Don't use the heating pad to sleep.
*When using the heating pad, start at the lowest temperature and then slowly increase the heat.
*Do not use heating pads with broken or broken power cord.
*Do not use heating pads on damaged skin.