The Jaipur Physiotherapy Clinic is a pioneer clinic with advanced or a high-tech facility for Heat therapy and Cryotherapy and these are done by Highly Qualified and well experienced Doctors.
Heat therapy is also called as Thermotherapy and the use of heat in therapy, such as done for pain relief and for health. It can take many of the forms like the form of a hot cloth, hot water, ultrasound, heating pad, Hydro collator packs, whirlpool baths, cordless FIR heat therapy wraps, and others. It can be beneficial to those with arthritis and stiff muscles and injuries to the deep tissue of the skin.
Jaipur Physiotherapy uses different types of application in Heat Therapy as by:
• By Direct Contact:
Moist heat therapy believed to be a more effective, at warming tissues than the dry heat, because water transfers heat more quickly than any other or air. Moist heat results in the perception that the tissue is heated more deeply. In fact, the recent studies indicate that the Vasodilatation, the expansion of the blood capillaries (vessels) to allow more blood flow, is improved with the help of dry heat therapy. Heat therapy increases the effect on the muscles, joints, and soft tissue. Heat is typically applied by placing a warm device on the relevant body part.
• By Infrared Radiations:
Infrared radiation is a very convenient system to heat the parts of our body. It has many advantages over the direct contact in which the radiation can heat directly the area where, the blood capillaries and neuron terminals are. When the heat comes from a direct contact source it has to heat the external layer of the skin, and heat is transferred to the deeper layer by conduction.
In this way both the application in its own ways. And the Heat higher tissue temperature, which produces Vasodilatation and that, will increase the supply of oxygen and nutrients and the elimination of carbon dioxide and metabolic waste from the body in this way it results very beneficial.
The Heat therapy is very useful for the Muscle spasms, Myalgia, fibromyalgia, Contracture, bursitis etc.