Mueller Sport Care Reusable Cold-Hot Pack
This reusable pack is ideal for cold therapy or heat therapy in treating minor scrapes and bruises, muscle aches and sprains, headaches, toothaches, minor burns and insect bites. Helps reduce pain and swelling. Cold therapy: Use cold for sprains, strains, bruises and other injuries. To help relieve pain and swelling, rest, apply ice, compression, and elevate (standard RICE therapy initial care). Heat therapy: Use heat for ongoing aches and pains. Moderate compression with heat helps promote improved circulation and healing. Microwaveable. 6.0 inches x 9.0 inches.
Directions: Easy to use: Cold use: Store in freezer for 1-1/2 hours before use. Hot use: Boiling water method - Bring 3 quarts water to boil and remove from heat. Place pack in water for not more than 5 minutes. Knead pack to distribute heat. Microwave method - Microwave pack on high (100% power) for 20 seconds. Knead pack to distribute heat. Microwave pack for additional 20 seconds. Allow pack to stand for 20 seconds before removing from oven. Knead pack to distribute heat. See detailed instructions on product.
Warnings: Refer to detailed instructions on product for proper use. Wrap or cover Hot-Cold pack before applying to skin. Consult physician if pain persists. DO NOT APPLY DIRECTLY ON SKIN. DO NOT USE WHILE SLEEPING.
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