Thermotex Equine Far Infrared Heating - Neck Wrap

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Leaders in the manufacturing of infrared therapy systems For more than 20 years the Canadian, family-run business has provided temporary comfort that is backed by rigorous research, due diligence and a commitment to customers. Thermotex understands that building trust is paramount to customers, and has accomplished this by attaining medical device registration with the FDA and Health Canada, while meeting integral manufacturing standards and ISO certifications for all trademarked products

  • PATENTED TECHNOLOGY For over 23 years Thermotex has nurtured and supported Equines through management and healing with science backed technology. Clinical trials and rigorous testing have proven the efficacy and long-term benefits of this infrared therapy for various types of discomfort that is often left unchanged by traditional management strategies
  • TRUSTED PRODUCT In Equine studies, the unique subcutaneous infrared heat mechanism has shown to raise temperatures at depths of 2.36” beneath the surface of the skin after just 20 minutes of use. Thermotex has been successfully used by trainers, veterinarians and therapists alike
  • COMFORT Thermotex deep tissue infrared heat therapy delivers prolonged heat. This effectively increases blood flow into the targeted area to deliver nutrients and oxygen and keeps tissues healthy while eliminating waste and reducing inflammation. The equine physiological effects such as vasodilatation and increased blood flow, analgesia, increased metabolic activity within the cells, increased tissue extensibility and decrease in joint stiffness are helped
  • WARRANTY AND CARE All products come with a one year manufacturer warranty on parts and labor
  • EQUINE NECK When applied to the cervical musculature, gives aid and a relaxed positioning of the head. With 2 infrared heat inserts it provides 3 positions on each side of the neck secured with 3 Velcro straps. Top position is directly over the dorsal musculature and nuchal ligament.  At the base of the skull the top pad is directly over the first cervical vertebrae. Lower position allows treatment to the lower portions of the cervical spine and the main musculature of the neck