Our new upgraded version 2.0 Hot & Cold "Thermapeutic" cushion that lets you enjoy comfort by degrees naturally. We upgraded the zipper, snap hooks and made the webbing softer for a more comfortable wear.
The Soothie° cushion helps relieve the pain of sciatica, scoliosis, arthritis, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, sports injuries, migraines, and more.
Hot one moment, cold the next, with long-lasting elements, and 101 ways to use and wear it, Soothie° is a must-have memory foam back cushion. It's a constant companion for athletes, soldiers, chronic pain patients, and busy professionals everywhere.
Who Soothie° Helps
Soothie helps people who have any of the following conditions.
(Be sure to contact your doctor before using hot, cold, or contrast therapy to relieve any of these conditions)
Acute Pain Arthritis Back Pain Bone Spurs
Bulging Discs Chronic Injuries Cramps Degenerative Disc Disease
Fibromyalgia Headaches Herniated Discs Hip Pain
Inflammation Joint Pain Knee Pain Lupus
Menopause Multiple Sclerosis Muscle Pain Muscle Spasms
Neck Pain Osteoporosis Pinched Nerves Plantar Fasciitis
Recovery Rheumatoid Arthritis Sciatica Pregnancy Back Pain
Scoliosis Shoulder Pain Sports Pain Sprained Ankle
Strained Muscle Swelling Tendonitis
Some Like it HOT
Heat therapy dilates blood vessels in your muscles, increasing the flow of oxygen and nutrients. This helps damaged tissues heal.
Use it for up to 30 minutes at a time to keep your body from overheating. When your body returns back to its normal temperature, you can use it again.
Some Like it COLD
Cold therapy decreases inflammation and numbs sore tissues to provide relief. Cold therapy reduces circulation by contracting your veins. Once you remove the cold pack, your veins overcompensate and dilate, which allows blood to rush in. This brings necessary nutrients to the affected area.
Use for up to 10 minutes at a time every hour. Don't overdo it! Often, overdoing cold therapy can increase inflammation or swelling as your body overcompensates for the chill.
Some Like BOTH
It doesn't matter whether you've just finished a rough exercise session or whether you've got a chronic pain condition to contend with. Therapeutic contrasting speeds your recovery.
Contrasting hot and cold therapy, right after the other, forces your muscles to adapt to each form of stimuli. This promotes faster healing and recovery while relieving pain. People have been combining hot and cold therapy for thousands of years.
Just remember to always finish a contrast session with cold, and avoid open wounds. It's especially important to avoid contrast therapy after surgery, as it can increase your chances of infection and bleeding.