The Theramitt

Wave goodbye to sore hands.

Theramitts simplify hot and cold therapy for healing hands.

Icy cool, or soothing heat

Dual functionality allows Theramitts to deliver hot or cold therapy, depending on your needs. Reduce swelling and inflammation with cold therapy, or soothe sore, stiff hands with heat.

Handy design

A flexible hook-and-loop strap keeps the Theramitt in place, treating all 360° of the hand with minimal effort.

Simple and reusable

Save the ice for a cool drink; use your Theramitts in the freezer or microwave again and again.

A Theramitt in the freezer

What are hot and cold therapy?

Hot and cold therapy are popular methods for treating a variety of conditions and injuries. Both therapies offer unique benefits that can help alleviate pain, reduce inflammation, and promote healing.

Cold therapy is effective for reducing pain and swelling from acute injuries, while heat therapy can help relieve chronic pain and muscle tension. Cold therapy works by constricting blood vessels and reducing blood flow to the affected area, while heat therapy works by increasing blood flow and promoting cellular repair.

In addition to pain relief, hot and cold therapy can also improve flexibility and range of motion, as well as speed up the healing process. These therapies are versatile and can be used for a wide range of conditions, including arthritis, sprains, strains, and more.

Using Theramitts, it's easy to apply these therapies at home for convenient, effective relief. Whether you're recovering from an injury or dealing with chronic pain, hot and cold therapy may be a helpful addition to your treatment plan.

A single Theramitt.
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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I use my Theramitts?

For cold therapy, place your Theramitts in the freezer for 2-4 hours. Use a towel as a buffer until the temperature is to your liking. For heat, carefully boil the mitt in water, or microwave your mitt in water in 30 second increments.

When should I use hot therapy versus cold therapy?

Hot therapy is typically used for chronic pain, stiffness, and muscle spasms, while cold therapy is used for acute injuries, swelling, and inflammation. If you're unsure which therapy to use, consult with your healthcare provider.

How long should I use hot or cold therapy for?

As always, consult with your healthcare provider for best practices. For hot therapy, it's generally recommended to apply heat for 15-20 minutes at a time, several times a day. For cold therapy, apply the cold pack for 15-20 minutes at a time, with a break of at least 20 minutes between applications.