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Knee Thermogel

Cold/hot gel knee pad

Heat and cold to fit your knee.

WHAT IS IT?

A practical, reusable gel pad, designed specifically to fit your knee, that gradually releases heat or cold when applied, depending on your needs. It's suitable for the whole family.

WHAT DOES IT DO FOR YOU?

It heals you using the therapeutic power of heat or cold.

How?

Heat therapy reduces muscle tension, so is particularly suitable for muscle cramps, spasms, and muscular fatigue. Cold therapy, on the other hand, blocks inflammation in your body. It's indicated for minor contusions, acute trauma, sprained, strained and twisted muscles, and tendonitis.

WHAT MAKES IT UNIQUE?

First of all, its ergonomic shape has been specifically designed to adhere well to the knee joint without limiting its movement, whilst the soft, comfortable elasticated strip prevents the gel pad from slipping when you move.

IN WHAT FORMAT CAN YOU FIND IT?

The Thermogel Knee pad is available in a single format of 17 cm x 30 cm.

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