Often recommend by certified hand therapists, compression gloves with far infrared aid in the treatment of symptoms associated with hand, wrist and finger pain.
Having often suffered with years of agony, patients report feeling improvement in their symptoms, including reduced pain, swelling and stiffness. So you can make the best choice for you, it's important to understand how compression gloves work.
How Do Compression Gloves Work?
Compression gloves help provide mild to medium level compression, warmth and light support to your sore hands and joints. For even greater benefit, Thermomedic thermal therapy gloves use advanced bio-ceramic fibres to assist warm chilled hands, increase oxygen delivery to sore muscles and enhance circulation for soothing pain relief. It seems thermotherapy may also speed the removal of lactic acid and other metabolic waste for faster symptom relief.
Designed to help relieve aches, pains, and stiffness associated with arthritis of the hands, compression gloves do not contain lead.
Many arthritis sufferers report feeling the majority of hand pain in their knuckles or joints. Each of our fingers has three knuckles, known as the first, proximal and distal interphalangeal joints.
Compression gloves are most effective when the compression occurs in the area of highest pain density and therefore should fully cover each of your knuckles.
Before buying compression or arthritis gloves, look closely to ensure that they will cover all of the joints on your hand. Similar to acupuncture, but using finger pressure rather than fine needles on specific points along the body to treat ailments such as tension and stress, aches and pains, menstrual cramps, arthritis.
Open fingertips are still an attractive feature, provided the gloves still cover the top knuckle, as they allow you the freedom to touch, grip and feel while wearing the gloves.
The unique design of the our compression gloves provides mild compression for warmth and helps increase circulation to reduce pain and promotes healing. They are made of soft, breathable material, meaning they are comfortable enough to wear all day and night.
Their open fingertips allow you complete freedom to feel, touch and grip, so you can perform daily tasks without issue.
However, it’s important to note that not all compression gloves are created equally and the details can make a world of difference in the amount of relief provided by these products.
What Are The Best Types of Compression Gloves?
When choosing, you should choose a glove that provides adequate support to your injured area, is comfortable for long-term use, well-constructed for quality thermo-fibres and of course, effective.
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