Latest Pain Relief Device Acupuncture TDP Mineral Lamp Far-infrared 124mm Pain Relief Heating Device Cq-27 2019
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The TDP lamp or TDP mineral lamp is a medical device which comes under U.S. Food and Drug Administration Class II as a far-infrared heating device. The premise of the lamp is that the far infrared (below visible light) emissions increases microcirculation and loosens fascia to accelerate the natural healing processes of the body. The TDP lamp is used as a therapeutic substitute for moxibustion, a traditional Chinese therapy. It is used by acupuncturists, Asian bodywork therapists, and other medical professionals. The class of devices to which it belongs is approved by the FDA for temporary relief from pain and arthritis. 1. Highest durability plate lasts 2,000 hrs compared to 1,000 hours 2. Large coverage of treated area plates 124mm 3. Leads to faster treatment and greater effectiveness Super Strengthen 4. Emission Head Adjusts To Any Direction. 5. Manual Timer Item. Infrared Heat Lamps use infrared heat rays to treat various ailments, including: Arthritis, Rheumatism, Tennis Elbow, Knee, Shoulder, Neck & Back Pain, Joint Pain, Muscle Injuries, and Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy. This full size infrared heat lamp can also be used for skin care or massage therapy. Treatment usually consists of bare skin exposure in the affected area with the lamp positioned 12-18 inches from the body. Length of self-treatment for a single condition is typically 15-30 minutes (not longer than 45 min.), 1 or 2 times a day, for 7-10 days. More weeks of treatment are acceptable under direction of a doctor. Many sample charts are available suggesting guidelines for use. The patient should feel warmth but position the lamp to avoid scalding. Skin temperatures should not be allowed to exceed 130 °F (54 °C).