Thermo Therapy

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Thermotherapy is a type of medical approach involving the application to the body of any agent that raises tissue temperature. Blood flow, tissue metabolism, and connective tissue extensibility are all enhanced with the help of this therapy. By delivering protein, nutrients, and oxygen to the site of damage, increased blood flow aids in tissue recovery. The use of heat to enlarge blood vessels and improve blood flow to the skin makes thermotherapy most frequently used for treating wounds or relieving pain, although it may also have other applications or medicinal advantages.

When is the Thermotherapy done?

If a patient exhibits the following symptoms, their eligibility for thermotherapy treatment is validated.

  • A patient who is suffering from joint or muscular pain.
  • A patient who exhibits fibromyalgia symptoms.
  • Heat therapy is regarded as an acceptable kind of treatment for the patient with Rheumatoid Arthritis.
  • A patient who has muscular spasms in various body regions.

Effects of Thermotherapy

A desired biological reaction is induced by changing the tissue temperature of the targeted location during thermotherapy. The skin’s/soft tissue’s rise in temperature causes the:

  • Vasodilatation, which results in an increase in the blood flow.
  • Increases the intake of oxygen, which accelerates tissue repair.
  • Increases the extensibility of the tissue.
  • Enhances smooth muscle contraction
  • The metabolic rate is increased.
  • Reduces the pain caused by arthritis.

Why choose Omni Hospitals?

Omni is a super-speciality hospital dedicated to providing high-quality, personalised healthcare to women and children. At therapy clinic ,We offer all-encompassing healthcare services with a team of skilled medical professionals, a knowledgeable medical team, cutting-edge equipment, and modern infrastructure.


Q1. How often and for how long may I use Thermotherapy?

Ans. The kind of medical issue and underlying conditions of the patient will help in determining the time required for Thermotherapy. If used properly, hot water bottles, thermo-compressor, or thermo-pillows can be used for thermotherapy on the affected region of the body.

Q2. When should thermotherapy be applied?

Ans. For the first 48 hours following an accident, it is preferable to avoid using heat therapy. Doctors recommend using heat treatment for chronic diseases only if they have existed for at least one month.

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