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Hot & Cold Formentation

Cold treatment reduces inflammation by decreasing blood flow. Apply within 48 hours after an injury. Heat treatment promotes blood flow and helps muscles relax. Use for chronic pain

A fomentation is a topical application in which cloth is soaked in a strong infusion and then applied to the body. It is much like a compress, however, most compresses are applied and left to cool, while fomentations are usually kept warm. In a nutshell, a fomentation can be thought of as a hot compress or hot pack Cold therapy is also known as cryotherapy. It works by reducing blood flow to a particular area, which can significantly reduce inflammation and swelling that causes pain, especially around a joint or a tendon. It can temporarily reduce nerve activity, which can also relieve pain.

Hot & Cold Formentation includes Abdomen, Spine, Leg, Each Body Part


Amount after discout Rs200 Timing 15-20 min

The abdomen contains all the digestive organs, including the stomach, small and large intestines, pancreas, liver, and gallbladder. These organs are held together loosely by connecting tissues (mesentery) that allow them to expand and to slide against each other. The abdomen also contains the kidneys and spleen


Amount after discout Rs150 Timing 15-20 min

The spine is our body's central support structure. It keeps us upright and connects the different parts of our skeleton to each other: our head, chest, pelvis, shoulders, arms and legs. Although the spine is made up of a chain of bones, it is flexible due to elastic ligaments and spinal disks.


Amount after discout Rs150 Timing 15-20 min

The human leg, in the general word sense, is the entire lower limb of the human body, including the foot, thigh and even the hip or gluteal region. However, the definition in human anatomy refers only to the section of the lower limb extending from the knee to the ankle, also known as the crus.

Each Body Part

Amount after discout Rs150 Timing 15-20 min


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