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HealthSmart TheraBeads are a Microwaveable Heat Therapy Pack used to provide moist heat uniformly over the injured area. HealthSmart TheraBeads provide deep heat penetration that offers soothing comfort. Microwaveable Therabeads are convenient to easily and quickly heat up to use and reuse for Heat Therapy. Therabeads are tiny, hydroscopic beads mixed with a proprietary fluid that enhances their ability to capture and dispel moisture. HealthSmart TheraBeads require no soaking, boiling or electrical wires to provide heat therapy. Just simply place the HealthSmart TheraBeads Microwaveable Heat Therapy Pack in the microwave according to the accompanying instructions and apply to the affected body area. The HealthSmart TheraBeads are a standard pack with a size of 9 x 12 inches. Manufactured by Mabis DMI, the HealthSmart TheraBeads Microwaveable Heat Therapy Pack is designed to conform or adapt to any area of the body. This heat therapy pack fits snugly and comfortably wherever you need it. The HealthSmart TheraBeads Microwaveable Heat Therapy Pack is reusable.
HealthSmart TheraBeads Microwaveable Heat Therapy Pack Features & Benefits
- No electrical wires.
- No soaking or boiling.
- Quickly and easily heats up.
- Conformable and adaptable to any body area.
- Offers deep soothing comfort and relief.
HealthSmart TheraBeads Microwaveable Heat Therapy Pack Specifications
- HealthSmart TheraBeads Microwaveable Heat Therapy Pack Product Number: 616-4503-0000.
- Width Size: 9 Inch.
- Length Size: 12 Inch.
- Heat Source: Microwave.
- Application: Heat Therapy Pack.
- Body Target Areas: Shoulders, Knees, Back.
- Manufacturer: Mabis DMI.
- Brand: Therabeads.
- HCPCS Code: A9273.
- Additional Information
Manufacturer Briggs Healthcare Sub Brand Duro-Med
- Community Q&A
Product QuestionsDoes this product have a cover or how do you keep cleanQuestion by: Billie Thoeming on Apr 18, 2017 8:17:00 AMThe product has a cover that is removable and can be machine washed.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Sep 27, 2017 8:30:00 AMSince no mention is made of "cold pak" use should I assume that freezing for an ice-pak would be inappropriate for this product?Question by: kathy on Jan 13, 2018 12:56:00 PMThis item is not meant to be used as a cold pack.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on May 15, 2018 7:16:00 AM