deep heating

deep heating

, deep heat
The application of radiant energy beneath the skin and beneath the subcutaneous tissue. The target of such heating is generally muscles and tendons.
See: diathermy; thermotherapy; ultrasound
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As one of the region's longest guaranteed-energy-saving projects, the agreement will involve deep heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) and light retrofit works along with the installation of on-grid solar photovoltaic (PV) panel for renewable energy generation.
TriPollar Legend's deep heating action not only results in fat reduction, it also promotes collagen production which leads to the tightening and firming of the skin.
VelaShape III technology combines infrared light, bi-polar radio frequency energy and vacuum, which cause deep heating of the fat cells, their surrounding connective tissue and the underlying dermal collagen fibers.
Superficial agents such as hot water heating the skin and subcutaneous tissues, while deep heating agents such as therapeutic ultrasound may produce temperature elevations of deep tissues.
The experience is often described as a deep heating or mild pinching sensation, but a new vibrating hand piece has significantly reduced discomfort.
The deep heating may not have cremated them, but it certainly left them stone baked.
In this study, 30 subjects received 3 treatments: a moist heat pack, a pneumatherm treatment (which is a deep heating type of modality), or a control treatment where they just laid comfortably for 20 minutes.
While Mentholatum is usually associated with such traditional products as Mentholatum ointment and Deep Heating rub, the majority of today's business comes from products that do not carry the Mentholatum name in the brand, such as the WellPatch line of pain-relieving pads, Soft-lips lip protectant and sunscreen, and Rohto V and Rohto Zi eye care products," he says.
s redesign of its Deep Heating rub and extension of the brand with a therapy stick.
Saline irrigation facilitates energy flow, allowing swift, deep heating that quickly neutralizes cells in a linear fashion.
for example, is gearing up for a major marketing initiative that includes a redesign of its well-established Deep Heating rub and the introduction of a Deep Heating Therapy Stick.
The Celsion cancer treatment systems use minimally invasive technology, developed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, to deliver controlled deep heating to kill cancer cells.