The Bum Wrap: Therapeutic Relief For Sciatic Pain
The Bum Wrap - Hot/Cold Trigger Point Therapy
The Bum Wrap is a fanny-pack style wrap that fits around the hips. It combines a hot/cold compress with therapy balls in an adjustable wrap to target and relieve trigger point pain.
The patented ceramic clay compress has a semi-fluid consistency, ensuring uniform distribution of heat or cold without compromising the therapy balls ability to deliver pressure right where it is needed most.
This combination of heat and pressure releases muscle knots and provides more blood flow, oxygen, and nutrients to the affected area.
- Safe, effective, natural relief for muscle knots, sciatica, and trigger points
- Patented semi-fluid ceramic clay hot/cold pad holds heat or cold for long periods
- Therapy balls adjust to provide pinpoint pressure to the effected area and stay put while in use
- Adjustable wrap insures effective targeting of trigger points when used with the hot/cold compress and therapy balls
- Included instruction booklet provides detailed illustrations on trigger points and how to alleviate them
How The Bum Wrap Works
The Bum Wrap is designed to work out trigger points: the constricted knots in a tight band of muscle that restrict circulation in knotted muscle fibers. As pressure and heat is applied to a trigger point, the body begins to release the knot and slowly relieve the pain and tension in the muscle. Successful trigger point therapy typically requires repetitive treatments… if possible 2-3 times a day until the trigger points are eliminated.
Trigger Point Therapy with the Bum Wrap
Trigger points are specific areas in muscles that cause local tenderness and can refer pain to other areas of the body. Trigger point therapy is the application of deep pressure on these tender points to release muscle tension. Often, several different muscles send pain to the same spot. The goal is to target the right area and then apply sustained pressure to that area on a regular basis. Enough pressure should be applied on the point of tenderness to make it "hurt so good".