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Heat Attachment

Proven to speed recovery, reduce inflammation, and decrease muscle tension, this massage gun head is the perfect addition to your recovery kit. This heated deep tissue massage gun attachment heats up within seconds to give you that warm relief your muscles have longed for. Combining heat therapy and percussion therapy reduces muscle pain, increases blood flow, and improves overall relaxation.

 

*Compatible with BLAST and MINI Massage Gun

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    Heat Attachment - Recover Vibe
    Heat Attachment - Recover Vibe
    Heat Attachment - Recover Vibe
    Heat Attachment
    Heat Attachment

    Benefits

    Increase blood flow

    Heat applied to muscles can increase blood flow, bringing more oxygen and nutrients to the area, which can help to speed up the healing process.

    Reduce muscle tension

    Heat can also help to relax tight or sore muscles, which can reduce pain and stiffness.

    Improve flexibility

    Heat can make muscles more pliable, which can make it easier to stretch and move them, improving flexibility.

    Reduce inflammation

    Heat can help to reduce inflammation in muscles, which can reduce pain and swelling.

    Speed up recovery

    Heat can help to speed up the healing process, which can reduce the amount of time it takes for muscles to recover after an injury or workout.

    Combining heat and percussion therapy

    Combining heat and percussion therapy can have several benefits, including increased blood flow to the area being treated, improved flexibility and range of motion, and reduced muscle tension and soreness. The heat can help to relax the muscles and increase blood flow, while the percussion can help to break up muscle knots and adhesions. This combination can also be effective in reducing pain and inflammation, and in promoting overall relaxation and well-being.

    Product Features

    • Long-lasting battery life

      Up to 4 hours of use in a single charge

    • Metal Attachment

      Heats up faster

    • Large surface area

      Larger than any other attachment for faster recovery

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    FAQs

    How do I use heat and percussion therapy together?

    To use heat and percussion therapy together with a Recover Vibe Massage Gun and a Heat Attachment, you would first attach the Heat Attachment to the massage gun. Then, you would turn on the heat setting on the attachment, which will allow it to heat up. Once the attachment is warm, you can begin using the massage gun on the desired area of your body. You can adjust the heat level and the intensity of the percussion as needed.

    How long should I use heat and percussion therapy for each session?

    It is recommended to start with short sessions (10-15 minutes) once or twice a day and gradually increase the frequency and duration as your body becomes accustomed to the treatment. It is also important to take breaks and not to use heat and percussion therapy for more than 15-20 minutes at a time.

    It is also important to listen to your body and stop the treatment if it causes pain or discomfort. It is also important to use the therapy in a safe environment, with proper safety measures in place, such as using a towel or barrier between the heat attachment and your skin to prevent burns.

    Is it safe to use heat and percussion therapy together?

    Using heat and percussion therapy together is generally considered safe when used properly. The heat can help to relax the muscles and increase blood flow, while the percussion can help to break up muscle knots and adhesions. This combination can be effective in reducing pain and inflammation, and in promoting overall relaxation and well-being. It is also important to be aware of your own physical limitations and to not use the massage gun with too much pressure or force, as this can cause injury or pain.

    Can I use heat and percussion therapy on any part of my body?

    You can use heat and percussion therapy on many parts of your body, such as your back, neck, shoulders, legs, and arms. However, it is not recommended to use heat therapy on areas of the body that are swollen, inflamed, or have an injury. Also, it is not recommended to use heat therapy on sensitive areas such as the face, eyes, ears, and genitals.

    It is also important to use the massage gun with the appropriate attachments for the specific body part you are treating. Using the wrong attachment could cause discomfort or even injury.

    Can I use heat and percussion therapy at home or do I need to go to a clinic?

    Yes, you can use heat and percussion therapy at home using a device such as a Recover Vibe Massage Gun with a heat attachment. These devices can be purchased on our website. However, it is important to use the device safely and appropriately, and to consult with a healthcare professional before trying heat and percussion therapy to ensure it is safe and appropriate for you.

    While it is possible to use heat and percussion therapy at home, it is also possible to receive this type of therapy at a physical therapy clinic or by a massage therapist. A professional therapist may be able to provide more personalized and targeted treatment, as well as provide guidance on proper technique and usage. Additionally, a therapist may be able to identify any underlying conditions or issues that may be contributing to your pain or discomfort.

    How often should I use heat and percussion therapy for optimal results?

    The frequency at which you should use heat and percussion therapy for optimal results will depend on your individual needs and the condition you are trying to treat. Generally, it is recommended to start with short sessions (10-15 minutes) once or twice a day and gradually increase the frequency and duration as your body becomes accustomed to the treatment.

    Is heat and percussion therapy effective for certain conditions or injuries?

    Heat and percussion therapy can be effective for certain conditions or injuries, including:

    • Muscle soreness and stiffness: Heat and percussion therapy can help to relax muscles and increase blood flow, which can reduce pain and stiffness.
    • Tension headaches: The combination of heat and percussion therapy can help to release tension in the head, neck, and shoulders, which can reduce the frequency and intensity of headaches.
    • Arthritis: Heat therapy can help to increase blood flow and reduce pain and stiffness in joints affected by arthritis.
    • Back pain: Heat and percussion therapy can help to release tension in the back muscles, which can reduce pain and improve mobility.
    • Sports injuries: Heat and percussion therapy can help to increase blood flow and reduce pain and inflammation in muscles and joints affected by sports injuries.

    However, it is important to note that heat and percussion therapy is not a substitute for proper medical care and it is always recommended to consult with a healthcare professional before trying heat and percussion therapy to ensure it is safe and appropriate for you. They may be able to recommend other therapies that may be more effective for your specific condition or injury.

    What are some precautions that should be taken while using heat and percussion therapy?

    It is important to note that you should not use heat therapy on areas of the body that are swollen, inflamed, or have an injury. Also, you should not use heat therapy for more than 15-20 minutes at a time. It is also recommended to have a towel or barrier between the heat attachment and your skin to prevent burns.

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    Jay L.
    Shocked! (In a good way!)

    When I first saw the heat attachment I was skeptical if it would be as good as advertised but the moment I used it I never wanted to use any other attachment!!! The best attachment ever will be ordering one for my friends who also has the burst!