Live Well Health Essentials focus on providing natural pain management solutions. Our hot and cold therapy products are available to support recommendations from your allied health professional recommendations regarding your pain management plan. Our products can also assist with injury recovery and future injury prevention through regular body maintenance.
We understand that pain management is the focus on relieving or reducing pain. We want to help you do this through providing complementary health care product options that work alongside your allied health professionals recommendations based on your circumstances.
If you’re wondering about complementary health care, it refers to a group of therapies and practices that are used in conjunction with conventional medical treatments. These therapies are not considered to be a part of conventional medicine but can assist with pain management and other ailments. Complementary health care therapies can include practices such as acupuncture, chiropractic, herbal medicine, massage therapy, and yoga, among others. The goal of using complementary health care therapies is to improve overall health and well-being, and to alleviate symptoms of a variety of conditions. Many people use complementary health care therapies to help manage chronic conditions, such as pain or anxiety, or to support recovery from an illness or injury. It's important to consult with a healthcare provider before starting any complementary health care therapy, particularly if you have any medical conditions.
Causes of pain can be reduced by identifying and treating the underlying condition, as well as through lifestyle changes such as exercise, proper nutrition, and stress management.
Live Well Health Essentials provides complementary health care products via our website and through over 1,300 outlets Australia wide.
Through the Live Well Health Essentials blog we also provide general information about Complementary health care options that you can talk to your allied health care professional about to suit it they suit your circumstances.
To manage pain naturally, methods such as acupuncture, massage, yoga, and meditation can be effective. Additionally, certain supplements and herbs, such as turmeric and ginger, may have pain-relieving properties. It is important to consult with a healthcare provider to determine the best approach for managing your specific type of pain.
Heat therapy and the products that support this is one of the areas we focus on. Heat therapy, also known as thermotherapy, is the use of heat to relieve pain and muscle tension. It can be applied in various forms, such as a heat pack, a hot water bottle, a heating pad, a warm bath or shower, or a sauna. The heat can increase blood flow to the area, which can help to relax muscles and reduce pain and stiffness. Heat therapy can be used for many types of pain, including muscle pain, menstrual cramps, and joint pain caused by conditions such as arthritis. It is important to use heat therapy safely by avoiding burns, and consulting with a healthcare provider if you have any medical conditions or questions.
Cold therapy, also known as cryotherapy, is the use of cold temperatures to relieve pain and inflammation. Cold therapy can be done by applying a cold pack, ice, or a bag of frozen vegetables to the affected area. Cold therapy can help to reduce blood flow to the area, which can reduce inflammation and numb the area to provide pain relief. Cold therapy is commonly used to treat acute injuries such as sprains, strains, and contusions, as well as to alleviate pain and inflammation associated with chronic conditions such as arthritis. It's important to use cold therapy safely by avoiding frostbite, and consulting with a healthcare provider if you have any medical conditions or questions. Storing Live Well Health Essentials Hot and Cold Therapy bags in the freezer is a convenient and versatile way to organise cold therapy at home as a part of your treatment plan. Shop now