Dry heat therapy, like other forms of thermotherapy, is used to increase circulation and the delivery of oxygen-rich blood to the injured tissues, relax muscles increasing their ability to be stretched more effectively achieving greater range of motion at joints, alleviate joint and muscle pain, and stimulate metabolism and new tissue growth.
Dry heat is often used to treat non rheumatoid arthritis to aid in pain relief. The buoyancy of FluidoThrerapy units allows patients to freely perform a variety of resistive exercises with increased mobility and decreased pain. The fluidized Cellex particles act like a low viscosity fluid, allowing limbs to be suspended much like in a liquid state. Single extremity unit for treating the hand, wrist, elbow, foot, and ankle.