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11.40"L X 6.75"W X 5.80"H
caused by arthritis. A form of thermotherapy, paraffin treatments effectively increase blood flow to aid in
rehabilitation, or to warm an area of the body prior to other therapies or exercise.
Warm paraffin is also used extensively to soften dry, cracked skin by drawing moisture from within
the body to the surface. Hands, feet, face or elbows are left feeling soft and appearing more youthful looking.
The NEW Therabath Professional Paraffin Bath is USA made to Class II medical device standards.
Therabath units are hand-assembled ensuring that each and every one leaves the factory
durable, safe, and reliable.
- Effective on hands and wrist, feet and ankles, elbows and more.
- Unequaled Lifetime guarantee!
- Professional quality construction.
- Energy efficient design with extra insulation, long life heating elements, and dual thermostat.
- Full sized inner tank, compact outer tank.
- Precise automatic temperature control.
Therabath Professional Thermotherapy Paraffin Bath
6lbs (6 1lb bags) of Therabath Professional Refill Paraffin
1 plastic grille
1 lid with integrated handle
IEC receptacle hospital-grade cord (220V - $20 additional charge for cord)
5 Year Limited Warranty (click for full warranty)
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What are the advantages of using a bag to apply the wax , as to dipping the whole foot into the tub of wax? Are there any problems with sanitation with dipping the foot in the tub?
The manufacturer suggest that you not reuse the paraffin removed from your skin because it contains material that will eventually form a sediment on the bottom of the unit. That would be an advantage to using the bags. However, you can dip the whole foot into the wax. Paraffin treatments are proven safe and sanitary when performed according to manufacturer's suggested guidelines. No documented instances of cross-contamination due to communal use of paraffin baths have been reported. Therabath paraffin is maintained at 130 degrees F and contains no water, so it is a very hostile environment for pathogens to survive. And when you dip, an instant barrier is formed between the skin and paraffin, so what is on your skin (including germs, dirt, etc) stays on your skin.
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