Spand-Ice Therapy for Pain, Overheating + Fatigue

Spand-Ice Cold Therapy Helps Many with Pain and Disease

Here at Spand-Ice, we’re not normally into your typical cliches, but with the holidays upon us, we can’t help but feel an immense level of gratitude and what better time than now to express this to you!

If you read our newsletter then you’ve seen that thankfulness is our theme for this month. However, we want you to know that this is not something we take lightly. We started the Spand-Ice business to truly make an impact for you on how you manage bodily aches and pains. This is the reason we exist today and we look forward to being of service for many years to come.

In fact, the whole idea that started this company was to create products that would make back pain relief easy, something as simple as putting on your shirt. We are happy to say that our mission is being fulfilled as we support all different types of people with a wide range of aches and pains as Spand-Ice continues to grow.

Each day we search for opportunities to better support our ever-growing demographic of consumers. We take time to understand the specific types of pain that plague each different segment of our audience. From athletes, to those suffering from daily chronic pain, to pregnant women who are challenged by crippling back soreness, we strive to provide as many individuals as we can with the gift of pain relief.

One segment in particular that our technology has the ability to help, are people suffering from diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis (MS). These individuals face various symptoms from pain to chronic fatigue and even heat sensitivity – all symptoms that our current products help relieve. MS patients seek out cold therapy products that reduce these symptoms so they can continue to exercise, work outdoors or even just have the energy to last throughout the day. Our lightweight discreet designs are also an important factor as some patients don’t want bulky, visible options indicating to others that they are in pain and need help. In the coming year, we will be looking deeper into modifications we can make and new products we can develop to address wider issues that people deal with battling various diseases.

If you know someone that can benefit from our products, provide them with the gift of pain relief this holiday season? There’s no better way to show you care.

This year has been great and we are so thankful, but there are so many things yet to come in 2017. Stay tuned on how we’re helping people to Keep Going!

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