THERA°PEARL is hitting the slopes with the National Ski Patrol

JESSUP, MD- THERA°PEARL and the National Ski Patrol (NSP) share a common goal—to keep skiers healthy and safe. This is why THERA°PEARL, creators of an innovative hot and cold pack, and the NSP, the leading authority for on-mountain safety, teamed up and announced THERA°PEARL as “The official hot and cold pack of the National Ski Patrol”. “We saw this as a great opportunity for two companies to come together and educate skiers on how to prevent injuries and keep them healthy and on the slopes.” says THERA°PEARL President Daniel Baumwald, “ We look forward to working with a respected organization such as the National Ski Patrol.”

The NSP is distributing the hot and cold packs to pilot its “text-to-give” program at ski areas across the country, and will be offering all members the complete product line through the catalog and online. “The National Ski Patrol is very excited to work with THERA°PEARL; not only will our members benefit from the hot/cold packs but using them to aid injured guests at our locations is a perfect match,” says Melanie Hood, National Ski Patrol’s marketing and development director. The packs will be available starting in December at 15 pilot ski resort locations throughout the United States.


Founded in Maryland in 2008, THERA°PEARL creates innovative hot & cold therapy products using proprietary Pearl Technology®. Easily chilled in the freezer or heated in the microwave, THERA°PEARL packs are a doctor- designed, drug-free way to calm pain and inflammation. For more information, visit us at


The NSP is dedicated to serving the public and outdoor recreation industry by providing education and accreditation to emergency care and safety service providers. The organization is made up of more than 28,000 members serving over 650 patrols, including alpine, Nordic, and auxiliary patrollers. Our members work on behalf of local ski and snowboard areas to improve the overall experience for outdoor recreationalists. For more information, visit