Enjoying your pain-free life is easy with the help of Aircast’s CryoCuff IC Cooler. Simple, affordable and user-friendly, this portable cold therapy machine makes reduction of pain and inflammation easily accessible to all.
Everyone has fallen victim to postoperative or chronic pain at some point, and remedies to try and test are endless. If you’re looking for a non-invasive method to find relief and regain mobility, the Aircast CryoCuff is here to save the day.
- Cold therapy is an age-old method for managing pain, reducing inflammation and restoring range of motion
- Aircast’s CryoCuff offers a safe and effective method to healing injured areas and is an ideal alternative to prescription pain and sleep medication
- Cryotherapy treatments are commonly used among athletes, post-operative patients and people experiencing chronic pain
The Aircast CryoCuff is an efficient, simple method for reducing postoperative and chronic pain without the presence of medication or invasive procedures.
What Is Cold Therapy?
Cryotherapy, also known as cold therapy, is an age-old method for managing pain and inflammation. For thousands of years, people have applied cold temperatures to injury sites to help heal the area and regain their range of motion.
How Does Cold Therapy Work?
Basic versions of cold therapy include ice massages, gel packs and cold towels. A more modern, convenient method calls for a cold therapy machine specifically designed to deliver benefits of cryotherapy.
When cold temperatures are applied to an injured area, soft tissues around the site are numbed.
This helps reduce pain because it reduces the production of pain mediators and slows pain signals sent to your nerves. Furthermore, cold temperatures cause nerve cells to constrict and the flow of blood is reduced, ultimately resulting in moderated pain.
Inflammation after experiencing an injury is common due to a natural increase in the number of white blood cells. When an injured area is exposed to extreme cold, anti-inflammatory norepinephrine is triggered and reduces the presence of swelling.
Better Mood and Sleep
Exposure to cold temperatures naturally increases endorphins in the body, resulting in a mood boost and better sleep. Quality rest both helps deal with pain and has a positive impact on overall mood and wellness.
Cryotherapy is also well known for sharing additional benefits, such as:
- Reducing migraine symptoms
- Boosting metabolism
- Reducing anxiety
- Increasing mental clarity
- Strengthening the immune system
Cold therapy is a safe and effective means of reducing pain and inflammation, making it a great alternative to prescription pain and sleep medication.
Who Is Cold Therapy For?
Cold therapy treatments are most commonly used among athletes, post-operative patients and people experiencing conditions associated with chronic pain, such as arthritis.
Although, cold therapy can benefit anyone who seeks a natural, non-invasive method to experience increased wellness. Cold therapy does not require a prescription and is a safe treatment to manage pain, reduce inflammation and boost overall wellbeing.
The Aircast CryoCuff
The Aircast CryoCuff is a simple, efficient healing method for receiving benefits of both cold and compression therapy.
With its simple, affordable design for maximum versatility, the Aircast CryoCuff can be used comfortably in your home, at the clinic or on the sidelines of a soccer game.
This system delivers consistent cold through the use of a cryocuff, a type of cold compress that wraps around swollen or painful areas of the body. These wraps are designed to deliver comfortable cold and compression to your:
Regardless of where you’re experiencing pain and inflammation, the AirCraft CryoCuff provides convenient comfort and aids in accelerating your healing process.
How To Use the Cryo Cuff
Due to its intentionally versatile design, the Aircraft CryCuff Cold Therapy unit is simple and effective to use.
Prepare The Cooler
Prepare for use by connecting the blue tube to your cooler. Fill your cooler with water up to the line inside and then add ice. Lay the insulation disk on top of the ice and secure the cooler's lid. Allow to sit for 5 minutes and shake occasionally to encourage chilled water.
Apply Empty CryoCuff
Next, lay an empty cryocuff over your injured area and secure it with both top and bottom straps. The cryocuff should feel snug, but not tight.
Fill and Pressurize CryoCuff
Next, connect the tube to the cuff and open the air vent on the cooler lid. Raise the cooler no more than 15 inches above the cryocuff to fill for about 30 seconds, until the cryocuff is full. The cuff will increase in volume and weight.
Lastly, close the air vent on the cooler lid and disconnect the cooler from the cryocuff if not using the Aircast AutoChill System.
Features & Benefits
The AirCraft CryoCuff IC Cooler features benefits that maximize user safety and ease to encourage a comfortable healing process.
Intermittent Cold and Compression
The combination of cold and compression therapy is clinically proven to provide pain relief, reduce inflammation and help patients regain full mobility.
Integrated Pneumatic Pump
This unit’s integrated pneumatic pump attaches within the cooler lid to help provide automated cold and compression therapy.
Gravity and Motorized Options
The Aircraft CryoCuff utilizes both gravity and motorized cold compression to offer versatile healing options for users.
Flexible, Durable and Mobile Healing
This unit features a quiet motor, insulated cuff and quick disconnection from cryocuffs to provide safe and simple use to patients.
Start Healing Today
With the help of Aircast CryoCuff cold therapy, managing pain and inflammation is easy. Take your healing journey to the next level and enjoy the wellness benefits that cold therapy has to offer.
Visit OrthoBracing today for access to high quality healing tools and learn more about how you can regain pain-free mobility with cold therapy and compression.
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