Aircast Cryo Cuff IC Cold Therapy Cooler with Optional Pads

Combines the cold therapy of the gravity fed cooler with focused compression – FREE SHIPPING TO MOST PARTS OF CANADA.



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The Cryo/Cuff IC combines focused compression with cold therapy to provide optimal control of swelling to minimize hemarthrosis, edema and pain. Simplicity of design and ease of operation makes it ideal for post-operative recovery, trauma, athletic training and home use.

The Cryo/Cuff IC Cooler version comes with a pump and lid.

Product Features and Benefits:

* Focused compression – The Aircast Cryo/Cuffs are anatomically designed to provide specific compression to prevent swelling and reduce pain
* Clinical Studies – Proves that cold and compression is effective in reducing post-operative swelling and regaining ROM
* 30 second on/off cycle – Provides automatic intermittent compression in addition to cold therapy
* Easy to use – Plug it in to start the treatment


The Cryo/Cuff IC Cold Therapy System provides intermittent compression to minimize hemarthrosis, swelling, and pain.


NOTE: When measuring for Foot Cuff – Medium (Foot circumference 9-13") or Large (Foot circumference 10-17")

NOTE: When measuring for Knee Cuff – 15 cm (6") above the patella – Medium (18"-23" (46-58 cm)) or Large (20"-31" (51-79 cm))

"The Cryo Cuff was a life saver! The pain for 2 1/2 weeks after the surgery was much worse than expected and keeping the knee cold really helped the painkillers keep the pain somewhat tolerable.
Luckily I was not prone to a great deal of swelling, but what little I had was minimized by the Cryo Cuff. I highly recommend the Cryo Cuff with the pump… it works perfectly and keeps the water super cold. Believe me…. you are in no shape or state of mind to be lifting and lowering the cooler. I am 8 weeks post surgery and walking around pretty good, however, I still get some swelling from walking and standing on the knee; I still use the Cryo Cuff to "Ice the Knee" and the swelling and soreness is gone after 15 minutes."
Dave Buckell, 2Care4 Medical Website Client.