XLarge Shoulder Cold Therapy Wrap with Cold Pack
Large Cold Therapy Wrap with Cold Pack-Back and Knee
XLarge Cold Therapy Wrap with Cold Pack-Back and Knee
XLarge Cold Therapy Wrap with Extender and Cold Pack-BACK
Cold Therapy Ice Wraps
I.C.E. DOWN cold therapy ice wraps are used to treat pain and facilitate healing after an injury or surgery, to treat chronic pain, and to relieve migraine headaches. I.C.E. DOWN ice wraps are durable and stay securely in place so you can wear them while you rest or while performing rehabilitative exercises, called cryokinetics.
I.C.E. DOWN is a state-of-the-art cold therapy system designed to deliver cold and compression in the simplest and most convenient manner possible. It can be used at home by anyone, and is also a high quality medical product used in healthcare settings.
Our Migraine Cold Therapy Wrap can give you relief from migraine and tension headaches without the use of drugs. I.C.E. DOWN can reduce muscle spasms in the neck which lead to headaches as well as treating neck injuries and chronic neck pain.
When used for back pain, the flexible-ice cold pack in I.C.E. DOWN ice wraps have the added advantage of providing cushioning and extra lumbar support while sitting or lying down. I.C.E Down is used to treat acute and chronic back pain, lower back pain, and sciatica.
The cold packs used in I.C.E. DOWN ice wraps contain our unique gel formula which forms ice while remaining flexible and easily molds to any area of the body. The gel is nontoxic, non-caustic, non-staining and completely safe. It stays cold longer than other gels, provides a quick response, deep penetration and has a short freezer recharge time.
The I.C.E. DOWN neoprene wraps are designed to fit specific areas of the body, so you get proper coverage and compression. The neoprene keeps the cold therapy wraps colder longer than many other products. I.C.E. DOWN is excellent for treating knee sprains, ankle sprains, tennis elbow, shoulder tendonitis, foot pain, and bruises. It can be used to reduce pain, bruising, and swelling after surgery, minimizing recovery time.[+] more
I commonly utilize I.C.E. DOWN for the management of cervical thoracic and lumbar strain, knee and ankle sprains, various contusions, disorders of the elbow (including lateral epicondylitis and shoulder tendonitis. My patients have found that using I.C.E. DOWN is much easier than using bags of ice or other modalities.While various members of my family and me have personally benefited from the use of I.C.E. DOWN, I have had numerous patients present in follow-up with favorable comments regarding the I.C.E. DOWN they received. I will note that these statements have never been solicited. In effect, many patients have volunteered the following: The I.C.E. Down was great.
Brad Bower, M.D.