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Large Shoulder Wrap With ICE Pack
Large Shoulder Wrap With ICE Pack | Ice Down

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WRAP 24" X 8.5" STRAP 2" X 17" and FLEXIBLE-ICE Packs:8 X 23
The Large shoulder wrap is best for individuals below 5'6" in height with a chest size below 38".
(Fits right or left shoulder)

Product Code 2003
Price: $46.95

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ICE Down Information ICE Down Features


I.C.E. DOWN is commonly utilized for the management of cervical thoracic and lumbar strain, knee and ankle sprains, and various contusions, disorders of the elbow (including lateral epicondylitis) and shoulder tendonitis. It is also very useful for icing in the postoperative state.

An added advantage of I.C.E. DOWN for back treatment is it acts as a lumbar support. The Flexible-Ice cold pack acts as a cushion providing extra lumbar support while sitting or lying down.

The I.C.E. DOWN neoprene wrap may be applied securely enough to an arm or leg to hold the Flexible-Ice cold pack in place while a patient performs prescribed rehabilitation exercises or cryokinetics.

When stored properly the cold pack and neoprene wrap will last through continuous use for years. This translates into significant value for cost-in-use.

I.C.E. DOWN is a High Quality Health Care Product made of the best material available. It will last through repeated daily use and is the only medical product of its kind that offers a 1-Year Warranty.

Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
4 of 5 Works well. January 7, 2020
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from IL United States  
Overall, this is a well-made cool pack and neoprene sleeve with straps that secure well. I’m 5’4” and got the Large. The cold penetrates deeply. The main issue I have is that gravity pushes down the gel that covers the top of your shoulder toward the ends of the neoprene case that hang over your chest and shoulder blades. The result is that the gel layer is “thinner” on top. Having more “seams” in the gel packs would maybe fix this. The other thing is that the enclosed instructions show to wrap the extender straps from the front to the back. Well, if you have a shoulder injury it can be difficult to reach behind to fasten it unless you have a helper. I reversed the instructions and fastened it from back to front.

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