The ColdCuff is a sling designed by Physical Therapists to hold a standard sized cold pack commonly found in the rehab clinic to the users painful shoulder. The ColdCuff easily adjusts for all body types, provides mild compression, is easily used independently by post operative patients, and provides secure attachment so the user can continue light activities while icing their shoulder.
Anyone with shoulder symptoms related to inflammation or a recent surgery.
Physical Therapy clinics, Athletic Training Rooms, and other medical or rehabiliation facilities will enjoy that the ColdCuff uses cold packs you already own making icing the shoulder of your patients or team very easy!
Used easily with Interferential Current or other electrical stimulation modalities in the clinic for shoulder pain.
Youth baseball, softball, tennis, and volleyball teams use the ColdCuff after games and practices to ice their shoulders!
"Finally! An easy way to secure cold packs to our patients. Easy to use with ESTM and the patients love them!" Clint Harris, PT
"Our patients love them! When we have multiple patients they end up fighting over who gets to use it!" Adam Reinecker, PT
"After my rotator cuff surgery I had to return the large icing system that I had rented, but I was still in need of a way to easily ice my shoulder. After my first therapy session the therapist used a ColdCuff and it was great! I wish I would have saved the $120 in rental fees and just bought one right after surgery. Best of all I could use it myself when I was still in my sling!" Rotator Cuff Tear Patient
"What a great idea, they’re easy to use and patients seem to really love them. Best of all, the patient can read or even move around with it on. Some even sit on the bike with it on!" Jeff, Physical Therapy Aide
"I love it! I can walk around the house, do laundry, fix lunch, and even take the trash out! It's great!" Rotator Cuff Post Operative Patient
If you are experiencing shoulder pain you may have the following problem:
Approximately 20 million Americans suffer from shoulder pain. The pain affects your work and your ability to get a good night's sleep. This pain may be caused by rotator cuff tendonitis, rotator cuff tear, rotator cuff surgery, capsular instability, tearing of shoulder tendons or ligaments, and shoulder overuse. Due to the small space in the shoulder, the associated inflammation will increase your symptoms. This is why a shoulder icing program is very important to follow on your road to recovery. The ColdCuff can help you mannage these symptoms with cold pack therapy while you complete other medical treatment as needed.
Shoulder cold pack therapy protocol using the ColdCuff: 2-3x/day for 15-20min. Never place ice directly on skin to prevent ice burn.
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