Pains and injuries are quite usual but will most likely have a long time effect if not given attention. They may come as a result of an everyday workout or sporting activities and can happen in any area of the body. We shall consider how AirCast Cryo Cuff treats pains and reduces swelling with cold therapy based on the anatomical location of the application.
Before anything, let’s find out what we mean by a Cryo Cuff.
What is the Cryo Cuff?
Just like a cuff in a blood pressure meter, a cryo cuff is a cold compress type cuff.
It is generally used after surgery, after physical therapy sessions, or following an injury.
Aircast Cryo/cuff comes in different cuff supports to anatomically deliver effective cold therapy to different areas of the body. And, the cooler unit comes with the cuff is compatible with these supports.
Let me explain better about the cooler unit.
AirCast Cooler Unit
The Aircast cold therapy cryo/cuff cooler unit uses Arctic flow wrap and cold therapy Cryo Cuff systems to provide compression and cold therapy to a particular part of the body to reduce swelling and discomfort.
This unit is designed to assist with long-term injuries.
This gravity cooler can hold enough ice and water required for up to 6 to 8 hours sessions of cryotherapy, and it is also compatible with all Arctic flow and cryo/cuff pads. The gravity cooler involves tube assembly, an insulation disk, and plastic fittings.
It is also perfect in reducing hemarthrosis, managing pain as well, trauma, post-operation recovery, sports injuries, and rehabilitation.
Features of Aircast Cold Therapy Cryo/Cuff Cooler Unit
- A diverse approach to cold therapy.
- It combines both focal and cold compression.
- Easy to use
- Can hold ice and cold water for up to 6 to 8-hour sessions of cryotherapy.
- It includes an insulation disk and tube assembly.
- It delivers the cold water to a specific anatomically cuff (they are discussed below).
The Benefits of Cold Therapy
The cold therapy cryo/cuff unit delivers up to eight hours sessions of cryotherapy to your targeted part of the body. This specific therapy is known to reduce inflammation and discomfort while also promoting the circulation of blood in that area.
This is so helpful, especially if you have gone through surgery, or you have suffered an injury and desire some workable pain relief without using any painkiller.
The cryo/cuff cooler is to be attached to several other cryo/cuff supports. This cooler unit supplies these supports with cold water to deliver specific cold treatment that assists in reducing compression and discomfort.
- Aircast knee cryo cuff.
- Ankle cold therapy cryo cuff.
- Back/hip/rib cryo cuff.
- Calf cryo cuff.
- Elbow cryo cuff.
- Foot cold therapy cryo cuff.
- Hand and wrist cryo cuff.
- Pediatric knee/elbow cryo cuff.
- Shoulder Cryo cuff.
- Thigh cryo cuff.
- This unit can be too cold to cause severe damage.
- Users should carefully read to comprehend all the guidelines and warnings for use before applying this device.
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Now let’s review each cryo cuff attachment.
The AirCast knee Cuff
The Aircast knee cryo/cuff is designed to anatomically fit the knee completely in order to deliver maximum cryotherapy.
This is a device built to help relieve trauma, rehabilitation, sports, injuries, and post-operation recovery.
It uses the healing benefits of compression to reduce edema, hematoma, while the anatomical shape completely covers the targeted areas to ensure maximum and adequate healing.
How Aircast Knee Cryo/Cuff Works?
The Aircast knee cryo/cuff alongside the cooler unit delivers the cold water to supply cold therapy for treating the injury. The model is specifically for the knee. It does supply the perfect choice in ice and compression treatment.
The Aircast knee cryo/cuff alongside the cooler unit uses the combination of the healing benefits of cold therapy and compression therapy to reduce swelling and bleeding in the knee and to relieve pain.
It is designed in a way to anatomically fit the knee completely to provide maximum benefits.
All you have to do is to fill the cooler unit with water and ice, keep it in a place high above the knee level. Then the gravity will force the cold water to run through the knee cuff.
Universal fit permits this device to be worn on both the right and left leg.
Features of Aircast Knee Cryo/Cuff
- Perfect for post-operation recovery and injuries.
- Knee wrap that delivers up to eight hours of cold treatment.
- It helps reduce pain and swelling.
- Safe to use.
- Easy to use.
- Can be worn safely on both the right knee and left knee.
- Anatomically designed.
- An ideal option for ice and compression treatment.
- Compatible with both Aircast cryo/cuff IC cooler
and Aircast cryo/cuff gravity cooler.
Who Can Use an AirCast Knee Cryo/Cuff?
This Aircast knee cryo/cuff is highly universal. It is designed to provide maximum safety to users.
It is used to relieve pain and reduce swelling, but people with these conditions often use it most frequently.
- Post-operation recovery.
- Sports injuries.
The Aircast knee cryo/cuff comes in three different sizes;
- medium, and
To ensure maximum benefits, use the Aircast knee cryo/cuff alongside the gravity cooler. It will provide you with the full benefits of cold and compression therapy.
Aircast Ankle Cryo/cuff
Aircast ankle cryo/cuff provides the ankle with localized cold compression. This assists in reducing pain and minimize swelling of the ankle.
This device is also designed anatomically to effectively cover the targeted areas and ensure that the whole ankle maximumly benefits from the cold therapy.
How Aircast Ankle Cryo/cuff Works?
The Aircast Ankle Cryo/cuff alongside the cooler unit circulates cold water to deliver cold therapy in injury treatment.
This model is specifically for the ankle, and it supplies the perfect choice for ice and compression treatment.
It uses the combination of healing benefits and compression and cold to reduce swelling and bleeding in the ankle and to relieve pain.
This cuff is designed anatomically to fit the ankle cuff completely and to provide maximum benefits. The cooler unit supplies the ankle cuff with cold water with the help of gravity which provides the user with cold treatment.
The ankle cuff is a universal fit and permits users to wear it on both the right and left leg.
Features of Aircast Ankle Cryo/Cuff
- Helps to reduce discomfort and swelling.
- Provide the ankle with cold compression.
- Designed anatomically to cover the targeted area completely.
- It provides controlled compression for the user’s comfort.
- Easy to use.
- Includes insulation disk and tube assembly.
- Provide targeted cold treatment and compression to the ankle.
- Delivers up to 8 hours of a cryotherapy session.
- Universally fits both legs.
- Universally fits most users.
- Compatible with both gravity cooler unit and Ankle cryo/cuff.
How to Set Up Aircast Cryo Cuff Gravity?
See the video below.
Who Can Use Aircast Ankle Cryo/cuff?
Many known athletes make use of this product after ankle surgery and ankle injuries. Anybody who has suffered ankle injury can also benefit from using this device.
It can be used at home to treat all ankle injuries like;
- sprained ankle,
- ankle arthritis,
- dislocated ankle,
- talar dome lesions,
- avulsion fractures,
- osteochondral lesions,
- after ankle surgery, and
- ankle arthroscopy.
The ankle cryo/cuff comes in only one size (adult size) but has adjusted straps to allow users to tailor the brace as they desire. It also allows users to move around while putting it on.
Aircast Shoulder Cryo/cuff
Aircast shoulder cry/cuff is designed to compress and provide up to 8 hours sessions of cold therapy to the shoulder. The support is designed anatomically to cover the targeted area completely for a perfect and adequate result. It uses the combination of healing benefits of compression and cold to relieve edema, hemarthrosis, hematoma, pain, and swelling.
How Aircast Shoulder Cryo/cuff Works?
The Aircast shoulder cryo/cuff coupled with the cooler unit works to reduce the shoulder swelling and pain.
Fill the cooler unit with water and ice (the cooler unit can contain up to 3.5 liters of ice and water, which is sufficient enough for up to 8 hours of cold treatment).
The cooler is connected to the shoulder cuff, which fits snugly on the shoulder joint. Lift the cooler unit in a position that is higher than the shoulder height. Then the gravity will force the cold water to run through the shoulder cuff to deliver compression and cold treatment.
Aircast shoulder cuff is designed to universally fit both the left and right shoulder.
Features of Aircast Shoulder Cryo/cuff
- Helps to reduce not only the pain, but also any swelling.
- Designed anatomically to cover the targeted area completely.
- Allows the user to move around with the cuff on place unhindered by the cooler unit.
- The extra-large strap provides expanded coverage.
- Delivers up to 8 hours sessions of cold treatment to the shoulder.
- Targets and localizes the shoulder to relieve edema and discomfort.
- Uses a common gravity-fed system for shoulder treatment.
- Perfect for many shoulder conditions, including sports injuries.
Who Can Use Aircast Shoulder Cryo/cuff?
Aircast shoulder cuff provides controlled compression and cold treatment to the shoulder to reduce pain and swelling. Therefore, it can also be used to treat other conditions such as
- post-operative surgery,
- sports injuries,
- shoulder sprain,
- rotator cuff injury,
- shoulder bursitis,
- dislocated shoulder,
- broken caller bone,
- a shoulder separation, and
- shoulder tendonitis.
The shoulder cuff comes in three different sizes (small, standard, and standard with extra strap) and fits most users.
Aircast Hand and Wrist Cryo/cuff
The Aircast hand and wrist cuff is designed to target the hand and wrist to deliver compression and cold treatment to the area.
The versatile cuff design allows the user to reposition it for needed hand coverage which reduces curb pain and swelling.
The aluminum support bars that are added in the cuff for extra support, but they can be removed if the users desire a wider motion range. It helps reduce discomfort and to get the user’s hands restored to its original level of functioning.
How AirCast Hand and Wrist Cryo/cuff Works?
The Aircast hand and wrist cuff device is used to circulate cold water to the hand to provide cryotherapy in injury treatment.
The model is designed specifically for the hand and wrist and delivers the very best choice in compression and ice treatment.
This device uses the combination of healing benefits of compression and cold to reduce swelling, bleeding, and pain in hand.
The cuff is designed anatomically to fit the hand and to provide maximum benefits.
The cooler unit supplies cold water to the cuff with the help of gravity to deliver cold and compression therapy.
Features of Aircast Hand and Wrist Cryo/cuff
- Helps alleviate pains and minimize swelling.
- Provide the hand and wrist with cold compression.
- Designed anatomically for maximum benefits.
- Provides controlled compression for user comfort.
- Uses motorized and gravity therapy for maximum flexibility.
- Easy to use.
- Delivers up to 8 hours sessions of cold therapy.
- Compatible with IC cooler, Hand, and wrist cuff.
Who Can Use an Aircast Hand Wrist Cryo/cuff?
Many well-known athletes have used this product after hand surgery or hand and wrist injuries. Anybody who suffered a hand injury can benefit from using this device as well.
It can be used to treat all hand injuries like
- sprained wrist,
- hand and wrist arthritis,
- dislocated wrist,
- broken wrist,
- broken hand,
- carpal tunnel syndrome, and
- many more.
The Aircast hand and wrist cryo/cuff come in one adjustable size to accommodate most users. Designed with adjustable straps, users can adjust the wrap to fit most edema and swelling in the area.
Aircast Back Hip and Rib Cryo/cuff
Aircast Back, Hip, and Rib Cryo/cuff uses the combination of healing benefits of both compression and controlled cold therapy to minimize swelling and haemarthrosis and at the same time reduces the amount of discomfort.
This cuff design is versatile as it allows users to use it on the back, rib, or hip area.
It is designed anatomically to perfectly cover the targeted area for ideal and maximum results. It helps to reduce pain, swelling, hemarthrosis, hematoma, and edema.
How Aircast Back, Hip, and Rib Cryo/cuff Works?
The air cast back, Hip, and rib cryo/cuff circulate cold water to the back, hip, and ribs to deliver cold treatment.
This model is a versatile design and can be used for the back, hip, and ribs area as well.
The cuff uses a gravity-fed system to deliver cold and compression therapy. The support is perfect to help the user restore his back to more normal activity levels.
Features of Aircast Back, Hip and Rib Cryo/cuff
- It is designed to treat pain and minimize swelling.
- It provides compression and cold therapy to the back.
- Designed anatomically to maximize cold therapy on the back area.
- Cooler is motorized and uses gravity for automated healing.
- Easy to use.
- Delivers aimed cold therapy and compression to the back.
- Delivers up to eight hours sessions of cryotherapy.
Who Can Use Aircast Back, Hip, and Rib Cryo/cuff?
Aircast back, hip, and rib cryo/cuff is designed to deliver specific cold therapy, which helps to reduce post-workout pain, aches and sports injuries as well.
This makes it an ideal product for relaxation and recovery, whether at home or in a public training room. It allows users to wear it in several locations across the torso, but it is perfect to wear over the hips, ribs, or waist.
The back cuff comes in one universal size that fits most users.
How to Set Up Aircasr Cryo Cuff IC?
See the below video.
Warning and instruction
Cold therapy must not be used by individuals with diabetes, cold-hypersensitivity, Raynauds or other related vasospastic condition, or compromised local circulation.
It is necessary to speak with your health care provider before using cryotherapy.
Aircast cryo cuff is the best possible product to help you provide cold therapy to the shoulder, back hip, ankle, and wrist to stop the pain, bleeding, and swelling.
It is also found to be effective for some other conditions such as generate haemarthrosis, post-injury swelling, post-surgical swelling, inflammation, trauma, rehabilitation, and sports injuries, and they are anatomically designed to be used on several other parts of the body. Remember to consult your medical practitioner before use though.