O2 Cold Therapy Shoulder Brace with Ice Pack and Air Compression Wrap, Universal
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- Pump up with AIR and compress the cold to alleviate pain faster
- Removable Gel Liner for cooling in Fridge
- Drip free fabric to allow breathing
- Easily worn over clothing without ruining them in all emergencies
- Can be used for sprains, sports injuries, rehab, arthritis, and muscle tensions / fatigues
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The ultimate ice pack for icing down any kind of shoulder injury! The patented design of the gel pack with the air pump and compressed air allows for the gel pack to conform to your shoulder in a very comfortable and supportive fashion. With the gel packs removable to place in a fridge or freezer and the air pump removable as well. this is the perfect product to fit into your luggage or sports bag!
Cold is generally applied to acute injuries immediately after trauma, as cold therapy constricts blood vessels to reduce the swelling, block pain, and promote healing. This product is best for sprains, sports injuries, rehab, arthritis, and muscle tensions / fatigues. Compression is also important in the immediate treatment of acute injuries.
Pump up with AIR and compress the cold to alleviate pain faster
O2 Cold and Compression Shoulder Wrap contains Air tube, Bulb for pumping, Ice pack, Shoulder Wrap & Shoulder Strap
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Legal DisclaimerNo products are intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent an injury or disease. Cold therapy should be used based on a doctors recommendations and direction.
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I had asked about coverage and was assured by other reviewers that it did indeed cover the top of the shoulder. Unfortunately, it does not. While I can get good coverage on the front and back of the shoulder, this product does not cover the surface area of the top of the shoulder (the AC joint area). Because the product folds at the top, this causes the product to "tent" up, providing minimal to no contact for people seeking AC treatment.
In addition, the product warms up too fast. After about 20 minutes the temperature is too warm for any effective treatment.
Compression is fair on front and back of shoulder, again because it does not touch the top of the shoulder there is no compression for this area. Valve to release air is spotty, sometimes air releases sometimes it does not.
Putting the product on is doable by yourself, but having additional help provides a better fit.
Ill most likely continue use, but seek another product that provides better coverage.
When I first unpacked it I thought the directions were a little skimpy..for me..They're literally very small..don't lose the little red card. To me..its not an intuitive type assembly. There's a few belts and things and it took a little time for me to figure it all. Now its a slam dunk, and easy in every way. IMO its very well made and of high quality. I recommend it.
This sling does a fantastic job. It's solidly built, with big hard plastic hardware; thick, wide straps; and tenacious velcro. And the chill pack is well constructed, too, with good velcro to keep it fixed to the inside of the sling.
Although it works best with the included chill pack, I have also had perfectly acceptable results putting the sling on my arm, sliding a couple of rectangular gel packs I already had down into the sling, snugging the thing up on my shoulder and inflating the bladder. It's the bladder that really makes this thing great: the chill pack is not simply being held near the skin; it's being pushed ONTO the skin. The heat transfer is much more efficient this way.
I would definitely recommend setting the arm straps ONCE, at a circumference that will slide onto the arm but will snug up once the bladder is inflated. If you try to reapply the straps every time you put the thing on your arm, I think it will tend to get frustrating, trying to keep the sling in position while trying to get the velcro right. The arm straps should definitely be treated as a "set it and forget it" kind of thing.
I wish there were some clip somewhere on the sling where I could hang the bulb once I'm done inflating. Having the bulb swinging around in front of me is less than ideal. But it's not enough to detract from the overall usefulness of this product.