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Shoulder CryoCuff by Aircast
Shoulder CryoCuff by Aircast

Shoulder CryoCuff by Aircast

Item Number: AC-12AXL01
$95.99
Regular Price: $105.00
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The cooler will need to purchased to utilize this shoulder cuff (so if you don't have one - please choose option with cooler)

The Shoulder Cryo/Cuff utilizes a cuff fitted specifically for the shoulder for compression with the flow of cold therapy to lessen the effects of swelling in the affected area. The Shoulder Cryo/Cuff can help to reduce swelling caused from hemarthrosis, edema, and pain associated with post-operative recovery, athletic injury, and trauma.

The Shoulder Cryo/Cuff provides benefits such as:

  • Proven combination of cold therapy and compression to reduce swelling

  • Cuffs designed specifically for the shoulder, with the option of an extra long strap for use with larger chest circumfrances, to provide specific benefits for compression and relieving pain for the affected area

  • Fitted to use with the Cryo/Cuff Cooler for consistent cold therapy
  • Size: Measure the circumference around the Chest

    Regular Shoulder Cryo/Cuff 32 48 in
    X-Large Shoulder Cryo/Cuff with Extra Long Strap 42 54 in


    3 Questions & 1 Answer
    from warsaw in asked:
    July 16, 2013
    does the cooler have a motorized lid??

    from 112 Nobles Terrace, Palatka, FL 332177 asked:
    November 25, 2012
    What is the total cost for what is pictured above--including shipping costs if applicable? What will it cost me to get same day delivery?

    from Georgia asked:
    November 4, 2012
    what is the ac unit voltage requirement.
    1
    This does not use electricity. It is uses a gravity fed cooler.
    Submitted by: November 5, 2012