Aircast Paediatric Cold Therapy Ankle Cryo Cuff
Seeing your child suffer through an ankle injury can be difficult. When coupled with either the Aircast Cold Therapy Cryo/Cuff Gravity Cooler Unit or the Aircast Cryo Cuff Automatic Cold Therapy IC Cooler, the Aircast Paediatric Cold Therapy Ankle Cryo Cuff helps treat ankle injuries in children (aged from one to seven years old) with cold therapy. Using a combination of controlled cold therapy and compression, the cuff minimises haemarthrosis, swelling and pain.
Who Can Make Gains with the Paediatric Ankle Cryo Cuff?
Children tend to be susceptible to injuries, particularly if they lead an active lifestyle and enjoy partaking in sports. The Aircast Cold Therapy Ankle Cuff is constructed to provide targeted cold therapy and compression to your child's ankle. This helps reduce discomfort and swelling in the area so they can make a full recovery and get back on their feet in no time.
If your child also suffers from muscular pain after exercising, this Cold Therapy Ankle Cryo Cuff can work wonders in helping them rest and recover before their next session. The support can be detached easily from the cooler unit, allowing your child to relax in comfort.
Key Features and Benefits
- Suitable for use with either the Gravity Cooler or IC Cooler
- Designed for children from one to seven years of age
- Helps treat discomfort and swelling in the ankle
- Provides soothing and controlled cold therapy to improve outcome
- Compresses the area to stabilise the joint
- Anatomical in design for an improved fit
- Simple to apply and remove when necessary
- May be detached from cooler for mobility without interrupting treatment
The Aircast Paediatric Ankle Cuff is designed in a universal size to fit most children between the ages of one and seven. The cuff is anatomical and adjustable to provide maximum coverage in the affected area. This helps ensure the support is as effective as possible.
When used alongside one of the Aircast coolers, the Aircast Paediatric Ankle Cuff compresses the area to reduce pain. As the cuff is anatomical in design, it completely covers the affected area so your child gets treatment where they need it most.