FreezeAid™ is most effective in the first 20 minutes of use when the formulation will reduce the temperature of the injury to approximately 15° and maintain the temperature for up to 2 hours.
Each box contains 3 pre-soaked bandages allowing the athlete to repeat the healing process as required.
- Step 1: Remove bandage from the canister.
- Step 2: Remove all outer packaging.
- Step 3: Squeeze off any excess liquid.
- Step 4: Wrap the bandage uniformly around the affected area overlapping itself no more than 3 times.
- Step 5: Secure the bandage in place using Velcro straps
You overextend your hamstring while running. You twist your ankle on the pitch. You get a bang or a knock and its swollen! Acute inflammation is easy to recognise but often goes untreated. The longer the area is inflamed, the bigger the potential of a recurring injury and ongoing problems! FreezeAid reduces inflammation the second it is applied and guarantees you’ll be back to your best quicker than ever!
- Effective cold therapy
- Pain Relief in seconds
- Cools for hours
- No refrigeration required
- Simple to use
FreezeAid™ innovation is based on extracting heat from the affected area rather than pushing cold into the trauma through the placement of ice packs etc. This results in a uniform medical method of cooling from the inside out.
- Rest – means not moving the body part in a painful way. Movement is good and can increase healing, but it should be pain-free at this stage. Once the area is wrapped up leave it rest!
- Ice – apply FreezeAid A.S.A.P! The quicker you can extract heat out of the injury the more effective it is. Do not use heat for the first 72 hours; heat will increase the swelling.
- Compression – with our extremely high-quality bandage, it will supply enough compression when wrapped around the affected area. See instructions tab for instructions.
- Elevation – or resting with the injury above heart level, to encourage swelling to return towards the body, instead of collecting in the extremities where it is difficult to get rid of.
Ice – Disadvantages:
- Ice can lead to burns on the skin
- Ice requires a secondary bandage to keep in place
- Ice packs are not uniform in shape or size
- Ice requires refrigeration
- Ice is less portable
- Ice can mask the injury through numbness
- Icing can only be performed in recurring bouts, involving a rest period between bouts, therefore losing precious recovery time
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