3 Proven Cold Water Therapy Techniques to Reduce Knee Swelling

By Game Ready | Aug 26, 2014

The muscles and joints in your lower extremities are important for daily living, but many people take this for granted until they experience pain or swelling. A swollen knee is not only uncomfortable, it can also prevent you from going up and down stairs and limit your desire or ability to walk. This can be very disruptive to daily life and should be addressed as soon as possible to help prevent further damage and allow you to quickly get back to normal. Knee swelling can be caused by a range of factors including:

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Three Types of Injuries Cold Compression Wraps Effectively Treat

By Kelly Hansen | May 06, 2013

Cold compression therapy is commonly used for several different applications. Any injury that results in pain and inflammation can benefit from the combination of cold and compression to help reduce swelling and speed up the healing process. 

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5 Ways to Accelerate Amputation Rehabilitation With Active Cold Compression

By Kelly Hansen | Mar 11, 2013

If you’re one of the two million people in the U.S. living with the loss of a limb, you know how important physical rehabilitation is for those seeking to recover after an amputation. Therapy helps amputees learn how to adjust and recover as much of their functional life as possible. The good news is that surgical techniques, rehabilitation methods and prosthetic designs have improved greatly, and so most amputees are able to function at high levels.

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