Why are you sitting on the couch? Maybe you sprained your ankle when you took a tumble down the ski slope. Maybe you overstretched your knee ligament during a rowdy basketball game with buddies. Or, possibly you’re recovering from surgery to repair a torn shoulder rotator cuff caused by your physically-demanding job. Whatever the cause of your injury, it’s important to use all the tools available today to help with the healing process.
An anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury is no laughing matter, but sadly, it’s a pretty common injury that often requires reconstructive surgery. Once you’re out of surgery, you want to get your life back as fast as possible. To do that, you need the best possible rehabilitation program. In the past, lumpy, inconvenient ice packs were the only cold treatment available post-operatively to help you deal with the pain and swelling. Happily, there’s a now better solution for managing your ACL surgery recovery. It combines cryotherapy (i.e. cold therapy) with intermittent compression in a NASA-inspired spacesuit design to deliver intermittent pneumatic compression (IPC) and adjustable cold therapy. It’s a convenient, portable and easy-to-use system used by many professional athletes to help them get back to work faster. Use it and you’ll discover that it accelerates your ACL surgery recovery in five key ways: