Cold Compression (Game Ready)

Cold compression is a combination of cold therapy and static compression, which is commonly used for the treatment of pain and inflammation after acute injury or surgical procedures. It lowers the temperature of the injured tissue, which reduces the tissue’s metabolic rate and helps the tissue to survive the period following the injury. Compression increases external pressure on the tissue to prevent edema formation by hindering fluid loss from the vessels in the injured area, making it more difficult for fluids to accumulate. Tissue using both technologies reaches its lowest temperature faster and the tissue maintains its cool even after treatment ends.