Aircast Hand/Wrist Cold Therapy Cryo/Cuff
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Aircast Hand/Wrist Cold Therapy Cryo/Cuff

  • Combines compression therapy with cold to treat hand and wrist related injuries
  • For people wanting to relieve pain and swelling for hand or wrist injury
  • Anatomically designed to cover whole treatment area
  • Detachable cooler to aid independent treatment 

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£59.99(Inc. 20% VAT)
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Aircast Hand/Wrist Cold Therapy Cryo/Cuff

Sustaining an injury to the hand or wrist can be a real pain both physically and practically, but often, all your injury needs is cold compression to help ease symptoms like pain and swelling. That's why the Aircast Hand/Wrist Cold Therapy Cryo/Cuff has been specially designed to help treat hand and wrist injuries and to provide relief from pain and discomfort throughout your recovery. 

Please note that, in order to use this product, you must also purchase the Aircast Cold Therapy Cooler. For more information about which cooler to buy, please see 'Which Cooler Unit Should I Choose?'.

Who Can Use the Cryo/Cuff?

The Hand/Wrist Cold Therapy Cryo/Cuff can be used by people to treat a number of hand and wrist related injuries. These include: 

  • Wrist sprain 
  • Hand sprain
  • Tendonitis 
  • Hand fractures 
  • Wrist fractures 

Does the Cuff Cover the Whole Hand and Wrist?

Yes, the cuff is specially designed to provide coverage for the entire affected area. 

What Size Cuff Should I Choose?

The cuff is available in a universal size that should fit most adults. This universal size measures twelve inches long and has a circumference of twelve inches. 

Can I Use the Cuff on Both Hands/Wrists?

Yes, the cuff can be used on either the left or right hand and wrist. 

What Are the Benefits of Using Cryotherapy? 

There are a number of benefits to using cold therapy as a form of treatment. These include: 

  • Quicker healing times 
  • Reduced inflammation 
  • Increased joint mobility 
  • Better circulation in affected area 
  • Immediate relief against pain and swelling 

Which Unit Cooler Should I Choose?

The Aircast Cryo Cuff system can be used with either one of two cooler units depending on your needs. Both cooler units offer six to eight hours of gravity-fed compression therapy, but differ in the amount of compression therapy they can provide. The two cooler units are:

How Do I Use the Cuff? 

For a step-by-step guide on how to use the cuff, please follow the instructions below: 

Step One: Prepare the Cooler

Before you can start treatment, you must begin by setting up the cooler. Start by connecting the blue tube to the cooler. Fill the cooler to the line with water and top with ice. Place the insulation disk on top of the ice and gently close the cooler lid. Allow up to five minutes for the water to cool before use. 

Step Two: Apply the Cuff

If better mobility is required, open the cuff straps and remove the cuff bars before inserting your hand. (See figure 1).

Aircast Hand/Wrist Cold Therapy Cryo/Cuff

Decide which thumb hole to use before positioning your hand into the cuff. (See figure 2). 

Aircast Hand/Wrist Cold Therapy Cryo/Cuff

Secure your hand into place using the straps provided, starting with the finger straps and working your way up the arm. (See figure 3).

Aircast Hand/Wrist Cold Therapy Cryo/Cuff

Step Three: Fill the Cuff

Connect the blue tube with the cooler. If using the standard Aircast Cold Therapy Cooler, open the air vent and raise the cooler approximately thirty-eight centimetres above the cuff.

Hold the cooler in place for about thirty seconds until the cuff is full of water and close the cooler air vent. Using the metal tab, disconnect the cooler from the cuff to allow uninterrupted treatment. 

Step Four: Rechill Water 

Reconnect the blue tube with the cuff and raise the cuff above the cooler to allow it to drain. Allow the water to chill for up to two minutes before raising the cooler to begin treatment. 

For more detailed information on the cuff and how to use it, please see the user manual below: 

How Long Can I Use the Cuff For?

You can use the cuff for up to two hours per treatment. It is recommended that you leave at least twenty minutes between each therapy session to allow for recovery. 

Can I Apply the Cuff Directly onto My Skin?

No, you must cover the affected area with a bandage or cloth to create a bridge between the skin and the cuff. It is vital that the skin does not come into contact with the cuff during treatment to avoid risk of skin burn. 

How Do I Clean the Cuff?

To clean, simply wash with soap and hot water before rinsing and leaving to air dry. This process can be used to clean the blue tube and cooler units also. 

Have Pain in Another Area of Your Body?

We offer a range of Aircast products that help treat symptoms of injury in a number of body areas. For a full comprehensive list of the products available, please see below: 

Returns Policy - This Item Is Not Returnable On Grounds Of Hygiene

This item is non-returnable and non-refundable on grounds of hygiene.

Please note, Health and Care is dedicated to maintaining the highest levels of hygiene for all of its products and for this reason this item is non-refundable and non-returnable if unsuitable or unwanted on grounds of hygiene.

If you have any questions regarding this returns policy, please contact our Health and Care Customer Care Team on 020 7720 2266 for further details.

Delivery - Free UK Mainland Delivery

Delivery is free of charge on all items at Health and Care when delivered to a mainland UK address.

This item is usually dispatched by Royal Mail or better.

This item is usually dispatched the same day when ordered before 2.00pm, Monday to Friday.

The delivery expectation of Royal Mail is 1 to 3 working days.

Please call our Health and Care Customer Care Team on 020 7720 2266 if you have any questions about the delivery of this item.

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