Features of Shoulder Ice Pack
- Fully Flexible: Molds around painful areas when frozen
- High Freezing Point: Quickly reaches freezing temperature
- Stays Colder Longer: Maintains temperature longer for maximum therapeutic benefit
- Quality Materials: Non-toxic fill inside latex-free vinyl
- Durability: Can be used several times a day
Shoulder Ice Pack Fabric Cover Features
- Protects Skin: Fabric shields skin from hypothermia related tissue damage
- Insulated: Retains temperature longer
- Comfort: Plush fabric & foam cushion are soft & gentle on sensitive skin
- Protects Clothing: Prevents condensation from wetting clothes
- Machine-Washable: Fully removable to maintain freshness and appearance
Battle Creek Ice It Elastic Strap Features
- Hook & Loop: Fully detachable at both ends
- Stability: Provided by generous width
- Long Length: Provides virtually unlimited positioning options
- Compression: Adjusts for customized compression
- Hands-Free Usage: Allows you to maintain activity during cold therapy
What to buy with Ice Pack For Shoulder
When to use Ice Pack for Shoulder?
Shoulder Ice Pack is specifically designed for:
- Shoulder sprains
- Sore shoulder
FAQs About Shoulder Ice Pack
Which is better heat or ice for shoulder pain?
Ice wins to shut down swelling, inflammation, and pain early on whereas heat may actually make an injury worse. If you're dealing with lingering injuries (older than 6 weeks) then it's okay to use heat. The increased blood flow relaxes tight muscles and relieves aching joints.
How long should you leave the Shoulder Ice Pack on?
Always keep a cloth between your skin and the ice pack, and press firmly against all the curves of the affected area. Do not apply ice for longer than 15 to 20 minutes at a time, and do not fall asleep with the ice on your skin. Commercial cold packs are too heavy and bulky for use on or around the eye.
Is an Ice Pack good for shoulder pain?
Cold numbs the affected area, which can reduce pain and tenderness. Cold can also reduce swelling and inflammation.
Shoulder Ice Packs Review