If you are injured or have surgery scheduled and your doctor told you to buy an Aircast cryo cuff ice machine, then you are in the right place to buy anatomically designed cryo cuffs and an Aircast cooler. The cryo cuff knee, shoulder cryo cuff, cryo cuff ankle (aka cryo boot), and back cryo cuff are all adjustable with padded Velcro straps for the proper fit and effective therapy.
The Aircast cold therapy system uses ice to cool water that is then circulated to the cryocuff to reduce swelling after an injury, post surgery, or after an intense physical therapy session. There are two main Aircast cooler types: (1) the low cost gravity feed (i.e., water is exchanged with the cryo cuff by raising or lowering the cooler) and (2) the IC pump system (i.e., a small electric pump provides cold water recirculation). The cryo cuff IC also provides very gentle Intermittent Compression (IC), which has been clinically demonstrated to reduce swelling and improve healing times.
Each cuff is interchangeable with the cryo cuff cooler, meaning that one investment in the cryo cuff system for cooling will work for all Aircast cryocuffs, including the specialty cryo foot cuff for plantar fasciitis, cryo cuff for tennis elbow, and the hand-wrist cryocuff for tendonitis, all of which are available for purchase individually. Our top sellers are organized below with the complete Aircast cryo cuff IC pump packages in the first row and the corresponding gravity fed cooler packages immediately below for easy comparison.
You have enough to focus on during recovery and rehabilitation: buy the right tool for the job now and stop worrying about leaky ice packs and what to do with those leftover frozen peas!
Have questions about how to use an Aircast cryo cuff? Cryo cuff instructions are available on our site for your convenience and they will ship with each order.