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Aircast Cryo/Cuff
« on: January 05, 2007, 04:03:26 PM »
It's gone throu 3 knee surgeries, and let me tell you, althought the hospital I went to for my most recent knee surgery (Jan 3rd 07) gave me a breg polar cub one that pumped I still love my Aircast cryocuff because I find it keeps my knee colder longer and is much easier to get cold water into the cuff. I personally prefer it over any other type of ice therpy

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Re: Aircast Cryo/Cuff
« Reply #1 on: January 07, 2007, 03:59:48 PM »
gotta agree with you fawn...  Im a believer....
ACLR - (patellar BTB autograft) left knee - May 31, 2006
Partial Lateral Meniscectomy right knee Feb 20, 2008
Partial Lateral Meniscectomy right knee Aug 11, 2008

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Re: Aircast Cryo/Cuff
« Reply #2 on: January 20, 2007, 03:54:52 AM »
I just got my Cryo Cuff. Il love the very first sensation, when your knee gets fill up with Cold Water.

But I have quetsion to the users of this knee icing device.
Why after about 8-10 minutes cold temperature is gone?

I feel mine with isce cubes way to the top of the cooler and put water up to the line.
Are there is any trick to keep the water in the knee compress consistant cold.
So far I used ICe Pack Gel kind and works way better it holds good and cold my knee for 30 minutes.

Please I love to hear good news how to use it better, oterwise I might have to go back to my gel Ice pack pillow.
November 16th 06' Ropture ACL & Meniscus tear plying badminton turnament.
Nov. 24th MRI scan done.
Jan, 8th 07' ACLr & Meniscus repair using allograft & Ti Pin technique.