Shoulder Brace Ice Pack
Adjustable shoulder brace with ice pack uses for soother shoulder area and reduce pain
Soothes Shoulder Affected Area
Shoulder support brace with ice pack helps reduce pain, stiffness & inflammation
Helps Decrease Swelling, Inflammation & Pain
Relaxes Stiffness, Improves Flexibility & Relieves Pain
Delivers Hot or Cold Therapy Deep Into The Muscle Tissue
Rotator cuff injuries, bursitis, tendonitis, Post-surgery recovery, strains and swelling, post-exercise recovery, before and after throwing routines.
It is more effective than any other conventional wraps. Our unique therapeutic device combines the benefits of cold or hot therapy with compression in a comfortable, conformable, easy to use support allowing tighter, targeted therapy surrounding treatment areas.
Use for either the left or right shoulder. The easy-to-apply body strap allows the user to easily move and walk while wearing the support during treatment. The circumferential compression secures the gel pack to the entire shoulder area – which typically is very difficult to fit with just a wrap.
Hot/Cold Gel Pack
Air Compression Body Wrap
Removable Air Pump
It's easy to use in any manner... cool in freezer or heat in microwave. Provides all over relief.
Gel packs can be used for hot or cold and are placed in the freezer or in hot water before use. A hot & cold wrap usually contain a gel pack or similar and are ideal for applying cold to specific areas as well as compression. If you have a whole joint injury such as an shoulder sprain or knee sprain which involves swelling of the entire joint then a knee wrap or shoulder wrap covering the entire joint will be most suitable as they will provide compression to help reduce swelling. If the injury does not involve swelling or is on a small area such as a single tendon then a simple ice pack or wrap will be suitable
When the shoulder joint moves, the humeral head (ball) comes out of the scapula (fossa), which is called shoulder instability. Symptoms include typical pain and occasional dislocation sensations. If the ball comes out of the socket completely, it is called dislocation. If a part of the ball comes out of the socket, it is called subluxation. Shoulder instability can be caused by trauma, such as rugby sports injuries or falls, or it can be caused by repeated pulling of the shoulder ligament to cause the ball to partially prolapse. Pathologically loose shoulders are at greater risk of shoulder instability than normal shoulders. Some people can arbitrarily dislocate or sublocate the shoulder joint by selectively contracting the muscles around the shoulder joint. These patients do not even have pain symptoms. The scapulae dysplasia of some people results in the normal shape and depth of the fossa. Instability of the shoulder joint usually occurs on the anterior side (prolapsed from the front), and only about 10% of them are backward (prolapsed from the rear). In the other 5-10% of cases, shoulder joint instability can occur in multiple directions, which is called shoulder multi-directional instability.
Most shoulder instability is caused by accidental trauma events such as falls or bumps during exercise. Arms often come out to the side when injured, but some people may not remember the exact position where the arms came out. At this point, the injured person may actually feel the shoulder joint prolapse, or just feel pain. It is not uncommon for the injured to feel a "dead arm," meaning that the patient's arm feels and loses motor function. The shoulder joint may be completely dislocated (completely dislocated) or partially dislocated (semi-dislocated). Sometimes the humeral head can return to the glenoid spontaneously, and some people reset it by hand to return the humeral head to the glenoid. If the shoulder joint is constantly dislocated, it is necessary to go to the emergency department to reset it with the help of a doctor. At this time, the reset is often completed under intravenous sedation, which can relax the muscles, so that the doctor can use gentle manipulation to reset.
Q: What about the lead time for mass production?
A: Honestly, it depends on the order quantity and the season you place the order. Always 45- 60days based on general order.
Q: We got less price from another company, would you please best their price?
A: We can not vouch for the quality of items or services you will receive from another company and therefore we don’t attempt to match or beat their prices. Our pricing is based on many factors, and we strive to price items fairly and competitively. We take great price in our quality product and services quality and hope that pricing is not the only thing that is essential to our customers when they make a purchase. “Gold is never sold at the price of silver but by putting it’s color on it”. So be careful when you get undue rock-bottom pricing.
Q: How does your factory do the quality control?
A: Quality is the priority, we always attach great importance to quality controlling from the very beginning to the very end. The skilful workers care every detail in handling the producing and packing processes.
Quality Control Department is specially responsible for quality checking in each process.
Q: How can I get a specific price about the product I want?
A: Our price based on material, quantity, size, color, logo, package ways, trading terms. The more details you provide, the more accurate price you will get, and of course, if some details you are not sure, you just tell us and we will provide our optional list for you selection.
Q: How can we buy from your factory?
A: Let us know the reference number of products in which you are interested or send us the picture. On receiving the inquiry our sales manager will contact immediately to serve you.
Q: How about your quality control?
Before placing order, we will send samples to you for testing if necessary.