Air Compression Cold Hot Shoulder Support

Air Compression Cold Hot Shoulder Support

Air Compression Cold Hot Shoulder brace uses for soothes shoulder affected area
Air compression cold hot shoulder wrap uses for helps reduce pain, stiffness & inflammation
Heat therapy can help decrease swelling, inflammation & pain
Cold therapy relaxes stiffness, improves flexibility & relieves Pain
Compression therapy delivers hot or cold therapy deep into the muscle tissue

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Air Compression Cold Hot Shoulder Support


Air Compression Cold Hot Shoulder brace uses for soothes shoulder affected area

Air compression cold hot shoulder wrap uses for helps reduce pain, stiffness & inflammation

Heat therapy can help decrease swelling, inflammation & pain

Cold therapy relaxes stiffness, improves flexibility & relieves Pain

Compression therapy 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 for soother shoulder area and reduce pain 

Cold & Hot compression shoulder support 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.

It can be used 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

Size: Universal


The rotator cuff is the abbreviation of the shoulder joint rotation sleeve. The subscapularis, superior ganglia, subganglia, and small round muscles cover the front, upper, and rear of the shoulder joint like a sleeve, and wrap around the humerus head. Rotator cuff. " The rotator cuff injury will seriously affect the movement function of the upper limb in all directions, especially the abduction function, because generally more than 90% of the rotator cuff injury is the superior ganglia tendon.

Most young people's rotator cuff injuries are caused by trauma. When they fall, their hands are abducted to the ground or their shoulders are abducted and abducted. The rotator cuff tissue of middle-aged and elderly patients is degraded due to long-term impact and wear under the acromion. The disease often occurs in repetitive exercises that require extreme abduction of the shoulder joint (such as baseball, backstroke and butterfly stroke, weightlifting, racket exercise). The main clinical manifestations of rotator cuff injury are: shoulder pain, weakness of the shoulder joint, and limited active movement of the shoulder joint. The most typical pain is nocturnal pain in the neck and shoulders and limited lifting (the movement of the affected limb being held higher than the top of the head), sometimes accompanied by radiation pain to the neck and upper limbs. Shoulder joint weakness can include abduction weakness, weakness in lifting, or weakness in extension. When the rotator cuff is partially torn, the patient can still abduct the upper arm, but there is a pain arc of 60 ° to 120 °. Due to pain and weakness, active shoulder motion is limited, but passive motion is usually not significantly limited. Of course, if the rotator cuff is injured for a long time, the passive movement of the shoulder joint may also be limited after a long period of inactivity.

The rotator cuff is injured, but the lifting function of the shoulder joint is basically normal, and there is no pain. Generally, surgery is temporarily unnecessary. Studies have found that approximately 50% of people over the age of 50 have varying degrees of rotator cuff injury, but these people do not feel shoulder discomfort or motor dysfunction. Patients with rotator cuff injuries who have pain but have only mild functional limitations can consider using our products for conservative treatment for a period of time, and periodically review the MRI. If the rotator cuff tear continues to increase, it should be treated surgically.


Frozen shoulder is a common joint disease that bothers everyone. If the biceps brachialis tendinitis is not treated in time, it can easily cause periarthritis of the shoulder. Biceps biceps tendonitis is one of the important causes of shoulder pain, which is often misdiagnosed as "periarthritis of the shoulder" in the clinic.

How does biceps long head tendinitis occur?

1. The longest tendon of the biceps brachii tendon is the place where the tendon has a 90 ° turn, just like a rope stuck on a cliff. If a pinch occurs, the place will be most stressed.

2. The posterior joint capsule of the glenohumeral joint is over-tightened, which causes the humeral head to move forward toward the beak and shoulder arch. The most common one in life is a long-handed cross-body bag.

3. Inflammation and swelling of other soft tissues below the acromion. We know that the soft tissues in the subacromial space are mainly the supraspinalis tendon, the acromicular bursa, and the biceps long head tendon. When the suprascapular tendon and bursal inflammation and edema are caused by other reasons, the subacromial space becomes Small, the biceps long tendon tends to get stuck when it moves, eventually causing all the soft tissues in the subacromial space to be affected.

4. Abnormal shape of acromion or beak-shoulder arch. The abnormal bone structure variation directly leads to the narrowness of the subacromial space. When the shoulder joint is active, the biceps brachii longus tendon is directly caught.

5. Osteophyte is formed around the acromioclavicular joint. Due to the long-term acromioclavicular joint instability, abnormally proliferated osteophytes appeared, which accelerated the wear and compression of the long head of the biceps brachii.

6. Generalized shoulder movement rhythms and movement patterns are disordered. Broadly defined shoulder joints include sternoclavicular joints, acromioclavicular joints, glenohumeral joints, scapular thorax joints, etc. Good joints of these joints are a prerequisite for normal shoulder movement. When the corresponding muscles are too tense, weak, or control problems occur, The linkage mechanism will be broken, and a simple increase in the movement of the brachial joint will cause wear of the long head of the biceps brachii.

7. Changes in the position of the scapula. Although the scapula is as thin as a cicada, it has important functions, especially its position. When its relationship with the surrounding bones, joints, and muscles is normal, the shoulder joint can move normally. The change in its relationship is affected by many factors. Various reasons, such as the strength and synergy of the surrounding muscles, daily "lazy, loose" postures, and congenital or acquired lower limb biomechanical disorders, can change its position, thereby increasing the glenohumeral joint's range of motion too much. Wear of the long head of the biceps occurs.

8. Instability of glenohumeral joint. In addition to the stability of the glenohumeral joint, in addition to the position of the scapula, another important factor is the strength of the rotator cuff muscle group. The rotator cuff muscle group firmly fixes the humeral head to the glenoid like a cuff. Transverse muscles. If the transverse muscles have insufficient strength, more work needs to be done to the longitudinal muscles such as the biceps brachii, deltoid muscle, and triceps brachii to ensure the stability of the glenohumeral joint, and strain will gradually occur.

Therefore, biceps tendonitis is not a simple disease, it may be caused by many reasons.

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A: Our quality warranty period is one year. Any quality problem will be solved to customer satisfactions. 


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