Recover Faster With the Recover Ready Pulse Compression Cold Therapy Machine by Omni Ice
The Recover Ready Ice Machine is an industrial-strength compressive cold therapy machine designed for the weekend warrior or the patient who is recovering from surgery.
The Recover Ready Ice Machine was designed by orthopedic surgeons with the recovering patient in mind. The Recover Ready Ice machine was designed to be your Cold Hero during your recovery.
The Recover Ready Ice Machine gently circulates water, cooled by ice, through an insulated hose to a patent-pending anatomic pad to the afflicted body part. Combining cold and compression is the gold standard your body is looking for while recovering.
You can choose between 3 cycle lengths (20, 40, 60 minutes) and 3 cycle strengths (low, medium, and high).
Check with your doctor which cycle is best for you.
- A highly portable machine which means while you are recovering, it can move with you--not against you.
- Settings of High, Medium and Low allow you to dial in the exact compression you need along with the 20, 40, 60-minute session lengths
- Affordable when compared to renting or buying competing cold therapy units.
- It provides active compression which almost all other cold therapy units do not provide.
- The digital dashboard gives you the peace of mind that you are receiving a therapeutic amount of cold therapy during a time-frame that is best suited for your body.
- An industry-leading 1-year ice machine and pad warranty which gives you the confidence to purchase and know you will receive great value from the device.
Ease of Use
- Add water to at least the "Water min" line in the cooler.
- Add ice cubes up to but not past the "Ice Max" line in the cooler.
- Shut lid.
- Plug-in power cord
- Hold the power button in for 3 seconds.
- Choose a compression setting of Low, Medium or High.
- Choose a time setting: 20 minutes, 40 minutes, or 60 minutes.
How often do I use this?
The final decision on usage belongs to your physician, but we find the most common usage is 20 minutes on/20 off. Use low compression immediately after surgery until sutures have set, usually a full week. Again- refer to your physician, but after the first-week switch to medium or high, whatever feels better to you.
How do I get the water out of the wrap?
With the unit powered down and the wrap still connected to the machine, raise it in the air above the machine and squeeze. The water will drain from the wrap back into the reservoir. The hose has one-way valves on either end, so water will not drain if the hose is not attached to the machine. Remember it is not necessary to drain the wrap after every use.
How much ice?
Nothing is colder than ice. For best pain relief, it's important to keep the ice and temperatures in the low 30-degree range. You can use crushed or bagged ice, or we suggest freezing multiple small (7 ounces) water bottles. The reservoir will hold 4-5 frozen bottles, and as they thaw, replace them with frozen bottles in your freezer. This will give you the best pain relief and be most convenient for you.
Where is the skin barrier?
Some cold machines require a skin barrier to protect against frostbite. We anticipated this and built the barrier into our wrap- it is specifically designed to provide the best pain relief levels without endangering the skin. Even though there is a built-in barrier, DO NOT put it directly on your skin. You still need to have a barrier for your protection.
Is it running?
We designed this to be extremely quiet. It also may take several pumping cycles to feel the full effect at low compression. If you are worried it's not working- put your hand on the machine and count 30. You should feel it vibrate intermittently, which means it is pumping. Always make sure there is enough water in the reservoir as well. If you feel no vibration and the screen won't light, call us: (704) 336-9374
How do I clean the unit properly?
Gently wipe the external surfaces and reservoir interior with Lysol wipes or a similar product. Take care of the hook portion of the wrap, keeping it clear of lint or pet hair for the longest use. If you will be storing unit for more than a week, wipe down, dry with a towel removing as much water as you can. Store flat to avoid pooling in one location of the wrap.
Disclaimer - Caution, Warnings, and Requirements
By placing your order, you acknowledge the following:
Cryotherapy should not be used by persons with Diabetes, Raynaud's or other vasospastic diseases, cold hypersensitivity, or compromised local circulation. Please consult with your healthcare provider.
You must agree with the statement below before purchasing this product:
NEVER HAVE DIRECT SKIN CONTACT WITH ANY OF THE COLD THERAPY PADS.
Warranty And Return Information:
Due to the medical nature of this product, we cannot accept returns once the product has been shipped unless defective and covered under the manufacturer's warranty.
If you have questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we would be happy to assist you. Call us at (844) 505-8144 Mon-Fri 9am-4pm.
After a surgical procedure, your medical team may encourage you to utilize cold therapy to help you recover. The use of cold treatments is a proven addition to many recovery plans that may be used in conjunction with other supportive therapeutics. Convenient and easy to use at home, these portable therapy machines are often used to reduce post-surgical pain and allow for a more comfortable recovery period. Let’s look at how cold therapy works and the seven devices we recommend that utilize this innovative and effective therapy.
How Cold Therapy Works
Ice has long been understood to be an effective tool in treating sudden, acute injuries to help reduce swelling and pain. The practice of rest, ice, compression and elevation (R.I.C.E.) has become standard when treating injuries, and the use of cold therapies has extended to surgical recovery. The use of therapy machines has integrated the effectiveness of using icy cold water with the convenience of a wrap, cuff or another mechanism to deliver a consistently cold temperature to the affected area. These devices come in different shapes and styles along with related accessories tailored to maximize the health benefits for specific areas of the body. Some of the demonstrated effects of using cold therapies are:
- Reduced pain
- Reduced swelling and inflammation
- Soothed muscles
- Improved sleep quality
- Improved immune function
- Faster metabolism
The 7 Most Popular Machines
Perfect for post-operative care as well as for helping with chronic pain and physical therapy, the Breg Polar Care Cube is a compact system that provides 6-8 hours of care with the addition of ice and water. The Breg Polar Care Cube circulates the icy water into the Wrap-On Polar Pads which are wrapped onto the treatment location. These are secured with the included elastic straps so you can be confident the device will stay in place for the duration of the treatment time. This device is simple to use making it easy to see why it is a best seller.
A step up from the Breg Polar Care Cube, the Breg Kodiak Wave combines icy therapy treatment with compression pads to bring increased relief to users. This machine includes compression pads with variable controls so users can customize the compression strength as well as the levels of cold for the treatment. Breg offers accessories that are compatible with the device to personalize further the treatments for the knee, shoulder, foot/ankle, back, and hip as well as a universal pad. Another easy-to-use device, the Breg Polar Care Wave works in conjunction with ice and water and ice freeze bags are available for this machine to fit to make cooling it even easier. This device is an excellent addition to surgical recovery plans since it is designed to not only reduce pain but also minimize edema.
Another of the most popular therapeutic devices is the Breg Polar Care Kodiak. This machine is the only battery-operated device on the market making it convenient and easy to use in any situation. Used with one of Breg’s Intelli-Flo pads as a barrier between the cooling mechanism and the body, the Breg Polar Care Kodiak machine will cool for 6-8 hours with the addition of ice and water. The Kodiak Battery pack powers this machine for 10-14 hours, adding to the portability and usability of the device. This device is an excellent choice for those who don’t want their therapy needs to disrupt their lives since the Breg Polar Care Kodiak can be used at home, at work or in almost any location with the use of the battery pack.
The CryoCuff compression wraps are part of the cooling system from Aircast that can be used with Aircast’s motorized Cooler as well as the Aircast Gravity system. The well-insulated system that comes with the Aircast CryoCuff IC ensures that the cuffs, circulating icy water to the covered areas, will stay chilled for hours of relief. The detachable cooler makes the CryoCuff IC system convenient and comfortable. The compression provided by the CryoCuff as well as the levels of cold are both controllable, making this system perfect for all levels of support and therapy needed, from just starting to the completion of therapy. The foot, knee, thigh and should cuffs that are used with this machine come in multiple sizing options to customize the fit and improve therapeutic outcomes. Ideal for rehabbing, the Aircast CryoCuff IC helps to reduce swelling and discomfort in targeted areas.
The DonJoy® IceMan Clear3 w/ Wrap-On Pads is a cooling machine featuring a visible ice and water storage location that helps users keep track of their system’s cooling potential at all times. The Donjoy Clear3 cold therapy cooler and pump system are very compact, making it a highly convenient choice for those who need to use cold therapies at home. DonJoy’s patented recirculation system with dual pumps means that the water’s temperature will stay consistently accurate. This device is also very versatile and works well for almost any injury since the wrap pads and sterile dressing pads can be configured for almost any area and for a user of any size. Following DonJoy’s mission to “keep people moving,” the DonJoy Clear3 is the perfect choice for post-surgical and rehab recovery plans.
The Donjoy Classic3 also utilizes the company’s patented dual circulation system, so users can be sure that the water from the Donjoy Classic3 Cold Therapy Cooler will stay consistently cold and at the temperature they need. This machine works with sterile and non-sterile dressings, making it a good option for those needing cold therapies at home during post-surgical recovery. The large, oversized shoulder wrap works well for most sizes and the large rectangular wrap can assist with lower back cold therapy treatment. Smaller pads can be used for wrist or even foot therapy treatment, making the Donjoy Classic3 highly versatile.
This gravity cooling system is highly convenient and easy to use for pressure and cold therapy treatments. The cuff can be easily utilized on wrists, shoulders, knees or other areas of the body that will benefit from Aircast’s pneumatic compression technology combined with icy treatment as it fills with cold water filled from the portable, detachable Aircast Cold Therapy Cooler. The filled Aircast Gravity Cooler System + CryoCuffs provide support for the recovering area while the highly portable device allows for complete mobility for the user once the cuff is detached from the cooler. This targeted device is ideal for at-home surgical recovery and the included Velcro straps help to secure anatomically specific pads easily with minimal outside help. The cuffs are available for knee, ankle, foot, shoulder, hip, elbow, and wrist as well as pediatric sizing. With its controlled cold and adjustable comfort levels, this machine is often used for knee recovery since it can assist with pain and swelling reduction and minimize hemarthrosis.
Effective At-Home Cold Therapy
Many recovery plans call for therapeutics that will decrease pain and enhance healing so medical teams often encourage the use of cold therapy machines that can be used in the comfort of your own home. Finding the best cooling system to use for cold therapies you can complete at home is key to a fast and successful recovery from a recent surgery like total knee replacement, hip replacement, or back, shoulder or ankle repairs. If your doctor has recommended adding cold water therapy to your recovery regimen, picking one that works for your lifestyle can help you get back on your feet faster and feel less pain in the process.
Supply Physical Therapy Can Help
SupplyPT offers a selection of the most popular machines for the at-home care you need. Using these devices, with the support and direction of your medical team, supports your recovery through a decrease in pain and swelling and allows you to return to comfort and strength faster. Our expertise in physical therapy devices can help you find the right machine for your needs and help you get on the road to recovery right from home. Not only can you find the right machine, but you can also choose the best pad, wrap, sterile pads and support accessories to work with the cooling device so that your therapy will be precisely what your body and your recovery require. Don’t leave your rehab and recovery therapy to a no-name brand when the top brands in therapy devices like Aircast, Donjoy and Breg all have proven success in helping people return to health through the use of cold therapies. Put your trust in proven names that can back up their devices with years of experience helping people recover post-surgery with their popular and easy-to-use therapeutic devices.
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