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The Ankle Cryo/Cuff combines the therapeutic benefits of controlled compression to minimize hemarthrosis and swelling, and cold to minimize pain. The cuff is anatomically designed to completely fit the ankle providing maximum cryotherapy. The Ankle Cryo/Cuff is one-size for adults and is also available in a pediatric size. Includes ankle cryo/cuff and cooler.
All Cryo/Cuffs can be ordered as a single cuff, or with a cooler (including a tube assembly and insulation disk). The Cooler is available separately and can be used with any model in the Cryo/Cuff line.
When the AutoChill system is used with the Ankle Cryo/Cuff it should only be used in a medical facility or clinical environment with direct healthcare provider supervision. NON-MOTORIZED
Product features and benefits
- Anatomic cuff design for complete coverage of affected area
- Measured compression for patient comfort
- Controlled cold eliminates the risk of tissue damage
- Detachable cooler allows for uninterrupted treatment
- Sizes for both adult and pediatric patients
- Acute sprain
- Post-op ankle and foot surgery
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Aircast Ankle Cryo/Cuff w/Cooler reviews
Questions on Aircast Ankle Cryo/Cuff w/Cooler
- From Jim at 9/15/10 10:29 AM
- Can I purchase just the boot? I already have your product when I had back surgery.
- Hello Jim,
You can purchase the Aircast Cryo/Cuffs Only by following this link:
- From Michelle at 7/29/11 8:20 PM
- Does this cuff provide cold therapy to the entire foot area? I am recovering from a 5th metatarsal injury and want to make sure it provides cold therapy to this area. Thanks.
- Yes this cuff will provide cold therapy to the foot and ankle.
- From Marty at 7/17/12 10:17 AM
- How to I empty water from the cuff?
Keep the blue hose connected, and lower the cooler below the level of the cuff. Gravity will drain it back into the cooler.
- From JIm at 6/28/13 11:02 AM
- am i able to use this with a aircast waling boot
- Hello Jim,
Yes, you can take your boot off, and use the cryo-cuff.
Thanks for Contacting Donjoy.
- From melissa at 8/12/13 9:58 PM
- Can the cuff be used over a splint or cast?
- Hello Melissa,
I don't believe you will feel all cold through a Cast or Splint. The Cuff should be applied to the injured body part with a thin layer of clothing between the cuff and the skin.
Thanks for Contacting Donjoy.
- From Sue at 10/26/13 10:58 AM
- Please provide bottom length of foot portion of cuff. I need it for my toes also. Thanks
- The Ankle Cryo/Cuff is designed to be a one-size fits most in adult and pediatric sizes. The adult size has the following dimensions:
11.5” in length
4.5” wide (front portion)
2.5” wide (back portion)
- From Walter DeVoe at 11/17/13 12:10 PM
- The coolers that require a prescription, are the covered by medicare, United Health Care, or Tricare.
Thank you for contacting product support. Most insurances do not cover cryotherapy but you can call your insurance and ask. If they do cover it you can contact your local DonJoy rep from our website djoglobal.com
- From Mark Morazes at 12/23/13 11:58 AM
- When using the electric pump it seems to over fill the cuff creating painful pressure is there a way to control or reduce that
- Thank you for your question. To reduce the pressure in the cuff, make sure the cooler is level with the cuff prior to plugging in the unit. You must also make sure to always apply the cuff empty. Also when filling the cuff, the height in which you hold the cooler will have an effect on the pressure applied during the treatment. To lessen the amount of pressure during treatment old the cooler at a lower height above the cuff (suggested height is 12"-15").
If you have any further question, you can call the product support lilne at 888.504.3251.
- From Pete at 6/19/14 1:01 PM
- Does coverage include the bottom and back of the heal area?
Tha ankle cuff is like a little boot so it covers the entire foot, heel to toes