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Aircast Cryo/Cuffs Only

Aircast cryo/cuffs to be used with the Aircast Cooler

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Combining the therapeutic benefits of controlled compression and cold, the Aircast Cryo/Cuffs minimize hemarthrosis, swelling, and pain. The anatomically designed cuff provides complete coverage for optimum treatment.

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.

Click here to purchase cooler Aircast Cryo/Cuff Cooler

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
  • Expanded coverage with extra long strap


  • Trauma
  • Post-op
  • Rehabilitation

Shop our complete selection of Aircast products.

Description Size Circumference
Ankle Universal  
Back/Hip/Rib Universal  
Calf Universal 14"-20"
Elbow Universal  
Foot Medium 9"-13"
  Large 10"-17"
Hand/Wrist Universal  
Knee* Small 10"-19"
  Medium 18"-23"
  Large 20"-31"
Shoulder Universal 32"-48"
  X-Large 42"-54"
Thigh Large 17"-23"
  X-Large 20"-27"

* Knee Measurement is the leg circumference taken 6" above a patella

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Aircast Cryo/Cuffs Only reviews

Used the Aircast Pediatric Knee/Elbow Cryo/Cuff for several years now and it has been helpful in reducing the swelling on my childs knees and elbows. - REGomez
I used the knee cuff with the IC Cooler. It was very comfortable and made applying ice very easy and comfortable. It stayed in place for maximum coverage. I have just ordered the back cuff to for ease in iceing my back after chiropractor.. - Kathy
Used the ankle CryoCuff after my Achilles surgery, very effective application of cold therapy, highly recommended. - Donny
I've had surgery on both knees & the Aircast Cryo/Cuff with cooler works wonderfully. It stays in place, is easy to use and takes care of the swelling. I would highly recommend this product. - Val
it's the best product in the world! It provides tons of pain relief with ice/water option, love it so much, Thanks for making such a great Product - Derek

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  • From GRD at 6/3/10 5:44 PM
    • What is the best way to measure the knee for the correct size cryocuff?
    • take the circumference of your thigh 6' above the center of your knee.
  • From Marilyn Brooks at 6/14/10 9:51 PM
    • Will this cuff provide cold therapy coverage to the entire knee including the back portion of the knee? In other words will the cold therapy completely surround the entire knee?
    • Yes, the entire cuff will fill with water and completely surround the knee for maximum cryotherapy.
  • From Gary at 2/10/11 6:47 PM
    • There is a pin hole in the aircast boot. Is there anyway to patch?
    • At this time there are no recommended methods of patching a leaking Cryo Cuff, a replacement would be required.
  • From Brian at 3/23/12 1:19 PM
    • How do you empty the cuff?
    • Keep the cuff connected to the cooler, raise the cuff over the cooler, loosen or remove the lid and bleed the pad like a tube of toothpaste. Should you have any additional questions, please call 888-405-3251. Thanks.
  • From Kari Inness at 3/26/12 6:24 AM
    • Hello-

      I would like to clean the cuff portion of my CryoCuff. Please advise
      on what I can use to clean it. Thank you.

    • You can use mild soap and water to clean the cuff and cooler.

  • From Mike at 4/18/12 12:29 PM
    • I have a Cryo/Cuff Cooler that the valve that the hose attaches to is broken off of the cooler. Is that part available? Also, are the cuffs the same for the for both the motorized and non-motorized models?
    • The valve is not sold separate but the hose and the cuff's are. There is a 6 month warranty so if it's under warranty the manufacturer will replace it at no charge. Yes the cuffs for both units are the same.
  • From Phillip at 5/25/12 12:27 PM
    • I have a "Back/Hip/Rib Cryo/Cuff ".

      How do I clean it?

      I can't find any care instructions on the Aircast web-site.

      Thank you,

      Phillip Dickson

    • Hand wash with mild detergent and air dry.
  • From Kathy at 6/20/13 7:44 PM
    • I am a 5'4" female with small ankles weighing 122lbs. Should I order the pediatric ankle cuff? I have a complete rupture of my Achilles' tendon.
    • Hello Kathy,

      Pediatric Cuff is designed to treat ages 1-7yrs old. Shoe size is 1-4 for pediatric. I recommend the standard size unless you wear a size 4 and under.

      Thanks for contacting Donjoy.
  • From Carol at 6/27/13 8:17 PM
    • I already have the cooler from a previous surgery. However, the insulation disc has been misplaced. Is it possible to order a new disc. I also will have to order the universal shoulder cuff.
    • Hello,

      The cuffs are available for purchase. Please see the link below.

      Thanks for contacting Donjoy.
  • From Janet at 10/11/13 6:21 PM
    • Which cuff do you recommend to cover the heel for treatment of Sever's Disease?
    • Janet
      Thank you for contacting product support. The ankle cuff will cover the heel.
  • From Linda at 10/18/13 8:28 PM
    • Will the ankle cuff work for bunionectomy? Does the ice water go all the way down the foot area? I am debating between it and the foot cuff.
    • Linda
      Thank you for contacting product support. You would want to go with the foot cutt, the ankle does not come down all the way to the toe area.
  • From Jack at 1/19/14 11:30 AM
    • I want to ice foot for a chronic bad ankle and also for plantar fasciatis. Will the ankle cuff for both?
    • Jack
      Yes that should cover both
  • From Victoria at 4/6/14 6:18 PM
    • Do you offer a right and left ankle cuff? I see no mention of that when I am looking to place an order. On another site they make mention of left / right?

      Thank you.
    • They are universal
  • From Diana at 4/18/14 4:07 PM
    • What is the maximum diameter of the back/rib/hip cuff? Thanks.
    • Diana
      The dimentions of the Back/Hip/Rib Cuff are 10.3" x7.6"
  • From Russ at 7/24/14 7:02 AM
    • I'm a big guy and the cuff for back/hip is not large enough for me. I wea. 3XL t-shirts. Can you tell me how I can get a larger cuff for my back and hips.
    • Russ
      Unfortunatly that back /hip pad is the only one we have for this unit and it is 10" x8". We do have some other options the Durasoft Back wrap or we do have another cryotherapy unit called the IceMan clear 3 this is a prescription only product, and you can ge the unit with the XL Universal pad. To order you print out the order form, take toyour physician for him to sign then when choosing a pad write in that you need the XL Universal pad P/n 11-0681-9-00000
  • From Candice at 10/8/14 6:59 AM
    • What is the maximum size waist that the back/hip/rib cuff will fit?
    • 45"
  • From Mike at 10/29/14 6:35 PM
  • From JOHN at 1/11/15 3:45 PM
    • I have had a aircast cryo/cuf for shoulder since 2 surgeries about 6 yr. ago. Since then I have let others In my area use it after their surgeries. A friend is having rotator surgery on Tuesday. Motor pumps but I cannot get water into the cuff. I have water at the disconnect but cannot get it to enter the cuff. It appears that tubing was not sanitized by last user. Looks like black bacteria in tubing. I've even tried air compressor to get something into cuff but no luck. ANY SUGGESTIONS?
    • John
      You will need to order a new tube assembly and/ or a new pad. It depends on where the mold is located, but it sounds like the tube assembly

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