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Knee Pain Relief & Treatment

Whether you suffer from an acute injury like an acl tear or a chronic condition like osteoarthritis, people who suffer from knee pain are actively seeking relief from the discomfort. No matter the severity of the injury, pain in the knee can impact every aspect of day-to-day living. Fortunately, there are a variety of knee pain relief and treatment options available that can help in treating knee pain and reducing discomfort.


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Recognizing that each knee injury or condition requires special treatment, we want to take this opportunity to introduce Aircast’s Cryo/Cuff therapy as a treatment that will help almost all forms of knee pain.

Treating knee pain with Cryo/Cuff therapy combines localized compression with cold therapy, which enables you to better control of swelling, edema, hematoma, hemarthrosis, and the pain that is associated with these conditions. What makes the Aircast Cryo/Cuff line unique against other cold therapy products is it combines compression with cold therapy – two proven tactics for treating knee pain and relief from discomfort.

If you’ve tried ice packs or other methods of cold therapy in an attempt to reduce the discomfort in your knee, you’ll appreciate the simplicity of the Aircast Cryo/Cuff products for knee pain relief. The anatomic cuff design provides complete coverage of the knee area. That means the cold and compression is isolated to the area that needs it most and you don’t have to unnecessarily chill the rest of your leg in an attempt to soothe your knee. Another advantage of the Aircast Cryo/Cuff line is you have the opportunity purchase a motorized cooler that mixes chilled water inside the cuff while you are wearing it and maintains pressure.

If you’re not sure of the cause of your pain, we highly recommend you see your general practitioner, orthopedist, or physical therapist so that your condition may be properly diagnosed. Once a medical professional has diagnosed your condition they will also be your best source for providing suggestions for knee pain treatment.


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