Cold One® Cold Compression
rotator cuff therapy treatment for your torn rotator
cuff stops pain and swelling while your shoulder
heals. Rotator cuff or shoulder injuries caused by
repetitive stressed shoulders or sports injuries are
common, painful, interrupt sleep, and can take a long
time to heal.
Cold One® is the premier cold compression therapy
wrap for a shoulder injury or torn rotator cuff. The
Cold One® shoulder cold wrap is made for the
individual or athlete whose motions cause repetitive
stress to the shoulder and rotator cuff by providing
Cold Compression to stop shoulder swelling,
inflammation and stop shoulder pain.
Inflammation is the result of the soft tissue
injury and the pain won't stop and the injury won't
heal until the inflammation is diminished. Each time
you feel pain in your shoulder, you are probably
slightly re-injuring yourself and increasing
inflammation. The Cold One® Shoulder Wrap
STOPS AND REMOVES INFLAMMATION the very
first time you wear it for only 10 minutes. Daily use
is recommended until the shoulder is completely pain
free and all range of motion has been restored. The
shoulder wrap can be frozen in a home refrigerator
freezer within 2 hours.
The Cold One® shoulder wrap is designed
specifically to provide torn rotator cuff therapy for
tennis shoulders, baseball pitcher's shoulders,
football, volleyball and swimmers who repeatedly
stress the shoulder muscles, and joints through
repetitive overhead activity involving the shoulder
The wrap provides icing and compression to:
- The front of the rib cage
- Over the upper chest
- Over the shoulder
- Down the upper back
- Around the upper bicep
shoulder ice wrap provides effective treatment of a
Chronic Torn Rotator Cuff, shoulder tendonitis, tendon
injuries, and shoulder impingements by applying
compressed cold to the painful and swollen areas and
aiding proper shoulder support.
Wearing the ColdOne®
shoulder wrap for at least 20 minutes before bed time
helps reduce pain causing sleeplessness.
The wrap does not immobilize shoulder movement but
aids in gentle motion to maintain mobility.
Relief of shoulder and rotator cuff pain starts
immediately, but torn rotator cuff therapy
treatment should continue for at least two weeks. As
pain subsides an exercise program for a torn rotator
cuff should be implemented and care taken not to
re-injure the shoulder. See your doctor or
chiropractor if the rotator cuff tear is severe.