Specialists in ICE Therapy

Cold therapy is routinely used in the immediate management of acute soft tissue injuries, from sprains and strains to bruises.

Cold application decreases bleeding, swelling, pain, and disability.Cold therapy is also used to improve recovery time as part of the rehabilitation program for the treatment of both acute and chronic injuries.

Cold therapy can aid tissue recovery after trauma, providing pain relief by decreased nerve conduction, and decreased swelling by contraction of blood vessels.

Various cooling procedures have been used to apply cold to injured areas when actual ice is not available or inconvenient to use, such as ice packs, frozen gel packs, and vapour coolants.