Medical References

The benefits of compression and cryotherapy and are well-known and has been documented in a number of studies.

Cryo-cuff for control of post-operative pain.

Karlsson J, Rydgren B, Eriksson BI, Järvholm U, Lundin O, Swärd I. Cryo-cuff for control of post-operative pain. Scandinavian J Med Sci Sports 1994: 4: 279

IceBand knee brace towards rapid rehabilitation in post-operative total knee replacements: A prospective trial.

Jafri M, Ahmad A, Nunag P. IceBand knee brace towards rapid rehabilitation in post-operative total knee replacements: A prospective trial. Case Reports in Surgery and Invasive Procedures. 2017.

The role of cold compression dressing in the postoperative treatment of the total knee arthroplasty Clin.

Levy A, Marmar F., The role of cold compression dressing in the postoperative treatment of the total knee arthroplasty Clin. Ortho.Rel.Res. 1993: 174-8

Cold compressive dressing after total knee arthroplasty.

Healy W, Seidman J, Pfeifer B, Brown D. Cold compressive dressing after total knee arthroplasty

Local use of ice after orthopaedic procedures.

Schaubel H. Local use of ice after orthopaedic procedures Am J Surg 1946: 72: 771-14

The use of cold and superficial heat in the treatment of soft tissue injuries.

McLean D. The use of cold and superficial heat in the treatment of soft tissue injuries. Br J Sports Med 1989: 23: 53-4

Acute soft tissue injuries.

Kellet J. Acute soft tissue injuries. A review of the literature Med Sci Sports Exerc 1986. 18: 489-500

Comparison of blood flow in the ankle of uninjured subjects during therapeutic application of heat, cold and exercise. 

Knight K., Londeree Br. Comparison of blood flow in the ankle of uninjured subjects during therapeutic application of heat, cold and exercise. Med Sci Sports Exerc 1980. 12 76-80

Laboratory evaluation of various cold therapy modalities.

McMaster WC, Liddle S, Waugh Tr. Laboratory evaluation of various cold therapy modalities. Am J Sports Med 1978: 6: 291-4