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Cold Therapy causes the blood vessels to constrict which can help minimise soft tissue damage, after an injury has occurred. Cold Therapy for aches and pains in muscles and joints is well established and recommended by sports physiotherapists and health professionals.

Pain is the body’s number one warning that something is wrong. You can experience it right away, like when you sprain your wrist (acute) or it can develop over time (chronic) like when your legs do not recover after a hard workout.

Cold Therapy is effective for:
 Muscular Aches or Pain
 Mild Arthritic Pain
 Sports Injuries
 Sprains or Strains

What's more, applying cold can also help alleviate the pain associated with Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) which can occur 24-48 hours after exercise.

How you treat an injury can help you reduce and manage your pain. P.R.I.C.E.R. is a way for you to remember what to do if you get injured. The letters stand for Protect, Rest, Ice, Compress, Elevate and Refer. When you have a sprain to your ligaments, strain to your muscles or bangs that cause bruises follow these simple instructions to help reduce the swelling: