Equine ICE 3 in 1 Compression Wrap
Equine ICE 3 in 1 Hock, Hoof and Knee Compression Wrap by Cold One®
One ICE Wrap for 3 treatment areas for your Horse!
Compression and ICE Wrap to provide Relief and Comfort from swelling, tendonitis, bruises, bowed tendons, wind puffs, laminitus, and connective tissue damage. Sold in Pairs
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Equine ICE 3-in-1 ICE Compression Therapy
Treat Horse Hock, Hoof and Knee with 1 Equine ICE 3-in-1 Wrap!
- Reduce swelling
- Remove inflammation
- Stop pain.
Horse owners and trainers have long known the value of cold therapy and its value in reducing inflammation and controlling pain. In response to injury, tissues release a variety of chemicals and vasoactive substances (cytokins, prostaglandins, leukotines) that produce a cascade effect of reactions, ultimately resulting in localized swelling, heat and pain. Applying cold therapy to a tissue injury, limits the inflammatory response by causing the blood vessels to constrict (vasoconstriction). This limits the blood flow to the injured site, moderating the release of the vasoactive substances and thus minimizes the pain and swelling in the afflicted area. Equine ICE Therapy is critical to the health and care of your horse’s legs, hocks and hooves, and is a superior therapy in keeping muscles, ligaments, tendons and connective tissue healthy.
Applying cold therapy after an acute injury helps to ease pain. Cold slows the conduction rate of sensory receptors; therefore fewer numbers of pain messages are received and processed. After a tissue injury, there is an immediate chemical reaction at the cellular level. This reaction releases prostaglandins and histamines in the injured area. Damaged capillaries “leak” cellular waste (water, dissolved electrolytes and proteins) into the surrounding tissue.The body sends leukocytes or scavenger cells into the area to remove damaged tissue or to kill bacteria that may be present. Once this process starts, significant amounts of fluid build in intercellular spaces causing “edema,” or swelling.
- Outer layer :Nitrogen blown neoprene to provide compression to reduce swelling and drive the cold deep into tissue.
- Middle Layer: Sewn-in ICE gels to provide 15 to 20 minutes of “ice cold” which is the optimum amount of icing recommended by veterinarians.
- Inner Layer: Rubberized linen to prevent cryo shock to the skin.
- Fully Adjustable for perfect fit and maximum coverage.
Apply the Equine ICE Cold Compression therapy wraps after:
- cross-country running
- horse showing event
Treatment with ICE compression wraps helps reduce pain, swelling and inflammation, reduces muscle damage and reduces heat.
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“Rest and anti-inflammatory measures are important in the early treatment of ringbone or with a flare-up of a previously diagnosed ringbone. Your vet may recommend a short course of phenylbutazone or another anti-inflammatory to get quick control, but you should also use ice or cold-water hosing, two or more times daily, for a minimum of 20 minutes each time, for local cooling. ” Perfect Horse Magazine