What is the Hyperice Knee Brace Ice Compression Device?
The Hyperice cold therapy system is an innovative application device created to ensure optimal ice treatment on the move, sub-zero compression without limitation. Utilising cutting-edge technology and integrating state-of-the-art design, the portable Hyperice body wrap combines the power of two perfectly engineered components to create a simple, yet truly amazing arctic delivery technique that will revolutionise injury treatment.
How does Hyperice Technology work?
The Hyperice Air Cell helps to harness the therapeutic powers of ‘real ice’ to reduce tissue temperature fast and remove heat quickly, kick-starting the body’s own healing response. The system incorporates two patented technologies to provide function without compromise. The Hyperice ‘Air Release Valve System’ facilitates the extraction of air to form evenly distributed compression while the ‘Ultra-Thin Cell Skin’ delivers outstanding performance with its rapid cooling transfer capabilities.
The Hyperice Compression Wrap has been tailored to conform to the contours of the body and designed to ensure a uniform and functional fit optimising the ice treatment system. Manufactured from premium grade neoprene the multi-directional strapping system can be applied to any part of the wrap using a simple ‘hook’ mechanism which will not fray the surface of the belt making it simple to adjust and alter tension.
The Hyperice Knee Compression Wrap
The Hyperice Knee Wrap can be easily adjusted to target painful areas of the lower leg providing fast-acting pain-relief for aching shin and problematic calf injuries. Lightweight and flexible this compression support is simple and easy to use with a wide opening ice application spout and water seal resistant fastening to guarantee leak-free application. This practical wrap offers a convenient solution to icing on the move and can be incorporated quickly and effectively into any injury treatment programme regardless of the environment. The Hyperice Knee Strap is perfect for :
- Knee Ligament Strains and Tears including – ACL / PCL / MCL / LCL
- Meniscus and Cartilage Damage
- Patella Tendonitis (Jumpers Knee) and Iliotibial Band Friction (Runners Knee)
- Shin Splints and Calf Strain